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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However, I’m witholding judgment in this case as Eona is still discovering her own feminine identity. However, as the book went on Eon began to feel emotions. Set preferences to see our top age-appropriate picks for your kids.

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Eon: Dragoneye Reborn

To say that there is much at stake is an understatement, the balance between life and death ever so thin. I saw it coming.

It was like when Po became the Dragon Warrior, but anyways: Damn was this girl stupid. I really recommend it for high school aged teenagers.

She puts the pieces together and is horrified to find that Ido wishes for the two of them to be the only two Dragoneyes left alive. The story takes you into a wonderfully created world, heavily Asian influenced, closest to the Chinese traditions during the feudal period, and the author has the perfect prose to make it feel authentic and real.


Teen, 14 years old Written by Hennadragon June 10, Maybe in the next book.

Recommended to Rebodn by: Definitely a must-read, if you haven’t already. I found the character building somewhat lacking. We know from modern technology that our brains are wired differently and may in fact work differently.

Actually I thiink it was only anger. It was okay, and I might get around to reading the second half. This stupid little girl allows herself to fall in lust with the power mad and steroid raged man who not eonn tried to violently rape her, but who succeeded in brutally murdering several of her friends and starting a traitorous revolt that resulted in the deaths of thousands. For Your Drwgoneye Log in Sign me up.

Continue reading Show less. Most of the time I don’t drragoneye. I highly recommend these two books for anyone looking for something different than the usual Young Adult or Adult fantasy, and a truly remarkable story.

If her secret were discovered, her life would be danger, as well as the lives of those around her. The answers to everything Eon is asking and how many mistakes he’s making are really really obvious.

Like, not even a single urge, even though it sounded like something I would adore. They can also debate whether there is any difference between realistic violence and fantasy-based violence. View all 22 comments.

For years, he’s been studying sword-work and magic, toward one end. Give it a try soon! It’s an entertaining read given depth because of the interesting characters, not just Eon, the struggling Dragoneye who is hiding the fact that she is actually a woman, but also supporting characters such as Lady Dela, a transgendered Court Lady who becomes a faithful friend and ally to Eon. She believes that her femininity hinders her.


Books by Alison Goodman. The plot was really quite cool and exciting once you got more into the book, but it took me forever to get there because it was pretty slow and I kept having to reread things to try and understand what was going on. Sucks to be you!

He doesn’t have the easy courage of a Katniss, or the admirable and stoic, heroism of a Harry Potter. She panics, without knowledge as for who to trust except her close friend Lady Dela born a man but who is a woman in spirit and Dela’s bodyguard, the dragonye Ryko. So the upshot is: One high point of the audio version which, overall, left a lot to be desired. It made her look stupid that she couldn’t see the cause and effect, but that was literally my only complaint in the book, and even that can be explained by the extreme stress she’s under and her almost total lack of outside support.

Women have no place in the don of the dragon magic.