Top 10 Best Warriors (Warrior Cat) Books
In my opinion, this is the only truly good Warrior Cats book. In this book, they focus less on romance and more on unity, which they need in order to defeat Scourge. It has a clever plot twist and exciting battle scenes, but even then it's still mediocre. 7/10 rating. I just don't get it. The series is called Warrior Cats, but really it should be called Romantic Cats. Or Stupid Cats. The new prophecy series, in my opinion, is absolute crap. They go on a journey with no idea where they're actually going, and then you are just following an apprentice who thinks that she always knows best, and a stupid tomcat who can't seem to recognise that his own father is a bloodthirsty murderer. The Darkest Hour proved a good dramatic end to an otherwise boring series. After that it's just Brambleclaw and Squirrel flight, we're given no chance to find out about any other cats. And I hate both of them. Sorry, Brambleclaw and Squirrel flight fans.
The last book in the first arc surely deserves a spot in the top 10. The first arc is the best tied together, with one single and continuous plotline. The Darkest Hour was faced with satisfyingly wrapping up that plotline, and not only did it do so, but it did so in a rather unpredictable way. Ignoring the trope of "good guy kills the bad guy, like he said he would from the beginning," the introduction of Scourge leaves the reader shell shocked, as the stakes that they had built up all get replaced, and they, like the characters, are left completely unprepared. What the characters had been training for is not what they faced, and this made the book and it's villains truly scary. The execution was masterful, the deaths meaningful, and the ending powerful. It leaves you with the perfect ending if you choose to stop your reading there, as well as the perfect segway if you wish to continue.
One of the greatest Warrior cat books and perfect way to end the arc. it is developed in an epic tale of tragedy, villain's, twists, and puts us all on the edge of our seats. It has to be one of my favorite books in the warrior cat series. seeing Firestar become leader of his clan, have a mysterious prophecy, and determine his leadership in stopping Tigerstar was marvelous. Tigerstar was really good in this book as well, he was suspenseful with creating Tiger clan, being responsible for Stonefur's death, and even the plot twist at the end was perfect. Scourge killing Tigerstar was just WOW! the fight with Bloodclan and LionClan was brilliant as well. And I like the epic tale when Firestar loses his life and comes back and kills Scourge. The prophecy of 'Fire Alone will save our clan' was done! One of the best books and perfect way to end the first arc.
So good! Firestar finally became Firestar. Also, I loved where Scourge thought he killed Firestar but Firestar had eight lives left and Scourge had one. Scourge was like, "What I thought I killed you" and Firestar was like, "Nope I have eight lives left" SLASH! Scourge is dead. I just thought that was hilarious. -Shadowfang of SunClan
This book started off the series really well, I can't lie. Rusty is a lovabler character from the start and some of your absolute favorite characters are in this book (Whitestorm, Bluestar, Yellowfang, Graystripe) and your favorite villains (Tigerclaw/star).
This book is interesting. One thing I love about it is that it has suspenseful cliffhangers before every new chapter. Hope yall will have the same love I have towards warriors. Yall are never too old for warriors!
I love to see how Firestar starts out (try saying that three times fast) and the fact that a kittypet can join a clan, they're usually useless and should never be welcomed into a clan without the leader's permission that is. and Firestar was a great friend and he had two best friends (just like me!) And I like that Bluestar is the leader in the book, Bramblestar, eh, I do not like him as much as I like Bluestar, she is the best no matter what anyone says about her because the entire time she was doing everything for her clan.
At first it was just a house cat named Rusty, then everything started going up hill, and he evolved into Firepaw as an apprentice as he was more loyal and committed to being a part of the ThunderClan.
