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Yeah, I know, I know. He turned into the biggest douchebag possible at the end, but I just I don't know. I didn't like how it happened, but I guess it was necessary. Kygo and Eona are so cute together! I ship it! I somehow knew that Kygo would be saved and that he and Eona would be together, but whatever. View all 9 comments. Jan 25, Wendy Darling rated it it was amazing Shelves: How often does the sequel outdo its predecessor?
Not often at all. Review to come. View all 80 comments. Mar 03, Choko rated it really liked it Shelves: The ending left me shocked and breathless, sad but with a smile on my face..
If you loved her first novel Eon , you must read this book as well, because it's even better! This instaltment has more romance then the first book, but it wasn't at all overwhelming or romance driven story. It's very much plot driven duology. There's even a very subtle touch of love triangle, but not to fear, it's almost nonexistent, very well done and complex. This, very subtle, triangle has a lot of distrust, politics and scheming between them, which makes the storyline even more interesting.
And there's also beautifully done side-romance between Lady Dela Alias: The first thrives on faith. The second requires proof, whether it be upfront or covert. Perhaps he has never had to distinguish between the two. Full of magic and colorful descriptions, not just the world, but the story itself is so very much alive.
Every building, every created landscape, almost flew from the pages to me. Goodman's Chinese dragons almost breathed magic, the whole magical and mythological aspect of these books was very enchanting. In fact, the best aspect of this book.
I was absorbed into this beautifully dark story. And so much more! I don't know what else to say, that will make you read this beautiful duology.
Maybe one more thing - Magical Chinese Dragons and beautifully done Asian inspired culture! You're already hooked!
Aren't you? Then let's give it a try. Only the outcome of their struggles. View all 11 comments. I was so hopeful and the beginning was such a tease. In war, truth is the first casuality. I was pumped, i was so ready for a dragon novel with wizards, war, emperors, and some kicking some sexist-warlord ass.
Except that no one really knew what was happening at any point or time. Eona wasn't included on any major decisions within the war despite being the chief adivsor. So she kept finding out stuff last minute and try to take actio I was so hopeful and the beginning was such a tease. So she kept finding out stuff last minute and try to take action and would end up ruining everything. Events just happened to her. She rarely had an active role or really try to but kept complaining that no one took her seriously.
A bunch of lame shit would happen but then these small little moments continued to tempt and tease me this entire novel. Small glimpses of sassy teasing, interesting side characters, and i swear to god i really wanted to like this book i swear i tried.
Except she spends the entire time in her cabin, worried about Ido the prisoner. She then tries to "save" the boat by making out with Ido in her bed There was even a creative plot twist about the very foundation of the whole goddamn country!!!
There was no bargain between man and beast. We had stolen their egg" hide spoiler ] So then we have some half ass battle and then and then and then!!! The book ends. Good luck sorting out your entire fucking empire because everything was a lie and now everyone is dead. View 1 comment. Mini review: Minor spoilers!
Book 1 for Tome Topple Readathon challenge: Read a tome that is apart of a series. DNF Trigger warning: Mention of rape, misgendering a trans female, and mention of disability cured via magic. I was so excited to read this! Eon left off on a huge cliffhanger and I so wanted answers!
Tome topple gave me the perfect chance to dive back into this series. Unfortunately I didn't like it. Lots of things started to erk me in the beginning.
Particularly when Eona mentions how 'fre Mini review: Particularly when Eona mentions how 'free' she feels now that she can use both of her legs.
And her constant misgendering of Lady Dela. While this was present in Eon, I found it more annoying in Eona. I set the book down and decided to read up on some reviews. I had for the most part made up my mind on DNFing. Though I could've gone back to it depending on what I gleaned from the reviews I was reading. I was so angry when I found out about Ido! I knew that Eona gave him some feelings but I still don't think it excuses him raping her. Apparently Eona felt that it did.
This new information really solidified my DNFing. I'm really surprised considering what a well loved series this is. Overall I didn't enjoy this. I recommend the authors latest series rather than Eon.
View all 6 comments. I mean, if you thought a girl with dragons was cool And there is more Kygo View 2 comments. Jan 29, cEe beE rated it it was ok Shelves: What the hell happened? In the first installment, Eon was a crippled girl disguised as a boy struggling with identity while navigating the treacherous world of court politics.
Meanwhile, they are being pursued by the vast army of w What the hell happened? Meanwhile, they are being pursued by the vast army of would-be emperor Sethon, who is a one-dimensional and stereotypical evil villain. Eon was both a character-driven and action-driven story. With Eona, the action completely overwhelmed character development and growth.
