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2.0 out of 5 starsOur copy had printing issues
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2020
My 9 year old LOVES this series so much that she works hard to earn her own money so that she can buy these books. This copy has major printing issues, as you can see from the photos. Words cut off on multiple pages, and words that run into the binding. Hopefully this was a one time fluke, as I haven’t seen any other reviewers mention it. I gave the book two stars because she was pretty disappointed/frustrated when she reached that point in the book, and it required guessing to finish the lines of text. I was disappointed that she received a book with such issues, when she worked so hard to earn the money for it.
5.0 out of 5 starsAnother amazing book by Erin Hunter
Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2014
I have read the WARRIORS series so many times, and yet every time I pick up an Erin Hunter book, I can not put it down. In this book, the journeying cats have reached the Clans and desperately try to persuade the Clans to leave. RiverClan feels safe because the twolegs destruction has not reached them yet, ShadowClan plan on living in BloodClan's old territory. WindClan want to leave, but are so weak that they must wait for ThunderClan to help. Firestar refuses to leave without the other clans. Ferncloud, Stormfur, and others lose so much and struggle to keep trying in life, but when the cats tat journeyed together see the dying warrior, the Clans know what to do. Stormfur makes a life changing decision.READ THIS BOOK TODAY
My daughter who is 11 is HOOKED on this series. I cannot believe how fast she is a making it through all these books. I can't complain about spending the money especially when she is reading!! Thank You so much for writing a series to get kids interested in reading!! She will stay up way past her bedtime reading. It's hard to argue with her when she says just one more chapter.....
My daughter is 9 and an advanced reader, for her age. She loves this series. And I bought these in this set for her Christmas Advent calender. She loves them. She reads them to take AR tests in school, so we go through a lot of books.
Not as good as a few of the other books, but still a page turner. I really like the reappearances of Spottedleaf. She was a wonderful, inspiring kitty and I was sad to see her die. She is always so soft and endearing when she reappears. But the powerful message was we can all get along whether related or not. Hope for the future🐱
Just so good !!!!!!! Amazing !!!! When I first started these books I was a little weirded out because all the romance was with cats but now I don't understand why I ever cared because it great action adventure and romance of sorts !!!!!!!! And I cried in the last book when Feathertail died it was just so wrong , now I'm going to give part of the book away so stop reading if you don't want to know but it's not a big part , Crowpaw gets his worrior name but he chooses it he says he wants to be crowfeathef to carry the memory of Feathertail the worrior who didn't come back );
Read the title and I loved how dramatic sad and serious it was, Smokepaw falls off a cliff and dies and I saw a video and Erin Hunter (or one of them) said she wanted Ferncloud's life to be sad so she killed off Hollykit and Shrewpaw and Latching to make her be extremely protective over Birchkit/fall so yea nicely done You Heart Killer You :D
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 9, 2012
My son has just taken up reading in a big way and this series has been his first series to keep his attention. He likes the way the author keeps changing from character to character. I can rely on Amazon having the next in the series with quick delivery.