The end of the story that they had been building to. While the books after this are beloved, and many are on this list, is is undeniable that this was the ending that the series had started off to tell. Personally, I liked the fact that Firestar was the fourth cat in the prophecy. His role in this book, his image on the cover, and his death truly tie together everything that the reader has experiences up until this point. While the books after are beloved, the thing that sets the first four arcs apart is that they feel like one full story, rather than a story and it's sequels. It is because of the success of this book that makes it feel that way, and provides a massive payoff for reading the first 23 books. It is an incredible feat the way in which a battle, which usually lasts for only one chapter in warriors, lasts for over half the book without it getting boring. I don't think it's possible for me to read this book not in one sitting because of the way that it captivates me. The ...more
This is absolutely my favorite book in the whole series. Personally my favorite part was the battle, but I didn't like it when Firestar, (my second favorite character), Spottedleaf, (one of my favorite characters) and Hollyleaf (also one of my favorite characters died. :( I also like that they find out who the fourth cat is SPOILERS which was Firestar. I just wish Whitestorm had let Graystripe fight with Firestar. I know it was destined for him to end this way but still. He never deserved to die. Like how did Tigerstar and him tie? I also hate the fact that Ferncloud died although I've never really been a fan of her I just wish that the dark forest hadn't killed anyone. (not rly or it would be boring) (I just wish that other cats died than Firestar Spottedleaf, Hollyleaf, and ferncloud had died, like why them of all the cats in thunderclan. Like the battle was pretty easy for Thunderclan I got to admit. What I mean by that is like Yellowfang killed Brokenstar so easily. I wish the ...more
This books plot is the most dramatic. Even more dramatic than the darkest hour. This book is pretty much the final show down with cats from the start of the books to new enemies made at the end. The way it's written is quite disappointing. I would have wanted the battle between fire and tiger to be more longer and more of the main characters to be killed. It just got confusing and I got lost reading this as it quickly chances character views every few pages. In the new series I would really like the Erin's to continue to add more drama into their series but not to rush and cram all the drama into one book.
So many cats die but maybe it would be helpful if a main character died like Graystripe or someone else like Firestar but is not Firestar. his suffix was never used before, guess who it's LIONBLAZE.
Easy top 10. I think it is pretty overrated on this list but it is still extremely good. The best part was the ending and I miss the battles at the end of each book.
This one is just amazing. There's the forbidden romance, Bluestar's secret, and finally Tigerstar's betrayal comes to light. There's a great battle at the end and I kind of miss the classic battles at the end of each book like that.
Extremely good filler book. I loved all the mystery with Bluestar's kits and the Tigerclaw reveal and exile. Awesome book. Top 5 at least.
Dude how is this still #4 this was even better than the darkest hour, and into the wild. It even made me more sad than those two. I mean, I guess that the last hope is good, but this should be at least in #2 place. Even my friend is reading it and she is liking it A LOT she would keep renewing it from the library and she is only on chapter three and she is loving it!
I don't get why everyone hates the new cover, the new one is WAY better in my opinion. This has to be my most favorite warriors book I ever read.
My favorite book ever! My cousin said he easily lost interest, which made me doubt the book. However, after reading it, I LOVED this book! I felt so bad for Bluestar and how much she lost (T-T). When Bluestar revealed that she had kits with Oakheart, I initially thought it was just an "oh okay" kind of relationship. But after reading this, BlueXOak and FeatherXCrow have become my favorite ships! (I know many people love Thrushpelt, but I find him annoying.)
-Wishfeather of RiverClan
This was the book that just made me hate Bluestar more. How could the two books I HATE be so high on this list? Bluestar was mopey, whiny kit in this book. Also, why'd she give her kits away? We've seen Sorreltail and Squirrelflight give their kits for someone else to care for. Oh, yeah, I forgot-there's no Mistyfoot or Stonefur in ThunderClan. That's the problem with making the character's backstory before you actually make a complete structure for the book. Villainizing Thistleclaw was the wrong path to go. Ugh, this book just made me want to either cry or rip my hair out.
Bluestar has always been an interesting character, in the original warriors series she was conflicted but never the less confident. This story gave us the reason for this by giving us a window to her internal monologue and her past experiences. The elaboration form was perfect and I loved the flawless story line to go along with it. By far one of the Erin's best books.
This was my favorite book in the entire series, to be honest. I just love Crookedstar and Willowbreeze's relationship. Yes, I did cry when she died, and Crookedstar just wasn't himself. But, I mean, my friend loves Firestar's quest and doesn't love Crookedstar's promise. To me, Crookedstar could have been StormStar, not Crookedstar because of Rainflower! Rainflower wouldn't even stay in the nursery with Crookedkit and went off back to warrior duties while her kit was still in the nursery. Shellheart and Oakkit were the only ones who believed in Crookedkit. Then, Willowkit was born along with her sister. I know Crookedkit left the clan for a while, then came back, just like Tallstar. But Tallstar's journey was definitely not like Crookedstar's!
