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Warriors: Omen of the Stars #2: Fading Echoes by [Hunter, Erin]
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From the Back Cover

After the sharp-eyed jay and the roaring lion, peace will come on dove's gentle wing.

Dovepaw now knows that she will be the third cat to hold the power of the stars in her paws. But even together, she, Jayfeather, and Lionblaze may not be able to protect the Clans from a mysterious visitor who threatens their future.

About the Author

Erin Hunter is inspired by a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. As well as 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 Warriors and Seekers series.


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  • File Size: 795 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins; Revised edition (March 5, 2010)
  • Publication Date: March 23, 2010
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003AYZB8O
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,768 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By A. Newsome on March 28, 2010
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I see fans are calling this book a return to greatness, a return to the Erins' former passion and convincing narrative. Is this the case with Fading Echoes? Perhaps, but I think the novel is more a tipping point in a long grueling uphill climb to this point. Experiencing the revelations that seem to pop up at every turn, we the reader are left to catch our breath at how these events shape our protagonist's choices. In a good way of course. This I believe are what some readers are experiencing.

I've been a fan of the series for nearly a year now. Fascinated by cats and passively taking notice of the detailed cat covers I thought I'd give Warriors a shot. I picked up Fire and Ice because my library didn't have Into the Wild, but even starting at the second book, I didn't let that stop me. Even starting in the middle of the arc, I wasn't lost, in fact I had been given a reason to go back for more. I was hooked. From then on I voraciously craved the next book in the series, renting 2-3 books a week until I caught up in the action. I feel I've benefited from reading so late in the series life being able to absorb such a long history simultaneously. All the plots driven by 'The New Prophecy' and 'The Power of Three' hit numerous cliffhangers that left story ends unfulfilled and readers hopelessly unsatisfied. I enjoyed the series for what they were at the time I read them, but I can see why some readers may have been disappointed by those books. Mysteries of hidden prophecies, the mysterious origins of the Tribe of Rushing Water, the nature of Star Clan and the Dark Forest, the broken promises and broken hearts, and the dredging of old rivalries and scars, they were brought about but were disjointed mechanisms that were otherwise pervasive through clan life.
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I respect the main characters in this series, unlike those featured in the Power of Three series. They have more depth, and are basically likeable cats. Also, the main characters from the Power of Three series, who continue into this series, (Jayfeather and Lionblaze), seem to be developing a conscience and concern for others.
This book brings focus and perspective to some of the main characters from the New Prophesy, (eg. Squirrelflight and Leafpool) who were basically kicked to the curb at the end of the Power of Three series. In this book, Firestar, as well, is revisited as a real person (cat) again, instead of a distant, infallable figurehead, as he has increasingly been portrayed.
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By A Customer on April 3, 2010
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I used to be the number 1 Warriors fan. Then,the mediocre New Prophecy arc came along, then finally the horrendous Power of Three. Honestly, I had lost faith in the Erins and decided that their creaive juice had simply run out. Or they were just churning out novels to make money and satisfy the growing fan demand. This book cleaned my head of any and all negative thoughts. The writing was superb, action sequences exciting, and the book was overall fantastic. While nothing can even come close to the action, mystery, and drama of the days of Fireheart, Bluestar, Yellowfang, and Cinderpaw in the first series, this lastest installment wasn't that far off.
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A Kid's Review on June 6, 2010
Format: Hardcover
"Omen of The Stars, Fading Echoes" is a new era in the Warriors series. Finally Firestar is no longer the mindless drone he became in The New Prophecy, and I now begin to feel that Jayfeather is not as shallow as I originally suspected. Lionblaze begins to have feelings for a cat in his clan. Dovepaw struggles with problems of her own, including the feeling that her powers will end her friendship with Ivypaw forever! Meanwhile Ivypaw gets visited by a cat from StarClan-- or is he really from there? And one cat's dream will lead to a battle, and blood that never should have been shed. In this epic sequel to The Fourth Apprentice nothing is what seems, and no one is who you think!
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I find this my favorite book so far. The daring and relateable charactars from Power of Three return to face their biggest challenge yet. Cherith Baldry dives even deeper into the concepts and workings of the Dark Forest and writes a complicated book with simplicity. Evil cats return in my favortie book yet. It will be sad day when Erin stops writing. ~~Eclipsespirit~~
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It was interesting in the way the Dark Forest came to Ivypaw. It was very violent towards the end, though. I liked the part when Yellowfang and Jayfeather visit the Dark Forest and speak to Brokenstar. It took you behind the scenes to the home of the dark cats.
Also, you find out some of the evil cats` plan so it is a bit revealing.
Another thing on the downside, Briarlight got her legs injured, and she couldn`t walk, but she seemed to be moving around a whole lot so did she end up walking or not?
A good thing is the drama (remember the sister arguement and Dovepaw+Tigerheart?) so it should be popular.
Overall, it was a good book and I personally would reccomend it to Warriors readers.
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By Dave on November 20, 2011
Format: Hardcover
What comes to mind when you think of the word "warriors"? Perhaps a blood-stained battle field with many dead men strewn across the ground; maybe many weapons, body parts, and armor left behind after a long and bitter battle. But when I think of "warriors", I think of the four clans: Thunderclan, Riverclan, Windclan, and Shadowclan; the powerful forces in Erin Hunter's Warriors series. Unlike warriors on the typical battlefield, these personified felines have amazing abilities that makes reading about them exciting and unique.

Fading Echoes is about three cats who are part of Thunderclan: Dovepaw, Lionblaze, and Jayfeather. The story is written from the viewpoint of members of Thunderclan--the leader, the warriors, and apprentices, and spirits from dead clan members. It tells about their conflicts, adventures, accomplishments, and search for their purpose in Starclan's prophecy.

Dovepaw is an apprentice to Lionblaze learning how to fight, hunt, and protect herself should she ever need it, which she does. She's not very big, but she has special power to sense, smell, and see things that are very far away. Dovepaw is having problems with her sister, Ivypaw, because Ivypaw is jealous of her getting the attention. Ivypaw does not know that Dovepaw is part of the prophecy.

Lionblaze is the mentor of Dovepaw, and is the warrior of the prophecy, which means he cannot be defeated in any battle, regardless of who he is fighting. His brother, Jayfeather, is the brains of the prophecy and the medicine cat in the clan.

Jayfeather is "the blind cat who sees in his dreams and the dreams of others." When he's sleeping, Jayfeather is able to see what other cats look like and walk into the dreams of other cats.
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