Dragoneye Reborn

eBook - 2010
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Sixteen-year-old Eon hopes to become an apprentice to one of the twelve energy dragons of good fortune and learn to be its main interpreter, but to do so will require much, including keeping secret that she is a girl.
Publisher: New York, New York : Firebird/Penguin Group, 2010, c2008
ISBN: 9780143178736
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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GCPL_Teen Jul 07, 2017

Yes! Yes! Yes! This book is AMAZING. Easily in my top ten favorite YA Fantasy books, and maybe even in my top five. This book follows Eon, a girl disguised as a boy, who enters into a contest of sorts to see if she can become the next dragoneye. Eon isn't your normal main character. She's flawed, both physically and mentally, and her battle to show her strengths and become a beautiful character is what makes this book so great. On top of that, the cultural references to china make this book special, and not another one of your standard medieval fantasy reads. The action keeps the book's pace quick, but the characters are who you fall in love with and stay for. The great part? There's a second book, and it was just as amazing.

Jun 19, 2016

This book has it all - A strong female protagonist, a great plot, transgender representation - couldn't recomend it more

Mar 12, 2015

This novel is definitely in my top 10 favorites. I loved the fact that the details were very in depth to the point where you can imagine the scenery but it wasn't boring. The characters were so believable and I particularly loved the feminism- was it feminism? I don't know, but I loved the intricate plot twists that had me giggling with glee or still with shock. Recommended.

Jan 05, 2015

i like this book

green_fox_202 Jul 24, 2014

loved this book!! i would stay up till 11-12 in the night just to read it . the plot was really good. It made you want to read more. At first I was hesitant but after I read the first chapter I was really into it. Great book. People should read it if they like Mythology.

Oct 24, 2013

Excellent book!

mvkramer Sep 27, 2013

This book was great, action-packed, a girl-power story, and set in pseudo-Asia, unlike a lot of pseudo-European fantast novels. Sadly, the sequel - Eona: The Last Dragoneye - does not live up to its promise.

Aug 08, 2013

Eon was an enthralling book. Although I didn't mean to i read it start to finish the day I borrowed it which I rarely do. I would recommend this book to all but children to read.

lolsmileyface342 Jun 11, 2013

This book was absolutely amazing. I just couldn't wait to read the next book which was equally as stunning. However, I did not like the way "Eona" ended.

ARIEL D SMITH Apr 14, 2013

Lovely written, great action and amazing characters, you will NOT be disappointed. This is a delicious read and keeps you interest so enjoy!

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mvkramer Sep 27, 2013

Eon has a hard life -- although lame, he is training to be a Dragoneye, the symbiotic companion of a spirit dragon. If he is chosen, Eon will wield great power, and enjoy a status far above his humble birth. Eon also has a secret -- he is really Eona, a girl, and if Eona is found out, she will be executed.

Feb 22, 2011

Eon is a cripple Dragoneye candidate, but he has the ability to see all twelve energy dragons at will, making him special. Even so, he was looked down upon, but he needed to become the Rat Dragoneye: otherwise, his master would have nothing left, and the friends he has made of some of his master's servants would be doomed to worse conditions than they were already in. But Eon could not give up hope, even if he was actually a 16-year-old girl named Eona and it was forbidden for females to use Dragon magic. If found out, she was as good as dead. But an unseen chance takes Eona on a path of more danger and more risks than she first imagined, and suddenly more than just the fate of her friends and master lie on her shoulders.


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