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Moonrise (Warriors: The New Prophecy Series #2)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

22 out of 27 people found this review helpful.

An Unforeseen Plot Twist (or Two)

This book really captured my attention-I finished it in a day! The character growth in Crowfeather was interesting to see, and the switch of viewpoints was cool. I enjoyed seeing things from Stormfur's point of view; unfortunately, he doesn't narrate another story. It's...
This book really captured my attention-I finished it in a day! The character growth in Crowfeather was interesting to see, and the switch of viewpoints was cool. I enjoyed seeing things from Stormfur's point of view; unfortunately, he doesn't narrate another story. It's also nice hearing Leafpaw narrate-it's cool following the story of a medicine cat. The adventurers are returning on their journey when they happen upon a tribe of cats. These cats quickly claim Stormfur as their champion to fight against a monsterous creature known as Sharptooth. There's many unexpected plot twists in this book, and a death that will chill you to the bone, but in a good way. (If that makes sense at all!) There's also fickleness when it comes to romance and allegiances that annoys me (especially at the book's end), but overall, the book was great. This book is definately for readers who are at least eleven or so due to the plot twists.

posted by BradleyStarr on May 17, 2009

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Amazing book

This book is about after Tawnypelt,Feathertail,Stormfur,Crowpaw,Brambleclaw,and Squirrelpaw are already on the quest. They meet a Tribe of cats called The Tribe Of Rushing Water. The Tribe tells the warriors about a huge cat that has been attacking Tribe members. The He...
This book is about after Tawnypelt,Feathertail,Stormfur,Crowpaw,Brambleclaw,and Squirrelpaw are already on the quest. They meet a Tribe of cats called The Tribe Of Rushing Water. The Tribe tells the warriors about a huge cat that has been attacking Tribe members. The Healer of the Tribe tells the Clan cats that he recieved a prophecy saying that a cat would kill the beast. The cats stay in the mountains and learn the ways of the Tribe. I found some parts of this book sad, but I don't want to spoil it. This book has lots of action,adventure,humor,suspense,surprise,and fantasy. I reccomend this book to anyone that likes the things mentioned above and that can handle violence. I hope you enjoy this series! Go Clans and Tribes!

posted by Anonymous on February 17, 2012

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