Eon- Rise of the Dragoneye (The Two Pearls of Wisdom, Dragoneye Reborn) ( mobi. Home · Eon- Rise Eon: Dragoneye Reborn Eona: The Last Dragoneye . Also Known As: Two Pearls of Wisdom, Eon: Rise of the Dragoneye, and Eon (All the same book just published with different publishers) Swordplay, dragon. Eon 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 dragons of good fortune.
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As seen on The Readventurer When it comes to fantasy, I am a fan of the dratoneye, girlier type, heavy on romance and relationships and lighter on mythology, magic and dragons.
Her Master has been training her for this dragonwye four years and if she is found out to be a woman she and her Master will both be killed. Jun 25, Choko rated it really liked it Shelves: These were rather amazing dragons too and the world around them was very well thought out. I can do anything Better than you.
Eon: Dragoneye Reborn
rose View all comments. Not the kinds you bring home to your mom. Let me explain – everything. This book had no setting, though I’m assuming it’s China. He had his moments, but they were overshadowed by his reoccurring sexism, arrogance, and manipulative nature kept my dislike of him concrete throughout both books. The book is by no means perfect, however. Romance is sparse in Eon, but hints of a relationship between these two, however improbable it may seem, more than made up for rie.
I really appreciated the exploration of gender dynamics. I did not guess a lot of things and I was really surprised at times, obviously in a good way!
I am Eona, the Mirror Dragoneye. For characterisation, plot, and overall worldbuilding. If Eon had felt more of an inclination to male characterisics then this book wouldve been totally fine. But Eon has a dangerous secret. And to avoid more abuse Eon lived almost religiously by that one thought, resulting in a sociopath feel to the POV but thats neither here or dragpneye. This isn’t a cliche woman dressing up as male to manipulate a situation while secretly plotting shit.
As simply as I can say it, the Ascendant Dragoneye is the man in charge of the Council.
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One is the universe worldbuilding, it is traditional asian kind. Riwe he also has a dark secret. Sexism is pretty much the norm here and Eon knows that even people she considers friends might turn on her if they knew the truth.
I won’t say that it bored me exactly, but there was nothing there to keep me turning the pages apart from a determination to finish what I’ve started.
And one of her friends in the book is an actual transperson.
Lynn Aoude This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ The dragon’s name was Eona. I would’ve liked it way more if I didn’t have to scream “WTF?!?!?!?!?
Eon- Rise of the Dragoneye (The Two Pearls of Wisdom, Dragoneye Reborn) (mobi
Eon takes place in a world full of Tise inspired myths and legacy. Eona was an engaging character though so it somewhat made up for the iffy pacing.
As I said, this book inspired a variety of emotions in me, most of them extreme. Back when this book was released I had abandoned it after some 50 pages dragkneye it had reminded me on another dragon-book which I found much better Nihal of the Land of the Windnow after giving it another chance I must admit that it differs a lot from the other one, though they do have some obvious parallels. I don’t get it Rowling did seven novels and one short story collection ago.
That being said, I found it pretty disconcerting that while there were “Chinese-looking” terms and names for things e. Find your brain while you’re at it, m’kay? By the time this story begins Eon thinks of himself in boy terms, referring to Eona as his shadow self and pushing tye self farther away at every opportunity.
Eon is not just a girl acting like thhe boy, she actually feels the need to become Eon. I was tired of Eona’s constant bemoaning about women having no power. Twelve-year-old Eon has been in training for years. Eon, a disfigured, weak candidate is given the lowest odds of deagoneye and viewed as useless by his teachers.
I loved that Dela told Eona that women did have power – Eona was so down on women she didn’t even notice the strengths the women around her had. When Eon’s secret tue to come to light, she and her sragoneye are plunged into grave danger and a deadly struggle for the Imperial throne.
He and his master hope that he will be chosen as a Dragoneye — an apprentice to one of the twelve energy dragons of good fortune.