Dawn Something terrifying is happening in the world of the Clans Amid the destruction of the forest cats are disappearing including ThunderClan s beloved medicine cat apprentice Leafpaw Now the young ca

  • Title: Dawn
  • Author: Erin Hunter
  • ISBN: 9780060744571
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Paperback
  • Something terrifying is happening in the world of the Clans Amid the destruction of the forest, cats are disappearing, including ThunderClan s beloved medicine cat apprentice, Leafpaw Now the young cats who set off on a quest many moons ago have returned with a chilling message The Clans must move to a new home, or risk extermination.But it is not easy to convince the cSomething terrifying is happening in the world of the Clans Amid the destruction of the forest, cats are disappearing, including ThunderClan s beloved medicine cat apprentice, Leafpaw Now the young cats who set off on a quest many moons ago have returned with a chilling message The Clans must move to a new home, or risk extermination.But it is not easy to convince the cats to leave Even if all four Clans agreed to travel together, the dangers waiting for them beyond their borders are impossible to predict More importantly, even the questing cats have no idea where they re supposed to go What they need is a sign from StarClan but what they need most of all is a plan to save their missing warriors, or risk leaving them behind forever.

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    About " Erin Hunter "

  • Erin Hunter

    Erin Hunter is the pseudonym of five people Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, Tui T Sutherland, Gillian Phillips, and Inbali Iserles, as well as editor Victoria Holmes Together, they write the Warriors series as well as the Seekers and Survivors series Erin Hunter is working on a new series now called Bravelands Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world As well as having a great respect for nature in all its forms, Erin enjoys creating rich mythical explanations for animal behavior, shaped by her interest in astronomy and standing stones.


  • yourhappinesslife La verdad es que el libro tiene muy buen ritmo y es muy ligero, algo que me ha dejado un poco descolocada es que hay asuntos que no se resuelven al final y veo un atisbo de misterio muy interesante.Un final de trilogía lleno de miedos, peligros y aventura, los gatos deberán unirse para poder sobrevivir.

  • I am at the part of the book where te cats on the journey come back from midnight(the badger). They must convince their leaders to go to the great rock to see star clan. They must do this to save all of the cats in the forest. So i far i think this book is a good book. I think it is because i am currnetly having an read-atthon on talking cats! I think that the warrirors seirs is a great book to start on! I still wonder if they are going to save the cats on the clans

  • *SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE PREVIOUS BOOKS IN THE SERIES*Squirrelpaw, Brambleclaw, Crowpaw, Stormfur, and Tawnypelt have finally returned from their long journey to find Midnight and a place for their Clans to flee. The twoleg destruction has grown much worse since the 5 cats left. Twoleg monsters have torn up half the forest, and Windclan is on the very brink of starvation, with Thunderclan and Shadowclan not far behind. Riverclan is the only clan that doesn't seem to be suffering, with t [...]

  • Brambleclaw, Squirlflight, Cropaw and all the other Cats that went on the journey have returned. They convinced the rest of he clans that they had to run from the humans that were destroying everything. The cats convinced all the clans to go on the journey over the mountians. They come across the Tribe of Endless Hunting. They stay a few days. Then Stormfur decides to stay because he is in love with brook. I can make a text-to-self connection to thiis book. In this book All the clans decide to l [...]

  • I really enjoyed this book. I love Erin Hunters writing style. This book starts of where Moonlight left off. The cats have just returned from there quest to find Midnight. They have found out that they must leave the forest to find a new home because the Twolegs are destroying the forest. The conflict comes in when some of the clans can't or won't leave the forest for one reason or another. I really like how we can see Brambleclaw and Squirrelpaws relationship grow stronger in this book. I also [...]

  • Upon returning to the forest, the cats of the quest to the Sun Drown place now face a new challenge to convince their clans that they must leave the forest. The Two Legs are destroying the forest and the clans must work together in order to survive. The cats of the quest have proven it is possible and FireStar understands how urgent the situation is but will he be able to convince the leaders of the other clans? Remaining is impossible but the path to new home chosen by StarClan remains unclea [...]

  • It was good! Actually, when I first tried out the Warriors series to see if I liked it, I started with the third series, "Power of Three" and the new forest where book four and beyond is going to take place in is the place that I first "set up" everything in my mind first, so it feels really familiar to me. I don't see why Squirrelpaw was not made a warrior in this book. She just went on a long and dangerous journey to a place that no cat except them had ever been before, and then she comes alll [...]

  • I've read the book before but I'm rereading it again because I loved Brambleclaw so much:) I realized a lot more detail now that I'm reading this series again! This is an awesome book! FIVE STARS IN MY BOOK:)!!