They had no deep struggles about the consequences of their actions or the morality of their choices. Bizarrely, an erotic and sexual attraction develops between Eona and Ido the man who once tried to rape her! Eona's mirror dragon represents Truth but she is anything but truthful. The more interesting secondary characters like Ryko, Dela, Tozay, Chart and his mother faded into the background.
The wonderful world-building lost its appeal for me with this sequel's poorly developed storyline where an unlikely 'hero' turned into an unlikeable and unreliable heroine. A couple of my favorite things to read about in fantasy and UF, pnr, etc. AND and this is even harder to do , when he is written as a real, viable love interest.
This book had very many pages, but I totally flew through all of it. Well written, great characterization, good pacing -- I am a sucker for YA fantasy and this is a reason why. Much better than the first book! Nov 26, Phrynne rated it it was amazing. Well if anything this book is even better than book one! There was even a tolerable love triangle and I had no idea which way that was going to go. Full marks for the world building, the characters, the tension and the great story.
A gold star for the dragons, twelve beautiful, glorious dragons with amazing talents. And a bonus point for the great ending which tied up all the loose ends and still managed to surprise me. H Well if anything this book is even better than book one! Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys fantasy especially if you like dragons: May 12, Steph Sinclair rated it it was amazing Shelves: Simply amazing. View all 3 comments. Dec 25, Mayim de Vries rated it liked it.
Not only did I love Eon, also the majority of my personal Board of Reviewers were in agreement that the sequel is even better than its predecessor. As you see, it was not the case of high expectations, it was a case of high certainty that I am in for a real treat. Alas, as they say, nobody expected Spanish Inquisition. By the th page, I have changed into the grand Torquemada myself. While I still admired the amazing world-building so far I have only encountered something similar in Brian Stav Not only did I love Eon, also the majority of my personal Board of Reviewers were in agreement that the sequel is even better than its predecessor.
While I still admired the amazing world-building so far I have only encountered something similar in Brian Staveley's The Emperor's Blades , you will agree that even the best scenery, artful props and magnificent and Oscar-worth visual effects will not save a film with bad cast and scenario. Eona suffers on both fronts. Plot-wise, the intrigue was exposed in the previous book, premised explained, all figures set in motion, the main lines drawn and the finishing line beckoned on the clouded horizon.
Eona picks up promptly but it is just like a badly done pizza crust: In Eona some motifs were protracted to the boundary of pain Kinra , some regurgitated in similar variants over and over again Kygo , some heralded with great fanfare in order to have negligible effect on the overall story mother , other just happen and are done with a one-liner Chart.
What is worse, a love triangle appears and the whole captivating story transmutes into a romance-driven drama. Undeniably, most of these things would not have happened should Eona stayed who she was in the first instalment. Unfortunately, Eona is this kind of heroine whose behaviour depends not on her circumstances but rather on what she wears. The moment she is free to reveal her true identity, the ascendant Dragoneye changes into an insecure, whiny creature driven by an emotional tsunami.
Oh of course, because she is wearing a skirt, so it is a must. Makes total sense. For me the key quote from this book is "Eona why are you creating problem where there is none? Which is anything but the protagonist I came to love and admire in Eon. Ido was by far the most interesting character in Eona, the most wholesome, credible and complex without becoming his own caricature like Sethon.
To the contrary, fans of Dela count me in will have reasons to complain as she is pushed into the shadow. Similarly fans of Kygo, who suffers because of the opposite shift, into the forefront, and becomes a dictionary version of an emperor-in-waiting. Overall, 3 solid stars with a soft cinnamon sadness of a remembered bond.
Book 1: Aug 05, Keertana rated it it was amazing Shelves: After trying and failing to write a review for this novel for the past two months, I think it's time for me to just step back and admit that sometimes it really isn't possible to write down my thoughts for certain novels.
From looking at the reviews my friends have written for this, ranging from lists to quick short sentences, it's evident that it seems to be a universal malady.
Nevertheless, Eona is a novel that deserves a review. As the sequel to Eon, a novel rich in its exploration of Asian After trying and failing to write a review for this novel for the past two months, I think it's time for me to just step back and admit that sometimes it really isn't possible to write down my thoughts for certain novels.
As the sequel to Eon, a novel rich in its exploration of Asian culture and gender roles, I feel almost obligated to tell others why this book was such a success for me. Eona is different, yet inherently the same, as its predecessor. While both novels feature Eona coming to terms with who she is, Eona takes it all one step further.
