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Warriors :: The New Prophecy :: Dawn Book Review

Warriors :: The New Prophecy :: Dawn Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

A group of cats set out on a dangerous mission to save their clan in Warriors: The Prophecy 3: Dawn. Check out this review of the book by Erin Hunter and other books for kids and children.

Title: Warriors: The New Prophecy
Author: Erin Hunter
Ages: 9+
Rating: 5


Erin Hunter's cat clans are back! In Warriors: The New Prophecy Book Two: Moonrise, a group of brave cats left the four cat clans on a mission from the mystic StarClan. Now they're back with a terrifying message � the clans have to abandon their homes before the twolegs destroy them all.


Cat Drama and Adventure

The best part about Erin Hunter's novels about the wild cat clans isn't just that they're well-written, it's how real all the cats are. It's not a goofy novel about a bunch of wide-eyed furballs, it's a serious drama with brave heroes, terrible monsters and ancient legends. The way all the cats think about the twolegs (that's us humans) is interesting too. Erin Hunter's stories are a must-read for anyone who likes cats, just make sure you bring tissues - this is a sad story.


Hairballs and Tragedy

The biggest problem with reading Warriors: The New Prophecy Book Three: Dawn is that it's the middle of a huge story. If you don't go grab the rest of the books, it can be confusing. And, once this one hooks you, you'll need to read Warriors: The New Prophecy Book Four: Starlight so you can find out what happens to all the clan cats!


The Bottom Line

If you like cats and want to curl up with an addictive book and purr your way through a huge story about heroes, legends, and tragedy, this is the perfect book for you! At least it will be once you've read the first two books in the New Prophecy series, and maybe even the six before that!


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