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Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues with the sixth book in the New Prophecy series!The sixth book in this second series, Warriors: The New Prophecy #6: Sunset, brings more adventure, intrigue, and thrilling battles to the epic world of the warrior Clans.As shadows of the past continue to plague the forest, Brambleclaw is haunted by a dark figuErin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues with the sixth book in the New Prophecy series!The sixth book in this second series, Warriors: The New Prophecy #6: Sunset, brings more adventure, intrigue, and thrilling battles to the epic world of the warrior Clans.As shadows of the past continue to plague the forest, Brambleclaw is haunted by a dark figure on a dangerous quest for revenge, and must struggle to remain true to his Clan. A sinister path is unfolding and the time is coming for certain warriors to make the choices that will determine their destinies… and the destiny of all the Clans....

Title : Warriors: The New Prophecy #6: Sunset
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ISBN : 9780061363061
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Number of Pages : 198 Pages
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Warriors: The New Prophecy #6: Sunset Reviews

  • Christina
    2019-01-04 02:50

    Fitting end to the second series. I like how things were wrapped up into a semi-neat bow with enough dangling threads to keep us wanting the third series. These books are addicting!!

  • Sella Malin
    2018-12-21 08:07

    This book is amazing. Every time I finish it, even if it's not for the first time, my heart beats as furiously, I am as sweaty and pale, and I feel as shocked as if I had been in the book and experienced the appalling turmoil that the main character had just been in. Every time I re-read it, it is as exciting and terrifying as if I had read it for the first time, and all the same things happen to me. It's the end that is the best part. It is everything that makes the best books so good. It is full of cruel treachery and betrayal, heightening suspense, heart-stopping excitement, intriguing mystery, paling shock, and more the like. I think that if an author not as talented as Erin Hunter would have braved to write such an ending, it wouldn't have been as good. I think this is my favorite book in the whole warriors series. Even Erin Hunter would be hard-pushed to write a warriors book in a better way. After the badger attack, Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw push away their conflicts and come together. Squirrelflight trusts Brambleclaw fully again, but Leafpool isn't so sure. She knows Tigerstar still haunts Brambleclaw's dreams, and how loyal can Brambleclaw be with his father's temptations hanging over him? Meanwhile, Brambleclaw struggles to stay loyal to his Clan and not give in to the path of his father's footsteps...

  • Aoife
    2018-12-20 06:42

    Thumbs up! I'm greedy for warriors and this ends the arc in an awesome way. A great addicting read, with love, action, adventure and suspense, what more could you want? Character's that you become really attached too make this story even more amazing. I find these stories very believable and moving. A troubled tom cat must choose between power and loyalty to his clan and the cat he loves. A very exciting ending, loved the ending - did not know what was going to happen next. Weird reincarnation thing at the end... what will they come up with next?

  • Courtney8-22
    2019-01-06 01:58

    Author: Erin Hunter Genre: Fantacy/Adventure This is the sixth book in the second series of Warriors. Brambleclaw is a loyal Thunderclan cat with a bad past. Firestar is the leader of Thunderclan, and has two daughters.When Brambleclaw is faced with the promise of power and contol he has a tough decision to make. Will he follow in his father's path or will he choose to break away. There is one prophecy that has been ongoing;before there is peace,blood will spill blood and the lake will run red. There are new apprentices and kits that have a promising futere. When a good thing leads to a bad, will the clan be strong. The plot never gives away the ending but will lead you down the path of the problem. This is the way in every book.

  • Lee
    2018-12-22 05:50

    A great installment in the 2nd Warriors series. I was never bored, the pacing was steady and interesting; although the ending had a very rushed feeling. Despite that, it much less predictable than many of the earlier books. The continueing drama of the intertwined lives of Tigerstar and Firestar and their families is really well-played in this book; and the glimpses of StarClan and the shadowy forest are especially intriguing and satisfying for those of us interested in the Warriors' world. Can't wait to start the 3rd series now!~

