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Sunrise (Warriors: Power of Three #6)

4.32 of 5 stars 4.32  ·  rating details  ·  8,737 ratings  ·  281 reviews
There will be three, kin of your kin . . . who hold the power of the stars in their paws.

A mysterious murder in the ranks has ripped ThunderClan apart. But more secrets still remain to be discovered.

Jayfeather is determined to find out who his real parents are. But he'll have to trample through a forest of lies in order to uncover the truth. Hollyleaf is shocked by her Cla
Hardcover, 318 pages
Published April 21st 2009 by HarperCollins (first published April 9th 2009)
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Sella Malin
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Jul 08, 2009 Kira rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Warrior fans.
RAWR. I couldn't believe what happened to Honeyfern....what happens next then?
Very intense and sad and cliffhangery and frustrating and...I can't wait for the next one!!!
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Dylan Marmie
A terrible crime has been committed; a fellow Thunderclan cat has killed one of their own. The answer to this great mystery may surprise you. Meanwhile Jayfeather, Hollyleaf, and Lionblaze are closer then ever in finding out who their true parents really are. However, the truth is hidden behind a wall off lies that could lead to an unexpected death of one cat. Danger lurks behind every bush and tree, striking out unexpected ways, and the loyalty between family and the warrior code will be teste ...more
I believe that this is one of the worst warriors books that have gone into publication. The only even remotely good and interesting thing that occurs is in the VERY LAST chapter.
That last chapter was...breathtaking and so surprising. I never thought that would have happened. The first half of the book seemed kind of pointless and boring. Jayfeather's chapters were my favorites, and then Hollyleaf's. Throughout the book, I hated Hollyleaf's attitude when she discovered who her real parents were. It was sad to see what happened to Leafpool, she was one of my favorite characters. I've decided to break up the stars I gave this book into sections. I give the first half of th ...more
I really found the Warrior series interesting from the start.I mean,what entertainment can you get out of a book of cats living in a forest?Answer:a journey that branches out into others,prophecies,omens,and mysterious dreams.Although by the second set of books I was exhausted with the mere hint of a prophecy,but the twists and turns had me coming back for more.

However,Erin Hunter seemed to lose the capability to expose secrets bit by bit and make readers question the characters.I felt that ever
Anna G
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Feb 12, 2011 Aoife rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: All warrior fans! Read them in order everyone!
EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yeah this book is a close second to Long Shadows... The prologue is very well written and intriguing indeed! This book is almost as eventful as the last and is very hard to put down as it is like a mystery novel. Thunderclan get really determined to find out who killed ****** and a group of cats travel to the Sundrown place to hunt down sol and to get answers. This book keeps you guessing and is very interesting. When you find out the answer to a big question it was for me a ...more
Synopsis-A mysterious murder has been ripping ThunderClan apart but more secrets are still remaining to be discovered. Jayfeather's determined to find out who his real parents are. Hollyleaf is shocked by her Clan's disobedience of the warrior code, and is distraught enough to strike out someone she has always admired. And Lionblaze has to bear horrified witnesses to events that would change everything he believes.

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This whole series, Power of Three, was a disappointment. There was half-a**ed action, minimal interesting things, and the interesting things that happened were far and few in between. And what happened in between the interesting bits was hardly important. This last book was no different, only more disappointing. From the start of the series, I thought that Hollyleaf was an okay character, but as the series progressed, I began to dislike her more and more. Her obsession with the Warrior
I haven't been this blown away by the Warriors series for... a few years. I totally did not expect the ending. It was great.

I was surprised at how little action (battles, etc.) was in this book, but I suppose it was a nice change. The mystery was good because there were so many suspects and no information given, although I got a bit bored with the fuss over Sol. Sol is developed much more in this book, too, which was great, as I find him to be a fascinating character.

Not entirely sure what to th
This book is the 6th and the last book of the thied warrior series. This book was not the best. It is about solving all the secrets that are out there, like who is the mother of Jayfether, Lionblaze and Hollyleaf and who kills Ashfur. That is all uncovered in this book.

I can make a text to self connection. In this book many cats were blameing sol for the murdur of Ashfur, but he didnt realy do it. I have been in many situations where people have been blamed for something but it wasnt realy the
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I thought that this was the best book in the series. I thought that it tied together all of the questions that the other books lead up to.

