My genre of my novel is going to be fantasy/sci-fi. It starts off a few hundred years from now on a distant solar system. I'm trying to make it world driven as well as character driven. Humans have lost their planet to an unknown being or entity. Some figure it was the creator releasing his anger. Weary and confused, they decided to escape and reside amongst a different solar system. And in that solar system their were two habitable planets: Gliese 581 G and D. Most of the remaining people of the human race chose G because it was more safer while nobody picked D due to the detection of strange life forms. A boy (no name chosen) is riding on a colony ship with him and his parents. However, an unidentified disturbance starts to siege the vessel. In a quick flash, everyone gets set to the escape pods. Unfortunately, the boy gets separated from his mom and dad in the process. All the escape pods get set coordinates to G however their was a malfunction in the boys space pod, sending him to D... When the boy arrives at the destination claimed to possess strange life forms, he struggles to find his mom and dad and then loses all hope. The boy collapsed completely Eventually, a strange intelligent life form finds the boy and takes him to his village. When the boy wakes up, he notices that everyone around him are short, scaly, anthropomorphized dragons. "Why haven't you eaten me yet?" Asks the boy. One of the dragons looks up at him "Why would I?" Through out this story the boy learns how to bond with his true dragon self. Eventually, he'll leave the planet to find the rest of the humans. Not only that, he promises to take earth back and destroy those mysterious beings. What do you think of my idea? How could I make it better? I apologize for any grammatical errors.