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 country’s savior — but she has an even more dangerous secret. She cannot control her power. Each time she tries to bond with her Mirror Dragon, she becomes a conduit for the ten spirit dragons whose Dragoneyes were murdered by Lord Ido. Their anguish floods through her, twisting her ability into a force that destroys the land and its people. And another force of destruction is on her trail. Along with Ryko and Lady Dela, Eona is on the run from High Lord Sethon’s army. Sethon has declared himself Emperor. In order to stop him, the renegades must find Kygo, the young Pearl Emperor, who needs Eona’s power if he is to wrest back his throne.
Eona, with its pulse-pounding drama, thrilling fight scenes, sizzling tension — and many surprises — brings to a close an epic story.
©2008 Alison Goodman (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I enjoyed it from start to finish. Characters are wonderful and the performance was solid.
Alright, so I loved Eona. It had been a while since I'd read Eon but it didn't take long for me to get back into the story and remember who was who and what was going on. I was completely sucked into the triangle between Eona, Kygo and Ido. I felt Eona's confusion over what she should do but this was also the one thing that I disliked. To me, Eona was always so undecided and I just wished she'd hurry up and make up her mind. But, the awesomeness of the story overrode that problem. It's a completely unique fantasy set in a different land. The magic is awe-inspiring and the characters are all terrific and well-developed. I mean, I was even feeling the bad guy (Ido not Sethon).
Nancy Wu does a wonderful job narrating this story. It's a long listen but I highly recommend it.
I enjoyed both of these books and thought the twists and turns throughout kept me guessing and hoping. Worth the listen!
This book was nothing like book one which set up a great beginning to an intriguing story.
The whole focus of this story seemed to be the passionate love blossoming between Eona and the Emperor. If I wanted to read a romance novel, I would have purchased one.
She is a wonderful narrator and would shine with a better novel more suited to her obvious talent.
Everything that had to do with Eona and the emperors sexual desires.
If you are going to write a follow-on novel in a series, make sure you maintain a fluid flow with the story line. This novel barely touched on the Dragon-eye persona and focused more on the romance and desire of two characters and threw in the repulsive desires of a villan for good measure. I will not purchase another book from this author.
Love love love the first story but the sequel was a little poopy. One kiss and the main character compared everything to that kiss through the hole story. i'm all about having a love story but this got a little annoying. For a character that spent 5 years pretending to be a boy she slipped into the female role awful easy. You would think she would understand the male mind better than this
But if you can get past the fixation the main underline story was good. But with the way it ended I'm hoping that there will be a prequel of some sort, it ended a little abruptly. Its such a good story that I really wanted some things to be elaborated more.
the reader rocks!!! Nothing more to say than that
Eona the sequel and conclusion to Eon was a great idea that in the end underwhelmed. In Eon we met Eona the last Mirror Dragoneye, a crippled girl posing as boy. On the run after the fall of the emperor by he's brothers coup along with Lord Ido, she must find a way to restore the rightful monarchy and save the dragons.
Eona is like a reflection of the first book as she is wanted as a boy so she is hiding as a girl. Unfortunately regardless of gender Eona keeps getting in her own way. In Eon she was frustratingly slow or maybe it was just how apparent the storyline was, but she displays cleverness at the speed of molasses. It seems Eona learned nothing from the first book since her fears and lack of communication was the root of most of her problems. I was really disappointed at the lack fighting in these books it seemed like a good setting for a strong female warrior, but wasn't. I found all the supporting characters way more interesting and likable than the lead.
I love the idea of this series. The set up was great. The world, asian lore, and influences are refreshing in the stacks of vampires, witches, and shifters. But with all the time and effort put into creating the Eona world, the heroine got left behind. The storyline was interesting but really what good is the plot or an intricately written world if your main character is annoying and ruining everything. What a waste.
This book is a complete contrast to the slower more political based first book however it adds a very welcomed freshness to it. I dont see any other way for the book to have gone it is very enjoyable and will keep you enthralled and guessing as to what will happen next.
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