Hollyleaf, Jayfeather, and Lionblaze find out that Squirrelflight an Brambleclaw are not their real parents. That means that they are not the three kin from the prophecy right? Well, when they find out the secret that they should never have been born Hollyleaf is outraged. She in the end destroys her real parents, herself and her brothers. In order to find ou
Carlos Javier
Warriors: Sunrise

The book I read was Warriors: Sunrise By: Erin Hunter. Hunter writes her books inspired by her love of animals and her fascination of the reality of real world problems. She is most known for her bestselling Warriors and Seekers series. Erin Hunter is actually the name of three separate people who have joined together to publish their bestselling series. They didn’t want their books in different sections in libraries because of their different last names so they made the name E
The finally book of the third series...
I have to admit this series was more unique than its predecessors. And the whole siblings idea was very relatable. However,maybe the "Power of Three" was too much for the authors.

Throughout this series, the three protagonist definitely grew, but it wasn't enough for me. May I'm too used to the usual coming of age style of Warriors or maybe it was because the authors were taking a different approach by not ending this series with an "And they lived happily
Amanda Weissman
AHHHH!!!!!! Okay this is a lot to get under control!!! Spoiler alert----

Okay, so the three Jayfeather, Lionblaze and Hollyleaf are trying to figure out who their real mother and father are if it isn't Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw. Jayfeather one day finds out that Leafpool put a strange herb in Mousefur's tansy a little after Jayfeather and his litter mates were born. From Littlecloud he finds out that the herb was parsley and would stop nursing queens from producing milk. Then in a dream Yell
Very obvious and if you haven't figured out the plot by the time you begin to read this book you are an idiot. You know the answers to all of the questions the series has left.They're the ones in the back of your mind that you think, no that's WAY too obvious.
So yeah very obvious plot, easy to figure out. I knew who killed ashfur the second we found out he was dead. Erins, rack your brains, come up with something I actually CANNOT see coming from 1000 miles away.
Romeo Gruezo
This book from the Warriors: Power of Three is the best book out of all the previous books and a great way to end the Power of Three series. The story line of this book exceeds all of the others for me giving me surprises along the way with little hints of suspense to hook me on board. This book starts off through amazing suspense and ends the same way making you want to definitely read on and complete the last series of the Warriors. This book kept me on the edge the whole time leading me one w ...more
I am SOOOOOOOO sad that Hollyleaf is dead. She was one of my favourite cats. Anyways, Purdy's back! Purdy is so awesome! Even though he gets me talking like him. He is my favourite loner or kittypet in the books so far. I loved it when they went on the original journey. So so awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I LOVE WARRIORS! 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000
This was a great book, but it is also shocking. In this book two ThunderClan cats are going to die. One bravely defending a clan mate, and the other was a murder and a coward. Who will die? Who killed Ashfur in Long Shadows? And what secrets will finally be uncovered? Will ThunderClan survive or be ripped apart from the inside? Only time will tell, when the next book comes out, in December 2009.
Sunrise (Warriors Power of Three, #6) by Erin Hunter
No doubt, the worst the Warriors series has to offer. The entire series of The Power of Three was already pretty bad to begin with, but I guess someone decided that they had to make the finale as dumb and nonsensical as possible to top it all off. What's wrong with it, you may ask? What isn't wrong with it, is the better question. If you don't want to see spoilers, don't read any further.
First, the book starts off where Long Shadows left off, when Ashfur was found dead in the river and everyone
ok, this book sucked! its not warriors anymore!!! im really mad. they try to keep you reading it by making it sad and depressing, and it works. and they are taking this series way to far! i still am going to read them all cause i want to know how it ends, but im not happy with them.
I still don't know what to think, and I finished the dang book! OOh! I could kill it, and leap for joy at the same time. I think I'm leaning more towards killing it at the moment. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
UI just got this book yesterday and it was sooooo good that I finished it that last night!
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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: Power of Three (6 books)
  • The Sight (Warriors: Power of Three, #1)
  • Dark River (Warriors: Power of Three, #2)
  • Outcast (Warriors: Power of Three, #3)
  • Eclipse (Warriors: Power of Three, #4)
  • Long Shadows (Warriors: Power of Three, #5)
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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“His words are nothing more than mist and sunshine, impossible to hold down.” 41 likes
“There will be three, kin of your kin..." Jayfeather's voice shook as he wondered if he could possibly be right. "Cloudtail is Firestar's kin, Whitewing is Cloudtail's daughter, and now Dovekit and Ivykit...Don't you see? The prophecy isn't over! We aren't the only kin of Firestar's kin. It doesn't matter which of Whitewing's kits is the one. There are still three of us!

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