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Starlight (Warriors: The New Prophecy #4)

4.26 of 5 stars 4.26  ·  rating details  ·  13,291 ratings  ·  291 reviews
The Clans have finally arrived in their new home, and now they must struggle to establish territories and learn the hidden dangers of this unfamiliar world. Most importantly, they must find a replacement for the Moonstone--a place to commun
ebook, 352 pages
Published November 6th 2007 by HarperCollins (first published December 19th 2005)
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Benjamin Thomas
I've completed the 4th book in Erin Hunter's "Warrior: The New Prophecy" series, "Starlight". My regular readers will remember that I'm working my way through this young adult series that depicts the lives of an entire culture of cats living in the wild. This is the second set of six books about these cats and I am happy to report this book returns to the roots of what makes these books great.

I really enjoyed the first 6 "Warriors" books and felt the series stood complete at the end of that firs
This book wasn't one of my favorites in the Warriors series, I don't like the way Brambleclaw is acting right now. He keeps worrying about Tigerstar and all that stuff.... It's getting a little bit annoying when the Tigerstar thing keeps being brought up. But, it was still a good book, just compared to the others it was a little slow.
Sep 23, 2007 JJ rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: 9-12 year olds who like cats and/or fantasy
Shelves: cat_books, fantasy
good kitties, good book.
In the book I am currently reading called WARRIORS, STARLIGHT, the main characters are Brambleclaw, Crowfeather, Tawnypelt, Mistyfoot, and Squirrelflight. Brambleclaw is a warrior from thunderclan and is a dark brown tabby tom with amber eyes. Crowfeather is a warrior from windclan and is a dark gray, almost black tabby withblue eyes. Tawnypelt is a warrior from shadowclan and is a tortoishell she-cat with green eyes. Mistyfoot is the deputy of riverclan and is a gray she-cat with blue eyes. La ...more
Basic synopsis: Now that the clans have found their new home, tensions again rise as territory is sorted out, death of a leader brings rise to uncertainty in all clans, and they must find a way to contact Starclan before it's too late. A new prophecy arises: Before there is peace, blood will spill blood and the lake will run red.

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
Black Dog
The remaining 4 of the 6 explorers have successfully lead their Clans to the new home. Borders will be divided and territories,explored. Involving characters forced to break friendship ties,cats exploring their new territories, and a leader dying,only to be replaced by a new one.A defiant rebellion will clash against allied forces for power. This book is extremely exciting as loation is changed as you follow the exploring cats. I reccommend this book to cat lovers. IN FACT,I RECCOMMEND THE WHOLE ...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,
This is probably one of the better books in the second arc of this series, as much for the story itself as for the promise it leaves for the rest of the arc. Now that we have some cats with a lot of really interesting history with eachother, the authors are able to do a better job with creating interpersonal (intercatural?) tension that's believable and intriguing. Added to that, we have a new setting, which we are exploring with the characters. Everything is new, but still has a weight behind i ...more
Jessica Mcmahon
"Starlight" is the fourth installment of the "Warriors: The New Prophecy" series. Now, a warning to any "Warriors" fans, this book isn't like the other books that you are used to. This one is slower and isn't as action packed, but either way it was a good book.
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
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
The clans have found a new home and they must settle the boundaries. There is a cat who is craving power, MUDCLAW, and the old wind clan leader is close to being dead. The clans have finally made it to their new home. They have to find homes for each of the clans, camps that can be made.

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The New Prophecy Warriors: Starlight Author: Erin Hunter Genre: Action and adventure
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
Ashlyn Overby
In this book by Erin Hunter, the four clans finally manage to reach their new home after their long journey. However, having a new and safer home will come with responsibilities and challenges. These challenges include having the clans decide the new territories and homes, this also includes setting new bounderies. The clans begin to lose faith after realizing that they don't have a moonstone, the sacred place where they communicate to their ancestors, anymore. During these hard times, trouble i ...more
Hunter K
Star light
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.

Main characters
The tribe- they live in the mountains.
The four clans- they united as one on the journey and then went back
Another filler? Overall I enjoyed reading about my favorite warrior cats but I didn't feel that very much happened.
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Melissa E.
Only two books to go in the New Prophecy set, and I'm already bummed about eventually coming to the end! I'm so attached to these cats, I really hope that all of them make an appearance in the Power of Three set as well.

