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I feel like every issue I had with the 1st book of this duology was successfully fixed or improved upon in this sequel. Meanwhile, they are being pursued by the vast army of w What the hell happened?
Eona: The Last Dragoneye
Similarly fans of Kygo, who suffers because of the opposite shift, into the forefront, and becomes a dictionary version of an emperor-in-waiting. I am sad to say that I lost my respect and admiration for Eona. Now that Eona has come out as a woman, she has to deal with behaving like one. I somehow knew that Kygo would be saved and that he and Eona would be together, but whatever.
May 15, Isamlq rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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. See all 13 questions about Eona….
The renegades are on a quest for the black folio, stolen by the drug-riddled Dillon; they must also find Kygo, the young Pearl Emperor, who needs Eona’s power and the black folio if he is to wrest back his throne from the selfstyled “Emperor” Sethon. 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.
The clues were given in a believable manner, spaced out so that it doesn’t seem like clue upon clue is forced upon us. 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: All of the book, frankly, has humungous consent issues to the point it’s a stomach-churning theme.
I gave up on Eon: While eonx, I was so captured in the story, that my life didn’t seem to matter until I finished the book. But beyond Eona are other great characters too. Then how in the while wide world do they end up together?!
Eona: The Last Dragoneye (Eon, #2) by Alison Goodman
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 Varied, exciting and flawed characters The flawed character toodman a particular literary love of mine.
After so many reviews signing its praise, my expectations had soared high and I feel let down now. Apr 30, Eden rated it it was ok. Along with Eona, Ido was the other character I constantly looked out for, eager to see his progression and where he’d end up.
I don’t know what else to say, that will make toodman read this beautiful duology. I loved all of them, and to be honest don’t kill me, please I loved Lord Ido in this book. One thing that disappointed me about the first book was not resolved in the second either.
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Full of magic and colorful descriptions, not just the world, but the story itself is so very much alive. No, I am not going to tell you who she was kissing. On to the protagonist of the story, Eona. The plot dragged sooo much. 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 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.
I didn’t love Eona’s character in this book – but the people who were supposedly her friends were jerks. She turned into a special snowflake.