Now, as a woman, her quest is suddenly more tumultuous than ever, especially since her position is so blurred. Eona must now face the responsibility that comes with her powers, whether it be to innocent villagers whose lives are somehow sacrificed in the battle of politics or her own friend, Ryko, who she holds immense power over because of her Mirror Dragoneye abilities.
At the same time, there is a delicate balance between the game of love and the game of ambition that is being played between Kygo, Eona, and Lord Ido. Eona is attracted to both men for different reasons and for the first time, I can honestly admit to enjoying a love triangle; perhaps because the romance was never the main aspect of this novel and even more than romantic involvement, there was political involvement between the couples, which only further added to the complexity of this story.
As with its predecessor, Eona continues to impress with the fusion of Asian culture that remains to be a large aspect of its world-building and the flashbacks to the past that Eona experiences of her ancestor all played into the tale remarkably well.
Overall, there isn't anything else I have to say about this one. It was incredible, fast-paced, swoon-worthy, and thought-provoking.
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All in all, Goodman is an author I desperately need more of and if you haven't already picked up this fantasy duet of hers, you definitely need to. View all 14 comments. May 15, Isamlq rated it it was amazing Shelves: I apologize in advance: Yes, I was sheep-like in my reading choices when I first with YA.
Yes, my fan girlyness was easily roused. But I have changed, my tastes, I hope, have evolved, so my love for Eona and the triangle in it could be characterized I apologize in advance: But I have changed, my tastes, I hope, have evolved, so my love for Eona and the triangle in it could be characterized as mere a relapse. Because right now?
My head is spinning! One, I was not expecting this! It went faster than Eon: Two, I enjoyed said emphasis- more than I expected. Completely honestly? I gobbled Eona up! It was emphasis on the romance that did it. I do love a good romance. And it might even have been the triangle that came out of nowhere for me at least.
Patch met all those requirements. I think it's the same me then that's popping out now because I enjoyed EONA for the very same reasons. Why, Ido! The definition of bad ass, the older guy who I had to figure out as either very into power or very into the girl. I loved the idea that love would conquer all enough so that he would choose her over ambition.
I'm cringing a little as I type this, but I was expecting her draw to him to have been strong enough to get him to change. Feb 21, W rated it it was ok. The bad guy from the last book who mercilessly killed and tortured her friends and tried to rape her is all of a sudden a love interest. And even though Eona has been a capable, strong character she is ready to let herself be manipulated because he's just so good I liked the first book in this series, Eon, and the series ended okay, but MAN OH MAN did I want to throw this book across the room so many times!
And even though Eona has been a capable, strong character she is ready to let herself be manipulated because he's just so good looking.
I would have been less frustrated if she had been tempted with the power he offered. That would have made sense, but I loathed the whole love interest idea. Other things that bugged me: She's a pathological liar the entire time. Even when it makes sense to tell the truth she doesn't do it.
The prince should be a little more politically capable. You would think he would be a little less trusting and a little more skilled in intrigue since that is what he was supposedly raised to do. The first book was all about how everyone always had to respect people with a higher position. They couldn't even leave the room if the emperor was in it. But even though Eona is a Lady Dragoneye and the Niaso the emperor's most trusted advisor all of these people are always giving her crap.
It was obnoxious. I didn't love Eona's character in this book - but the people who were supposedly her friends were jerks. And even if they weren't her friends anymore they should have at least pretended to defer to her - that's how the characters would have logically acted in the world that was presented. So, in summary, I liked the first book and I was satisfied with how the series ended, but the level of frustration with the characters in this book almost made me kick my cat.
And she shouldn't have to suffer for the misdeeds of others. Apr 29, Jennie rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Disappointing after the sweeping epic that was Eon: Dragoneye Reborn. I would have rated it lower, but I figured I wasn't being fair. Eona concludes the story started in Eon.
Goodman's prose and plot are rushed; I felt that the events would have been better spread out over two novels to make the saga a trilo Disappointing after the sweeping epic that was Eon: Goodman's prose and plot are rushed; I felt that the events would have been better spread out over two novels to make the saga a trilogy. What started as fairly epic high-fantasy in Eon got dumbed down to very "teen" romance, some of which really grossed me out. I felt that the romance was mostly unnecessary, or so poorly developed that it should have been left out.
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. All of the book, frankly, has humungous consent issues to the point it's a stomach-churning theme. Most of her main characters behave very badly -- the "good guys" include a man who's a murderer and rapist, a girl with some serious control issues, and a boy with hilariously and not in a good way self-defeating pride.
