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Warriors: Mistystar's Omen (Warriors Novellas)

4.34 of 5 stars 4.34  ·  rating details  ·  1,031 ratings  ·  30 reviews
A devastating challenge for the new leader of RiverClan . . .





In this original Warriors novella, when Leopardstar loses her ninth life, her longtime deputy, Mistyfoot, steps up to receive her new name—Mistystar—and lead her Clan through a troublesome time. But Mistystar is about to discover a shocking secret about RiverClan, and her leadership is plunged into crisis as soon
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ebook, 128 pages
Published September 11th 2012 by HarperCollins
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Michelle E.
Mistystar discover's Mothwing's secret and must do whatever is best for her clan, though the solution is not the one that first springs to mind. This Warriors ebook was more exciting to read than Hollyleaf's story because there was more action, and interaction among several different cats; whereas in Hollyleaf's Story, it was just Hollyleaf (albeit in the rare company of Fallen Leaves).
Elizabethk
I found this book very interesting, how Mistystar leader of river clan found out her medicine cat Mothwing didn't believe in star clan. Misty star was very shocked at this discovery because all medicine cats have to believe in star clan so they can find out what may happen in the future e.g maybe, there will be a battle between all 4 clans or she might be able to find out omens.So Mistystar stops Mothwing from been a medicine cat and sends her to the elders den.Then Mistystar goes to this place ...more
Anna
‘Mistystar’s Omen’ provides a great insight into the life of RiverClan and all the difficulties it faced after the draught that happened in The Fourth Apprentice. Mistystar had always been an appealing character to read about and she presents an interesting perspective since her old age gives her experience to guide the Clan, but also doubts about her abilities as a leader. Moreover, her relationship with her son Reedwhisker plays an important role in the book, and we learn the fate of her other ...more
jarrad winter
Great Book

Great Book

Pretty amazing book tells side stories that you would never learn Amazing !!!!!!!!! buy it you are never going to regret it
Ashley
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Lahari
a. Fantasy

b. 90 pgs

c. Mistystar’s Omen is about Mistystar right after she becomes a leader. When she goes to the Moonpool to receive her nine lives she learns a shocking secret. Mistystar doesn’t know how to deal with it. She wonders if she should ask that cat to step down, or should she leave things how they are and accept the fact. In the meantime two apprentices get caught by dogs and Mistystar, Reedwhisker, Mallownose, Graymist, and Robinwing go rescue them. While they are fighting the dogs
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Hannah Gehret
Okay book

Okay book

Mistystar's Omen is an okay book. Personally I thought that it would be more interesting and longer. It is based after Leapordstar dies. Mistyfoot becomes leader and finds out about Mothwing's secret.
MistyWish
OMG I LOVE MistyStar I think LeopardStar made the right decision making her deputy when MistyStar's brother died I know she'll be a FANTASTIC leader just like her mother just without someone plotting against her I.e
Tigerstar with Bluestar
Janiel Perez
This book is a small novella for the extra warrior series. This book showed how Mistyfoot became the leader or Riverclan when Leapordstar died. Also there are secrets hidden in the book. I found this book to be fun
Harold Degenhardt
The book

This book was to short a pretty much meaningless. Except that it told what RiverClan felt after the drought. What's wrong is that it stopped at 73%.









Tina Gomme
I love warriors

I love warriors

I love all the books you should definitively check them out
the first one is into the wild read it








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I really liked seeing what life in RiverClan is. Short but great.
Selena Pearson
Good but Short

It was about (like the title says) Mistystar and her medicine cat, Mothwing. I don't want to give away anymore but be warned that this book is fairly short, but I loved it nonetheless.
Gabby
It was really good.
Angie
The book title starting with M for the A-Z 2015 challenge.
Abby
This was a very short, very brief book. I did enjoy the fact that it allowed me as a reader to delve deeper into the mind of Mistystar, and to be able to experience the everyday life of a Riverclan cat. I did not like the shortness of it though. It had more of a sneak-peak kind of feel to it than an actual book.

It was good, but unsatisfactory and I'm not sure it was worth the price of admission.
james claggett
Wow!

another amazing book by erin hunter to read. I am just amazed of how she can right such amazing books about animals and had written more than 125 animal books and still counting
Cameron
Mistystar, one of my favorite characters (I'm partial to RiverClan), has just been awarded the proper recognition and respect from her Clanmates and became leader. But, a shocking secret forces Mistystar to banish Mothwing from being medicine cat. Will Mothwing be forced to live out the rest of her days as an elder, or will an omen save her position? Find out and read this fascinating short story!
Alexandria
It is a very short story, but it gives you a small insight into what life is like in Riverclan shortly after The Fourth Apprentice. Mistyfoot is very critical and cold to her long time friend Mothwing when she learns of Mothwing's relationship with Starclan. They story itself felt more like a lesson with it being about different beliefs. Overall though, Mistystar's Omen was a good, quick read.
Natalie Dixon
It was a little boringn but it was mean how mistystar was so rude to Mothwing when he found out her seceret.
Danielle
I really like these little side books that go with the Warriors series. It helps you understand a little better on what was happening "behind the scenes" you could say. I would've never guess that Mistystar doubted Mothwing. This really helps. I loved it! :)
Terra
It was not as good as the title let on. Also the main character (Mistystar) had a strong bias or "stuck upness" towards one of the other characters, which, in my opinion, was a turn off. I still reaaly liked the book.
Stephanie Allen
This was a good look into Mistystar's beginning as a clan leader. I knew that Mothwing's disbelief would come out eventually. It was good to get closure on that aspect.
Micheline (Lunar Rainbows Reviews)
This is amazing news! Another Warriors SE coming out! At least we still some things to look forward to now that the original series has ended :D
Kris
It's interesting to know what Mistystar was thinking about shortly after she became River Clans leaders.

This is an ebook novella.
Geri
It was really good it's very intresting to see the clan side of Mistystar!
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Erin Hunter is the pseudonym of five people: Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, Tui T. Sutherland, Gillian Phillips, and Inbali Iserles, as well as editor Victoria Holmes. Together, they write the Warriors series as well as the Seekers series. Erin Hunter is working on a new series now called Survivors.

Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. As
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Other Books in the Series

Warriors Novellas (9 books)
  • Hollyleaf's Story (Warriors Novellas)
  • Cloudstar's Journey (Warriors Novellas)
  • Tigerclaw's Fury (Warriors Novellas)
  • Leafpool's Wish (Warriors Novellas)
  • Dovewing's Silence (Warriors Novellas)
  • Mapleshade's Vengeance (Warriors Novellas)
  • Goosefeather's Curse (Warriors Novellas)
  • Ravenpaw's Farewell (Warriors Novellas)
Into the Wild (Warriors, #1) Fire and Ice (Warriors, #2) Forest of Secrets (Warriors, #3) The Darkest Hour (Warriors, #6) Rising Storm (Warriors, #4)

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“There was a pause as Leopardstar strained to take a breath, and Mistyfoot half rose, ready to call for help. Then Leopardstar relaxed again. "I am sorry not to have known the joy of having kits. There was a time when I thought it might happen, but it was not to be." Her words faded away as though she was picturing something she had dreamed of long ago. "Perhaps it was for the best. But I would have been proud to call you my daughter, Mistyfoot.” 3 likes
“I believe in the importance of learning from what has been discovered before. And in how precious health is, and how hard I must work to preserve it in all my Clanmates. The fact that the world of signs, omens, and dreams that have hidden meanings is closed to me doesn’t feel like something is missing, Mistystar. I respect what you believe. You must respect what matters to me.” 0 likes
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