Lionpaw, Hollypaw, and Jaypaw—grandchildren of the Clan leader Firestar—are thriving as the newest ThunderClan apprentices. Yet with their new responsibilities come new experiences, new power . . . and secret dangers.
Lionpaw makes a friend—and a discovery—that must be kept hidden; Jaypaw learns a secret that could benefit ThunderClandangers.Lionpaw ...more
Also I have come to the conclusion that Squirrelflight is not the mother of Jaypaw, Hollypaw and Lionpaw. I believe Leafpool is there mother. If you have read this book you might see why I think this. :-)
With more experience comes both power and danger: Lionpaw makes a friendship--and a discovery--that must be kept hidden; Jaypaw learns a secret that could benefit ThunderClan by damaging others; and Hollypaw knows something that could avert a battle, if she could convince the rest of her Clan.
The three are torn apart as each discovers darkness: in themselves, in the Clans, and in the past. And, as conflict begins over what it means to be a warrior, rising tensions threaten to ...more
The characters just felt SO fake, like the author didn't eat any thought donuts that day. I also just didn't like the style of this particular Erin Hunter. There are six Erin Hunters, so my theory is that, because there is six main arcs, they have one author per arc. And this author just is not very good.
Hoping for better books in the POT a ...more
Jaypaw is less of a whiner in this one, and has some cool visions. I mean, REALLY cool visions. He's like the Jace Beleren of the Warriors world: mind magic, blue, etc. Pretty cool.
Hollypaw is kind of weird. She d ...more
After reading the first of this series, The Sight, I was very keen to start reading this book so I did immediately afterwards. This is where my first praise goes - to the smoothness in which the first book led to the second. I find that many author find it difficult to go into a sequel and a) Provide all the need information and b) Make i ...more
During this time the Cats, Hollypaw ...more
Never count the little guy out! "Warriors" follows the story/bloodline of a cat name Rusty/ (view spoiler)[ Firepaw/ Fireheart/Firestar (hide spoiler)], a little orange house cat wants to be free more than anything in the world. He finds out quickly that the forest is a much bigger and dangerous world than he bargained for. He starts a new life with new friends and a new name, rising above discrimination and fighting to prov ...more
I kind of felt like Jawpaw grew a little here, he isn’t as much of a grouch but that could just be because I can’t remember the rest of the series.
The writing here was better and I loved that we are getting to see the really ancient cats and exploring the tunnels a bit. I kind of feel like this could have just been an unneeded extension of the first and second series but the w ...more
Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. As well as having a great respect f ...more