Honestly, I think Crookedstar's Promise could be first in the top 10 saddest! Crookedstar is wrongly mistreated by his annoying mother, Rainflower. He's been cast aside by her almost all his life. Then he meets Mapleshade, and he believes everything will be okay. But it's not okay! Mapleshade makes everybody he loves die. But in the end, in the manga excerpt, it's so sad, because Crookedstar is so brave. He says: "I may not have any loved ones anymore, but I have my clan, which I will take care of for the many moons to come." Crookedstar is a strong and brave leader who, like Mapleshade instructed him to, casts his own problems out of the way of his clan, but takes the time to satisfy his own small requests.
This was very sad I loved it. I love the way Fallowfeather reveals her kits parents in such an interesting way. My favorite part was when Oakheart told him to take care of Silverstream.
This story was so sad because Crookedstar has been cast aside his whole life and blames himself for the deaths of everyone he cares about, his mother, father, mate, his kits, and his daughter. Plus, later in the series his grand daughter falls off a cliff. In Bluestar's Prophecy, his niece also freezes to death even though he doesn't know it. So many terrible things have happened to him, and he's been so brave, even in his final moments. This book shows real courage and perseverance. This is my ALL time favorite book in the series.
Okay, I just picked this book because this is where my Warriors obsession started. A long time ago I read a Warrior's book, I don't rembember which one, and I really liked it, and whenever I saw Warriors books at the library I looked at them and tried to figure out which one was next, but I couldn't make sense of all the different series so I just kinda gave up. Then in May, after the pandemic started, my mom and I were looking for books to read on the online library (I love to read, so it was necessary to keep me stocked up on books), and I saw Fire and Ice, and I remembered reading a Warriors book a long time ago and really liking it, so I told my mom to get it and she downloaded it onto my Kindle. So I read the book and I really liked it, and this time I actually kept going and read the rest of the first series except Into the Wild (I didn't read that until I was already halfway through the New Prophecy). So by that time I was getting pretty obsessed with Warriors, but that was ...more
In second grade, I was looking in the library for a book. I saw the very first book in warriors and decided to read it. I then got so hooked into it. After I was finished, I searched everywhere in my classroom library for this book because I thought I saw it there before. I then even started to look through my classmates cubbies to see if they are reading it and one of them was. I was too shy to ask them if I could read the book(that person who was reading that book is now my bff) and I started to read forest of secrets. My birthday was coming up very soon so I saw this as a good opportunity to get this book. I then got the whole first set for my birthday. I loved this book so much! I loved Graystripe, Firestar, and Swiftpaw! As years passed by I am soooo close to being up to date on the books! Does anyone know if the books are supposed to end? I hope not soon. The first series will always be my favorite. No offense but I never liked the 4th series. I mean I feel like it's just all ...more
I really liked this book. The best part was the climax when Hawkfrost is trying to convince Brambleclaw to kill Firestar, but they end up fighting. My only problem with it is that I don't understand why StarClan would keep giving Leafpool that message when there was nothing she could do about it. Why not give it to someone like Brambleclaw or Firestar who actually had to do with this?
This book excels with character arcs and relationships. The mixed allegiances between clan and family, and friendship and romance all make for a very complex and emotional depth in the story. Despite it being considered middle grade fiction, this book has character development that far exceeds many YA fiction stories.
The tension through the book is just so good and I love the dog pack thing. RIP Bluestar, Brightheart's face, Crookedstar and Snowkit and Swiftpaw
I used to think this was the best book until I read darkest hour, but it is still so good. There is so much drama and sadness lumped into this book. I felt so sad for Brightheart. This book should be higher
This is by far the best book in the ser- No, ever written. It's a mixture of action, grief, and rage, and I love the entire thing. I've read it like 10 times, and each time it got better. No, I don't care that Bluestar died. I didn't care for her, I STILL don't care for her, and although her death is sad, I cried more when she renamed Brightpaw Lostface than I did when she died. Swiftpaw's death is sad too, as he's one of my favourite characters, but Brightheart's injuries are just- wow! I have an OC based off of her, except she has a broken paw too. Yes, I gave her Brightheart and Cinderpelt's injuries and combined them. The point is, I love this book, and it's my favourite one in the series! -FierceheartOfThunderClan
This is no doubt one of my favorites. It was so action-packed and fun to read. The dog pack had you standing on edge, the love between Brightheart (Lostface at the time) and Cloudtail is so adorable, and just the feel of it makes you anxious!
