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5.0 out of 5 starsLong Shadows
Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2014
This book was no exception to the warriors serious. In this story Erin Hunter creates a vivid story in the minds of readers and captures the story on a clan called ThunderClan. Recently ThunderClan has been attacked and a greencough (sickness) outbreak has started. ThunderClan is left weak and almost defenceless. A fire has destroyed the ThunderClan camp. The main characters of this "power of three" edition, LionBlaze, HollyLeaf and Jayfeather are trying to figure out what their parents are and what the prophecy means. At the end, ThunderClan discovered that a cat in their ranks murdered Ashfur, an oridaniry warrior but had a dark secret to tell. This book deserves a try. If you do try it, you won't be disappointed.
I'm hooked on this series of books in a big way. I'm not a kid either, & don't honestly believe this would be a book/series for any kid under the age of 13. They are stories about survival & remind me of Native American books set in prehistoric times.
But for the adult with a fascination for cats, this is the best I've read in a long time. For those who rescue feral cats & are upset by moments of blood & fighting, you probably wouldn't like it. But the entire series of Warrior books are a treasure & I can't put them down. I'm going into withdrawal now, waiting for Book #6 to be delivered in the Power of 3 Series. I can't wait for the next series of Warrior tales to come out! Good job, Erin Hunter! Keep it up - you have a true fan here.
I can’t even describe this amazing series of books. Erin Hunter, you have done it AGAIN. Always managing to create amazing, mysterious, adventurous, creative books for Warriors. This book is another book in the perspective of Jayfeather, Hollyleaf, and Lionblaze. This book really went by fast because of how much a read it. My eyes seem glued to the books. Warriors is very creative, and I couldn’t imagine a world without it!
This book, the 5th book of the Power of Three series, Long Shadows, has left me at a loss for words. When it starts, you feel as though this is only a small part of the series, but as you continue, it reveals more secrets in the Clans than you could ever dream of.
Reviewed in the United States on December 20, 2008
I ordered this book from Amazon and read it all the way through. It's really excellent. I think Jayfeather has the most interesting adventure in this book. Also Hollyleaf's interest in the Warrior code is brought more into focus. I think I know who did what to whom, there were some significant hints at the end of the book. I have to say that it really put a new perspective on an older character and I don't think I will ever see that character in the same light again. I've already ordered the next book and I suggest that every fan of Warriors order this one.
5.0 out of 5 starsWarriors turned my son into a reader!
Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2013
My son loves this series. Before he found the different series by Erin Hunter it was a struggle to get him to read anything. Everything changed when he discovered the Warriors series. As I said, he loves them and as he has gone through these books his reading skills have really improved. He will even read these books on his own, straight through, instead of playing video or computer games! Amazing! Unheard of before Warriors! Even his writing skills have improved and he is now trying his hand at writing similar stories on his own! Thanks so much to the Warriors creators for opening up a whole new world to my son. Well done!
im iris and im nearly ten. jsyk dont read this if u dont like spoilers cause SPOILERALERT.COM!!!!! i cannot get enough of erin hunter (its a pen name actually fyi) its amazing. i loooooooved the bit where jayfeather takes the place of jay's wing from the tribe. i actually get it now! stone song is stoneTELLER, and i think half moon might be brook where small fish swim? either way cant wait to find out. i was slightly disappointed towards the end because it drags a little bit but i dont care. finally jaypaw is a warrior!!! i couldnt believe it when ashfur showed his true colours but im still kinda puzzled cause if ashfurs cross (well WAS cross until he died yay) with brambleclaw then whys he all like its squirrelflights fault. meh. so yea byeeeeeee
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 30, 2017
This book is a welcome addition to the Power of Three series. Secrets and new information are revealed that bring us closer to the finale, and this book really picks up pace towards the end when the stakes are raised against our three heroes. However, as with the other books in the Power of Three series, the pacing can be slow at times. I found the whole thing with Sol to be underwhelming since I found him to be a pretty dull character. There are some pretty tense moments in this book though. Would definitely recommend reading this book and #6 if you've got this far in the series already, but be warned that there's no solid conclusion of all the story arcs unless you read the Omen of the Stars series as well.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 19, 2017
This book is amazing I love all these series and this book was amazing even though you can kinda tell who the 3s mother is if you have read the last series and you can kinda tell which cat killed ashfer fur that makes you want to find out if your gess is true or not in the next book .
It was amazing. I could not put this book down for 1 minute. It totally absorbed me in to it i felt like I was jaypaw/ feather hollyleaf and lionblaze, it was that good. I have got to admit i have cryed reading these books before an i cryed reading this one.
Would highly recommend to 9+ Easy to read and fast i finished in 2 days though i am a11