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Eon: Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman
Cover Artist: Sammy Yuen, Jr.
Review by Colleen Cahill
Viking Juvenile Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780670062270
Date: 26 December 2008 List Price $19.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

What if I told you a story about a young person who seems the last candidate for an important post but overcomes the odds through determination and talent? There are many books that would fit that description, but what if I threw in that there were dragons? Many would think of Ann McCaffrey's Dragon Flight, but this snapshot also describes Alison Goodman's Eon. Both works use that classic trope of a young person rising above humble beginnings and what is most important, they both also write a great story. And having dragons in it does not hurt at all.

From official release/information:

Product Description: Eon has been studying the ancient art of Dragon Magic for four years, hoping he'll be able to apprentice to one of the twelve energy dragons of good fortune. But he also has a dark secret. He is actually Eona, a sixteen-year-old girl who has been living a dangerous lie for the chance to become a Dragoneye, the human link to an energy dragon's power. It is forbidden for females to practice the Dragon Magic and, if discovered, Eon faces a terrible death. After a dazzling sword ceremony, Eon's affinity with the twelve dragons catapults him into the treacherous world of the Imperial court where he makes a powerful enemy, Lord Ido. As tension builds and Eon's desperate lie comes to light, readers won't be able to stop turning the pages …

(Source: Viking Juvenile)

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