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Warriors: A Vision of Shadows #6: The Raging Storm Kindle Edition
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Erin Hunter’s #1 bestselling Warriors series continues with the thrilling conclusion to the Vision of Shadows story arc.
ShadowClan has returned under the leadership of a new Tigerstar, but their renewed strength has brought the tensions around the lake to an explosive breaking point. SkyClan’s place among the Clans is about to be decided once and for all.
Full of epic adventure and thrilling intrigue, this fifth Warriors series is the perfect introduction for readers new to the Warriors world—while for dedicated fans, it’s a long-awaited return to the era of Bramblestar’s ThunderClan, after the events of Omen of the Stars.
About the Author
Erin Hunter, #1 New York Times bestselling author, 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, she enjoys creating rich, mythical explanations for animal behavior. She is also the author of the Survivors series and the bestselling Seekers series.--This text refers to the mp3_cd edition.
- ASIN : B076P9YVT8
- Publisher : HarperCollins; Illustrated edition (November 6, 2018)
- Publication date : November 6, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 12728 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 350 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #90,389 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2018
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The cats? Who couldn’t!?
Who’s my fav character in the story? Twigbranch
My favorite couple? VIOLETSHINE X TREE
My opinion: very nice book. I started reading into the wild and then got hooked onto the series, soon I made my way to this series. Kind of sad but it makes the story good. My favorite plot? I loved the part when Twigbranch’s patrol went to look for skyclan. I’m exited to read the next series :)
Also, what color is dovewing’s eyes? Is it yellow, green or blue? I think it’s green
The whole Twigbranch and Finleap thing felt forced. The first half of the book Twigbranch acts like Finleap is a burden and she literally says 'I guess' when Violetshine says that she must love him. I don't have a problem that a she cat doesn't want to have kits - but of all the she cats, it seemed like Ivypool or Violetshine would be the last cats to have kits. Twigbranch was absolutely obsessed with Finleap just a book ago and yet she acts like she dislikes Finleap and doesn't want to have a family with him. It doesn't fit her character very well in my opinion.
This is a bit off topic, but what's with these new names? Fidgetflake? Flypaw? Sneezecloud? And I thought Twigbranch was bad!
Honestly I was really excited about this new series, and I had hoped it would live up to Omen of The Stars, but this book is nothing like the other last books of other series. I might as well be reading fanfiction at this point, really. I kept reading because I was curious as to how the series would progress after the wonderful finale in Omen of The Stars and because I had hoped that I could continue reading about distinct characters and intense conflict. This series had little to none of those things, and the series as a whole was inconsistent regarding plot, characters, action, and character arcs.
Now onto the good things about this book. Shadowkit. Reading about Shadowkit interacting with Alderheart was great. It felt like their almost apprentice/mentor relationship should have lasted longer. I thought the whole cats having seizures and visions was a bit silly (and way over dramatic at some points) and I feel the book as a whole would have been more interesting if Shadowkits vision didn't turn out to be something extremely dumb and anticlamatic. Also, since when do cats in this series have seizures at all lol??
I liked how things were resolved in the end, even if it felt like the authors just wanted to hurry and wrap things up quick. I mean we didn't even see Twigbranch consult with Bramblestar about leaving. We just saw her say 'I'm going to ask permission' and then the next chapter she's out walking with some random cats. Why was Cherryfall in that patrol anyways? She never liked Skyclan in the first place. And I'm sorry but Tree as a mediator is kind of the most ridiculous role ever. Any cat with sense could say the things he says. And his description of seeing the dead cats made me want to laugh. Overall Tree only exists because they needed a special magic fix to the conflict a few books ago, and then they just had to figure out what to do with him after that.
Anyways, I'm not sure if there are new authors with this series or what, but I feel like they're pretty much just milking it for all it's worth and not even trying. I mean Beetlewhisker - WHO LITERALLY DIED IN THE LAST SERIES - is still somehow alive and well?? It's frustrating to see such a great series get ruined. Either way we'll see if the next series is better, though I'm not counting on it.
1st one. I've laughed and cried through
each of them and this is no exception. I
know they were written for the younger
readers, but even though I'm 66 I definitely
enjoy reading them. I adore cats and these
books are so entertaining that I can't get
enough of them. I truly hope this series goes
on and on!! So many heart stopping moments
and nail biting scenes!! There were times I read
with one eye, about to fall asleep because I
couldn't wait to see what happened. Many a
sleepless night with this series!! Absolutely love
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I think this scores as a success.Very acting reader aged 7 going o 70.