Do take note that this is from Harper Children's Audio. The narrator lends a cartoonish aspect where even many of the older characters still sound li..Show More »ke children--which can be hard to listen to at first. There were also so many names being thrown around, that initially it was hard to follow and to know which of the characters were of actual consequence to the plot. Otherwise the story line was okay, but I probably won't go out of my way to get more books in the series.
I have read/listened the whole Warrior Cats series and found it interesting. However, in this book, things have changed a bit. The story is always the..Show More » same and the characters in this book are too proud to admit defeat. And that's BORING. I mean, come on. Who would want to listen to an audio book about wild cats fussing over tiny problems ALL the time. This story can really interest you at first, but you would get tired of it in a few hours.