Remember everyone- pack, pack, kill kill!
I LOVE QUESTS. So the one the 6 cats went on (six cats being Tawnypelt, Brambleclaw, Squirrelpaw, Crowpaw, Feathertail and Stormfur) with the uncertainty and mystery.
I just love this one. It was the first warrior cat chapter book I read and I just loved it. I love how Midnight was a badger I was not excepting that. I love how Brambleclaw and Crowpaw fought but they grew nearer each time. I loved the end where the cats where in shook when they saw Midnight. I though Midnight was going to be...well Midnight.
This is just such an interesting way to start the New Prophecy. I love how Brambleclaw received a message from Bluestar which led to the six cats journeying to the sun-drown place to hear what Midnight told them, which turned out to be that the Clans had to find a new home.
I did not think that this book was a very start to the Warriors series 2, I liked the sun drown aspect of the book but everything else wasn't the best.
Really really good. The whole travelling part was slightly boring but the rest was great. I just found it so satisfying how Firestar managed to reconstruct Skyclan like that.
This book should get a higher rank on the list, there was so much action and romance and Firestar is the main character! (Firestar is the best, he saved all five clans and he's an amazing leader.) There were so many new characters in this book, who's personalities got developed and improved. There was so much suspense, I just couldn't put this book down.
This is a very long book and I read this in sections. It wasn't exactly a page turner and I was struggling through until they reached sky clan. It was very emotional and I loved this book but only for the part when they reached sky clan.
This was a great book! I love the romance. The way he (Firestar) put the clan together was very interesting. I greatly enjoyed this book, and hope you all will/have, too!
OML Litteraly the best book other than The Last Hope. Hollyleaf Returns! I was so stupid and picked up sigh of the moon to see if Hollyleaf Came back. I read the book and then saw The Forgotten Warrior. I stared at the book and I read it... I litteraly Died. I can't wait to read the Last hope
I like this book, because, I mean, DUH! Who wouldn't? I missed Hollyleaf for most of the Omen of the Stars series, so I got really excited when Lionblaze and Jayfeather started to suspect Hollyleaf wasn't dead after all, and then they were right! Hollyleaf is back! Sadly, Hawkfrost kills her in the Great Battle soon after so that is a big bummer.
I really enjoyed this book, it was suspenseful, enticing, and Hollyleaf's redemption arc . . . . oddly pleasing. I HATED her so much ! So so much, and BOOM I liked her again ? What ?! More importantly, I really liked the plot, and seeing how great the rift between WindClan and thunderClan has become(yeah Onestar). There was a LOT going on in this book, which made it great.
This one was great! Hollyleaf came back, Cinderheart finds out the truth... Sol is nearly killed by Hollyleaf. (Nice if Sol died, but I understand why Hollyleaf didn't - no, couldn't kill him)
I didn't really like this book. I loved Hollyleaf, she was cute and an adorable apprentice. But this was the book that made me dislike her. I never forgave her completely for all she did. What she did was totally uncalled for. This book just made me hate her... I don't know
Why does everyone hate Hollyleaf so much!? I love her! Forget about Leafpoop, she's whiny, greedy, ungrateful, and self-centered. Hollyleaf has every right to be mad at her! I wish she had forced Leafpoop to eat the deathberries so she would die and the world would be saved! Sorry, I just dislike Leafpoop... Hollyleaf's role is amazing! She's a truly interesting and unique character, and I thoroughly enjoy reading about her. She has every right to feel angry considering her life's circumstances.
Okay, this isn't my #1 choice, but it's good anyway. It's really interesting (And maybe a bit disturbing) to read about what Hollyleaf thinks about Sol, and you know, everything. So there you have it.
My only problem with this book is how Hollyleaf runs away and doesn't face her problems like a warrior. However it did make me cry when I read the end of the book, so thumbs up.
