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5.0 out of 5 starsMAXIMUM POWER
Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2016
I must say after reading this amazing book, "Erin Hunter, you did it again." From the time I read Into the Wild, to Ravenpaw's Path, I have been abosolutely obsessed with Warriors. This is without a doubt the world's best series of books ever. Despite being allergic to cats, I have always liked them, and longed to have one, but I couldn't, and my friend knew that so he got me into Warriors. These books are the stuff of legends, due to their level of pure awesomeness. I would read them if I were you.
Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2020
It was a great book!! I really liked 'The proposis began' and 'The new proposi', but this is a different kind of a story. I really liked Jaypaw(thogh he was a little grumpy..) and I think his powars were great!! But its a little bit confused.... Is Jaypaw, Hollypaw, and Lionpaw are the three? Then who's Dowvwing? I think I shoud read along.
But my mom dosen't let me!! She sads to read it all agean an agean...
Anyway, it was a great book,.and I really liked Jaypaw. I am really curious about the next book;'DARK RIVER' ^·^~
The book was...... ok. It was a bit boring. I cant see how Hollyleaf and Lionblaze are so special though. However, i love Jayfeather! He is a real inspiration to cats with disabilities, even though he is quite grumpy. I liked how he can read cats minds. Overall ok book. I alway think the first and second books in all the warriors series are a bit dull, though. Maybe Dark River will change my mind :) Note: Im a bit confused about Cinderpaw/Cinderpelt thing. Maybe Dark River will explain more *** stars
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2016
11 year old Daughter;
I have been hooked to these books since I started reading them. The Power Of Three is an especially excited series, and I definitely recommend that you read this book, and the rest of the series. If you haven't read any of the other books, you should read them too.
5.0 out of 5 stars'beautiful and heartwarming yet filled with drama'
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 15, 2018
I LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCH! In this painfully emotional extract we meet three new charactors. When you first read the book you will find it difficult to get into because you are used to following the stories of Brambleclaw and Squirrelflight but soon you will fall in love with Jaypaw: A blind tom with a stubborn attitude, Hollypaw; an intelligent young she cat who finds making her mind up difficult and Lionpaw; a feirce and loyal golden tom. In this book Jaypaw, Hollypaw and Lionpaw struggle with their emotions and tough decisions. Jaypaw just wishes that he could become a strong warrior, Hollypaw doesn't know really what she wants in her life and Lionpaw isn't sure if his litter mates are doing the right thing... Following the tales of three adventurous young cats Jaypaw, Lionpaw and Jaypaw have to decide what path they want to take but it's not as easy as they think it is: Hollypaw ends up doubting her decision and Jaypaw with his stubbornness does not understand his destiny. The three cats go through the tough challenge of being separated and each day Jaypaw feels more and more depressed and isolated. He goes to the moonpool alone to speak with starclan where he finds his destiny yet he still does not understand his destiny until finally he overhears Firestar speaking with Starclan and he finds out that he, Hollypaw and Lionpaw are unimaginably powerful and suddenly the fact that he is blind does not matter any more.
Now, I have to say I enjoyed the great gathering enough to earn it one star, otherwise I would've thought it zero. It was boring, the main characters were boring, Greystripe's return wasn't highlighted enough. Nothing happened. Nobody died except Molepaw who didn't even die in the book and a unnamed Shadowclan elder. I was tired of this book by the end, though the gathering was a pleasing suprise, especially the way all clans gathered! All in all, not very good, but not awful, because of the meaning of the great gathering.
Hi im iris and im nearly 10. This book and the other serieses are literally mind-blowing. im on the 15th book (outcast; power of three) and i just cannot get enough. for kids aged 9-14 id guess, and i guarantee that once youve got going you will be hooked for like months. ;)
5.0 out of 5 starsBrillian tales from Warriors author, yet again : )
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 14, 2012
Bought these for my son in Primary School, who is now nearly fourteen, an still re-reads them. The epic tales are wonderous! He never gets fed up reading them. So glad I happened over one of the books a few years ago in a charity book shop and bought it for him then. He would never have gotten the chance to read such an amazing collection of tales.