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 spin–off series The New Prophecy. These cats' devoted fans have catapulted them onto national bestseller lists, and the support...more
I really enjoyed the first 6 "Warriors" books and felt the series stood complete at the end of that firs ...more
Once again I find myself thoroughly surprised at how much these books make me sad and happy all at the same time. As time goes on I find myself loving this series more and more. I will be so sad when eventually I finish it...
Basically nothing happened in this one. NOTHING. The entire 320 pages consisted of nothing but the Clans settling into their new home. Exploring. ...more
This is the first Warriors audiobook that I've listened to without MacLeod Andrews. This narrator is very good, but it's hard to change. It's weird that she is using accents to differentiate cats when Andrews used tone.
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
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
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
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
They hate each other!
Personally, I've never found the "tsundere" kind of romances very believable, but Leaf/Crow isn't even that. They just straight up hate each other. Crowfeather is and always has been insufferable (are we meant to like him at all? I genuinely can't tell, because the Erins seem to love him, but I can't see how anyone could like him), and Leafpool ...more
Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natur ...more