This week Panzer had me read the Kindle ebook The Human Addict: A Dragon's Tale by Scott William Carter.
The whole story is told in the first person from the dragon's point of view. How fun is that? A lot.
The story begins when humans still lived in caves. This was also when unicorns, faeries, elves, dwarfs and dragons lived as well.
The whole problem begins when a dragon develops a taste for humans. And I mean a major taste for humans. A taste as in addicted to humans. The dragon does his best to control his eating habits, but he's already put the world as he knows it into a downward spiral he can't control. You see, a dragon may live for a long time, but humans don't forgive and they never forget.
The end was so sad. Panzer went through a whole box of tissues.
Panzer gives it four paws up.