Friday, March 2, 2012

Warriors: Sign of The Moon by Erin Hunter

  • Reading Level: Ages 10 and up
  • Hardcover: 352 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (April 5, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • Buy the Book: Amazon

The end of the stars draws near.
Three must become four to battle
the darkness that lasts forever. . . .
The dark forces that have driven a rift between the four warrior Clans are growing stronger. Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and Dovepaw now know that unless they can unravel the true meaning behind the prophecy that binds them, the warrior code could be destroyed forever.
While Lionblaze remains focused on protecting ThunderClan from another deadly battle, Jayfeather receives a desperate plea for help from the Tribe of Rushing Water. He must travel to the mountains in search of answers that link the Clans to the Tribe in ways no cat could have imagined. But with the summons comes an ominous warning that suggests the power of the stars may not be enough to save the Clans.

     Yeah, warriors, they're not actually that bad. I'm going to be in ninth grade next year and I'll still read them even then. I have actually had this one on my shelf since last year when it came out, which is kinda sad because I usually finish one of these in a day with breaks. But this one was kinda slow at the start and then I found out my least favorite cat in the whole entire series was going to come back in the next book and I was like, "meh." But it turned out to be pretty good, Jayfeather has a special medicine cat quest and Lionblaze seems to be pretty happy protecting the clan and Dovewing and the others are all happy. Except Leafpool. *Tear* She seems like she'll never see happiness again! JK lol, but still, she isn't very happy and it's sad because I liked her. Oh well, but yeah this book has some action here, a little romance there, the usual for warriors.

     I love Lionblaze, Jayfeather and Dovewing they are my current favorites because they are the three! I like how Dovewing is so nice and sweet and then Jayfeather can be soo grumpy then be kinda okay ish then be grumpy again. And Lionblaze is awesome period. I will always like Sandstorm and Squirrelflight and Leafpool, mother and daughters. But mostly Squirrelflight because she knows when to rip you apart and when to not rip you apart, and when it's a go she won't hesitate to rip you apart!
      I don't really not like Firestar but he's soo old! He needs to retire, he's only got like two lives left and when he only has one he really needs to retire! But before he does somebody kill Brambleclaw so that Lionblaze can be deputy then leader! Lionstar! Mwahahaha! And those two are okay compared to Hollyleaf! She gave away the biggest secret ever to the WHOLE forest at a gathering! And then Leafpool lost her med-cat ness and Brambleclaw dumped Squirrelflight for protecting her sister and her sister's kits!
     Overall the book wasn't bad, there's nothing really mature or bad like language in this book because it's for kids, so if you haven't read this book you should give it a try and read multiple books because it takes a few to get to the good parts like the big battle and all the fun stuff like betrayal and secret romance! lol I'm hopeless! Haha oh well!

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