a story featuring a man as the main character? i dunno, that just doesn't seem very relatable
@chr This with EVERYTHING.
Humans, every single time? Come on.
@chr [Shoutout to Okami, and Lost Ember.]
@IceWolf this was why i liked the temeraire series so much. whole *chapters* from the dragon's perspective :D
@fudge_the_sphinx @chr @IceWolf Temeraire is basically "what if the Napoleonic Wars had dragons and dragon-riders as combatants?" The main characters are based in the British Isles, but the story travels to various places to look at the treatment of dragons in different societies, and Britain comes out rather unfavourably compared to pretty much everywhere else.
(Also, Temeraire himself, the main dragon char, is Chinese and gets to visit his homeland.)
I'll have to check out the Wayfarers novels!
Through Wolf's Eyes, by Jane Lindskold. The protagonist is raised by wolves, all that jazz...
she's pretty much explicitly otherkin.
That... that series punched me /really/ hard in the feels. Long before I knew I was a wolf myself, that it was even a possibility.
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