Hounds of War by Nikolas P. Robinson
For Sergeant Adrien Demos, the war will take something more valuable than his life, it will take his identity--and if he isn't careful, it threatens to take his humanity.
I had been meaning to read this since the moment I heard about it, and I was not disappointed. It was a fun little story, delivering exactly what it advertised. The writing style is excellent, painted a vivid picture, and I am a word nerd, so I appreciated some of the editorial choices. This felt like the prologue to a novel, and I'm sure that Robinson has more in store for these characters. I'm looking forward to seeing g what comes next!