Over 18 hours later...
Alright, everyone. I can now write a truthful review. I've learned from past experiences not to write a review immediately after finishing a book with an over-the-top ending. What will happen is that I will find all of these flaws only to forget them by the time I finish the book.
As usual, lets start with the cover. It's beautiful, true, but is that suppose to be Eona? She rarely wears her hair down (based on the structure of society in this book), so I don't think that the drawing is particularly accurate.
The content reminded me a lot of Beautiful Darkness. In Beautiful Darkness, Lena was all crazy because she didn't know what the heck she was. And here's Eona who doesn't know what her power is... Let me be frank. She was a mess. I was very, VERY unhappy with the book. But then the ending came along. And then I was the one who was a mess.
Here's the thing; I lie foretelling events in stories. And I was pretty sure I already knew how it was all going to end. But Goodman just HAD to throw the reader a curve ball. I loved the ending. Very much. So much, that I decided to give the book five stars instead of three.
But, one thing.
FOR YOUR CONVINENCE
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I'm mad that Ido turned out to be the rotten person everyone thought he was in Eon. It just seems like a lousy way to get rid of Eona's other love interest.
But the ending was great. If anything, read it for that.
Rating: Five Stars