  • Micheline
    2019-01-16 05:02

    I was super anxious starting this book. As the last book of the New Prophecy series, I knew many questions would be answered, but I almost didnt want to know which way things were going to go. I was happy the book was told from BrambleClaw's perspective and hoped that would be an omen that with all the difficult choices and temptations he had to face wouldn't take him off his path. All throughout the book he keeps dreaming about his evil (and dead) father TigerStar, and joined bu his brother HawkFrost, in the dreams, TigerStar coaches them on gaining power and leading all the 4 clans among both of them. It is clear that BrambleClaw has misgivings about some things his father says, and in his waking hours he is a loyal ThunderClan cat, but the meetings with his father, and his over ambitious brother had me feeling anxious. BrambleClaw is one of my favorite characters...The book's narration was shared again, by LeafPool, and she was also aware of BrambleClaw's dreams with TigerStar, and while she was often worried about this, she didnt let it could her judgment when StarClan gave her an omen that BrambleClaw was to be made clan deputy.I absolutely adored the whole New Prophecy series, although I felt this book ended a bit too abruptly for my taste. Once we finally know the outcome of the prophecy ''Before there is peace, blood will spill blood...'' the book comes to a close, without sharing anything more with the reader about the characters we've grown to care for all through the series. I knew the next series 'Warriors, Power of Three'' will probably show us more, but time will have passed and it will be from a new generation of cat's perspective. Seeing as I get way too emotionally invested in fictional characters, I will miss sharing BrambleClaw's thoughts, but I am very happy with this book as the final book of the New Prophecy!

  • Kmaria
    2019-01-17 09:57

    Leafpool is now mediciene cat of Thunderclan, while Squirrelflight falls in love with Brambleclaw and Brambleclaw figures out that power isn't always a great thing.

  • Kate Matson
    2018-12-20 01:47

    Summary:Soon after the cats reached their new home by the lake, ThunderClan's medicine cat Leafpool received an ominous warning from StarClan: Before there is peace, blood will spill blood, and the lake will run red. As the Clan slowly recovers from a devastating badger attack, Leafpool can't help but wonder . . . do her prophetic dreams mean there are even worse dangers still in store for the warrior cats?At the same time, shadows of the past continue to haunt the forest as some old friends struggle to find their place, others appear to be lost forever, and an old enemy finds a new way to resurface in a quest for dark revenge. A sinister path is unfolding, and the time is coming for certain warriors to make the choices that will determine their destiny . . . and the destiny of all the Clans. Plot:I actually really loved the plot in this Warrior book. Of course, I always do. It was thrilling, and I read it in 1 day. In almost every Warrior book, there's a huge war, and I was glad to see a change for this one. There wasn't technically a war, but they was was major fights that were with few cats. Although, some plot twists were obvious, but yet again, Hunter leaves me off with a major cliffhanger and I MUST start the next book ASAP. Writing:Erin Hunter is my second favorite writer of all time. She/they are such amazing writers, and I LOVE their writing style. It's so easy to read, but it's beautifully complex at the same time. Characters:There was so much character development in this novel, it was unbelievable. Sometimes, you can't trust ANY cat, and you have to wait for the novel to reveal the traitor. One thing that bothered me, was Brambleclaw and Squirrelflight started picking up their "relationship" like nothing had EVER happened. That bothered me, and if you've read this book, you would know what I'm talking about. Overall & Recommendations:This was such an amazing ending to The New Prophecy. I can't wait to start with The Power Of Three. Everything was perfect in this book, and barely anything bothered me. I would recommend starting the Warrior series in 5th grade.

  • David
    2018-12-22 05:05

    I LOVE THIS BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!it was a good last book of the series to finsh the series and wrap it all up I liked that tigerstar came into hawkfrost and brambleclaws dreams and their got to talk to each otherbut i fell out of my seat whe hawkfrost leaded firestar into the fox trap and they got into a fight

  • Leonor
    2019-01-13 02:43

    Reseña Y llegamos al final de esta nueva saga. Los cuatro clanes ya están totalmente instalados en su nuevo hogar, pero siguen habiendo rencillas que los separan, aunque también elementos que los unen.El ansia de poder continúa presente en los hijos machos de Estrella de Tigre, Zarzoso y Alcotán. Aunque se nota que Alcotán piensa de forma mucho más parecida a su padre que nuestro querido Zarzoso.Ahora Hojarasca Acuática es la curandera oficial del Clan del Trueno, y el Clan Estelar le dio la responsabilidad de velar por Blimosa, la aprendiz de curandera de Ala de Mariposa, del Clan del Río, y enseñarle todo sobre el Clan Estelar por la inhabilidad de su mentora al respecto.Crítica Me gustó mucho el desenlace de esta saga. Los personajes quedaron bien definidos, las distintas relaciones desarrolladas y los clanes asentados en su nuevo hogar.Lograron superar los problemas que los aquejaban, y hacerse más fuertes en el proceso. Siempre hay algunos que salen perdiendo, pero probablemente en la próxima saga eso se subsane.La narración no pierde nunca el ritmo, va hacia distintos focos, pasamos por distintos puntos de vista (todos los cuales están revestidos de importancia), lo que hace a esta saga una muy entretenida, fácil y rápida de leer. Aparte de ser apta para todo público, atraerá a grandes y a chicos.La recomiendo en especial a los amantes de los animales, y a quienes gusten de las aventuras en general.4 / 5 estrellas

  • Deborah Pickstone
    2018-12-30 01:38

    Final volume of this series. Will Brambleclaw catch on that his respected progenitor is bad to the bone? So many hints are dropped to him that it's hard to see how he's so slow.....but he works it out in the end.The Erins do keep reiterating the obvious at times. Can be annoying.A story thread continues 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.Anyway, now I have none left and I feel grumpy! These books are like chocolate and very quick to read.

