Eona

Eona

The Last Dragoneye

eBook - 2011
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Facing the ultimate battle for control of the land she calls home, Eona finds herself waging an internal battle every bit as devastating as the war threatening to break out across the kingdom.
Publisher: New York :, Viking,, [2011]
Copyright Date: © 2011.
ISBN: 9780143180494
0143180495
Branch Call Number: ELECTRONIC RESOURCE
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Shiromaru
Dec 29, 2018

While I get where a lot of the complaints are coming from, I was actually alright with the ending. To prevent from spoiling I won't go into detail, but while it lacked deescalation, it was still powerful closure and elicited such a strong emotional reaction from me that I couldn't stop thinking about it long after I finished reading. Our female lead is forced to make such a difficult decision that as a reader, you just can't help but wonder what would've happened had she chosen differently.

Some other complaints were about the love triangle. I personally found it surprisingly well-executed, mostly thanks to Goodman's decision to take it beyond simple love—the relationship between Eona and her love interests also deeply explore the ideas of morality, power, ambition, and trust.

(Also, I'd recommend reading this book as an older teen or young adult. I read it for the first time when I was still in elementary school, and there were a lot of themes I failed to pick up the first time around, simply because I was too young to really understand them.)

ArapahoeStaff1 Sep 06, 2016

A riveting continuation of Eon, where girls do incredible things! Make sure to read this soon after Eon, to remember all the details!

blue_jaguar_257 Aug 12, 2013

an interesting yet thrilling book

lolsmileyface342 Jun 11, 2013

I absolutely hated the ending. The rest was pretty good. Eona was very well written.

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dixiedog
Jun 02, 2013

Eona - The Last Dragoneye: It is a weird book, complex, and hard to follow but it is an excellent sequel to Eon – Dragoneye Reborn. I do recommend this book to older teenagers because of the content. Doctor-at-Bass! T. A.

ARIEL D SMITH Apr 14, 2013

This book is awesome too, more romance though with Eona and more time with her dragon and its powers. Good read, sad ending with some deaths but good. book one was better but this is good too, the ending kind of sucks though. i hate how it ends and i found myself liking Ion again.

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Books_01234
Jan 04, 2013

You people have no idea what you are talking about! It was such a good book. It was different, I admit, but it had a lot more drama than the first. Loved it!

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skywalker13
Sep 09, 2012

Not nearly as good as the first book. Seriously weirdly paced and the story just kind of jerks along. Goodman should have stuck to one book, in my opinion.

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OLIVER DUNN
Aug 25, 2012

good book

sabrina9 Jul 15, 2012

love this book

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KMMacfarlane
Dec 15, 2018

Sexual Content: Many references are made. Definitely not for younger audiences

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