So it's no wonder that the "bad guys" are parodies, detailed as even more unscrupulous rapists, power-mongers, and outright demons. It's really disappointing that such a good set-up had to scrimp on the plot for developing characters I frankly didn't give a damn about -- because they all crossed the Moral Event Horizon five times and turned around to spit on it oh, and she kills off the only "good guys" that do not do terrible things. Read it only if you've already read Eon and anxious to see how it ends.
Otherwise, this is a train-wreck of everything terrible about teen fiction: Then I went downstairs and watched three episodes of the so far pretty mediocre last season of Ugly Betty. This book finds Eona trying to learn to control her dragoneye powers. When she calls the mirror dragon, the ten deserted dragons come charging in, causing massive damage and death.
As the resistance bands together to make an attempt on the throne, Eona finds herself torn between the ambitions of two men. But, are they both merely using her for her power? I have to wonder how much my strong dislike of the narrator ended up ruining this book for me. She seems to rush through the action packed passages and then have to take huge breathy gasps to keep going, sometimes even mid-sentence. No, I am not going to tell you who she was kissing.
But, she breathes like that through the entire book, and it drives. This book has quite a bit more romance highly combustible desire in it. There are a few parts that, taken a few steps further, could have easily gone the way of an erotic novel Alison Goodman, if you ever decide to go this route, please let me know. In fact, I never fully trusted either one of them. When she withholds important information from nearly everyone, the only thing that kept me from getting extremely frustrated with her was my distrust.
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. Once again, I loved every minute of Lady Dela. If my wildest dreams came true, she would be the heroine of her own series someday.
Despite my earlier narrator rant, I did enjoy this book. Alison Goodman knows how to write one hell of an ending! View all 8 comments. May 13, Sarah rated it did not like it. Honestly, I really didn't like this book.
I had been long looking forward to it, because lately I've been in the dumps about literature, and I liked the first one a lot, but instead it left me in a state of book depression for at least a few days- I couldn't think of anything or stop making refeances to the things that I didn't like. I couldn't stand the characters.
As another reviewee put it, everyone but Eona was strong. And that sucked, because the actual plot was really good. But I couldn't Honestly, I really didn't like this book. But I couldn't connect to her at all, and I couldn't stand her relationships.
I almost liked the fact that she was always dancing on the edge of going power-hungary, but the ramance is what my main beef was with. I wish that the author had completely left the romance out.
I think that it would have made the entire story better. Love triangles can be made to work, but the deciding factor if they're good or not, is that you eigther love both guys, or abosolutely love one and hate the other But I hated both of her love interests. I never really felt that she loved the emperor. He didn't sneak into her thoughs, and I hated him. Everytime he kissed her, it was almost in a possessive, 'I have to have everything I want' kind of way.
Which sucked. And I hate how everytime she was with Ido, then she went with the emperor and was all 'omg I love him! Pick one! I actually disliked the emperor so much, that I was pulling for Ido. You should never be that person who is pushing for the bad guy. That's like saying sorry for this horrible referance that I am ashamed to ever make that you hated Edward so much, that you wish Bella would have been with James.
Even though he wanted to kill her. And the emperor couldn't even be with her by law, cause he'll need to have royal wives, and a mountain of royal concubines! Then how in the while wide world do they end up together?!
Is she always just going to be a mistress to him? I liked him. I actually liked the evil fool! There in the end he got a bit crazy, but so would you if the girl you thought was like you and that you trained, and that you loved, and you thought loved you, completely and totally betrayed you in the end!
Because from the sounds of it, she was the only one he was sweet for. He used the only power he had, not for himself, but to help her before he even knew they were coming to rescue him?
That seems a pretty nice thing to do to me. And she led him on. She led him on!!! And I kindda hate her for it. I feel like she made him think she was like him and wanted what he did, and I feel like she just used him. Just blatantly used him. And at least she knew that Ido was useing her. He told her the plan, and she went along with it knowingly.
The emperor used her behind her back and manipulated her feelings to force her to do his bidding. The whole time. And her trust issues!
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I understand them, but then she got so hurt when people didn't trust her. Of course they didn't!! Who in their right mind would when she didn't trust you, you were manipulating her, and she could have totally killed you if she knew your secrets. I wouldn't tell the chick anything!!! And she just used everyone around her! A person with any self respect would not go from making out with a guy to kissing another and saying she only loved one, so it was alright.
And then, after he dies, she realised that she really did actually love Ido a bit. I've been pulling for this guy, and after you betray him, and don't stop him from destroying himself, you realise that the feeling was actually mutual Sorry for the rant, but I really did not have any charcters I liked, other than Ido. Which is just wrong.