  • José
    2019-01-05 06:51

    No le pongo 5 porque dejaron el final muy abierto y ni siquiera sé si se publicará la siguiente saga :/

  • Christian Kezar
    2018-12-21 07:05

    I think this book is really good because i like the on going story behind it. The story line is really great and i am almost done with all of the Warriors series books and i think this one is a good book because it lets a medicine cat learn to help others in a time of need.

  • Lindsey
    2018-12-30 02:42

    Okay, this was the best Warriors books so far. 4.5 I wish I could give. It has the edge on Forest of Secrets mostly because I really love the brothers. I still take issue with some of the overly easy characterization the Erins do, which is why I can't give it a five. But the pace was amazing, the intrigue was great and the character arcs were brilliant. I loved this book. It makes me want to jump right into The Power of Three series, even though I've heard that is... not as good. Characters like Squirrelflight, Brambleclaw, Mothwing and Leafpool were all worth reading about their development and choices, as well as my old favorites of Cloudtail, Brightheart and Mistyfoot. As I mentioned before, I am also forgiving of Brambleclaw's indecisive attitude regarding his desire for power in that he feels his father's influence, but it is helped by the fact that Brambleclaw does consider things and reevaluate his positions based on the right catalysts. While Squirrelflight's attitude toward Brambleclaw is bizarre because she, nor Leafpool, have any reason to constantly wonder whether Brambleclaw is like his father, I will allow that it is mostly her frustration at his refusal to consider her perspective. I also feel really, really awful for poor Leafpool (view spoiler)[especially since I know how things turn out for her in The Power of Three (hide spoiler)].That said, The New Prophecy should have been four books, not six. Dawn was a total waste of time. And much of Starlight could've been handled in Twilight. The overall pacing of the series was atrocious ad the in-between books really dragged. I probably won't be picking up Power of Three for another several months, as I might be kitty'd out, but I hope, for all its other flaws, that it knows how to pace itself.One more thing that was probably my BIGGEST frustration with the final three books. After spending half of the second series trying to convince readers that the Warriors need to learn to make their own decisions and not look to StarClan for everything, the final three books completely throw this idea out the window. Almost EVERY major decision is a result of StarClan interference (view spoiler)[Leafpool deciding to run away with Crowfeather, Leafpool deciding it's all right for her sister to be mates with Brambleclaw, Squirrelflight making the same decision, Firestar deciding to make Brambleclaw deputy, Leafpool figuring out Mothwing's secret... HELL the only cat who makes his own decisions IS Brambleclaw, who makes the climatic decision to save Firestar (hide spoiler)]. THIS IS RIDICULOUS. I don't like the agency it takes from the characters, and I'm particularly disturbed that it suggests to its children readers to look toward someone else when making their decisions, higher power or no. This extensive reliance on StarClan was never present in the original series, and it shouldn't be here. I hope this element is also excised from The Power of Three.

  • Ash
    2018-12-23 01:58

    FINALLY I FINISHED THIS DREADFUL SERIES. Let me say something The first series (The Original) was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G and suits any age but this one!!It started great as good or even better than the first series and I REALLLY enjoyed the first two books but what about the rest? THEY ARE CRAP not all of them only the 6th and the 3rd were DREADFUL in my opinion and the 4th and 5th were just fillers. What about this one.It's the WORST Warriors book EVER The book is 303 pages First 100 pages Leafpool is healing cats, that was like watching Cat's ER which was so NOT INTERESTING. next 180 pages I don't even know why they were there. last 20 pages were exciting enough that's THE ONLY reason I gave it 2 stars. I hated the fact that the last book wasn't as epical as the last book in the original series. I remember I couldn't leave the book and this one was totally BORING I could've really just read the last chapters and get the whole story and I really didn't get the point of Mothwing fake dream of trying to ditch off Stormfur and Brook :S Anyways I'm not planning to read the third series for sure. These women just want money and they totally forgot about the quality. I really feel sooo bad that Erin Hunter ruined the Warriors series that way. I might read Bluestar's Prophecy though, looks promising.Like I did with The Da Vinci Code. I changed my mind. 1 star.