  • Not as exciting as the previous two installments, but lots of character development, with a bittersweet ending that left me wanting more!

  • Dawn is some of Erin Hunter’s best work! When twolegs (humans) start to tear down the warrior cats’ forest to make a new thunderpath, (road) Squirrelpaw and Brambleclaw along with their other friends from different clans hurry home to save their land! When Shadowclan’s camp is destroyed, Thunderclan, Riverclan and Windclan rush to help them. Riverclan and Shadowclan finally realize that they need to leave their home to survive and agree to travel with Thunderclan and Windclan to find new t [...]

  • It was great because there was lots of action and unexpected stuff like when they fight each other and when Sharptooth kills Feathertail.

  • So good! I didn't expect anything less from this series. It had me on edge literally the whole time. And the ending I never would've expected that!

  • The journey continues. The Clan differences fade until they arrive in their new home, when they are back with a vengeance! *Continues to complain about Greystripe*

  • This was my favorite Warrior's book as I read through them the first and second times. I think I've read this four or five times. It remains one of my favorites as I reread the books so many years later. All of the clans working together is so great to see, and I'm excited for the rest of the books as I was when I was younger :)

  • I loved this book! I like how it's getting so intense!! But why do both RiverClan cats go? I would like to have had Feathertail or Stormfur stay, but I knew that it was Feathertail's destiny to help the Tribe and that Stormfur felt alone after Graystripe vanished. Let's hope that they don't loose any more cats.

  • A wonderful piece of literature that holds adventure, bravery, and sacrifice. It is as if one can imagine wild cats, yet in social groups, live and thrive in the forest. Makes reader wonder if they are somewhere in this world, prowling, waiting for a "Twoleg" to find them. Think about it, a clan of cats that have beliefs just as we did in ancient civilizations. It is like Christianity, but with a twist. StarClan, the Dark Forest, these are perfect words for their atmosphere! The characters are a [...]

  • Wow, what a pretty cover! Who wouldn't want to read this book based entirely on the cover alone? Luckily the story itself is reflected well with that pretty cover, filled with suspense, new friends, and excitement. It was so sad to see the severe destruction of the Forest we grew to know so well in the first book series. Sunningrocks, Fourtrees and the River all destroyed by man's relentless ravaging of the Natural world. I would never call myself an Environmentalist, but I still hate the effect [...]

  • This was awesome, though it took the cats little time to get to their new territory, it felt real and totally believable. The fact that it was mainly the twolegs fault, and that they drove them out by starvation and killing them off, made me have to continue. I did cry when Crowpaw got his warrior name. In this book you can see that first, what humans do to the environment is disguisting, all forms of life are special and have feelings, and lastly what you believe follows you no matter where you [...]

  • Je pense que ce tome était un tome de transition avant les trois derniers. Peu d'actions dans la première moitié du livre mais de la réflexion. En effet, chacun des membres de notre petite troupe retrouve son clan. Malheureusement la menace est déjà en train de ravager les territoires des quatre clans. Les chefs vont devoir prendre des décisions. Vont-ils réussir à s'entendre et dépasser les frontières de leurs clans pour ne devenir qu'un? Faut-il vraiment quitter le territoire comme [...]

  • Los gatos guerreros se merecen una oportunidad, los libros van mejorando conforme pasan y sus personajes se hacen cada vez mas reales, dejan de ser gatos, siguiendo siendo gatos a la vez, al contarnos una historia entretenida en la que empezamos ver en su comportamiento y en su forma de organizarse cosas cada vez más humanasrdidaenunmundodelibross

  • Los libros de en medio de las series siempre se me hacen tediosos. Estuvo bien, pero fue solo el viaje de los clanes en busca de su nuevo hogar, y la primera mitad fue pura pelea entre que unos clanes querían irse y otros no. Hubo partes pesadas, otras más emocionantes. Sabía lo de Borrascoso desde que se empezaron a acercar a las montañas de nuevo y me intriga que sucederá con Látigo Gris. Espero que los que siguen se vuelvan a poner emocionantes.

  • The theme and plot of this book was interesting to follow, but the average length of each section of plot was too long, causing rather drawn out and slightly boring reading sometimes. This should not be a problem, however; makes a person empathize with the characters more or something, eh? Overall, I enjoyed the novel with about 36.348323% of vehemence. There is a great deal of opportunity for fantastically exhilarating events revealed by the end of it.

  • This book was as enjoyable as the last. The clans must unite together on a journey as the clans go on the search for their new home. It has good and ending and is another addicting read, can't put them down!

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