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Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues with the fourth book in the New Prophecy series!The fourth book in this second series, Warriors: The New Prophecy #4: Starlight, brings more adventure, intrigue, and thrilling battles to the epic world of the warrior Clans.Before there is peace, blood will spill blood….The Clans have finally arrived in theirErin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues with the fourth book in the New Prophecy series!The fourth book in this second series, Warriors: The New Prophecy #4: Starlight, brings more adventure, intrigue, and thrilling battles to the epic world of the warrior Clans.Before there is peace, blood will spill blood….The Clans have finally arrived in their new home, and now they must struggle to establish territories, learn hidden dangers, and find a new place to communicate with StarClan. But more than one cat is harboring sinister plans that could lead to violence and darkness, and as the warriors wait for a sign, they begin to realize that the threats they face in the forest may not be as perilous as the threats they face from within....

Title : Warriors: The New Prophecy #4: Starlight
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Warriors: The New Prophecy #4: Starlight Reviews

  • Benjamin Thomas
    2019-01-01 09:51

    I've completed the 4th book in Erin Hunter's "Warrior: The New Prophecy" series, "Starlight". My regular readers will remember that I'm working my way through this young adult series that depicts the lives of an entire culture of cats living in the wild. This is the second set of six books about these cats and I am happy to report this book returns to the roots of what makes these books great.I really enjoyed the first 6 "Warriors" books and felt the series stood complete at the end of that first set of novels. It was a complete cycle. I had been sceptical about starting a new set of books, wary of a "next generation" syndrome that may have succombed to being only a copy of the original. Trying to "do it again" only to enhance the financial income of the authors/publishers as opposed to moving on to something else is something I am always concerned with because I tend to read quite a few series. And sure enough, when I tried the first book of this "New Prophecy" series, Midnight, my worries seemed well founded. It was difficult for me to switch gears to a new set of protagonists while the old ones were still around. The Firestar character from the first 6 books was a genuine hero but now he would have to be squeezed into a supporting role.The books were still well written, and absorbing in their own way but it has taken me until this 4th book to get comfortable in the new skin. Perhaps I am just used to this new set of heroes now but I think it is due more to the plot settling down. The first 3 books of this set were all about moving the entire society of cats to a new home due to the infestation of human activity at their old home. Danger was everywhere with no time to rest. But now they have found their new home and this book is much more about building their new home, setting clan boundaries, and becoming 4 clans once again, instead of one bigger uneasy clan. We get to see a return to normalcy in many respects including naming ceremonies, warrior training, and consultations with the spirtual Star Clan ancesters. Clan differences are once again allowed to provide conflict and adventure instead of relying on the great unknown for everything. In short, this novel brings the series back to its roots. And it doesn't hurt that I am comfortable with the new heroes now.Don't get me wrong; I don't blame the authors at all for having to uproot everything we have come to know and love about this feline society. That's the only way to prevent the "let's do it again" syndrome. And now, after completing Starlight, I am confident that I will look back at the end of this second set of 6 books and see it as another fantastic addtion to the universe of young adult literature. Two more books to go and I'll be sure to let you know!

  • Kayla
    2019-01-02 04:00

    This book wasn't one of my favorites in the Warriors series, I don't like the way Brambleclaw is acting right now. He keeps worrying about Tigerstar and all that stuff.... It's getting a little bit annoying when the Tigerstar thing keeps being brought up. But, it was still a good book, just compared to the others it was a little slow.

  • JJ
    2018-12-19 03:12

    good kitties, good book.

  • Andromeda
    2019-01-05 04:10

    My poor babies...Once again I find myself thoroughly surprised at how much these books make me sad and happy all at the same time. As time goes on I find myself loving this series more and more. I will be so sad when eventually I finish it...

