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by Owen Richardson,Allen Douglas,Erin Hunter


My son loves the Warriors books.

My son loves the Warriors books. For a 14 yr old who typically wants a video game over a book, this impresses me. He enjoys the pace and writing in these novels, and the subject matter interests him.

Erin Hunter (Author), Owen Richardson (Illustrator), Allen Douglas (Illustrator) & 0 more.

by Erin Hunter (Author), Owen Richardson (Illustrator), Allen Douglas (Illustrator) & 0 more. Erin Hunter is inspired by a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world

by Erin Hunter (Author), Owen Richardson (Illustrator), Allen Douglas (Illustrator) & 0 more. Erin Hunter is inspired by a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. As well as having great respect for nature in all its forms, Erin enjoys creating rich mythical explanations for animal behavior. She is also the author of the bestselling Warriors and Seekers series.

With a divided StarClan driving a treacherous rift between the four warrior Clans, the spirits of the Dark Forest are gaining strength.

Three must become four to battle the darkness that lasts forever. With a divided StarClan driving a treacherous rift between the four warrior Clans, the spirits of the Dark Forest are gaining strength. Ivypool’s role as a spy is becoming more dangerous with each passing day. Dovewing is haunted by nightmares about the mountains and finds herself paralyzed by fear of what lies ahead.

Warriors Adventure Game. Owen Richardson, Allen Douglas. Издание: иллюстрированное. Books by Erin Hunter. Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. In addition to having great respect for nature in all its forms, Erin enjoys creating rich mythical explanations for animal behavior. She is also the author of the Seekers, Survivors, and Bravelands series.

illustrated by Owen Richardson, Allen Douglas. Then an outsider appears in ThunderClan’s midst, spreading discord and pushing the Clans further apart.

Owen Richardson is the main cover artist for the Warriors series. I have been fortunate to work with the best designers and directors in bringing these pictures to life; and we have worked hard to reimagine them in a new and beautiful series of covers that might inspire new Clans of readers. I sincerely hope you approve of the new covers. For it is in the imagination of you, the faithful readers of this series that these characters are truly brought to life.

Erin Hunter, Owen Richardson, Allen Douglas. A divided StarClan has driven a deep rift between the warrior Clans, and the spirits of the Dark Forest are gaining strength. Now the warrior cats must decide whose word they can trust-before it's too late. A divided StarClan has driven a treacherous rift between the four warrior Clans, and the spirits of the Dark Forest are gaining strength. As tensions reach a breaking point, an outsider suddenly appears in ThunderClan's midst, spreading discord and pushing the Clans even further apart. Now, with Clanmates turning against one another and a full-scale battle looming closer, the warrior cats will be forced to choose whose word they can trust-before.

The end of the stars draws near.Three must become four to battlethe darkness that lasts forever. . . .

A divided StarClan has driven a treacherous rift between the four warrior Clans, and the spirits of the Dark Forest are gaining strength. As tensions reach a breaking point, an outsider suddenly appears in ThunderClan's midst, spreading discord and pushing the Clans even further apart. Now, with Clanmates turning against one another and a full-scale battle looming closer, the warrior cats will be forced to choose whose word they can trust—before it's too late.

Voodoogore
Good. I thought one thing. Good. Nothing "outstanding", just good. It was not okay, or bad either, it was good. I thought Hollyleaf coming back was a great way to twist the plot, and add the the conflict to the Dark Forest. First off, let us just say Sol had his own problems. Young warriors, (Mousewhisker, etc...), where to "easily swayed" with Sol. I know Erin was trying to make Sol a big spotlight of the book, but in my opinion fell short in the matter of logic. The young warriors where way to easy going with Sol. Never influenced by older warriors treating Sol with mistrust, and never took a second chance to ACTUALLY THINK OUT WHAT THEY WHERE DOING. They knew older warriors and elders said the same thing about Sol, he is mysterious, trouble making, and causes Clans tons of problems. Especially with Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and Dovewing, who cannot deal with side distractions like Sol, over the Dark Forest. Didn't they think the attack on Windclan was "mysterious"? And how did Ivypool, and Dovewing go down in the tunnels the exact moment Sol was plotting with Windlcan? Anyways, enough criticism for one review. I loved Hollyleaf. Many say she went insane when she found out Leafpool and Crowfeather where her real parents, not Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw, but I think what she did was not completely, but "somewhat" justified. Not to mention after she came back from MOONS of exile (one moon = one month), she helped the clan take on Windclan because of Sol. Where would Thunderclan be without Hollyleaf? Mainly overall the book was somewhat good, not bad, and Hollyleaf coming back made the book have a special twist, which made it better. A good read.
TheSuspect
Hey everyone! Its Mintstar from weatherclan. Not now lionfur i am busy! sorry about that. Anyways, here is my review on this book:

Honestly, i've never really liked ivypool to start but after this book i completely dispise her. she actually likes the dark forest now. somebody needs to give her a piece of my mind!

But i mean HOLLYLEAF ACTUALLY IS ALIVE! i burst into tears of joy when i found out that she survived.

Dovewing has been one of my favorite chracters and i FREAK OUT when i find out that she actually almost lost her powers.

What was Jayfeather thinking telling cinderheart about her past??

well i have got to go some of my warriors are arguing.

Mintstar of Weatherclan
Reddefender
Hi. It's me,Sunheart. I think it's amazing Hollyleaf survived. Until I read Hollyleaf's Story, I really thought she was dead. I think Dawnpelt might have more sense than to blame Jayfeather for Flametail's death. Only Rock telling him to let Flametail die did Jayfeather survive himself. It would be a tragedy for them both to die. And Tigerheart, too. He actually believed his sister of an unfair accusation! Oh, Thunderstar's calling me to organize patrols; I'm deputy! Anyway, I've got to go. PineClan never seem to respect borders, they never have. Bye! MoonClan be with you on your travels!
Moogura
My son loves the Warriors books. For a 14 yr old who typically wants a video game over a book, this impresses me. He enjoys the pace and writing in these novels, and the subject matter interests him. He even named a pet after a character in this series.

The book arrived quickly and was new, as stated. A great value as well. I now get all of his Warriors books on Amazon.
Pameala
As if it wasn't already tense, the erin hunter alias wasted no time in bringing this story to life. But the death of those in Starclan seems too final, I'm sorry. And, where did cats come from? There doesn't seem to even be a meaning to existence. Why not just go die? Life is pointless. There is no supreme being. There is no supernatural force. Starclan is powerless to prevent things from happening. This is why we need God. And in my mind, so do the cats.
Nilabor
Hollyleaf has returned in The Forgotten Warrior. Bringing with her more secrets and surprises. Dovewing begins to lose her powers, Ivypool is becoming more of Dark Forest cat than she intends. The search for the fourth cat is on. Could it be Hollyleaf? Mothwing? Ivypool? Who knows? Find out in The Forgotten Warrior. The best book ever!
Warriors: Omen of the Stars #5: The Forgotten Warrior ebook
Author:
Owen Richardson,Allen Douglas,Erin Hunter
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Publisher:
HarperCollins; Reprint edition (December 26, 2012)
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384 pages
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