Little Dragons is going to air somewhere in 2023. It's gonna be a long ride, so I'm currently building up material to give myself a head start. Because, as you know, I like to update twice a week and always try my utmost to prevent any hiatus.
This story is about high school students struggling with the whole coming of age thing, and themselves. One of the storylines is significantly darker than the other, so I'll try to periodically alternate between them to try not to depress you too much, but be aware this is not a mere fluffy romance story.
Little Dragons plays out in Eindhoven, the Netherlands in current times. As we are a typical Western-European country, I don't think I'll need to explain anything about the setting for you to understand the characters. Yet, I am going to give you some sidenotes I'll call Dutchclaimers. For educational purposes, and because it's fun. For me, specifically. :-)
Ravi should have been like his brother Jamie: athletic, easygoing, optimistic, popular and, above all: happy. He is none of these things. He's stuck as the gay class pariah, even though he never even came out and the school is supposed to be woke as shit. Ravi gets it though. If he were any of his hot classmates, he wouldn't want to befriend him either.
Little Dragons describes the stories of two completely dissimilar classmates. Yet, the events that unfold in either of their lives will eventually and inevitably bring them together in an unexpected way.
Trigger warnings: bullying, mental illness, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts, light torture and a whole lot of (mostly consensual) sexual behaviors and thoughts. Most chapters will be marked mature for these reasons. Please read at your own discretion.