This is such an underrated book, every time I re-read it, it gets better. I used to think this was a tier, now it's S maybe SS. I really enjoy the things with the tunells and the forbidden romance was good. The best part by far though is when Hollypaw went to RiverClan, it just clicked with me I don't know why
This was one of my favourites when I read it, it was second warrior book I ever read. I loved the introduction to the tunnels near the lake and the history of Fallen Leaves and Rock! Also exploring more of The Power Of Three's life!
This book literally made me cry, mainly for Fallen Leaves death. I seriously recommend reading Warriors.
This is such a filler book but it is still decent. I would rate this book an A and it deserves to be higher.
The beginning was boring, but then it got reallly good. I LOVE the ending, one of the best fights between two characters and also I liked the way that they did dark forest training in this book.
I found this book very exciting. The tension really builds up throughout the book between Brambleclaw and Hawkfrost. There's a classic border battle, a fight at the gathering and then obviously the ending (even though it felt a bit rushed.) overall, a good amount of action.
I just finished reading this one and it's one of the best of the new prophecy. I loved when LeafPool discovered the meaning of the prophecy, before there is peace, blood will spill blood and the lake will run red. Love it so much.
So one person on the Sunrise area was confused with this amazing book! Brambleclaw (soon to be Bramblestar) gives up the feeling of hope he had of his half brother to save Firestar!
Ugh! I like the plot and EVERYTHING about this book except for star flower. I really don't like her.
The dawn of the clans series is the best hands down, because it didn't focus on a prophecy!
Easily the best in dawn of the clans. Exciting book with a threatening villain.
And that Star Flower happened here. Scream. Your friend is always right.
So many secrets! It makes us feel Leafpool's pain when she meets Crowfeather and she eventually realizes what is wrong and what is right. I also love when Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw regret having quarreled and broken up.
This book will be forever remembered by me because I never cry during a book yet I cried when Leafpool rejected Crowfeather and then Cinderpelt died... (sorry to those who hadn't finished this book if I just spoiled it)
I am not so proud to say I'm an Ashfur fan. The whole thing with Brambleclaw and Ashfur and Squirrelflight was interesting and I don't enjoy the fact that the Erins had to make Ashfur dislikeable at the end to somehow make us accept Brambleclaw. I still don't enjoy Brambleclaw to begin with. It would be interesting if his clanmates refused orders from him because they were suspicious of him for being tigerstar's son. But that whole thing never creates any drama The ending was amazing with Cinderpelt's death RIP we miss you!
This is probably the book where I realized that Cinderpelt was my favorite character. I loved the scene where she tried to persuade Leafpool to stop seeing Crowfeather. It's so sad and so well written, it's almost like Cinderpelt confesses thar she loved Firestar. Her life was just so sad.
To be completely honest, I don't remember this book extremely well. It likely wouldn't have made my list of top 10, and would have been replaced with potentially another Dawn of the Clans book, but it made it for one very important reason. This is the only Warriors book that's made me really cry. The story that this arc told was magnificent, and exactly what the readers needed to know about the formation of clan life. It's characters were well rounded, and lovable, it's stories impactful, its relationships perfectly complicated, and when it ended with Gray Wing's death, I couldn't hold it back. I didn't realize how much I loved him as a character until that moment, and when his kits named the five warrior clans, it was enough to make a grown man cry. I can't express how well this arc did in setting up the life of my favorite story, and the five clans. I love that it was told not from the perspective of a Clan leader, but primarily from a cat who was just trying to do his best to keep ...more
I loved all of the books in this series, but this was my favorite. I love that Gray Wing finally gets his own family and I also loved the way his death was written and the fact that it was in his point of view
The best book of Dawn of the Clans and possibly the entire Warriors franchise. Gray Wing's death is really sad, dying from asthma (according to Warriors Wiki).
This book is the reason why I suffered from reading AVoS. With every words being so delicate, no other book/death touched meh frozen heart.
This is my favorite of all time because it was the first one I read. I was at school, trying to find a book with a lot of points that I liked, then Kennedi showed me this book. Yellowfang's Secret. I was like OMG 18 POINTS! (I was the top reader in my class). I NEEDED to read that. I LOVED IT! This one book made me addicted to Warriors.
