Book Reviews of Moonrise (Warriors: The New Prophecy, Book 2)

Moonrise (Warriors: The New Prophecy, Book 2)
Moonrise - Warriors: The New Prophecy, Book 2
Author: Erin Hunter
ISBN-13: 9780060744526
ISBN-10: 0060744529
Publication Date: 8/1/2005
Pages: 304
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 4.6/5 Stars.
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4.6 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins
Book Type: Hardcover
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reviewed Moonrise (Warriors: The New Prophecy, Book 2) on + 51 more book reviews
The best in the second series. I just wish they would have focused on other clan cats more.
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What a great series! The cats are warriors who fight battles against their enemies. Author is very descriptive. Kids love these books.
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Great read, in two part form. One story intermingled with the other one about the hardships of the clan cats back at home and the dangers they face, and one about the young warrior cats on a quest in search of a new territory in which to live.
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I thout this book was the best book ever,it made me cry and its vary rare for a book too make a 11 year old kid cry.If you like mysterious,action filled,realistic books that grab you in its your book,and for you girls theres a pinch of romanse.
reviewed Moonrise (Warriors: The New Prophecy, Book 2) on + 2490 more book reviews
This is the second book in the second Warriors series called The New Prophecy. There are 6 books total in the series. This book followed the style of the first book but wasn't as good. Not as much happened; the plot line seemed a bit stuck.

This book begins right where the last book left off. Brambleclaw and crew are trying to make their way home from the ocean. Leafpaw and the Thunderclan are trying to figure out why the Twolegs have started destroying their forest. That is basically the whole story right there.

The book was well-written and engaging. In fact so far these books have written in a very precise way. They alternate between two viewpoints and when they leave a viewpoint they leave it hanging at a critical point. This style does propel the reader through the book effectively; although it makes it hard to put the books down.

I was disappointed that the story didn't make more progress. This book was basically a slow and torturous story about how bad things are getting for the Clans. I found it a depressing read; but tried to remember that a lot of series need to hit their low point in the middle.

The most irritating thing was that the book ended with nothing resolved; not even minor story points. Personally I find this irritating. I kind of feel like some parts of the story should progress and be resolved in a book, even if the main story isn't. Anyway that's my biggest beef with this book. It ends mid-everything. I suppose this will make the reader run out and buy the next book to find out what happens (regardless of whether or not they actually thought it was well-written). Personally if I didn't already have the next book and had to wait a year for the next book to come out I would probably have stopped reading this series out of sheer irritation.

It is a good series though. And since I have the next book I can continue the story. So far I feel like this should have been one book and not 6. I suppose if all of these story-parts were put in one volume the sheer size of it would intimidate the bravest of souls. If you've read the first book chances are you will read this one just cause you don't want to die of suspense and you will also read the next book and the next one...
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My duaghter loves this series. She started reading them in 5th grade.