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The Last Hope (Warriors: Omen of the Stars No. 6) Hardcover – April 3, 2012
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From the Back Cover
The end of the stars draws near. Three must become four to battle the darkness that lasts forever.
The battle between the Dark Forest and the warrior Clans has arrived. Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and Dovewing wait desperately for the fourth cat who is prophesied to help them—and who may be their only hope for survival.--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. In addition to having great respect for nature in all its forms, Erin enjoys creating rich mythical explanations for animal behavior. She is also the author of the bestselling Seekers and Survivors series.
Top Customer Reviews
Younger readers might find some of the battles disturbing because of the deaths involved of beloved characters. This is definitely a book for older Warriors fans.
There were things I liked about this book including an exciting confrontation between Firestar and Tigerstar, The powers of the three being used to protect the Clans, the finding of the fourth cat, which was both surprising to me, and very satisfying as to who it was. I also liked how many of the relationship problems between various characters were dealt with in the novel. Leafpool and her kits deal with their relationship problems, Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw deal with theirs, even Crowfeather discusses his feelings about Breezepelt and his other kits, and also his feelings about Leafpool.Read more ›
But I used a whole box of tissues way.
Let the spoilers begin.
I hated how it had to go to 70% of the way done, on the Kindle Edition, until the battle begun. Considering there was an adventure Game in this book, that only left 10% of the book for the battle.
When Hollyleaf died, teats when my first tears came out. But when Fallen Leaves came.... there went a lot of the tissues :'D
I loved Mousefur. I really, really loved that cranky elder. She was in EVERY single Warriors book, which made me think she was like, invincible. When she died.... It felt so UNFAIR. I would have let any other character die in her place. THAT used up most of the tissues.
Next went Ferncloud. IT was not too upsetting for me, as she was never really my favorite. But I thought how unfair it was to Dustpelt... more tissues gone xD
Almost done. SPOTTEDLEAF DIED! </3 That seriously broke my heart. Knowing she died, and died again, was baaad. But when I realized her spirit was non-existent now, I used up everything but a few tissues. I could not believe it... Poor Firestar </3
I had to begin re-using tissues once Firestar died. I still don't see how he died though. Was it the lightning or something? 0_0
Overrall... I can't re-read the series again. Not until all this has been erased from my memory, pretty much. I just won't be able to see Firestar in any of the books. I know he's dead. OR Spottedleaf, while she is in Starclan. I know she isn't there anymore.
1. Jayfeather found out in the beginning that he needed to find Flametail, but it takes until half of the book for him to finally go find him. He knows he needs to do that and forgets it like it's nothing. Yeah, he's taking care of his Clan and everything, but he can take the time to dream himself into StarClan for a night.
2. All of the main antagonists were practically killed all in the same chapter, on the same page. All the cats, who were destined to kill them...all they had to do was pin them to the ground, and then they all died instantly as if they weren't the ones who came up with all of the highly advanced battle tactics of the Dark Forest. Did the Erins ever hear about Ken Follett's page-turn? Their deaths needed to happen at different times!
3. Spottedleaf really should not have died. She was, after all, killed by another cat in the first Warriors book ever written. But it's even worse this time around, since none of the warriors believe in another form of the afterlife. Honestly, there needs to be something after StarClan. The cats can't disappear into nothingness. They should have beliefs like Native Americans where people live on in the earth, the rain, the wind, etc.
4. The good warriors who died weren't the ones who I expected to die except for Firestar. Mousefur, Ferncloud, Spottedleaf, Hollyleaf...an elder, a queen, a dead medicine cat, a character we haven't seen or heard of forever...are you kidding me? I expected half of ThunderClan to die! I mean, it is the biggest and most dangerous battle for the Clans cats both dead and alive.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
(Before we begin, this review will be narrated as if the reader is a StarClan cat, and the reviewer is a ThunderClan kit. Enjoy...)
*Fanfare plays in background. Read more
so amazing. i was so close to tears.i laughed and was even sorry for some of the dark forest warriors. i loved this book.Published 21 days ago by melinda pippenger
So sad! I wondered when Firestar would be more a part of the story again, but now? So sad?Published 25 days ago by C. Shillig
I loved it. Cried like a baby at the end. Keep these great books coming.Published 1 month ago by kathleen alaimo
The finale of the warriors was a very sad when so many cats died. Amazing description of an amazing book.
My lo loves all the warriors books. Her library was having trouble getting this book in. I ordered it and was here in a few days.Published 3 months ago by J