The complete series list for – Eona Alison Goodman. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time. Eon and Eona. Under the harsh regime of an ambitious master, Eon is training to become a Dragoneye – a powerful Lord able to command wind and water to. 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.
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Here is the link to the details of the event. The moment she is free to reveal her true identity, the ascendant Dragoneye changes into an insecure, whiny creature driven by an emotional tsunami. Meanwhile, they are being pursued by the vast army of would-be emperor Sethon, who is a one-dimensional and stereotypical evil villain.
I also don’t think Goodjan leads Ido on. The Last Dragoneye is the natural outcome of that arc.
Eon: Dragoneye Reborn
And she led him on. His intensive study of Dragon Magic, based on East Asian astrology, involves two kinds of skills: The clues as to the dragons’ fate left in the Woman Script intrigue the most, while the Eona-Ido-Kygo love triangle is barely made tolerable by seeming fated. D I wish I could have seen more of the various dragons in action.
The world building was very Oriental which fitted well with the theme of dragons.
Eona Series in Order – Alison Goodman – FictionDB
Eon’s journey needed to be solo so I won’t complain. This isn’t a cliche woman dressing up as male to manipulate a situation while secretly plotting shit. Wait to you see the various covers.
I’ve wrestled with my sister for a prized possession before.
Eona: The Last Dragoneye (Eon, #2) by Alison Goodman
Yes, I can, Yes, I can! I can do anything Better than you. Perhaps he has never had to distinguish between the two. This book continues with the theme of finding a balance, expanding it from the balance between male and female to include the balance between power and tyranny and duty and love. Expecting to be an apprentice, one of twelve and schooled by a Dragoneye, he is instead thrust into the position of Co-Ascendant, expected to govern the Council and prevent the usurpation of the Emperor’s throne.
This combined with the fantasy aspect of the dragons – which I didn’t really expect to love that much – was superb. The previous book didn’t really give us a glimpse of many personalities, since we were never really given a chance to get close to many of the characters. While Kygo is a pompous, childish, spoilt kid – true, he IS the Emperor but does he have to act all the time like everything is due to him?
I loved it, and that was a huge part of what drew me in to continue reading, despite the fast paced plot and awesome characters. Once the day when the ascending dragon chooses his new apprentice approaches, Eona finds herself at a center of a complex political intrigue that threatens the future of the whole country.
Eona: The Last Dragoneye
This instaltment has more romance then the first book, but it wasn’t at all overwhelming or romance driven story. While reading, I was so captured in the story, that my life didn’t seem to matter until I finished the book. First of all, the consistent amount of information about the world-building that I had to take in for this story, had already been digested: They’re both imperfect, they both love Eona in their own way, and they both seek power for different purposes, and I honestly could not tell whose heart truly loved Eona for who she is.
Emotions are feminine therefore Eon should not feel. Goodman imbues all of your senses.
I felt the mystery involving Kinra was well done, though so, so very dragged out. And one of her friends in the book eonaa an actual transperson. Hi All, I am thrilled to announce that I will be a guest at the inaugural Speculatea new spec fic literary festival in Melbourne on April 28th run by the Morning Bell crew.
You would think he would fona a little less trusting and a little more skilled in intrigue since that is what he was supposedly raised to do. Alison was a D.
Which is just wrong. Dragoneye Reborn is very mythology-oriented and prone to frequent info-dumping especially in the beginning.