Good attempt at looking at things from a non-human point of view--
Rescued from a slave market by a human trader and raised as his son, one question has haunted Heyoka Blackeagle through the years: Who and what is he? He FEELS human. Indeed he feels like a somewhat alienated member of his father's tribe. So what if he is seven feet tall, furry, and equipped with retractible claws? Human is as human does . . . Right?
So he found out what his REAL species and family are, and frankly, he preferred humans. But Heyoka Blackeagle--in the middle of discovering his roots--just happens upon an alien invasion . . .
I really ejoyed this book. It's about a space ranger and his human partner. He isn't human but fights along side them. He decides to hunt out his own people and he finds them. Giant dog like beasts that are sort of primative. He ends up discovering how savage his people can be, but unites them to fight a great threat to his very people, even others on other planets. It was very action packed. A great story! I truely enjoyed it.
Great story. Glad there is a sequel.