Bistro Book Club

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Eona by Alison Goodman (3 reviews)


Darby,    14
Alison Goodman
Eona
Viking    2011   

    Eona, amazingly enough, outraces its prequel, Eon. This conclusion to the saga boils your blood, chills your veins, and wrenches your eyes into the book... all in the first sentence. From there, it pulls you into the depths of its pages in an unrealing grip only a good book can pull off! I would definitly recommand this series for any reader.

Rating: 5 Hard to imagine a better book

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Jessica,    15
Alison Goodman
EONA
Penguin Group    2010

       If you love strong-willed women, you will be gladly sucked into Eona's adventures, first as Lord Eon, a Dragoneye, and then as Lady Eona, Naiso to the emperor.    EONA lived up to my expectations born from EON and flew beyond what I expected. Action, Mystery, Hero(ine)ism, with a satisfying dallop of romance thrown in. I had waited for this book for at least two years and was delighted in the results.

Rating: 5 Hard to imagine a better book
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Paul, 16
Alision Goodman
Eona
2010

the age is more of a range of about 14-18

Rating: 5 Hard to imagine a better book

1 comment:

  1. EON sucked me in from the first page. And I expected as much (maybe more) from the sequel. EONA exceeded my expectations, pushing me into the fantastic realm created by characters I could easily connect to, epic battles (physical and spiritual/mental) that made you shiver for more, and topped it was even topped off with an overall fantastic flow and draw that always kept you coming back for more. Definitely a re-read and a recommendation. Even if your not into heavy fantasy.

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