Before there is peace, blood will spill blood.The Clans have finally arrived in their new home, following the prophecies of their warrior ancestors. The journey was difficult enough, but now they must struggle to establish territories and learn the hidden dangers of this unfamiliar world. Most importantly, Leafpaw knows they must find a replacement for the Moonstone, a place to communicate with StarClan. Otherwise there will be no way to choose new leaders, no way to share medicine cat secrets, and no way to know whether the Clans are on the right path.
The future seems uncertain, and more than one cat is harboring sinister plans that could lead to violence and darkness. As all the warriors wait for a sign, some of them begin to realize that the threats they face in the forest may not be as perilous as the threats they face from within.
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As a devoted Warrior cats (or Warriors, as it was later renamed to), This review may be biased. One thing I love about the series in general is it's amazing and in-depth story arcs, and this book definitely lives up to my hype about the series. It is a major turning point in the entire series and it was handled perfectly; the characters' reactions, worries and excitement about their new home was right on and I could definitely empathize with them all.
It's hard to pick a favourite character as every single one of them is so[ unique and interesting. But if I was going to choose, I would say Brambleclaw and the way he was handled particularly stood out to me. We got to see his struggle with separating from the original cats from the journey to the sun-drown place in detail, his craving for power and the uncertainties that came with it as well as how he struggles with knowing that Hawkfrost is his half-brother and that Squirrelflight doesn't trust Hawkfrost at all; and subsequently, the tension that comes between them.
I have not seen any of her other readings yet, as not many of the Warriors books are audio books as of yet, but I'd be glad to do so when I can. This one is great, it's clear and well spoken. The only issue I have with it is that some of the voices of the characters don't sound right, but then again, I don't expect her to be able to do a perfect male voice. Overall, it was great to hear my favourite book series get a reading as great as this one.
There wasn't a time in the book that didn't move me; it is amazing.
I would love it if more of these books are turned into audiobooks in the future, be it by Nanatte, or someone equally as talented.
I would recommend this to anyone. As people often say, this series doesn't seem to appeal to just one audience; it's a cat story, so you would assume it's for children, but it has quite a bit of gore and some genuinely adult and familiar themes which could point towards teens or above. So I would recommend it for people who love adventure, a bit of gore at times or love cats, like I do.