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The main characters are very well developed and as the story line evolves, the author remained very consistent with the logic of her plot developments.
Only male Dragoneyes are allowed so Eona and her master play a dangerous game and it's crucial that nobody will find out the truth about who Eon really is.
Even if there is going to be a sequel (Or a series), it still felt wrapped up at the end with just enough of a cliffhanger to make you want to read more.
Right from the beginning this story presented itself in a unique way. In a world where the privilege of being a Dragoneye, and training for such, is reserved for males, Eona is at... Read morePublished 18 hours ago by mapleleafmanny
Totally amazing! Well written. One of the best fantasy novels I have read in a very, very, very long time.Published 9 days ago by Aeroia
The book started off very slow and continued that way until the last 100 pages. It really was a bit of a struggle to read this book because of how slow it was. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Heidi
Too predictable for my taste. I knew what was going to happen half-way through the novels.Published 3 months ago by kimeg07
Very riveting. Easy enjoyable great storyline. I felt like I was in the book with the characters. Feeling what they felt and saw.Published 3 months ago by Alicia Barr
The best YA fantasy I've read in years. The only one that rivals it came out a few years after called Seraphina.Published 3 months ago by l.d. roth
I appreciated the way the battle with the enemy resolved at the end (won't say anything more to avoid spoilers). Read morePublished 3 months ago by S. Finch
This is a well written story that grabs your attention from the start. At the conclusion you are left hanging in a way that makes you run out and promptly buy the second book so... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alexis Scott