  • Braintwich
    2019-01-04 03:04

    Basic synopsis: Now that the clans have found their new home, tensions again rise as territory is sorted out, death of a leader brings rise to uncertainty in all clans, and they must find a way to contact Starclan before it's too late. A new prophecy arises: Before there is peace, blood will spill blood and the lake will run red.More character development! PLEASE! Leafpaw and Brambleclaw are the cats this book follows and Leafpaw...falls in love. Well...sort of. There isn't much development between her and Crowfeather and I wish there were more. It seems rushed and uncertain, as if the Erins didn't know how to handle their relationship. Brambleclaw on the other hand trades in Squirrelflight for his half brother Hawkfrost, though I do identify more with Brambleclaw's way of thinking than Squirrelflight. He doesn't know of his half brothers dangerous ambitions and Squirrelflight is only going off hearsay from her sister's knowledge of the Riverclan warrior. Poor Brambleclaw lost his sister to Shadowclan, and his father who he never knew much, he's had to outlive his father's shadow time and again and here he finds he has more kin in Riverclan and he ends up losing his lover now too. I think Brambleclaw's and Squirrelflight's parts were written well.

  • Braiden
    2019-01-19 06:03

    In the book I am currently reading called WARRIORS, STARLIGHT, the main characters are Brambleclaw, Crowfeather, Tawnypelt, Mistyfoot, and Squirrelflight. Brambleclaw is a warrior from thunderclan and is a dark brown tabby tom with amber eyes. Crowfeather is a warrior from windclan and is a dark gray, almost black tabby withblue eyes. Tawnypelt is a warrior from shadowclan and is a tortoishell she-cat with green eyes. Mistyfoot is the deputy of riverclan and is a gray she-cat with blue eyes. Last but not least, Squirrelflight is a warrior from thunderclan and is a dark ginger she-cat with green eyes. So far in the story windclan, shadowclan, thunderclan, and riverclan had to leave the forest because twolegs where starting to tear it down. After three days of walking, they finally find another forest to live in. They send five cats, Brambleclaw, Crowfeather, Tawnypelt, Mistyfoot, and squirrelflight to look around the lake and find a place for all of the clans to live. The prediction that I have for this book is that I think that all of the clans will find a home and they will be able to build up their base to defend out any unwanted predators.

  • Black Dog
    2018-12-25 08:52

    The remaining 4 of the 6 explorers have successfully lead their Clans to the new home. Borders will be divided and territories,explored. Involving characters forced to break friendship ties,cats exploring their new territories, and a leader dying,only to be replaced by a new one.A defiant rebellion will clash against allied forces for power. This book is extremely exciting as loation is changed as you follow the exploring cats. I reccommend this book to cat lovers. IN FACT,I RECCOMMEND THE WHOLE WARRIORS SERIES TO CAT LOVERS!!! I myself am a fan and promise that you will read late into the night, this book recalling to you a world you've never known.

  • Álvaro
    2018-12-26 04:06

    Pronto Reseña

  • Deborah Pickstone
    2019-01-08 08:50

    They arrive at their new home and trouble breaks out pretty much immediately. A story thread begins that compares faith to lack of faith (and, in one instance, blind faith on the part of Firestar) that lasts the rest of this series. My main complaint at this point is that the books end in a way that doesn't properly seem 'finished', especially the inevitable 6th installment. (I've now read all six of this series so that's my conclusion).

  • Allie Penn
    2019-01-04 02:06

    In this one, everyone yells for 598 hours about borders and who should run Windclan. Brambleclaw and Squirrelflight refuse to talk to each other over stupid reasons, and Leafpool has a sexual awakening realizing Crowfeather is hawt, but remembers she is a magical nun. Fun times.

  • Starfire
    2019-01-01 06:52

    This was such a good book! I'm really sad because I don't have the next book, but that won't take long to get. I like how before everyone's settled into their new home, cats attack with Mudclaw. But I am curious about Hawkfrost. Is he good to bad? I can't wait to find out what's going to happen!! These books have kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time! Can't wait to read some more.