  • Jose Antonio
    2018-12-31 09:39

    Creo....Que le daré un 4.5 de 5.Bueno, ¿qué puedo decir de este libro?Acabo de terminarlo hace menos de 5 minutos y literal estoy boquiabierto.Es un final muuuuuuy bueno para esta segunda saga, esas últimas páginas estuvieron llenas de adrenalina, y en general estoy feliz de que en esta última entrega la historia no haya decaído, se mantuvo con el mismo ritmo.Los defectos que le veo a esta última entrega es que acabó abruptamente, las últimas páginas como ya dije son buenísimas, pero acaba muy de repente y uno se queda con cara de: "¿Qué? Le deben de faltar páginas a mi libro", pero no, ASÍ ACABA.Como ya dije, un final muy bueno para una segunda saga que fue súper buena. Estoy satisfecho, aunque igual se haya repetido eso de los capítulos innecesarios.Los extrañaré a todos... :'(

  • Sam
    2018-12-26 05:06

    Soon after the cats reached their new home by the lake, ThunderClan's medicine cat Leafpool received an ominous warning from StarClan: Before there is peace, blood will spill blood, and the lake will run red. As the Clan slowly recovers from a devastating badger attack, Leafpool can't help but wonder... do her prophetic dreams mean there are even worse dangers still in store for the warrior cats? At the same time, shadows of the past continue to haunt the forest as some old friends struggle to find their place, others appear to be lost forever, and an old enemy finds a new way to resurface in a quest for dark revenge. A sinister path is unfolding, and the time is coming for certain warriors to make the choices that will determine their destiny... and the destiny of all the Clans.

  • Scott
    2019-01-02 02:48

    A terrific ending to this prophesy ... but I am not sure that Leafpool will be able to count on the outcome to follow blood spilling blood and the lake runnning red. I must admit that Erin Hunter has once again caught me off guard ... and now I will need to move to the third series (The Power of Three). These authors do a masterful job of creating cliffhangers at the end of each book and series. I knew Brambleclaw had it in him ... what a great character. And I am also glad that Squirrelflight came to her senses ... and Firestar, well, he remains a visionary of what a soul can become, not just what one is. Great story!

  • Cara
    2019-01-05 03:47

    First off, let's just take a minute to admire this gorgeous cover. Absolutely beautiful.Sunset was the most incredible conclusion anyone could ask for, all the loose ends were tied leaving a satisfying ending. And what an ending indeed; dramatic, emotional, powerful.I also never realized how heavily things were hinting at the next series, the three stars, Leafpool's "plumpness," the shadowy forest. Definitely details you only pick up on a second read through.This book alone would make me encourage anyone to read Warriors.

  • Ceci
    2019-01-07 04:42

    YAY! GREAT endingPOOR FIRESTAR, that fox trap surely hurtbut I couldnt believe the fight... brambleclaw would make a great deputy, but, what will hunt him on his dreams? I think it was the hardest desision ever...I hope leafpool will tell him that she knew about his meetings with tigerstar and that he didnt have to worry that StarClan did walk on those forests...CANT WAIT TO HAVE THE FOLLOWING 6 BOOKS! (I just hope that firestar doesnt die, even though that would mean that Brambleclaw became Bramblestar)

  • Animallover1234
    2019-01-08 03:00

    Hawkfrost trapped Firestar, but Brambleclaw killed Hawkfrost, and freed Firestar. There's 4 new kits in the clan, and one of them is called Cinderkit, in memory of Cinderpelt. Brambleclaw is now deputy of ThunderClan. Mothwing of Riverclan has a apperntice, Willowpaw.

  • Leafshadow
    2019-01-03 09:44

    Its one of my absoulte favorite books! its awsome how leafpool guides willowpaw in her dreams with feathertail and leafpool says goodbye to crowfeather. brambleclaw kills his own brother to save firestar!

  • Kayley N.
    2018-12-27 07:37

    Great book!Good lesson on loyalty

  • Max Volk
    2018-12-21 07:04

    great

  • Brianna
    2019-01-05 07:41

    This book was so cool, and Hawkfrost should die, and the prophecy was awesome the way it played out. Of course, I might have just loved it so much because I love Brambleclaw...

  • Anna
    2019-01-03 08:04

    this is my favorite book of the series

  • Neo Lung
    2018-12-24 05:50

    exciting

  • Jadyn
    2019-01-12 04:41

    AMAZING!!!

  • Erin R
    2019-01-10 10:03

    nice ending to series 2! Looking forward to series 3!

  • Clem
    2019-01-19 02:59

    Really good. That's all I can say. Really good.