This book is the best of the Warriors series thus far. Some of the others lagged during the first halves, but this book was exciting from page 1. The series continues to get darker with more violence and loss, but the ending of this installment is satisfying.
My 9 year old daughter loves this entire series!
I want to say, I am disappointed in the ending. I will try not to spoil the storyline, yes it ended well... BUT... and this is a big BUT. There was not enough info. It ended to quickly, at the climax... there was no epiloque or explanation of what happened to who, which warriors died and which lived, were certain kits rewarded for their bravery in the 2 battles, etc. Disappointing to not have "closure" as the beginning of next series does NOT pick up anywhere near where this one left off, which actually expected since eack part of this series continues the events usually within the same day or 2 of the last book's end.
"the ending of this installment was satisfying." Really? Who died? Graystripe's kits sgo back to RiverClan "because they lost so many warriors." Well, who did ThunderClan lose? We know about Whitestorm, who else? What about an epilogue? What about an official ceremony for Graystripe? How about an epiloque where the clans promise a bit of peace to each other for a few mons. Seriously? NEEDS MORE!!!
Another captivating chapter in the series of Feline Warriors. A swift but creative read one that made me smile and fear but delight in the end.