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
Things are starting to heat up again, and Tigerstar's influence may not be completely gone from the lives of the Clans. Every cat is simply trying to get on with their lives and explore their new home, but tensions are rising, alliances are forming, and cats with ambition are trying to claw their way to the top. It really is an interesting idea, especially the tension between Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw. Both are misunderstand each other at every turn, just like young humans. I can't wait to ...more
This book is awesome! I was in the edge of my seat the whole time, exited to see what troubles will come with the four clans new homes!
Michelle  (Crazy Cat Lady)
Squirrelflight is very frustrating in this book, more than ever; to a lesser extent, so is Leafpaw/pool. (view spoiler) ...more
Amanda Weissman
It was really good but it was a little slow. I don't want Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw fighting all the time which takes away a little bit of the excitement.
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
This book countinues the endless story of the cats of the clans. Though it was not the best I've read in the series, I was again not disappointed. She always meets my expectations. The only thing I don't like as much in these books, is that every book a cat has to die. I suppose it happens to keep the story moving along, but sometimes I want to keep my eyes dry and hear about their lives. But, perhaps that would get boring. I'm just hoping that in the next few books, something besides death will ...more
Lynn B.
Now that the Clans finally have arrived at their new living spot, they have a new task: choosing territories, which is hard, since each Clan has different requirements for theirs. Leafpaw also has to look for a new place to communicate with StarClan since Moonstone is gone, while Brambleclaw starts meeting more and more with his ambitious brother Hawkfrost.

Overall this was a really decent installment of the "New Prophecy" Arc. So far I only saw the second book as...okay, and just that, but this
It was amazing! The four clans finally got to there new home! A little bit after, TallStar, the WindClan leader, died. Before he died, TallStar changed his deputy from Mudclaw to Onewhisker. Mudclaw was very very angry about that. Later, with Hawkfrost, he did a rebellion with ShadowClan warriors against Onewhisker. Onewhisker wasn't able to receive his nine lives and leader name, because they couldn't find a way to communicate with StarClan. He made is deputy Ashfoot, who was CrowFeather's moth ...more
Shannon Morrissey
Jul 13, 2014 Shannon Morrissey rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone who likes cats and everyone who wants a good plot!
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The wild cat Clans have finally arrived in their “new” homes, and must now struggle to establish territories, rebuild old boundaries, and learn the hidden dangers of the unfamiliar world. Most importantly they have to find a replacement for Moonstone, the place they used to go to deeply communicate with StarClan. While the medicine cats look for a new Moonstone the warriors need to keep a look out for more then one cat that's harboring evil plans that could lead to violence and darkness. The ca ...more
This book was very exciteing. The 4 clans finaly arive from their long journy from their old homes. In this book the clans have to split up once more and divide their terotories. They finaly find there homes but everyone is grabing terotorie so fast. As wind clan settels Tallstar dies. His last words were to apoint a new deputy instead of Mudclaw. Mudclaw and Hawkfrost then gather cats from other clans and attack wind clan because they believe that Mudclaw is the real leader. In their new home ...more
Erin Hunter's Warriors the New Prophecy: Starlight is part 4 of a great series revolving around three main characters. Brambleclaw, the dark tabby who is haunted by his father's evil motives of the past, is having many arguments with Squirrelflight, a ginger she-cat whom he cares about deeply, about his half-brother's loyalty towards his Clan. Squirrelflight's sister, Leafpaw, a light brown tabby she-cat, is a medicine cat and is beginning to wonder if she made the right decision by becoming one ...more
Well the book was actually 3.5 but 4 stars is a bit more than it deserves.
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
Sebastian Babione
I am still reading and I will add more when I am further. So far they left the forest because twolegs (humans) where destroying the forest. They destroyed it to build a new thunderpath (road). Then the clans had to prepare to leave because all the prey was leaving or dieting and rabbits where being poisoned and cats kept dieing. Then they where on their way to highstones but stoped by ravenpaws for the night. The next morning they slept too late and by knight fall close to mother mouth they spot ...more
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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: The New Prophecy (6 books)
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  • Moonrise (Warriors: The New Prophecy, #2)
  • Dawn (Warriors: The New Prophecy, #3)
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“Look Rushtail," Crowfeather was meowing frustratedly "WindClan is gathering farther down the hill. If you stay here, you'll get mixed up with ThunderClan" "So?" ThunderClan never did me any harm," rasped the elder "I'm not moving a pawstep from here, young fellow, until I've had something to eat" Crowfeather rolled his eyes " Great StarClan” 16 likes
“Ambition gripped Brambleclaw like an eagle’s talons. Hard as it was to admit it, he knew that he wanted to be deputy, and then leader, of his Clan. Was this what Tigerstar had felt? he wondered.” 0 likes
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