Yellowfang's Secret is literally my favorite book of all time. I remember when I first read it at 9 years old, and I was reading it in the middle of the night in my hallway. Such good memories! Yellowfang was a really sympathetic character in this, and this is the most exciting super edition the Erin's made next to Crookedstar's Promise. I read this three times, I can't get enough of Yellow 'n Broken and their troubles!
A super edition on my favorite female character that goes into depth on her relation to Brokenstar and why she was exiled from ShadowClan. You should definitely read this if you are in the part of The Prophecies Begin arc where she reveals her past.
This book was the BEST! It made me cry and also made me smile and it was just so realistic compared to all the others I've read (though most of them were)
I read this book when it first came out, and when I first read it it was instantly my favorite. It likely still is. Wow, I don't even know what to say about this book. It was darker than most, which was an unexpected surprise. I was shocked by the lengths to which the publishers allowed Darktail and his rouges to go in this book, from holding hostages, making attempted escapees disappear, and even executions. The death of protagonists whom I thought would be with us for the rest of the arc, the hair thin lines and narrow escales of which caused our characters to be able to rally and win, and dramatic reveals of claiming children and somehow giving two side characters the fight to the death. The main villain of this arc was defeated in book 3, and yet his influence destroyed the clans so much that they needed the second half of the arc to recover. The dramatics of Warrior Cats have never been higher, the stakes have never been so big, and at this point in the series 2 clans had been ...more
Shattered Sky was incredible! Onestars twist was very unexpected and I loved how SkyClan was founded again. There was so much to comprehend but I loved it! The deaths we're very heartbreaking, as always. I never thought Needletail, Onestar, and Darktail would all die drowning; its very unfortunate. Every character had an important part to play and the battle was exhilarating; it ended extremely quickly tho.. Other than that, this book was amazing! —Meltingtides of ShadowClan
This one was amazing and honestly my third favorite warriors book the first two being last hope and path of stars. The first one had a good adventure and the second one showed us how evil dark tail is but I really like this one because it's the first time we got a war around the lake and oh yes it is a war. I hope the 4th one is good.
While Sunrise may be my favorite in my heart, I think this is the best warrior cats book ever objectively. The ending is a little weak, but it's more than compensated by the first two thirds of the book. Needletail's death was brutal, despite the fact that I saw it coming.
I didn't like that the mountain cats treated Stormfur way better than the other traveling cats, when Feathertail was the REAL silver cat, and she died RIGHT when she was starting to be my favorite character, I liked the mountain cats though( Not because they treated Stormfur better than the other traveling cats.), Their camp is so cool! It's also pretty cool that they hunt hawks.
Most of this book I REALLY didn't like. So much so, I took a took a 3-month break half way through the book.
The Tribe of Rushing Water and the Sharptooth part was boring. I only liked Feathertail's death.
I love how the Tribe is featured for the first time, and Feathertail's death is so sad! It's so sweet how Crowfeather named himself after her! Quoting the book:
Feathertail: "Think you have nine lives, do you? I saved you once, don't make me save you again."
Crowpaw: "No! Feathertail! Don't leave me! Please!"
Saddest Warrior Cat Death of ALL TIME!
Goodbye, Feathertail. May you find swift running, good hunting, and shelter when you sleep. May StarClan light your path for the rest of your days!
This book was good! I loved the story and all but I got really sad when Feathertail dies when Squirrleflight, Brambleclaw, Stormfur, Crowfeather and tawnypelt tried to get rid of sharptooth
I don't really know why I find this book so interesting, but I do. I guess it's just interesting to hear how a solar eclipse stopped a battle, I guess, and it's when Hollyleaf, Lionblaze, and Cinderheart get their warrior names. How is that not exciting?
I like this one a lot especially when Lionblaze almost kills Heathertail she is such a spoiled brat.
I loved how all the clans fought for the sake of Thunder Clan. And they just stop when the sun dissapears. I love that they don't know what it is.
Jaypaw really grows deeper into the prophecy, and learns so much. The emotions in this book really expande. You really feel this book, and it has a super good plot.
Each mini-arc within the book was great, but for the most part, book as a whole was still scene-setting. Still one of the best for the OOTS arc
This is where Ivypo- PAW and Dove...PAW's relationship starts to slowly break apart!
This was a great book.