  • Owen
    2018-12-25 10:00

    This book was very exciteing. The 4 clans finaly arive from their long journy from their old homes. In this book the clans have to split up once more and divide their terotories. They finaly find there homes but everyone is grabing terotorie so fast. As wind clan settels Tallstar dies. His last words were to apoint a new deputy instead of Mudclaw. Mudclaw and Hawkfrost then gather cats from other clans and attack wind clan because they believe that Mudclaw is the real leader. In their new home they still have to find a new moonstone. Leafpaw gets a sighn in a dream. She is folowing the river boundry betwean thunderclan and windclan. She than comes to a pool and sees starclan. Than she goes in real life and Spottedlead guides her there. I can make a text to self connection. In this book in the battle with Mudclaw and Hawkfrost, Brambelclaw is there and he is afraid what he would do if he had to battle his brother Hawkfrost. I can relate to this because it is like haveing a battle internal or external with your best friend. It helped me understand how Brambleclaw felt. I would give this book 4 and a half stars. It keeps your attention the whole time. I would recomend this book to people of all age. It has a grate ballance of action and everything elce. I cant read a bood with not mutch action, or elce what I just read slips out of my head.

  • Ynwa
    2019-01-02 04:01

    /!\ Pas de spoil de ce tome 4 mais des tomes précédents. Les territoires des quatre clans ont été ravagés. Les clans ont été obligé de quitter la forêtmais grâce à la quête réalisée par nos personnages principaux ils ont pu rejoindre un nouveau lieu pour s'installer. Dans ce tome les quatre clans découvrent enfin la nouvelle terre prête à les accueillir. J'ai beaucoup aimé les descriptions qui permettent de bien s'imaginer le paysage. Malgré le fait que tous les clans se sont soutenus lors de la menace les hostilités reprennent lors du partage de cette nouvelle terre. Le Clan des Etoiles reste silencieux et cela n'apaise pas les tensions. Encore une fois je ne suis pas déçue!! J'adore toujours autant me plonger dans cette saga. J'aime le doute qui plane dans ce tome: sont-ils vraiment au bon endroit?! Que fait le Clan des Etoiles?!". En plus du doute il y a la tension, que ça soit entre les clans ou bien dans les clans eux-même.J'ai hâte de lire la suite comme d'habitude.

  • Robyn
    2019-01-16 08:03

    This is probably one of the better books in the second arc of this series, as much for the story itself as for the promise it leaves for the rest of the arc. Now that we have some cats with a lot of really interesting history with eachother, the authors are able to do a better job with creating interpersonal (intercatural?) tension that's believable and intriguing. Added to that, we have a new setting, which we are exploring with the characters. Everything is new, but still has a weight behind it. The pacing was excellent, the characters were strong (though we still have a few too many, and I have a bit of a hard time keeping them straight), and the different plot elements came together well. We had a satisfying end point, but with still enough left up in the air and unexplored that the next book should prove interesting. The authors are really hitting their stride, now, and I'm eager for the next installment.

  • Angleheart(Lexa)
    2019-01-09 02:58

    THIS BOOK IS 2!!!They finally get to there new home but all of the cats were weak and tried. The cats that went on the tribe to the sun-drown place went and explored the area. When they finally moved in to soul mates were fighting. One of them found a new cat to hang around. But as he tries to forgive her she just doesn’t lison. Though some cat has a plan to take over. Crowfeaither sonly after the death of Feathiertail he is now in love with someone new.I liked this book because you can’t give up when you have nobody to share the pain. All of the cats in the have to spot becoming one and go back to the way it use to be.All should read this book expel if they like fancy. But girls who don’t like sad stories problem should not read this book. There is also a series and it is good to find out more.

  • Jessica Mcmahon
    2018-12-26 02:05

    "Starlight" is the fourth installment of the "Warriors: The New Prophecy" series. Now, a warning to any "Warriors" fans, this book isn't like the other books that you are used to. This one is slower and isn't as action packed, but either way it was a good book.Now, for the story:When the clans move into their new lake territory, more than one cat is facing difficulties. Brambleclaw is having trouble whether to trust his half brother Hawkfrost, or the love of his life, Squirrelflight, who would never trust Hawkfrost. Leafpaw is worrying about how to speak to Starclan. Mothwing, the medicine cat of Riverclan, doesn't believe in Starclan, Crowfeather is grieving over Feathertail like there is no end, and the entirety of Windclan itself is doubting who the true leader of Windclan is. Will the clans be able to coexist int he forest, or will there be chaos to no end?

