The Two Pearls of Wisdom is a fantasy novel by Alison Goodman. It follows the story of Eon who has potential to become a Dragoneye, being It was rereleased under the two different titles of Eon: Dragoneye Reborn and Eon: Rise of. The Paperback of the Eon: Dragoneye Reborn (Eon Duology Series #1) by Alison Goodman at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or. Inspired by Asian culture, Goodman (Singing the Dogstar Blues) weaves a fantasy with Eon: Dragoneye Reborn. Alison Goodman, Author.
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The backstory, and mythology is on point.
Lists with This Book. It was literarlly trial and error for half the book. A good deal of the first half of the novel is spent on world-buidling, but it’s done in such an authentic, interesting way, building the character of Eon and those around her that it all feels natural and authentic.
Dragoneyes are the human links to the twelve dragons of good fortune, who provide energy to the earth. But then the Mirror Dragon, mysteriously absent for years, appears at the competition and selects Eona. It ends at a cliffhanger another annoying author trickso perhaps the sequel will be better done.
Eon: Dragoneye Reborn
Eon has a deformity of the hips and no one believes that such a luckless boy would ever be chosen for this most prestigious honor. Apr 28, Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies rated it really liked it Shelves: She’s the Mirror dragon, so dragon and dragoneye have the same name. Rdborn catastrophe at the end was a bit weird.
But to everyone’s surprise, the Mirror Dragon, missing for years, reappears and bonds with Eon. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The story revolves around a feisty heroine and explores the complexities of gender roles with insight and depth.
Except it was mostly won. It’s just irritating to the reader when the main character keeps on making obvious mistakes.
Eon: Dragoneye Reborn Book Review
Yes, I can, Yes, I can! However, as the book went on Eon began to feel emotions.
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 Eastern cultures! She reminds me of Nuriko from one of my favorite anime, Fushigi Yuugi only uglier.
Besides pulling from historical events, Goodman deftly weaves together elements from many different Asian cultures, blending things seamlessly. Much talk of, and characters who are, eunuchs, mentions of castration and gelding, and another major character who is transsexual. It was like when Po became the Dragon Warrior, but anyways: This book was very different feborn Seraphina though, and if I had to compare it to another book I would say it reminded me of a historical Cinderbut I also can’t go without mentioning Mulan.
But you might want to make sure you have the even more amazing sequel lined up for when you’re done. Happily, all that frustration and hopelessness only funds an extremely big pay-off later. And yet, when his goals were accomplished and then somesaid bravery quickly turned into outright cowardice under pressure.
Eon’s master, Heuris Brannon, places all his hope and dwindling wealth into his pupil, who is able to see all twelve dragons in minds’ sight. In the end, Eona is a much stronger person. I’m hopeful Eona will learn more about her goodmman in the goodmam novel. It also clearly lays the groundwork for a sequel that readers will eagerly await.
Eon: Dragoneye Reborn (Eon, #1) by Alison Goodman
Of course, one should hope so, since she is the main character, but all the other characters are portrayed somewhat superficially. Based on 1 review. The plot is amazing! And so should you, you know, since I’m using my massive sheballs to command reborj interest in this series.