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. Eona: The Last Dragoneye is the second book of the Eon series by Alison Goodman. Eon has come out as “Eona” and admitted she was a girl all along. Luckily, people have accepted this, and she has become a Dragoneye. The only issue is. Eon has been revealed as Eona, the first female Dragoneye in hundreds of years . Along with fellow rebels Ryko and Lady Dela, she is on the.

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The second requires proof, whether it be upfront or covert. Nobody really trusts anyone, and as a result, there’s miscommunication and distrust even among the allies to the very end of the book. If discovered, ‘Eon’ faces a terrible death.

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The last half had more going on, but was still aliosn dense – and not in a good way. Thanks for telling us about the problem. But, unlike some books I’ve read recently, I thought every page was necessary and it never felt too long. This review can also be found on my blog: 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.

Eona: The Last Dragoneye

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 Allison Austen and Buffy the Vampire Slayer aljson, so sign me the hell up for that. The romance story line is no less complicated – romantic relationships are convoluted by mistrust, fear of deception, power imbalances, questions of morality, loyalty and honor. Also by Alison Goodman. In desperation the wounded Dela, limping Eona and injured Ryko try to escape but Ido orders his men to find them.


Small glimpses of sassy teasing, interesting side characters, and i swear to god i really wanted to like this book i swear i tried. AND and this is even harder to dowhen he is written as a real, viable love interest. I always felt so uneasy about the amount of secrets she kept. Eona does need to learn to grow into herself and what she is comfortable with, after all.

Only the outcome of their struggles. To ask other readers questions about Eonaplease sign up. She seems to rush through the action packed passages and then have to take huge breathy gasps to keep going, sometimes even mid-sentence. I think she’s a very flawed character who was dealt a really hard hand, made some poor choices, but in the end, made it out okay.

It literally took around pages just to rescue Ido before he could start training Eona. Apr 28, Lara rated it it was amazing Shelves: I would have been less frustrated if she had been tempted with the power he offered.

Well written, great characterization, good pacing — I am a sucker for YA fantasy and this is a reason why. She led him on!!! Once she goodkan Eon, a girl disguised as a boy, risking her life for the chance to become a Dragoneye apprentice. I understand them, but then she got so hurt when people didn’t trust her.

The conflict was plenty, but what I will say is, I never really say a true love triangle. Please try again later. I didn’t like how it happened, but I guess it was necessary. Additionally, the relationship developed a bit too fast. Except she spends the entire time in her cabin, worried about Ido the prisoner. And so much more!


Is it just me, or is that girl NOT Asian? Glodman on her side of the revolution. In the meantime, Eona and the other characters get some development. I suppose I should stop saying ‘arse,’ since ladies don’t say-” “‘Arse’,” he finished for me.

Retrieved 28 December She’s a pathological liar the entire time. And we got not only romance, but a love-triangle. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.

Eona (Eon , book 2) by Alison Goodman

I wish I could have seen more of Lady Dela and Ryko’s relationship, though the latter put some serious effort into pushing Lady Dela away.

It had the mythology that I loved so much about the first book, but more adventure and romance, which were two things I mentioned in my review of Eon that I wished there had been more of. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. I personally am of the “kill one to save many” school.

It’s a mess and a half. To the contrary, fans of Dela count me sona will have reasons to complain as she is pushed into the shadow. See all 13 questions about Eona‚Ķ.