Desert Dropping

Desert Dropping Rory s mom just died and soon after the funeral his life is turned upside down when he finds out that his mom has contacted the father that he never knew Now he s forced to live in the desert with a

  • Title: Desert Dropping
  • Author: DomLuka
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Online Fiction
  • Rory s mom just died and soon after the funeral his life is turned upside down when he finds out that his mom has contacted the father that he never knew Now, he s forced to live in the desert with a family he doesn t know, a father he doesn t want to know, and to top it all off, Rory s gay and no longer has anyone to confide in Friends will be made and the meaning of faRory s mom just died and soon after the funeral his life is turned upside down when he finds out that his mom has contacted the father that he never knew Now, he s forced to live in the desert with a family he doesn t know, a father he doesn t want to know, and to top it all off, Rory s gay and no longer has anyone to confide in Friends will be made and the meaning of family will be found as Rory discovers that everything isn t so bad in the desert.Status CompleteWord count approx 389,678

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    227 thoughts on “Desert Dropping

    • Wow, what to say about this? For one, it’s very long but it’s a great book. My emotions were all over the place with this one, I went from happy to sad to angry to downright crying. It starts with Rory’s mother dying and finding out he has a father, one who never even knew he existed. Going to live with him changes everything Rory ever thought he knew. He develops a relationship with his father, his father’s partner, Jase and Jase’s cousin, Luke. He also gets to experience what it’s [...]


    • 2.5-3Как только я начала читать Desert Dropping, мне подумалось, что эта книга мне понравится. Мне импонировало все - авторский стиль, завязка, внутренний монолог главного героя Рори.Когда стало ясно, что Рори должен принять решение, где ему жить по истечении лета - с новообретенным о [...]


    • Rory, is 16 years old when his mother, a single parent, dies, and he is sent interstate to live with his father - a father he knows nothing about.I knew going in that this would be an angst-ridden story, and it was, particularly the first half. Rory has a lot to deal with, not only losing the only parent he has ever known, but also everything he has ever known; friends, grandmother, and the place he called home. His dealings with his new family are difficult, exacerbated by his own stubbornness [...]


    • This is one of those stories that just can't have enough pages. I think there was close to 800 and I easily could have read twice as more. It does get a bit slow at times but I think it's normal to expect that with so many pages. The characters are fun and there is a lot of joking around, enough angst to make you cry (especially at the beginning) and the expected bad guy. My rating is personal preference. It's a lovely story but without that one element that lifts it up a notch and makes it a 5 [...]


    • 2.5 звездыСм. Наташин отзывВнутренние монологи пролистывала. Было бы это произведение раза в три короче, поставила бы 4.


    • Long book. Took a couple of days to read. Occasionally went on a bit. But I really liked the way the characters grew and developed. Even the baddies! The main character is 16, so this is probably YA which I don't usually read. But the first glance, first touch, first kiss etc were absolutely beautifully done. Really enjoyed it. I have never cried so many tears over a book! Are those rust marks on my ereader?


    • 2.5 stars. Decent story but way too long. The first half especially. It drags again towards the end too. It is not entirely clear to me why everyone likes Rory so much, since he's pretty much an obnoxious little shit for most of the book, but hey, I am not a teenage boy.




    • I really loved the way the author handled the teen angst in this story. If you take a 16 year old boy, whose mother just died, and ship him off to another state to live with a father that he has never met beforewell you've got to expect some emotion. You could either hide it behind a fake smile or lash out in the only way you know how. But you get a really good look into Rory's head so that the immature things he does make sense and don't piss me off.The first 25% of the book is really just one [...]


    • This is a book about teenage boys. It's frustrating, confusing, out-of-proportion and the main character can be such a brat I wanted to slap him at times - but I really liked it.I'm even considering giving it 5 stars because looking back I enjoyed it so much; what holds me back is the length that seemed unecessary at parts and how frustrating it was.Writing style-wise it had an awkward start which quickly smoothed out, just to turn awkard in the epilogue again, but that's just a minor thing.What [...]


    • This was a very pleasant read. Didn't really move me on any level, but worth the read. It is very long though and told from the MC POV. I did find myself skimming through many internal musings. This is a very talented writer in that he captured teenage angst very well. I actually thought the MC, Rory, was very annoying, sweet, but annoying. But I did enjoy it once he got his head out of his a**. I liked that the writer didn't go for the obvious pairing, it made sense and a much more enjoyable HE [...]


    • There is a LOT of angst in this book. Sometimes it got too much and I had to take a break. Due to the length of the story, you really get sucked in. The writing is really impeccable if it makes you feel such strong emotions and links to the characters. Needless to say though, this is one of those books that I can't bear reading again, just because of all the angst.


    • 4.25* I really enjoyed this book! I thought Rory's character was so honest as to how I would expect a 16 year old to act in his circumstances or maybe he was just so well developed he was real to me and I understood him. regardless, kudos to the author! I really want a story for a couple of the other characters! Highly recommend if you enjoy Y/A M/M.



    • Loved it! Was pleasantly surprised how good it was, I did not care it was super long. I really thought Luke and Rory were going to be it. I loved Seth. I loved it all. :-)


    • I found this one online really long ago. At that time I didn't even finish it. Since I found it again I felt an instant urge to get to know what happened to Rory. And OMG I am happy that I did. It's such a beautiful, beautiful story about how important family are and how to find yourself.


