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Starlight (Warriors: The New Prophecy) [Paperback]

Erin Hunter
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  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: HarperTrophy; Reprint edition (1 April 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060827629
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060827625
  • Product Dimensions: 19.2 x 13.2 x 2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 128,842 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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In the exciting second Warriors story arc, the wild cats of the forest have lived in peace and harmony for many moons€"but new prophecies from their warrior ancestors speak of a mysterious destiny and grave danger for the clans

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5.0 out of 5 stars Thank you. I've got the book 26 April 2014
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I love the books this series and read almost all the books about cats
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5.0 out of 5 stars Warrrior 21 Feb 2013
By Lynn
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The Warriors Cats books are one of my daughters favourite series of books,and she really enjoyed reading this one. Recomend
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars great book 14 Sep 2010
By lizt
Format:Paperback
My son went through a phase where we couldn't seem to find good fiction for him. He's had this book for a while now and has read it at least 3 times.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome!! 9 Aug 2010
A Kid's Review
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A really great read, and i love to read all the series.
Every book i have purchased has been great.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Starlight 5 April 2006
By Sis - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Library Binding
I should say this clearly: Starlight is THE BEST of the New Prophecy series, though not the best of all of Erin Hunter's books. Starlight starts right at the end of Dawn, but we've lost Squirrelpaw's point of view and instead are back at Brambleclaw's.

There is a very good reason for the switch back to Brambleclaw, and his story is perhaps the most touching of all the Warriors saga. Brambleclaw struggles to force back the ambition he inherited from his father and is angered by the fact that, after all he's done, he's still being forced to prove himself to the Clans. He also meets his half brother Hawkfrost truly for the first time, and his shocked to find that there are similarites between them, besides their pelt color. Brambleclaw finds himself drawn to Hawkfrost, much to Squirrelpaw's dismay.

Leafpaw, meanwhile, has much bigger worries. She is desperate to find a place to replace the Moonstone, for she has her own questions that need to be answered by the cats of StarClan. She shoulders the burden of caring for her Clan as they struggle to support themselves in an unfamiliar territory full of dangers. She also recieves a new message from StarClan, one that has yet to be solved by the end of the novel. Also, welcomingly unexpectedly, Leafpaw finds herself facing a completely different struggle than one that she ever imagined that she would have to face. This struggle is pulled completely to the surface near the very end of Starlight, and is one of the main reasons that I am so looking forward to the next Warriors installment.

Starlight brings forth many things that we missed from the original Warriors, which makes it surpass Dawn as the best in the new series. The traveling cats are well and good, but what really made me love the old series was the simple Clan life that was only in the beginning of Midnight but absent from the rest of the new series. Squirrelpaw and Leafpaw also get their new names; while I love Leafpaw's, I think Squirrelpaw's is rather stupid. But that's just me.

While the suspense and action that has been propelling the series up until this point is fading in Starlight, a new mystery arises in the fourth book. When you read as Brambleclaw faces it, it really brings back the old Firestar charm, which will be welcomed by many readers.
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Starlight 10 April 2006
By Crystal - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Summary: The clans have reached the end of their long and difficult journey, and are worried about how to live in this unknown area like they used back in the forest. they struggle to create territories and boundaries for the clans and to go their separate ways after being among each other for what seemed like forever.

Leafpaw, along with the other medicine cats, are anxious about whether starclan are really with them, and if they were ever going to find a replacement for a sacred place where they shared tongues with starclan. she receives a dream from starclan, which helped her find the way to a place to communicate with Starclan. near the end, leafpaw (she received her name by then, but you'll have to read the book to find out what it is!) and an unexpected character have a forbidden relationship together, which i find interesting and it only makes me more impatient for the next book. There is another prophecy revealed in this book, which will lead to the events in order for there to be peace in the forest.

Meanwhile, Squirrelpaw struggles to cooperate with Brambleclaw, but ever since he met his half-brother Hawkfrost, legitimately, for the first time, he has been eager to get to know his brother better and realizes the correlation between them. Squirrelpaw is shocked, and tries to convince him that Hawkfrost cannot be trusted, but fails. And their relationship, which blossomed all the way back in Midnight, begins to dissolve into nothing as Brambleclaw and Hawkfrost's relationship intensifies.

