After reading Eon I was pretty excited to start Eona as I wanted to see what happened next in this fascinating world.
Eona starts days after where Eon left off. Eona is with the resistance and trying to find Prince Kygo, hoping he is still alive. This book is filled with dragons and mythology that I loved to read about. I love the dragons in this series, the pearls and the dragoneyes are fascinating.
Although I felt like it was missing pieces. I felt like there were things that weren’t explained or were built up but at the end were shrugged off with a mention as if we hadn’t been waiting for it to happen. There were a lot of things mentioned in this book yet I felt like it dragged on and was rather slow. The pacing seemed off. Nothing was happening fast enough.
I have to admit that I didn’t quite like Eona in this at all. Her decisions and thought processes annoyed me, she was very self centred and selfish in this book which took me by surprise. Although when it comes down to the events taking place it makes sense that Eona changed this way. I also came to not like Kygo. It felt weird as I really liked these two characters in the first book.
While there were these few issues for me, Eona was still a fascinating book to read and I’m glad I got to see the end.
– I loved the mythology and the dragons, the world was interesting.
– While the story was interesting it felt like it dragged in places, the pace was slower than I wanted.
– I liked Eona and Kygo in Eon but as this story progressed I felt like Eon became more self centred and selfish and Kygo just wasn’t as interesting or likeable to me.
– I liked the story but felt like I liked book one more than this book.