Editorial Reviews. Review. “The flashy swordplay, spectacular magic and elaborately : Eona eBook: Alison Goodman: Kindle Store. Once she was Eon, a girl disguised as a boy, risking her life for the chance to become a Dragoneye apprentice. Now she is Eona, the Mirror Dragoneye, her. The complete series list for – Eona Alison Goodman. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time.
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Full of strength eonz courage as Eon, her union with her dragon and the power she has gained through it have made her weak and insecure. The only issue is that she cannot control her power.
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As the resistance bands together to make an attempt on the throne, Eona finds herself torn between the ambitions of two men. Her expression also looks like one of those alisom games, like the character was made in World of Warcraft or whatever. Books by Alison Goodman. But I hated it at the same time. The only thing I found remotely interesting was Ido. They also begin to cloud her judgment. It finished with these words: There was no bargain between man and beast.
Despite my earlier narrator rant, I did enjoy this book. And there is more Kygo It literally took around pages just to rescue Ido before he could start training Eona.
Yeah, I know, I know. View all 16 comments. But, boy, some of those scenes were sizzling. I will for sure be checking out Alison Goodman’s writing in the future, especially her newest book due to publish in January, which is tantalizingly billed as a cross between Jane Oena and Buffy the Vampire Slayer sona, so sign me the hell alispn for that.
While the cover of Eon was simply gorgeous, this one I didn’t like much.
Goodman’s prose and plot are rushed; I felt that the events would have been better spread out over two novels to make sona saga a trilo Disappointing after the sweeping epic that was Eon: Eona’s mirror dragon represents Truth but she is anything but truthful.
He deserved it completely. And it might even have been the triangle that came out aliskn nowhere for me at least. I actually disliked the emperor so much, that I was pulling for Ido. On to the protagonist of the story, Eona. She led him on!!! He turned into the biggest douchebag possible at the end, but I just I’ve been pulling for this guy, and after you betray him, and don’t stop him from destroying rona, you realise that the feeling was actually mutual There was a super annoying love triangle between Eona, Kygo, and Ido that took up so much of the plot.
The bad guy from the last book who mercilessly killed and tortured her friends and tried to rape her is all of a sudden a love interest. I loved Alieon from the beginning, and Chart too.
I hated Lord Ido in the first book, but my feelings for him in this book changed degrees. On the GR synopsis up there it says this is a standalone but don’t believe that, you can’t possibly enjoy this book without all the background information from Eon.
I have just one last complaint. I was more relaxed and didn’t have to pay as much attention as in Eonwhere I had to build my knowledge of this world – which is quite articulated, believe me – from scratch.
My bad experiences with The Lord of the Rings made me think these kind b books weren’t for me. View all 17 comments. I hate that I lo I’m not even done reading, and I already love this book! Highly recommend it, unless, of course, you can’t stand fantasy, dragons and heavy world building. Eona suffers on both fronts. She sure was dense.
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apison But I guess that’s expected in every book, because you have to introduce the characters …more In my opinion I think it is, as it got straight to the point. And she just used everyone around her! In Eon, not so much because he was a total asshole, but throughout this whole story except the end, I will be getting to that later he was a sarcastic, funny character that I enjoyed reading about.
I liked Ido a lot more in this book.