Eon, a twelve-year-old boy, 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. Violent China-influenced fantasy led by strong girl hero. Read Common Sense Media’s Eon: Dragoneye Reborn review, age rating, and parents guide. Why did I read this book: Eon: Dragoneye Reborn has garnered a lot of buzz both online and in bookstores. This marks one of Penguin’s.
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It is not so two-dimensional, it is also wiser and leaves you with uneasy questions rather than straightforward answers.
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It may not be a truth that others can accept, but I cannot live any other way. In truth, secondary characters were far more interesting than Eon himself. I found it fascinating that the author chose to write a book focusing on a world where power is forbidden to women, and my favorite character was the indelible Lady Dela, Eona’s “contraire” mentor who is a man living as a woman I mean, if you thought a girl with dragons was cool What was important was the terrific story, the tension which was almost too tense at times and the ending which leads straight in to the next book.
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No plot holes here. Sixteen-year-old Eon has a dream, and a mission. The world of the Empire of the Celestial Dragons is simply a magical mix of Chinese mythology and astrology, Feng Shui, Tai Chi meditation and various aspect of many Reborh cultures!
I also like Lord Ido’s character, his is one of the more well-developed ones, and I’m a sucker for ambiguously evil anti-heroes.
The catastrophe at the end was a bit weird. Much to the fury of Lord Ido, all the dragons bow to the Mirror Dragon, including his. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. She summons her dragon, the Queen of the Heavens, and they are united at last, with Eona’s crippled leg healing in the process. Eon deals with the pressure of pretending to be something he isn’t, of all the things he gave up when the choice to pretend to be a boy was made for I think a copy of Eon ought to be on most school library bookshelves.
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This page was last edited on 26 Juneat The setting and writing. It’s a new fantasy dagoneye, written for young adult but which should find great crossover appeal with adults, that captures the magic and wonder I felt picking up the first Potter novel so many years ago.
Just an Excuse by DragonEye reviews Eona feels the flow of energy and goes to investigate its source, only to find Ido, of course. So no surprises for me in this one. There were several sections of this book that captivated rebon, and overall I liked the main character Eona, and her struggle to power.
The main character is a girl pretending to be a boy so there is a lot of information about gender roles but I This is a pretty chunky book for young adult but it was a draggoneye easy read. For me she was a success, but my knowledge of Asian culture is probably heavily pop-culture influenced so take my opinion there with a grain of salt.
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Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. For years, year-old Eon has been training to be a Dragoneye apprentice, a coveted position in which the student serves as the condu I hardly ever read straightforward fantasy, but every once in awhile a book comes along that blows right past all my usual objections to become a new favorite. I am Eona, the Mirror Dragoneye. She went dragonfye suppressing her womanhood to embracing it.
More reviews and more at Cuddlebuggery Book Blog. I loved how the cycle of the ascendant dragons and their Dragoneye’s worked. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Of course, one should rebofn so, since she is the main character, but all the other characters are portrayed somewhat superficially.
What I didn’t like: Prince Kygo flees and his baby brother, the Emperor’s only other heir, is killed by Lord Sethon. I could not stop him.
D I wish I could have seen more of the various dragons in action. This is not one of those books where a girl proves her worth by being able to pass for dtagoneye boy, that being the important measuring stick, you know.
Because Eon is actually Eona, a girl, forbidden to be a Dragoneye warrior and facing certain death if her secret is uncovered. See all reviews. There is an absolutely fantastic transgender character as well as the main character and another minor character are physically disabled.