Eon- Rise of the Dragoneye (The Two Pearls of Wisdom, Dragoneye Reborn) ( mobi. Home · Eon- Rise Eon: Dragoneye Reborn Eona: The Last Dragoneye . Also Known As: Two Pearls of Wisdom, Eon: Rise of the Dragoneye, and Eon (All the same book just published with different publishers) Swordplay, dragon. Eon has been studying the ancient art of Dragon Magic for four years, hoping he’ ll be able to apprentice to one of the twelve energy dragons of good fortune.
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Eon (Eon , book 1) by Alison Goodman
Preview — Eon by Alison Goodman. Eon has been studying the ancient art of Dragon Magic for four years, hoping he’ll be able to apprentice to one of the twelve energy dragons of good fortune. But he also has a dark secret. He is actually Eona, a sixteen-year-old girl who has been living a dangerous lie for the change to become a Dragoneye, the human link to an energy dragon’s power.
It is forbidden for fem Eon has been studying the ancient art of Dragon Magic for four years, hoping he’ll be able to apprentice to one of the twelve energy dragons of good fortune. It is forbidden for females to practice the Dragon Magic and if discovered Eon faces a terrible death.
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To ask other readers questions about Eonplease sign up. I don’t get it What was the dragons name???? She already tried eona while bathing once. Lynn Aoude This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ The dragon’s name was Eona. She’s the Mirror dragon, so dragon and dragoneye have the same name.
As for trying Eona while bathing, Eona wasn’t …more The dragon’s name was Eona.
As for trying Eona while bathing, Eona wasn’t actually calling the dragon, she was calling her own name, secret at the time, in hopes that the dragon might stir. She yhe not actually acknowledge the fact that she is a girl, even when whispering her true name, which also didn’t help.
Eon: Rise of the Dragoneye
Is this book great or what!?!? For characterisation, plot, and overall worldbuilding. Give it a try soon! See all 19 questions about Eon…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Recommended to Flannery by: Larger graph if you can’t read it: A Few More Points: When he says “Sluuuuut” to Irsa, I laughed out loud at the audiobook. One high point of the audio version which, overall, left a lot to be desired. View all 21 comments.
I have a love-hate relationship with this book. In the end I’m ride
Emotions are feminine therefore Eon should not feel. And to avoid more abuse Eon lived almost religiously by that one thought, resulting in a sociopath feel to the POV but thats neither here or there. My main issue with off book is this: If Eon had felt more of an inclination to male characteris I have a love-hate relationship with this book.
If Eon had felt more of an inclination to male characterisics then this book wouldve been totally fine. He was forced to be more male. Because he was constantly told and shown that being female was bad, and lesser. This was a good book idea to overall show that being female is not lesser but I didn’t love how the author executed it.
Eon kept making mistakes just constantly trying to be more manly. It was literarlly trial and error for half the book.
This isn’t a cliche woman dressing up as male to manipulate a situation while secretly plotting shit. Eon literarlly don’t think about the fact he’s a woman dragoneys its unacceptable to him. And that broke my heart.
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That being said, this book did a great job with some diverse characters. She gise so strong ruse her identity, I was in awe It was literarlly one thing after the other on how it was impossible and so unrealistic but somehow it will kinda work out and isn’t that amazing?
I just got tired of it. He turned his head and I saw the rise of violence in his eyes. I wondered what he saw in mine. Drgoneye, as the book went ris Eon began to feel emotions.
Except it was mostly anger. Actually I thiink it was only anger. I loved how it all turned out in the end for Eona as a character. In the end, Eona is a much stronger person. She learned how to fight, finally accepted her self though will need to work at it moreand Eona found a purpose when before Eon was simply following whatever people eob.
I am Eona, the Mirror Dragoneye. I wanted to love it, but I just couldn’t. The lack of explanations just killed it for me. This book had no setting, though I’m assuming it’s China. But it’s never mentioned, and to me that’s a pretty fundamental aspect of a book. The plot was really quite cool and exciting once you got more into the book, but it took me forever to get there because it was pretty slow and I kept having to reread things to try and understand what was going on.
Not sure if I’ll end up picking up book 2. Eon both the book and the character did not make it easy for me to like them, oh no. Instead, I constantly had to battle my desire to abandon them in favor of something easier to read, or a more likable heroine at the very least.
Sometimes, when a drsgoneye is extremely popular and well-loved by everyone in the known universe and possibly beyond, I dig in my heels and simply refuse ekn read it 3. Sometimes, when a book is extremely popular and well-loved by everyone in the known universe and possibly beyond, I dragonyee in my heels and simply refuse to read it for no good reason.
So I kept postponing it over and over again until it became just another book on my to-read list I stopped noticing altogether. I honestly thought it would be more juvenile and with everyone talking about Eona, I thought she would be a character to admire.
Boy was I ever wrong. The only person who knows the truth is her Master and teacher, a former Dragoneye, and the secret could easily kill them both. His ability to live a double life, especially in spotlight where every wrong move gise a certain death, speaks of great bravery and prowess.
And yet, when his goals were accomplished and then somesaid bravery quickly turned into outright tje under pressure. There was rank even amongst slaves; it was the nature of men. It can be a bit too overwhelming at times but I am very patient with worldbuilding which made Dragoneye Reborn a perfect read for me, at least in one very important way.
In truth, secondary characters were far more interesting than Eon himself. Dragpneye is sparse in Eon, but hints of a relationship between these two, however improbable it may seem, more than made up for it. Watching them dance around each other and their feelings for each other was sweet and strange and exhilarating and entirely unforgettable. View all 6 comments. Back when this book was released I had abandoned it after some 50 pages because it had drqgoneye me on another dragon-book which I found much better Nihal of the Land of the Windnow after giving it another chance I must admit that it differs a lot from the other one, though they do have some obvious parallels.
I did enjoy it and I will read the sequel but there were many aspects of the book that irked me. There was just the right amount of different characters in Back when this book was released I had abandoned it after some 50 pages because it had reminded me on another dragon-book which I found much better Nihal of the Land of the Windnow after giving it another chance I must admit that it differs a lot from the other one, though they do drahoneye some obvious parallels.
There was just the right amount of different dragonehe introduced with very individual struggles, well-rounded, who all contributed something to the or and Eona’s development.
Thankfully, all of them were memorable and interesting enough for me to form the desire to know what will happen to them in the next book. The setting and writing. The world Eona lives in is described quite vividly. I felt like there was just enough world-building to feel drawn to this world that is ruled by politics and magic equally.
Also, the power-struggle was well-developed and made a lot of sense though there is a counterpoint to this one too. What I didn’t like: I saw it coming.