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Midnight

Warriors: The New Prophecy, Book 1
Narrated by: MacLeod Andrews
Series: Warriors: The New Prophecy, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 9 mins
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Erin Hunter’s number one nationally best-selling Warriors series continues in Warriors: The New Prophecy!

The first audiobook in this second series, Midnight: Warriors: The New Prophecy, Book 1 brings more adventure, intrigue, and thrilling battles to the epic world of the warrior Clans.

The wild cats of the forest have lived in peace and harmony for many moons - but now, strange messages from their warrior ancestors speak of terrifying new prophecies and a mysterious danger. 

Brambleclaw, a warrior of ThunderClan, may be the cat with the fate of the forest in his paws. Now, he will need all the courage and strength of the greatest warriors to save the Clans.

©2009 Erin Hunter (P)2019 HarperAudio

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awesome series with an awesome reader

awesome series with an awesome reader. loading the next book now and cant wait for it.

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Great New Story In the Warriors Universe

Let me start off this review by stating my bias. I have read these books a million time and they have a special place in my heart and I love the characters dearly. That being said I read this series back when it first came out so while I know basic plot points nuances of relationships and conversations were lost to time. Pacing is a bit awkward due to the fact that they sort of rush through the journey to the Ocean they could have shortened the time spent in the forest where Brambleclaw Squirrelpaw basically are very unsure of the next step due to Starclan's usual ambiguous requests

MacLeod has a good voice but he has disappointed me when he reverts Brambleclaw's unique voice back to the same sort of voice he gave Firestar in the original series, which is a minor complaint but it isn't the only character that ends up with an extremely similar voice to their first series counterparts (often this can be explained by family relation but is a bit disappointing still).

I do recommend reading The Prophecies Begin series (starting with Into The Wild) first if you are new to the Warriors universe (both to see whether you can handle the fantasy elements and some of the more violent scenes as this series ramps it up from a solid PG rating to PG-13). While one can start here and get a pretty good idea of the cats' culture and belief system things make a bit more sense when you have a bit more information about how their society functions.

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