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Warriors: Omen of the Stars #1: The Fourth Apprentice Hardcover – November 24, 2009
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From the Back Cover
After the sharp-eyed jay and the roaring lion, peace will come . . .
It has been foretold that Jayfeather and Lionblaze will hold the power of the stars in their paws. Now they must wait for a sign from StarClan to tell them which of their Clanmates will complete the prophecy.--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Top Customer Reviews
But I read on.
Past the first few chapters, reminding us of our Warriors universe, introducing us to some new problems, and reminding us of the last six books, the story began to take shape. A new Main Character was introduced, and although I was unsure at first, I found I liked her spunky attitude and loyalty to her kin. As well as the new character, I was reunited with some old friends, some I had missed, others I hadn't. Lionblaze, who I had despised in the TPOT, caught me now as a sort of flat character, one who seemed to meld into the background. Jayfeather, my second favorite of the original three, surprised me with his maturity and insecurity, and I found his chapters to be thoroughly enticing.
After the first few chapters of dryness, I found with pleasure that the story really started to heat up. A somewhat original plot was introduced, and pleasantly it wasn't about beating around the bush to find the titled 'Fourth Apprentice'. Instead, it was getting right to the point and giving us what we wanted. To have a straightforward answer, here she is, here's what she can do, here's how she does it.Read more ›
The Summary: Still grieving over the death of their sister Hollyleaf, Jayfeather and Lionblaze begin the search for the third cat in the Prophecy. Then two kits are born Ivykit/Ivypaw and Dovekit/Dovepaw. Then, Lionblaze realizes that Dovepaw, his apprentice, can see and hear things no other cat can see, including creatures that are creating a dam to stop the flow of water to the lake!!!!!! With the water amount dropping rapidly no cat is sure if it is a good choice to send cats to fix the problem. Also, tension between Ivypaw and Dovepaw rise. Will the sisters become enemies? Finally, the choice is made. They will send cats to see if the river is blocked. But will any of them return alive? As the other cats go on their quest to see if the river is blocked Jayfeather deals with problems near home.
You will find that you ask the questions that I mentioned, and you'll get them!! If you love books, if you hate books, if you're neutral you'll love this book.
and finally I was able to find out who is the fourth apprentice, to fullfil the ancient prophecy. This book starts by a heartbreaking event: A drought has struck the cats' territory. All that remains of the formerly big lake is a small pool of water which is now constantly shared/fought over by the four cat clans. All the little animals that the cat eat are either dying or dead. It's difficult to even find the herbs for the medicine tents because everything is so dry and dying.
Lionblaze and Dovepaw are sent to go on a dangerous mission to save the clans.
Dovepaw has a vision of a beaver dam blocking the river. Lionblaze believes her and convinces Firestar to send a patrol to remove this dam.
Erin Hunter is actually many different writers, and not just one person. The author has written three sets of Warrior cat -books
I would recommend "Warriors: Omen of the Stars: The Fourth Apprentice" to children/YA/adults who like cats, action and adventure. Other similar books besides the Warrior -series, that the readers might like, are the Seekers by Erin Hunter, and also the new Animellis Island -series.
This was a very intriguing book and once you pick it up you won't want to put it down because you want to know about the prophecy's cats and also what will the cats do to help themselves in this drastic situation.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Better than the last two of the previous series... still not sure if I will let my granddaughter read this next series... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Avid Reader
Great book to the start of a great series. Great to see another warriors series coming out can't wait for more.Published 1 month ago by Sarah Muren
Another great one in a long line. Hope there are many more to come!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like that this is avabil I love warriors and I think that if you like cats and action this is a good choice for you.Published 2 months ago by Smithskull21
I lined the book, it has so much adventure and I get sucked in after each chapter 😀😄😀Published 4 months ago by youngkat
My son loves the Warriors books. For a 14 yr old who typically wants a video game over a book, this impresses me. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rachel Cash
Great book. Really entertaining with a twist, especially at the end of the story. If you love Warriors, you'll like the first book in the Omen of the Stars season.😸😻👍👌Published 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
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