The Fourth Apprentice was good, the really bad part was most of it. The quest to find the beavers was bor-r-r-r-ring! I hate when the cats go on quests because than it's just boring. They just do the normal stuff. Rippletail died in vein and I do not care whether he lived or died. He's just stupid. Dovepaw - sure, I can take her chapters. - Shadow and Thunder Studios
I loved the tension of this book, especially at the beginning, when Lionblaze and Jayfeather were testing Dovepaw to see if she was part of the three. When he said that she didn't want to, I thought, tough, you'll do it to save ThunderClan, and the forest!
Many people hate this book. I thought it was cool! Honestly I don't hate any warrior cats books (other than Sunrise) I really like Dovewing.
A good setup for the new main characters in omen of the stars!
This is the best book ever! I thought Ashfur was up to something when he was training with Lionblaze, the best, but I never expected him to do this! Ashfur carried this book hard, and I would still have sympathy for him if he did not kill like 15 cats and then possess their spirits. Those were good cats! Also, he took over Bramblestar's body! He did so much more, but let's get back to "Long Shadows." The fire scene was amazing! Additionally, Firestar getting sick added so much depth to the story. Everything about this book was just on the spot! Also, Lionblaze, Heathertail, and Tigerstar were pretty cool! I liked the Jay's Wing subplot because it connected all the way back to "Dark River!" Anyway, great book. I would rate it 9/10.
A pivotal book in an otherwise filler arc. Power of Three was necessary, for sure, but almost every book in it is only setting up the next arc. After reading, I honestly didn't remember what happened in most of it. But I remembered this book. The gasp I took in the scene where all is revealed, I'll remember for the rest of my life. Ashfur's speech, though horrifying, is poetry, and I can't believe how accurately they portrayed an incel in Warrior Cats. Besides all of that, the main plot of the three trying to fake a sign from StarClan is captivating, as Blackstar's unprecedented split from his religion causes incredible interest. Especially considering that Jaypaw is simultaneously /creating/ the foundations of what will become that religion. The ending of this book is the best Warriors cliffhanger of all time. Having 4 chapters in which 4 characters who would benefit from Ashfur's death each cross his path, and then having him turn up dead at the end of the book built up mass ...more
I think it was great ashfurs fire scene was really good and I never would have guessed that hollyleaf killed him I would have liked to see more of ashfur though.
The sudden reveal of Ashfur is what carries this book HARD. When I first read it, I was shocked at how Ashfur reacted. I had thought he was done with his crush on Squirrelflight and would just let him go, yet I could feel some tension whenever Ashfur was training Lionpaw.
I don't even care about the reveal that the three weren't Squirrelflight's kits, Ashfur's rage and hatred carries this book. I love it.
I LOVED cats of the clans. The drawing were PERFECT, and it gave you all you needed to know about the cats. Just ONE tiny problem: it was only updated to Eclipse! So when I found out that there was a book updated after omen of the stars, I FREAKED! It had Everything! It also had stories about Tigerstars, and Bramblemstars nine lives! There is an updated one coming out October something 2023, and OH BOY am I existed for THAT! I give it a 10/10! MEOW! GO WARRIORS!
All of the cats followed the lore and all of them were real! Spottedleaf only had a paragraph and that's okay because I absolutely HATE her. Firestar had a nice thing. Cats are my favorite animals so I love all of it! It wasn't updated enough for me though because I'm on the Fourth Apprentice. The drawings are perfect, except Sharpclaw in the guide has blue eyes when in the books he has green eyes. My favorite pictures in the books were Ashfur's, Bramblestar's, and Sandstorm's. They were just PERFECT. I love the guide. But hold on. . . . They missed a few cats. but fine, it also mention Mapleshade as. . . .RiverClan? I thought she was a rogue from reading her book, I voted on that as well. There are a few mistakes but that's okay because a new one is coming out in 2023, which is THIS YEAR. And it's SEPTEMBER, close to my birthday! I hope I get it as a late birthday gift. - Shadow and Thunder Studios
This sucked. It didn't follow the lore at all. 90% of the leaders NEVER HAPPENED! It's also just a combo of two other guides so it's really useless. >:(
I FELL IN LOVE with this guide! I love how it has the best characters in here and has a little biography for each one. Love it.