EON DRAGONEYE REBORN EBOOK
Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Grade 8 Up—In this Asian- inspired fantasy In Eon: Dragoneye Reborn, first published in Australia, Alison Goodman takes advantage of that interest, crafting a tale full of the elements that have. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Grade 8 Up—In this Asian- inspired fantasy # in Children's Dragon Stories (Kindle Store); # in Teen & Young Adult Nature & the Natural World Fiction eBooks; # in Children's. Read "Eon: Dragoneye Reborn" by Alison Goodman available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first purchase. Eon has been studying the.
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EON by Greg Bear e-reads myavr.info Copyright © by Greg Bear NOTICE: This ebook is licensed to the original. Eon has been studying the ancient art of Dragon Magic for four years, hoping he' ll Dragoneye Reborn. Eon Series, Book 1 · Eon. by Alison Goodman. ebook. EON has 13 entries in the series. Eon. Eon (Series). Book 1. Alison Goodman Author (). cover image of Dragoneye Reborn.
Particularly the bound with a dragon. The power that the Dragoneye's have is explored but again to a degree. The beginning was a bit dense as everything is being introduced to the reader.
It did feel like an adult fantasy for that reason. Once I got into it, the book flew! This was so fast paced and I wasn't expecting that. I enjoyed the political intrigue! It's very rare to find well done political intrigue. When Eona gets to the palace it's a constant game of lies and a bit of cat and mouse with one of the Dragoneye's. Whose name is Lord Ido. It's get even messier when Eona make's some friends and gets dragged into a battle of sorts.
There is a bit of power imbalance which was is discussed multiple times throughout the book. I really liked Eona's character! She's very unique from some of the characters you read about now-a-days.
She's compassionate but ruthless as she's backed into a corner most of the time. Eona was quite intelligent and very mature for her age. I think the author did a good job with Eona's leg. I liked reading about her inner struggles.
Particularly her fear off being herself and accepting her female side. With the help off her friends and her dragon Eona comes to accept herself. Her character development was truly excellent! Eona is close to Chart and Rilla. Chart is disfigured and can't speak. Due to this he is picked on quite a bit. Rilla is Chart's mother. Barron is Eona's master who she trained under. Barron bought Eona from a salt mine when he realized she could see all the dragons' energies.
She has a complicated relationship with him. Regardless they both still care for each other. Also some of the dragoneye's and their apprentices.
Lady Dela spends her time navigating Eona through all the political intrigue and Ryko is tasked with guarding Lady Dela. Lady Dela is a transgender female. Prince Kygo and Eona become friends for mutual interests.
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There are hinting's of a romance between the two. Nothing becomes of it in this installment. All these characters shape Eona. And grow from one-another. I really liked the relationship's she had with all of them! My favourite is Lady Dela. She was such a fun character but knowledgeable as well. I also liked all the plot twist's and foreshadowing you get throughout the book!
Some of it was predictable. Though I still found it entertaining. Truly this book kept me on the edge of my seat. I did have some problems with this book.
I felt that Lady Dela wasn't done that well. There are several times when Eona will mention that Lady Dela would sometimes look like a male or have the strength of a male. Which didn't feel that well done to me. Once Eona has truly bounded with her dragon her leg is 'fixed'.
Magically she's cured. And it does send the wrong message. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed this book! I am looking forward to reading the sequel.
I highly recommend this series! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bincs from Exquisite!
My absolute favourite fictional story ever!!!!! This duology-- Eon and its sequal, Eona-- is my absolute favourite!
Set in a mythical land in Asia, Goodman's duology combines ancient mythology, history, and fantasy in exquisite detail.
This book will keep you on the edge of your seat and have you rushing for the sequel! Rated 5 out of 5 by Jennifer from Absolutely loved it! Amazing book!
Great adventures, characters. Inspiring female characters! I highly recommend! Rated 5 out of 5 by Shaquel from Very enjoyable! Can't wait to read the sequel, this novel went far beyond my expectations! The character building and the elements of fantasy written into this story were just wonderful to read!
Definitely give this book a try! Rated 4 out of 5 by Princess from Eon I really enjoyed this book. Fun plot, cool characters. Rated 5 out of 5 by Serena from Incredible This book doesn't get as much credit as it should. The storyline is well-paced, spoken in the proper language and in the proper tone. Alison Goodman portrays the time period impeccably. With characters you love, and other you detest, it'll have you rushing for the sequel.
Rated 3 out of 5 by juliag from ok good book- takes a while to get into but left me wanting to read the sequel!!! Rated 4 out of 5 by Nicola from worth the read good book- takes a while to get into but left me wanting to read the sequel!!!
Rated 4 out of 5 by foggygirl from Great read A slow start but had a strong finish. I love Oriental mythology and stories similar to Mulan are among my favourites. Add some dragons, complex magic, a unique hero, and some intriguing world building, and you have one stellar story.