  • Nic
    2019-01-07 01:50

    Wonderful!I think that this continuation of Warriors was great. The alternating point of views were perfect, character development and characterization were incredible, and the overall plotline was exciting. I love the constant feeling f anticipation that resides in all Warriors books. You know something exciting and usually unexpected is going to happen at the end, but you're not sure what. This is where the alternating point of views come into play. Cat A thinks Cat B is good and trustworthy, but Cat C thinks Cat B is up to no good. Even at the end, it's still completely uncertain whether Cat B is good or bad. This builds exhilarating excitement, making you have to keep reading. I just finished it and I can't wait to get the next book. The only sort of negative aspect is that it feels slightly rushed looking back on it, but not noticeable at all during reading.

  • Carol
    2018-12-24 10:15

    Me encantó. Amo al Clan Estelar, son un amor. La historia me gustó mucho, suceden muchas cosas a comparación de los libros anteriores. Hay mucha intriga y buenas sorpresas. Zarzoso y Esquiruela son unos tontos por andarse peleando por tonterías. Corvino Plumoso me da ternura y tristeza a veces, pero es un amor de gato. Y Hojarasca, pobre, tiene un gran problema por delante. Este libro me dio ternura, me dejó intrigada y hasta unas sorpresas inesperadas se sacó de la manga. Hacía mucho que no le daba 5 estrellas a los gatos.

  • Joseph Leskey
    2019-01-08 07:14

    Ah. Finally. Some things long-awaited happened. Now that thought is made on my part upon this weightless subject, I believe that I appreciate the way they were dealt with. Now there is opportunity to heap more problems upon these poor cats. Hopefully to the enjoyment of the reader. 😼 So, I will now [have], with some mingled apprehension and excitement, approach[ed] the next book in the series.

  • Yiyang Zhang
    2018-12-21 08:06

    It's a shock that people that you trust can be so dangerous.

  • Janelle
    2018-12-20 09:03

    This book is awesome! I was in the edge of my seat the whole time, exited to see what troubles will come with the four clans new homes!

  • Daniel
    2019-01-08 04:06

    A lot of excitement.The ending is very tense.I enjoyed reading it so much that I finished it in very quickly without realizing it.

  • Sonja Jastrebic
    2018-12-22 04:13

    THE END WAS WEIRD BUT I did like the book

  • Arieke Oolders
    2018-12-19 08:49

    Goed boek. Spannend geschreven. Er staan wel een aantal typfouten in door de vertaling, maar dat mocht de pret niet drukken!

  • Austin G
    2018-12-21 09:04

    Erin Hunter did a spectacular job in his book Warriors, The New Prophecy, Starlight. The book Starlight is the 4th book of the series The New Prophecy. There is also 3 other series to Warriors. This book really affected me as Erin Hunter takes the time to put the reality in to this survival type book. As the cats arrive at their new home there are many conflicts that could happen with these cats that Hunter really includes with this book that make me feel like this is the book to read. The conflict, reality, and the pure excitement are the characteristics that make this book one of my favorites so far. And the cliffhangers, Hunter did an amazing job making sure that a reader like you and me never gets bored of this book. Everytime I sat down to read I really found it hard to stop the action for another time. Erin Hunter made this book one of the best in my opinion so far in this series. I love how exciting and full of action this novel is. This book has four main characteristics that he used to really make this book stand out from the other books. The first one he did a fantastic job of using was conflicts. And in my opinion you can't have a book without a few conflicts. A few examples of conflicts in this particular novel is one, the problem of finding homes for every clan and making sure that one clan dont have alot of land and a different clan doesn't. Another conflict is the last minute appointing Onewhisker as deputy. Mudclaw the former deputy is enraged of Tallstar's decision. The next one is reality. When your looking at this book which is fantasy and action the last thing you want to read about is flying cows with laser eyes. Or maybe you do, but if you want to see that, this is not the book. Over all this is a great book and it is full of excitement, but there are a few things that I recommend before you head down to your local or school library to pick this book up. I want to point out that if you are from 10th to 12th, or anything passed those grades, this book is to easy of a read. Your comprehension levels would simply be bored reading this book. But on the other hand if you are from 3rd to 5th grade this book might be a little out of your reach. My recommendations would be 6th to 9th grade this might be a good fit unless you are excelling at comprehension or struggling. My next recommendation would be if you are not familiar with the outdoors or if you would rather watch tv or play video games than be outside this is not the book for you. But if you love the outdoors and you fit in those grade recommendations I would highly recommend picking this book up. This book was fully believably and you will have no problem creating the movie in your head. Overall I would give this book a 4 out of 5 star. Hunter really did outstanding on this book!

