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Erin Hunter's #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues in Warriors: Omen of the Stars-now featuring fierce new art. The fifth book in this fourth series. Erin Hunter's #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues in Warriors: Omen of the Stars—now featuring fierce new art. The fifth book in. The end of the stars draws near. Three must become four to battle the darkness that lasts forever With a divided StarClan driving a treacherous rift b.
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After that one, I was a bit worried that the condition of th They have the cover picture up for this already?! After that one, I was a bit worried that the condition of the Warriors series was starting to deteriorate a bit. The Forgotten Warrior restored my faith.
The characters were in character, and I thought that Dovewing the forgotten warrior erin hunter Ivypool's personalities were deepened nicely.
Some of those Dark Forest scenes were creepily intense.
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I felt so bad for Ivypool when she had to "kill" Antpelt. I really liked the last line in that chapter: Every sacrifice I make is for the good of my Clan--and for the other Clans around the lake.
Even if that means sacrificing myself. It was chillingly the forgotten warrior erin hunter. I liked Ivypool a lot better than in the other books. The title of the book seems to refer to two different cats.
Both Hollyleaf and Sol returned to ThunderClan.
The Forgotten Warrior
I was expecting Hollyleaf--Sol, not so much. Let me just say, Sol really irritates me.
Hollyleaf used to irritate me a bit, but her personality seems to have changed during her time in the tunnels. To me, she's much more likable now. I hope that Lionblaze and Cinderheart can resolve their issues. Cinderheart is one of my favorite characters, but I like her better as Cinderheart than Cinderpelt.
I wish she would stop being so thickheaded and live her life the way she wants, rather than the way she feels bound by duty to follow. I think that in this case, it's better for her. And, of course, there was Jayfeather.
Warriors: Omen of the Stars #5: The Forgotten Warrior
He's still my favorite. The thing I don't like about Omen of the Stars is the fact that there are more viewpoints, so Jayfeather's isn't chosen as frequently. I was happy when the forgotten warrior erin hunter stood up for himself after being accused of murder.
Really, though--do those cats seriously think a blind medicine cat, no matter how awesome of a blind medicine cat, could manage murder? Before Hollyleaf can confess to the killing, Brambleclaw interrupts her and says he was there at the event, although Hollyleaf hadn't seen him.
Brambleclaw continues to describe how Ashfur had been the one to leap at Hollyleaf. While they fought, Ashfur slipped and fell into the water — Hollyleaf was only acting in self-defense.
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The Clan also finds out it wasn't Sol who saved Poppyfrost's kits — it was Hollyleaf. Being aware of the threat Sol poses to the ThunderClan cats, Hollyleaf begins to prepare ThunderClan warriors for battle by bringing them down in the tunnels for underground battle training, knowing Sol may use the tunnels for WindClan's raid on ThunderClan.
Yellowfang comes in a dream with Jayfeather and angrily demands for him to tell Cinderheart who she really is. Jayfeather, unsure, talks to Leafpool about the situation.
Leafpool immediately objects, because Spottedleaf came to her the forgotten warrior erin hunter a dream saying they should keep quiet in order for Cinderheart to be the warrior she wants to be and do what she couldn't do when she was Cinderpelt.