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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Is there a good romance in this series? And so much more! When she calls the mirror dragon, the ten deserted dragons come charging in, causing massive damage and death.
There was so much adventure, and absolutely no court intrigue in this one. The ending left me shocked and breathless, sad but with a smile on my face. Maybe a lot of us would like to be heroes in a perfect world but this is far from a perfect world and we all have our limits, our breaking points, and most of us can be seduced at times by a dark alternative to the straight and narrow path.
While I still admired the amazing world-building so far I have only encountered something similar in Brian Stav Not only did I love Eon, also the majority of my personal Board of Reviewers were in agreement that the sequel is even better than its predecessor.
He seems to byy more in tune to Eona and more understanding of Eona’s needs, in contrast to Kygo, who is compelled to keep his nation and people foremost in his mind, despite what his heart might be telling him. The second requires proof, whether it be upfront or covert.
Do not dress your atrocities in the garb of the gods. Eon has been revealed as Eona, the first female Dragoneye in hundreds of years.
Full of strength and courage as Eon, her union with her dragon and the power she has gained through it have made her weak and insecure. View all 6 comments. Perhaps at times I even thought there was too much magic and I wished it would stop. Fantastic worldbuilding Sick of books eonz plonk a few characters into some random society with a set of oppressive rules and no explanation?
Eona Series in Order – Alison Goodman – FictionDB
Then let’s give it a try. You have been warned. Once again, I loved every minute of Lady Dela. Second, I was already acquainted with Eona. Well if anything this book is even better than book one!
Eona: The Last Dragoneye
Nobody really trusts anyone, and as a result, there’s miscommunication and distrust even among gokdman allies to the very end of the book. It is one of those cases where you just know it’ll end badly, and it made me think even less of the heroine.
I thought his death scene was fantastic. I miss this book already. Yes, I was sheep-like in my reading choices when I first with YA.
Every building, every created landscape, almost flew from the pages to me. Eona picks up promptly but it is just like a badly done pizza crust: Acceptance is only the slison step for Eona.
Overall, there isn’t anything else I have to say about this one. Instead of the power-hungry madman he became at the goodman. The eonq 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. There’s a really disgusting love triangle that involves a guy who tried to rape her in the first book; which is incredibly ill-conceived.
She sure was dense. Meanwhile, they are being pursued by the vast army of w What the hell happened? This book had very many pages, but I totally flew through all of it. I actually liked the evil fool! That would have made sense, but I loathed the whole love interest idea.