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Gr. 6-9. In the latest in the Warriors: The New Prophecy series, the six cats, four of whom have been chosen by the StarClan to save the clans, discover the "midnight" that they are "to listen to" is actually a badger named Midnight. The animal reveals the StarClan's warnings and sets the six on a path through the mountains to return to the clans. Once in the mountains, the companions encounter a tribe of cats with its own way of doing things and a mysterious prophesy. Told in alternating narratives, the story follows the intrepid questers and the plight of the clans as the "Twolegs" make incursions into the forest. The danger intensifies as does a sense of possible doom. The conclusion is a cliffhanger that will leave readers eager for the next installment. Sally Estes
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Darkness, air, water, and sky will shake the forest to its roots.

Moons have passed since six cats set out on a journey to save their Clans. Meanwhile, back in the forest, Firestar and Leafpaw watch ThunderClan's world crumbling around them. Will the questing cats make it back in time, or will they be too late?

--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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Product Details

  • Age Range: 8 - 12 years
  • Grade Level: 3 - 7
  • Lexile Measure: 860L (What's this?)
  • Series: Warriors: The New Prophecy, Book 2 (Book 2)
  • Hardcover: 304 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins; First Edition first Printing edition (August 2, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060744529
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060744526
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (302 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #621,580 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Sis on August 3, 2005
Format: Library Binding
Just so you know, I'm not going to give away any spoilers, so feel free to read this if you want to be surprised by the book-

As the sequal to Midnight, the new Warriors book picks up right where it left off- the questing cats are beginning their journey home, taking a new route that is offered to them by the badger, Midnight. Stormfur, (you get his perspective in this book) is worried for his sister's safety on this journey, especially when he sees her closeness to (get ready to gasp) Crowpaw, the WindClan apprentice.

Meanwhile, back in the forest, Leafpaw watches, the only cat who knows what's really happening, as the boundries between territories begin to fray, and formerly noble cats are beginning to resort to stealing. Even worse, ThunderClan's leader, and her own father, seems uncertain of what he can do, and his own Clan is beginning to protest against his desicions.

This is the first book that you get the prospective of a cat outside of ThunderClan. I haven't even gotten hlafway through the whole book yet, but I figured I'd write a review so that the people waiting for the book can get a little synopsis.

PS- I was going to order this off Amazon, but I found it in a bookstore before it was even out on the website!
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A Kid's Review on August 10, 2005
Format: Hardcover
This book was great. I was confused though that Erin Hunter would change the view to Stormfur when it was first Brambleclaw. But I soon got used to it and the book was a page turner. Even though this book is fiction and would not actually happpen, it felt real. I can not wait for the next book and I am wondering whose point of view it is going to be.
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A Kid's Review on August 21, 2005
Format: Library Binding
The new addition to the Warriors series is considerably shorter than the previous ones, but it is still very good. You get two cats' point of views- Sotrmfur, Graystripe's son and the hlaf-Clan RiverClan warrior, and Leafpaw, Firestar's daughter and apprentice medicine cat.

The book starts right where Midnight ended- the questing cats are now heading back home, wondering as they go how they will break it to their clans that they must leave the forest that they have lived in for generations. They come upon a Tribe of wildcats in the mountains- cats with different anscestors and different lifestyles, yet Stormfur feels strangely at home with them.

Meanwhile, back in the forest, Leafpaw watches, still the only cat that knows of Brambleclaw and Squirrelpaw's journey, as the clans begin to panic as the Twoleg monsters invade their territoyr, chasing prey away and ruining thier home. The clans are starving and beginning to battle with one another- and, worse yet, her own father, Firestar, seems to have not idea what to do. And in the midst of all this, she learns that it might be possible that her father's worst enemy, the villian Tigerstar, may still have his bloodline alive in the forest.

Like most other readers of warriors, I am eagerly awaiting the next installment, called Dawn!
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Format: Hardcover
...But Erin Hunter once more has her readers in her grip. In this second addition to the New Prophecy series, action and excitment reach new hieghts, uncovering yet another generation of romances and frightening new possibilities.

Armed with the wise words of Midnight, a badger, our six heros set off for their forest and their home. Predictably, this return journey is no walk in the park; the characters struggle with that famous inward conflict, love, and the more serious battle with a "tribe" of cats with a prophecy of their own.

Back at the forest, Leafpaw watches as the threat of destruction climbs ever nearer. The Twolegs and their machines vanish both the trees and even some Thunderclan cats. Will our hearos arrive in time to save the forest?

This story is rich with plot-twists, excitment, and yes, it won't disappoint you-- a firey battle. The tribe of cats is an interesting addition and takes the plot to new hieghts; and while not as good as the Midnight, Moonrise is sure to delight fans.
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Format: Hardcover
The Warriors cats are back! This time the 6 questing cats are returning home with a desperate message, but after hearing about a "shortcut" from "Midnight" they take a different returnign route then the way they came - which turns into a huge mess when they run into the Tribe of Rushing Water! The cats of the Tribe have a strange interest in Stormfur... But he has no idea why... And when the truth finally does come out - that's when things start heating up! Stormfur finds himself with obligations to two prophecies, and how can he take his responsibilities for both? Meanwhile Leafpaw can only wait and watch as her beloved forest is destroyed piece by piece, tree by tree... She also begins to examine the mystery of her friend Mothwing and her brother Hawkfrost's origins. The book is told from Leafpaw and Stormfur's point of view (and in one chapter, Feathertail's) for their respective side of the story. I found both sides equally interesting, and can't wait to see them intertwine in the next book, Dawn. I find the addition of the "tribes" to be very fansinating, and it makes the plot much deeper. I wonder if the tribe cats will be featured again in this series -I especially wonder about the tribe cat, Brook - it seems like she should be in it again. One of the main characters from Starclan was featured in this book again after his/her absence in Midnight, which I was glad to see. That part of it (the parts featuring Starclan) was very well done! The ending is very tragic, so be prepared, and the ending also leaves a big cliffhanger for readers to suspence over while they egearly await Dawn. Between Midnight and Moonrise (this one), I have to say I like Moonrise better. I found it more suspenceful, and the Tribe really held my interest. This book also had more action in it than did Midnight - with an intense final battle. Bottom line: another great addition to the Warriors series as a whole, and the best Warriors: The New Prophecy book so far.
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