Starlight (Warriors: The New Prophecy #4)
Before there is peace, blood will spill blood, and the lake will run red...
The gripping adventure that began with a small housecat in Into the Wild continues with Book Four of the thrilling Warriors spinoff series The New Prophecy. These cats' devoted fans have catapulted them onto national bestseller lists, and the support for the series grows stronger with every book....more
I really enjoyed the first 6 "Warriors" books and felt the series stood complete at the end of that firs ...more
More character development! PLEASE! Leafpaw and Brambleclaw are the cats this book follows and Leafpaw...falls in love. Well...sort of. There isn't much development betw ...more
I think that this continuation of Warriors was great. The alternating point of views were perfect, character development and characterization were incredible, and the overall plotline was exciting. I love the constant feeling f anticipation that resides in all Warriors books. You know something exciting and usually unexpected is going to happen at the end, but you're not sure what. This is where the alternating point of views come into play. Cat A thinks Cat B is good and trustworthy, ...more
Now, for the story:
When the clans move into their new lake territory, more than one cat is facing difficulties. Brambleclaw is having trouble whether to trust his half brother Hawkfrost, or the love of his life, Squirrelflight, who would n ...more
They finally get to there new home but all of the cats were weak and tried. The cats that went on the tribe to the sun-drown place went and explored the area. When they finally moved in to soul mates were fighting. One of them found a new cat to hang around. But as he tries to forgive her she just doesn’t lison. Though some cat has a plan to take over. Crowfeaither sonly after the death of Feathiertail he is now in love with someone new.
I liked this book because you can’t give u ...more
(view spoiler)[ The cats find a home and the wind-clan leader, Tallster, dies. The cat mudclaw was demoted from deputy and then onewhisker was made the deputy right before he died, making onewhisker the wind-clan ...more
The main characters in the story would be Brambleclaw, Leafpaw, Squirrelfight, Crowfeather and Tawnypelt. Four of the six cats are back home with their clans. Stormfur stayed in the tribe because of his love for the she-cat Brook and Feathertail died when trying to save Crowpaw from Sharptooth. The cats warned the clans and all worked together to find a new home. They travelled wide and far. They finally make it ...more
They lost in the mountains when they find the tribe of rushing water. The tribe helps them get out of the cold and feed them. Stormfur stays with the tribe unexpectedly. The tribe brings them to exactly where they wanted to go. They start to establish territories. Then a group of cats attack windclan to kill Onewhisker. Onewhisker survives and becomes leader.
The tribe- they live in the mountains.
The four clans- they united as one on the journey and then went back ...more
Okay, book starts with the clans having arrived in the new territory sending some cats around the lake to explore. They find camps for each clan and the fighting between the journeyers begins as Crowfeather pulls away and later Squirrelflight distrusts Brambleclaw because of Hawkfrost. Then there is the battle with Mudclaw just after Leafpool discovers the moonpool a ...more
It's tough to talk about why I loved this book so much without getting into spoilers, so I'll just gloss over the details. The Clans work at establishing their new territories, and the politics really start to explode as old rivalries return. All of the cats struggle with this a ...more
I'm still getting used to the fact that they have new territories and am really anxious to figure out what before there is peace, blood will spill blood and the lake will run red.
Hawkfrost.... At first we were introduced to him as evil, like his father but unlike his half siblings and sister Mothwing. He now seems different and like a g ...more
After the dreadful 3rd book on the second series doubts started to overcome me and they kept telling me that the second series really sucks -_-
The first book in my opinion was amazing and the second was very good but it was nothing comparing to the original series and the 3rd book was horrible just like I said before. But what about this one?!
So all the cats arrived to their new place and they are trying to settle down ...more
This book is definitely a transition book, leading to a main event and not an adventure story itself. The book basically details how the cats deal with setting up the territories in their new home. All of the medicine cats are having dreams about the lake filling with blood. There is a lot of political maneuvering betwee ...more
Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. As ...more