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Twilight (Warriors: The New Prophecy Series #5)

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25 out of 29 people found this review helpful.

One of the best books ever!

This book is both thrilly and exciting. I found myself reading it all in one day. The charaters such as Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw grow towards each other. While others like Cinderpelt and Leafpool grow apart. In the beginning Leafpool can't get Crowfeather's words ...
This book is both thrilly and exciting. I found myself reading it all in one day. The charaters such as Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw grow towards each other. While others like Cinderpelt and Leafpool grow apart. In the beginning Leafpool can't get Crowfeather's words out of her head. She ends up not being able to contain it she gets into mischeif. Squrrielflight is as stuborn as usual and lets just say brambleclaws sour aditude doesn't help anything. This story is great until it leaves you hanging. I advise buying Sunset before reading this or you will be in a tough situation.

posted by 444447 on November 26, 2008

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10 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

¿These Courageous Kitties will do anything to Save their Clan¿

The story takes place in ThunderClan¿s territory around the lake. Even though the main baddy, TigerStar, is dead, he still is influencing the Clan through his son, Brambleclaw. Brambleclaw has to decide if he will do anything in his power to be a leader, or to just si...
The story takes place in ThunderClan¿s territory around the lake. Even though the main baddy, TigerStar, is dead, he still is influencing the Clan through his son, Brambleclaw. Brambleclaw has to decide if he will do anything in his power to be a leader, or to just sit back and do the right things. That takes backseat in this story, though, to Leafpool¿s struggles. Leafpool is a medicine cat, meaning that she is not allowed to fall in love. This rule gets hard for her, though, when she falls in love with a cat from another Clan. In this book she tries to decide whether she should leave the Clan to be with her love. Leafpool¿s sister, Squirrelflight, also has problems, when who she thought was her soul mate, Brambleclaw, seems to be getting meaner and meaner. While all this is happening, badgers plot to get their land back from the Clans¿ My opinion of this book was that it has a very deep plot with many twists and turns. That is its highlight, however. By the time you read through the series, about twenty books, it almost seems like a chore to read through the books. This series best suits teenage boys, but I found that the abundance of romance in this specific book also suits girls. Erin Hunter is an above average writer whose stories are written eloquently, but some events that happen in this book don¿t make sense. An example of this is when Leafpool falls in love with a cat she only talked to a couple of times before! My advice to readers who want to read the series is to not read through the whole series without taking a break every once in a while by reading a different book. All in all, though, Twilight is a great book.

posted by Anonymous on March 25, 2008

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