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Eon by Alison Goodman
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Jan 17, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2011, teen-book-club-selections, young-adult

Crippled Eon was not much of a candidate for Dragoneye, but he trained hard and studied hard. On the day of the ceremony when the Rat Dragoneye was chosen, Eon was overlooked. To everyone's surprise,another dragon emerged choosing Eon. A dragon that had thought to have lost forever, the mirror dragon. But the mirror dragon wants something that Eon cannot give, something Eon has been hiding for years, something that will surely kill him. Eon is really Eona, a female Dragoneye candidate, something that is unheard of. Eona must embrace her true self if she is to truly become one with her dragon.
I really enjoyed this novel,I thought that Eon was a very strong female protagonist and I thought that it portrayed a very good message of being true to oneself.I am looking forward to the sequel Eona coming out in April 2011.
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