Because no matter how brilliant the plot, if the characters fall through, then it is nothing. But you can have a suck fest plot, and as long as the characters are good, you can plow through.
Aug 06, Krystle rated it it was amazing. This book. Eona is everything I expected to be and more. The relationships in this book were fabulous, tension-filled, and had unresolved sexual tension just dripping off the pages. I loved all of it.
Instead of that slow burn the first book had that took a whi This book. Instead of that slow burn the first book had that took a while to build up into the climax, this jumps right away into the good stuff. Eona, my god woman, how I loved and hated you. She was pretty aggravating and annoying for a lot of it with her selfish decisions and flippant attitude toward it. But then again, this is what makes her her. Spare their feelings and worry sort of deal. Not that this is the right thing to do, but it is realistic.
Ah, I loved the romance in this book.
But, boy, some of those scenes were sizzling. Not like other books were they make the romance the whole focus of the book. Now that Eona has come out as a woman, she has to deal with behaving like one. I really loved the whole magical energy world and seeing her unleash a whole slew of bad ass on their enemies. Like how the two characters are going to navigate the trials of their relationship and stuff likes.
I miss this book already. Read it now! Although, I do recommend refreshing your memory with the previous book if you forgot stuff View all 16 comments. Apr 30, Eden rated it it was ok. The cover: Is it just me, or is that girl NOT Asian? Her expression also looks like one of those role-playing games, like the character was made in World of Warcraft or whatever.
The pose is very nice -- the blade looks sufficiently dangerous -- but I can't tell at all what the background image is supposed to be. The book: A disappointing follow-up to Eon , the opening begins with a display of dragon power and a hint about the fate of Lord Ido in Sethon's hands.
After the first cha The cover: After the first chapter, however, the pace is dropped considerably. Travelling across the countryside does not make for interesting reading.
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. However, because the triangle is developed so, the twist ending of the relationship between Eona and Ido seems unrealistic, and the love between Kygo and Eona never seems rooted.
Eona's moral indecision becomes tiring and irritating, especially since she never seems sure of herself. She's never a fully likeable character, especially once she begins to focus more on power. I continously confused Kygo with Ryko -- the similar y and o and the number of letters kept me wondering whether I was reading about the emperor or the eunuch. After the love triangle and the dragons is resolved, a tie-in to Kinra's written message would've made for a more wholesome, circular feel.
Mar 25, Leonie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Excuse me I did not ask to experience the ending of Ruin and Rising all over again. May 04, Limonessa rated it it was amazing Shelves: If you, like me, loved Eon: Dragoneye Reborn , you can't possibly miss this sequel in which the epic story of The Empire of Celestial Dragons comes to a conclusion.
On the GR synopsis up there it says this is a standalone but don't believe that, you can't possibly enjoy this book without all the background information from Eon.
I enjoyed this much more than the first one, many of the things that stressed me out in Eon were already t If you, like me, loved Eon: I enjoyed this much more than the first one, many of the things that stressed me out in Eon were already taken care of in Eona. 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: I was more relaxed and didn't have to pay as much attention as in Eon , where I had to build my knowledge of this world - which is quite articulated, believe me - from scratch.
Second, I was already acquainted with Eona. And since I don't like her, I knew pretty much that, as she had annoyed me before, she would annoy me in this book as well. She didn't disappoint.
She sure was dense. In this one, she is still being a coward and a liar and, while being caught up in a love triangle where she shamelessly makes out with both other factors in the equation, she also acquires instant wisdom and is made the new Emperor's Naiso , responsible for advising His Majesty and being his truth bringer. But, since I already knew her, I didn't spend my time wanting to throttle her and she was almost completely consistent with the person she was in Eon.
I say almost because I was a bit disturbed by the sudden outbreak of hormones which took over her sanity after she "became" a woman. First she was a boy, then she was a nympho.
Ok, I am exaggerating here but you get my point. Since she gets discovered, there is no more Eon, her past five years as a man are forgotten, if not for her outspokenness. Is this possible? Dela, while acting as a man for the whole book, is still a woman inside, is always referred to as a "she" and I liked how Goodman kept the intrinsc difference in the Contraire.But then again, this is what makes her her.
Bizarrely, an erotic and sexual attraction develops between Eona and Ido the man who once tried to rape her! And Ido never really had a chance anyway, even if the scene on the boat was super hot, he was the bad guy after all. Mar 03, Choko rated it really liked it Shelves: Eona voyage. About Alison Goodman.