  • Samantha
    2019-01-01 04:59

    The last bit of journey for the gang and I’m so glad that it does not take up half the book. Also, the thing with Leafpool and Crowfeather just kind of feels like it was just put in there for shock value.I know Bluefur and Oakheart hardly spent any time together but I don’t really think they said their I love you’s so quickly, at least not from what I can remember.Another missed opportunity with the new cover of this book. I know the cats are the focus but they could have done something instead of those uncomfortable close-ups of the cats.I thought that I had gotten to like Squirrelflight because she had grown up but then the old, impulsive cat returned and she and Brambleclaw fall out over her baseless mistrust over Hawkfrost. I know that it’s not actually misplaced but the way she goes about it could have been handled differently.The story isn’t overly emotional but the writing did keep me reading and I figure if I didn’t have to go to class, I would have finished it the same day I started it.The pace is excellent, the fighting is tense and well written and now that they have everything they need, no more journeys.Thank you for reading my review.-Sam

  • KathVelandia
    2018-12-21 01:59

    Este libro llego en el momento adecuado para hacerme vivir una experiencia completamente increíble como siempre pasa con los libros de los gatos guerreros.Mientras leía algunas opiniones acá en goodreads me di cuenta que muchos afirmaban que es un libro en el que sucede practicamente nada, y debo decir que es cierto, en cierta medida claramente, si tu buscas aventura, peligros, batallas y muchas muertes definitivamente es un libro en el que no pasa mucho, pero, desde mi punto de vista, si llegaste a este punto de la historia, si llegaste al 10 libro de la saga es porque no buscas solo esas cosas, sino por que estas tan enganchado con el mundo y los clanes que sus fortunas y desventuras son tan importantes para ti como para los gatos protagonistas.En este libro vamos a ver como se adaptan los cinco clanes a este nuevo lugar, como intentan poner todo en orden y que tenga algo de la normalidad a la que estaban acostumbrados en su anterior hogar, en esta entrega vamos a preguntarnos al igual que los gatos ¿ Qué tan necesarias son las fronteras realmente? ¿ Por qué después de todo lo que han vivido tienen que seguir siendo "enemigos"?Este libro es uno de mis favoritos de los que he leído, por que nos habla desde las tradiciones de estos gatos, desde los rituales y lugares que ya son tan conocidos para nosotros como lectores, de la añoranza de lo que quedo atrás pero también, desde la esperanza de quienes lograron alcanzar la meta y miran el futuro con optimismo.

  • Charlie
    2018-12-19 06:50

    So far probably the weakest book in the series, far too focused on settling into their new home and arguing day and night. It was hard to say when the story really picked up, when it felt more like a telling of events in a much too long string. It was repitive, with the only redeeming quality being the chance to see every territory closely and the characters chemistry. I read through it fast because i knew otherwise i'd never get on in the series, im hoping better from the next!

  • Wilford
    2018-12-31 10:15

    The Clans have finally found a good place to set up their camps and territories. But this is a struggle, for they have to explore the land and Leafpaw needs to find a new moonstone. They struggle for survival while dealing with their territories. It's a really good book because cats are struggling to survive and we tore up their territory. It shows the true relationship between humans and cats and the wild.

  • Tacos W
    2019-01-11 07:05

    Terrible plot, Erin did horrible foreshadowing (as always) and a bad plot. Out of all the books I read in this series, this is the worst. Squirrelflight and Leafpool hogged the book, and you killed off Tallstar, one of my favorite characters. Squirrelflight is so annoying. The only good part was the battle at the end. I hope the next one is better.