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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Bizarrely, an erotic and sexual attraction develops between Eona and Ido the man who once tried to rape her! Disappointing after the sweeping epic that was Eon: For me the key quote from this book is “Eona why are you creating problem gooman there is none?

I enjoyed this much more than the good,an one, many of the things that stressed me out in Eon were already taken care of in Gooeman. Everytime he kissed her, it was almost in a possessive, ‘I have to have everything I want’ kind of way.

Every decision Eona has to make is ambiguous and difficult and requiring serious sacrifices, just the way I like them. Both men, Lord Ido, and the Emperor Kygo, are such complex and flawed characters. Eona included, I mean view spoiler [ and I am still pretty frustrated that at the end their relationship isn’t made crystal clear: It was only after she did that that she was able to do what she needed to do.

Eona: The Last Dragoneye

It literally took around pages just to rescue Ido before he could start training Eona. Having finished now, I can safely say it was alidon to read a book with such a flawed heroine, the type of character who usually has to be male.


I am thoroughly impressed by this intelligent, complex and thoughtful story.

It’s a mess and a half. There was a super annoying love triangle between Eona, Kygo, and Ido that took up so much of the plot. 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.

I was so hopeful and the beginning was such a tease. 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. But, boy, some of those scenes were aluson. This book had very many pages, but I totally flew through all of it. The concept of the diary is a good one; goodma other book, the Black Folio and the accompanying Dillon frustrated me to no end. It’s a complicated relationship between two goocman people who are all too aware of each other’s power.

As they focus their power through her, she becomes a dangerous conduit for their plans.

NOT accepting herself, trying to live a lie, was not only literally poisoning her, but also actively prevented her from doing things she needed to do for herself, her friends, and her country.

And it might ny have been the triangle that came out of nowhere for me at least. 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. The clues were eonaa in a believable manner, spaced out so that it doesn’t seem like clue upon clue is forced upon us.


Overall, 3 solid stars with a soft cinnamon sadness of a remembered bond.

Okay, here we go. It’s very much plot driven duology. That seems a pretty nice thing to do to me. Goodman’s land is steeped in power struggles, magic and secrets.

Eona: The Last Dragoneye (Eon, #2) by Alison Goodman

It is one of those cases where you just know it’ll end badly, and it made me think even less of the heroine. Not that he shouldn’t have died, I knew as soon as he made Eona feel conflicted about her feelings that the author would have to get rid of him so Eona could be with Kygo.

I keep thinking about the characters, and thinking about the story and what happened. First she was a boy, then she was a nympho. I hate that I loved this book so much, to be honest. 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.

Eon Series

I feel like every issue I had with the 1st book of this duology goodnan successfully fixed or improved upon in this sequel. Since she gets discovered, there is no more Eon, her past five years as a man are forgotten, if not for her outspokenness. Eona, my god woman, how I loved and hated you. I kept reading with the hope that it would get better… but it never did and the result was me struggling through a nearly page book giodman months.