    • This must be like the first time ever I write a proper review for a book. Well, even though there's been other books which deserve to be reviewed, I just decided to do it now for the first time. I just got this feeling when I finished the book. Desert Dropping is a story about a 16-year-old boy Rory who lost his mom. Now he's moving to Arizona with his father of whom he never even knew about. He just found about him from his grandma. Rory isn't happy at all with this, though, so he makes a deal [...]


    • I havbe been reading a lot suspence, mystery stories lately, and I thought it'd be nice to read something lighter now. Well, I was wrong and right.While theses 875 pages were entertaining an gripping as hell, it was not exactly a light read. It wasn't just a teenage romance story.This story had me laughing, crying, angry, exasperated, smiling, and rooting for Rory (the main character). I really had to stop reading, and not just once, because my vision was too blurred from all the crying. And bel [...]


    • I thought this was a wonderful coming of age story about a gay teen(Rory) who goes to live with his father(Eddy), whom he believed had abandoned Rory's mother upon finding out that she was pregnant with Rory. He is prepared to hate this man, but finds out pretty quickly that his father never knew about him until just recently. Rory had only come out to his mother and grandmother and doesn't want to tell his father that he is gay, fearing his father's reaction. Not only is Rory not telling his fa [...]


    • DomLuka is a grown man who has not forgotten what a teenager feels like.The story is long and angst-filled, and a good editor could have probably cut it down by quite a bit, but I didn't mind reading through it anyway; it was worth it even when it slowed down; I never felt bored. I wouldn't have thought so just from reading the blurb, frankly, but everyone felt real here, real from the perspective of a 16 year old boy, that is. And while that's a bit limited of a viewpoint, Rory has an active in [...]


    • 4 stars. I could finally finish it. At first, I loved the book and couldn't believe that it wasn't published. It was too good to be not published. However, it was too long, unnecessarily so. It was only half of the book and I was looking forward to the end. Normally, I wish a book was a little longer so that I can enjoy their world for a while. This one felt like an extended soap opera. At the beginning I was planning to give it 5 stars, but due to the length of the book it is reduced to 4 stars [...]


    • This is another freebee, and really well written. The story of 16 year old Rory, who grew up with his mother in Nevada. His mother died of cancer and just before reveiled the identity of Rory's dad. So Rory is forced now to go and live with this dad, he never knew existed. And his dad is not living alone.Rory is the typical teenager, confused, stubborn, but quite smart. And in addition he is gay, but mostly in the closet.The book is about his settling in Ari-fri-kin-zona where he is determined t [...]


    • I have so much to say about this it's insane.1) When I first started, I felt I was going to absolutely love it until2) The majority of the early chapters were basically Rory complaining, and wellking everything a huge deal.3) I still don't see what Aaron did wrong to Rory. Luke yes, but I don't understand why Rory would be furious at Aaron Keslin.4) It's not exactly the most realistic things I've read.5) At some point it became difficult to read and I almost wanted to rate it a two-star.6) Then [...]


    • I really loved this book. As others have said its a long one. It took me forever to get through but I really enjoyed it. Its the story of Rory a teenager who had to deal with the death of his mother and now has to deal with going to live with a father he has never known. There is ups and downs, misunderstandings galore, and boyfriend issues. This is such a well written book though that things that normally get on my nerves with a read didn't in this book. Don't get me wrong, I wanted to give Ror [...]


    • I plainly dislike this one. I was actually very interested at the beginning, but as the story progressed, I end up disliking it. It's just me, I know, but I feel like Rory's a slut, dating Aaron and then Seth. Like I get it, Aaron used him, but then after their breakup, Rory goes right to Seth to seek his answer and then they start getting together. Like come on, give it time. Being around hot guys, I would want to date all and everyone of them, but I do have my respects. This was totally not my [...]


    • During the first 1/2 the main character is insuferable, stupid and whiny but you somehow know thatonce his head gets less muddled it'll get better. So you keep reading bacause you want to see him get better and see what happens. And then it does get betterd still you read, because it's huge. XDDDD don't hold much hope of reading it at one go I tried, but since humans need to eat and sleep and so reading the whole thing in one sitting wasn't an option.Personaly I'm a Luke fan :D from the begginin [...]


    • I don't know why so many people complain about the length, I was itching to read more the whole time! I didn't even really notice how long it was, I was just enjoying the read. I read it in four days, would've finished sooner but I didn't want it to end. Rory was so frustrating at the beginning of the story though! He's so stubborn, I just wanted to slap some sense into him. But I loved him nonetheless! This book had great characters, a great plot, and was exquisitely executed. Wonderful read< [...]


    • I LOVED this book! I really loved this book. It was one of those that I didn't want to stop reading. I would grumble anytime I had to stop reading to do something else. Maybe that just makes me pathetic, I don't know. Regardless, I liked Rory's story and how it seemed so real. His feelings were intriging to me. The end didn't turn out like I was expecting but I'm ok with that. It still left me with a great feeling about this new family and that they are all going to be ok in life.


    • Oh my gosh, what an amazing coming of age story. I even wish it didn't have to end. I was carried away with Rory and his journey, his ups and downs, his family, friends, love interests and even Aaron. Everyone of them were so darn interesting and unique. I absolutely loved this story, every last bit of it! I want an Aaron story, a Luke story and a follow up on my fav couple Rory and Seth.5 beautiful stars!


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