'The Art of the Dragon' tells 'a straightforward story about a giant metallic dragon that suddenly appeared in Paris and ate the Eiffel Tower. And then Notre Dame Cathedral and a number of British and Continental monumental works of art, including Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge and St. Pancras Station. The narrator, Scott Carr, is an art historian with a doctorate, and he realizes what the dragon is doing, and at the climax of the story, why.'
Source: Tangent (http://www.tangentonline.com/print–bi-monthly-reviewsmenu-260/221-fantasy-a-science-fiction/1252-fantasy-a-science-fiction-augsept-2009). (Sighted: 20/2/2014)