Eon has been revealed as Eona, the first female Dragoneye in hundreds of years. Along with fellow rebels Ryko and Lady Dela, she is on the run from High Lord Sethon's army. The renegades are on a quest for the black folio, stolen by the drug-riddled Dillon; they must also find Kygo, the young... read more
In the second book of the Eon series, Eon has been exposed as Eona, the first female dragoneye in 500 years. Eona, along with Lady Dela, and imperial shadowman, Ryko, must find the young Pearl Emperor, Kygo, and help him restore his place as the rightful heir to the throne. Eona also finds... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
In the second book of the Eon series, Eon has been exposed as Eona, the first female dragoneye in 500 years. Eona, along with Lady Dela, and imperial shadowman, Ryko, must find the young Pearl Emperor, Kygo, and help him restore his place as the rightful heir to the throne. Eona also finds herself unable to control the ten dragons who have lost their dragoneyes, and forms an uneasy alliance with Ido in order for training and help. Kygo makes Eona his Naiso, conflicting their growing romance. Eona is also tormented by memories of her ancestor Kinra, and later learns there never was a contract with the dragons and that the dragons are in fact enslaved. Kinra had tried to steal the Emperor's imperial pearl in order to help the dragons. While trying to attack Sethon, the rebels are captured and Sethon makes to move the pearl from Kygo's neck. Ryko sacrifies himself to give Eona the power to interfere. Eona takes the pearl and tries to give it to the dragons, but Ido stabs Kygo in order to persuade Eona to keep the power with him. She refuses, Ido is consumed by the power, and the dragons are reborn. The Mirror Dragon heals Kygo.
“In war, truth is the first casualty.”Prahn
“They do not want women here to remind them of life-of mercy-when they must embrace war and brutality.”Dela
“Rat turns, Dragon learns, Empire burns. Rat takes, Dragon breaks, Empire wakes.”Highlighted by 6 Kindle customers
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History does not care about the suffering of the individual. Only the outcome of their struggles.”Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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