Firestar's daughters receive their new names in this installment. Squirrelpaw's warrior ceremony marked the clans arrival in their new land and Leafpaw got her name from something she discovered in which she had been determined to find a replacement for ever since they left their old forest for the first and last time. I didn't really get either of their names, because they didn't really make sense...but i have to say that Squirrelpaw's warrior name reminds me of the time when, in the previous New Prophecy books, she wanted to be all sorts of animals when she journeyed to the sun-drown-place, so I can kind of understand how her name relates.

Near the end of Starlight, a suspenseful twist takes place, which was planned by two unexpected cats, one who wanted revenge and one who only wanted the best for his clan.

I find that Starlight is among the best-written of the series, mainly because every cat has changed. Firestar is more noble now that he leads Thunderclan, even Hawkfrost is more respectful to MOST, but I still think that Squirrelpaw is as stubborn as ever, which makes me feel bad for Brambleclaw...who really likes her and tries his best to win Squirrelpaw's trust, but sometimes everything is not enough...and Squirrelpaw just won't give him another chance...or two... This installment held the most challenges for the five clans, which really held my interest throughout the story. Starlight is a new and wonderful addition to the New Prophecy series; i truly enjoyed reading this, and i don't regret using the two hours of my day reading this book. I am now awaiting Twilight, the next volume of the Warriors saga.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must read for fantasy and cat lovers of all kind 21 May 2006
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
A must read for fantasy and cat lovers, and all those people who are fascinated by the wild world. Have you ever wondered what happens to your cat when they go out in the evenings or during the day? This book is the fourth in the second series. It will draw you in and have you on the edge of her seat until the very end. The ending leaves you hanging with suspense, and anticipating the next book.

These are some of the most fabulous books I've ever read. Althought at first you may be reluctant to read (I was. A book called warriors about cats?) but once you begin you'll be eager to continue. This is an almost guarantee.

Its all about several very emotional, adventurous, and down right marvelously ingenious characters, who are all cats. This book speculates mainly between the relationship between Brambleclaw and Squirrelflight, newly named warrior, as their bond weakens, and newly named Leafpool, discovering something forbidden within her. Crowfeather and Tawnypelt are also basic characters, although Crowfeather is more talked-about. He is the moody one of the group, but you see his deeper side yet again in this book, like when he was with Feathertail.

I was quite sad to read that Tawnypelt wasn't much talked about in this book. She's really quite a bad tempered cat but she is also very loyal and gentle when she wants to be. I really like her, but she was more to the side during this book.

Hawkfrost also has a big part in this book. He gives it a sort of eerie touch that makes you long to learn more about him: good or evil? Personally I cannot choose. In some times he seems so faithful and in others downright cruel.

Anyways, I've delayed long enough. I hope I haven't spoiled anything for those yet to have read it. Really, get out of your seat and read this book, and if you havent read the previous series or the books before this one in the New Prophecy, you'll be amazed at how delightful they are!
21 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a worthy sequel 10 April 2006
By Melanie Edwards - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
brambleclaw and the rest are back in a mellower but still great warriors book. after many days of travel, the clans find themselves at there new homes but its going to take a lot of work before it can be called home. new territorys and boundries must be established, camps need to be settled, and a new gathering place & moonstone needs to be found. not only that but the questing cats who made the journey now must break up as the old clan rivalries begin to spark. meanwhile, leafpaw can only pray to starclan to find a place to communicate with them or all the clan could be lost, that and a haunting warning that rings in her ears "before there is peace, blood will spill blood, and the lake will run red" and even that a scheming warrior plans a attack that can affect all. hunter takes her time in getting the reader familier to the new suroundings just like she did way back in the first warriors book but there is still a healthy dose of action set in the book that leads up to a ending that will answer even more questions. avid fans will flock to the book but if your a first timer, you better read the whole series to be more familier. so, a great read i recomend, now i must wait until twilight comes out.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Starlight 6 Nov 2006
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
I though this book was the best out of The New Prophecy. Now the 4 clans found a place to settle. Brambleclaw and Squirrelflight [Squirrelpaw's warrior name] are fight because Brambleclaw is talking to his bother, Hawkfrost.While Leafpaw is in desperate needs to find a moonstone. At the end a cat falls in love with Leafpaw and she too.Now I just have to wait fo Sunset.
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