There was nothing I didn't love——the magic and the society behind it were complicated and detailed in a way I haven't seen in a long time. I was completely enthralled in it. The world is strict and honorable, and while there is some sexism it was part of the historical element , there was diversity and sensibility. Eon is a great character because she's not like most YA heroes. AKA, she's not rash or a tough girl. She's actually very meek and unsure of herself, which makes her growth all the more compelling as she tries to please everyone and maintain her duty and keep her secrets.
I loved the strength that grew in her, and it made the ending so much more impactful. The pacing was perfect——this is a very long book and there isn't a lot of action, but the immersion into the world was so well constructed that I never even noticed how long the book was until I was done and wanting more. I loved it and can't wait to see how it ends! Rated 3 out of 5 by Terra from Okay I originally picked this book up because the cover looked amazing, like the door to an epic story It was okay.
Eon is a fun, exciting fantasy read with a diverse cast.
The characters are all well written and the world building is fantastic. The mystery of the lost Mirror Dragon had me hooked. I cannot wait to read the next instalment! Rated 5 out of 5 by Haylee from Amazing and captivating read I fell in love with this book within the first few minutes of reading. The story is unique; one that I've never heard of or read before, making it all the more interesting.
Eon is a fascinating character, and the story itself was both very well written, detailed, and intriguing. The sequel compliments this book wonderfully, making is a great two-book series.
Eon was a fascinating book that was full of great mythology and wicked dragons. As the story progressed, I found that it got better and it became easier to understand. I struggled to wrap my head around the mythology in the beginning because it's just so Don't get me wrong, I thought it was great, but at times I got a little confused. The mythology is incredible in a way that had me dumbfounded, and yes, a little lost. The pacing was a little slow for me as well, at times, I got a little bored and was anxious for the adventure to pick up.
I found Eon to be extremely unique. Alison Goodman writes this book in a way that allows you to have a visual image of the book for the entirety of the novel. Her words create the world to become very real and extremely enticing. I enjoyed following our main character and learning about the world that Goodman has created. If you do not like to read about really detailed and intense mythology, than maybe this isn't the book for you.
However, aside from that, I feel that the main characters story truly made up for the things I wasn't fond of in this novel. Our main character is Eona, but she begins to go by the name Eon to hide her true identity and gender. This is because she lives in a world that doesn't allot girls to do certain things, like become a Dragoneye. Eona's world consists of twelve dragons, and every year, one of the dragons comes forward every year and seeks more power and gains leadership.
That one dragon then seeks Dragoneye as an apprentice.
This year, The Rat Dragon steps forward and will choose the boy that will become his apprentice. This is where Eona decides that she will become Eon, a boy who wants a chance to become the Dragoneye. Eona's adventure begins as she must hide who she really is and become Eon, a convincing male who seeks the power and money that comes with being a Dragoneye. When the time comes, and The Rat Dragon must make his choice, Eona is shocked and learns more about herself than ever before.
Her struggle to maintain Eon's image and decide whom she can trust kick starts this great adventure.
The two things I loved about this novel were the characters and the plot twists. They really made the book exciting an captivating. I enjoyed the last half of the book better than the first half because the mythology became easier to follow and I became more comfortable with understanding the world and all of the elements that it consisted of. To make impossible odds even more impossible, Eona is also crippled, so the deck is very much stacked against her.
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But on the day the apprentices are chosen, it is revealed that Eona has the unusual ability of seeing all the energy dragons, not just one--and she is chosen by the powerful Mirror Dragon, a being that has not been seen in hundreds of years. There are gorgeous dragons and epic sword battles, all against the backdrop of an incredible setting that takes its influences from a blend of Japanese and Chinese cultures, but is still a unique world of its own.
I really like the idea of stories with girls disguised as boys, and though the concept is certainly nothing new , it's definitely not something we see too much in young adult literature.
What makes this an exceptional book is the intricate tapestry of characters and themes that are deftly woven together, as well richly textured and evocative writing.
You can practically hear the whisper of heavy silk robes and see the glow of majestic dragons as you read this book, and every night when I closed my eyes, I kept thinking about the creak of wooden wagons and the clang of swords that I'd read about that day. You are wrong when you say there is no power in being a woman. When I think of my mother and the women in my tribe, and the hidden women in the harem, I know there are many types of power in this world I found power in accepting the truth of who I am.
It may not be a truth that others can accept, but I cannot live any other way. For me, the book's greatest strength is its depiction of gender and the roles that women play in a parochial society. This is definitely a novel for mature young adult fans because of the situations and themes explored with transgendered characters, eunuchs, forced intimacy, and physical assault.
I found it fascinating that the author chose to write a book focusing on a world where power is forbidden to women, and my favorite character was the indelible Lady Dela, Eona's "contraire" mentor who is a man living as a woman I mean, really! Who could fail to be intrigued by such a scenario?I came to hate this stupid selfish little girl and was relieved when I finished the books and could put them away.
If you do not like to read about really detailed and intense mythology, than maybe this isn't the book for you. Your Light did an Other lighthouse. You are in the Canada store Not in Canada? Preview Your Review.
Milions of ebooks, epub available. Prince Kygo and Eona become friends for mutual interests. The only reason that I am giving this book two stars is because of the trans character.