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Warriors: A Vision online of Shadows #5: sale River of Fire online

Warriors: A Vision online of Shadows #5: sale River of Fire online
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Erin Hunter’s #1 bestselling Warriors series continues in A Vision of Shadows #5: River of Fire. This hardcover edition includes a double-sided jacket with a bonus poster!

StarClan’s prophecy has been fulfilled, and the long-lost SkyClan has returned to its rightful place among the other four warrior Clans. Many cats believe the danger is past. But after moons of division and strife, ShadowClan is in danger of falling apart forever.... 

Full of epic adventure and thrilling intrigue, this fifth Warriors series is the perfect introduction for readers new to the Warriors world—while for dedicated fans, it’s a long-awaited return to the era of Bramblestar’s ThunderClan, after the events of Omen of the Stars.

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Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. In addition to having great respect for nature in all its forms, Erin enjoys creating rich mythical explanations for animal behavior. She is also the author of the Seekers, Survivors, Bravelands, and Bamboo Kingdom series.

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Featherstream
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Mixed Feelings (SPOILERS)
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2019
I am a warrior fan since the first book of the first series. I hate to say this, but i think the stories are getting worse nd worse and repetitive. the characters are also losing their unique characteristics. If u havent read this book and plan on buying it, stop... See more
I am a warrior fan since the first book of the first series. I hate to say this, but i think the stories are getting worse nd worse and repetitive. the characters are also losing their unique characteristics.

If u havent read this book and plan on buying it, stop exactly right here. i dont want to spoil it for u. if u read it already, read on.

first thing. the awful, awful names. i thought it couldnt get any worse when lioneye came out. then twigbranch appeared and wiped eveyone else off the map. twigkit was a dumb name to begin with, anyways. what happened to beautiful names like silverstream or ivypool?

second. the characters. i hate to see twigpaw sooo bossy. i dont understand. however idiotic her actions are, she always gets away with "im just trying to help" its irritating. she seems selfish and childish to me from the very first book. no offense to the people who like her. just my opinion.

third. alderheart falling in love. anyone notice that EVERY SINGLE thunderclan medicine cat has fallen in love before?! isnt this whole med cat falling in love tragic love story getting a bit OLD? i thought it was beautiful and sad with firestr and spottedleaf. i felt sorry for yellowfang. when leafpool fell in love i was like oh well. then jayfeather. i thought gosh seriously him too? i had absolutely no patience when alderheart announced he liked velvet. to make it worse cinderpelt confessed to liking firestar. i sort of guessed that she had a crush on him (it was pretty obvious really) but couldnt at least ONE medicine cat in thunderclan keep his/her head on and control their feelings?! cant the writer find some differnt story to tell instead of torturing the medicine cats?!

fourth. the characteristics. i dont know, but i think a lot of the cats are losing their special characteristics. for example ivypool. dont get me wrong, i love her and am happy to see her finding a mate. the shes older than him thing doesnt really bother me. as long as they love each other, who cares? what i find weird is ivypool having kits. like i said, im glad to see her find someone who adores her. but having kits is just so unlike her. its almost sad to think of such a fiery she cat confined in the nursery.

there is still some good stuff in this book. i like violetshine. i see bits of feathertail and ivypool and hawkwing in her. so thoughtful and brave and caring. and i think she and tree will make a good couple. but thats it. i hope the next book will be better.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Involving and compelling, wonderful series of life
Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2019
My grandson and I are reading this series now for bedtime story time. It is a great, ongoing series. You don''t want it to stop. The animals are animals, but have very human feelings and actions. It''s a great story to involve children, while also teaching them the ups... See more
My grandson and I are reading this series now for bedtime story time. It is a great, ongoing series. You don''t want it to stop. The animals are animals, but have very human feelings and actions. It''s a great story to involve children, while also teaching them the ups and downs that happen in life and how to deal with them, or how others deal with them, right or wrong. This is our second series group to read and we didn''t want either to stop! The involvement with the characters is real and related to life events and walks the reader through it all.
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shanta marie
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And the tale continues
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2018
Love all the Warrior Cat books, including this one. I was worried that I wouldn''t like the storyline as much without Firestar, but it it keeps on going and is interesting. I devour each book. Can''t wait to read book six of this series. The long wait between books is... See more
Love all the Warrior Cat books, including this one. I was worried that I wouldn''t like the storyline as much without Firestar, but it it keeps on going and is interesting. I devour each book. Can''t wait to read book six of this series. The long wait between books is difficult, but worth it.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not only for junior readers, but adults who love stories
Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2018
about cats will love these books. I''ve been reading this series from the very beginning and I''ve never been disappointed. Full of adventure, thrills, love, humor, and sadness. It''s an absolutely amazing series! I always find myself lost in each new book... See more
about cats will love these books. I''ve been reading this
series from the very beginning and I''ve never been
disappointed. Full of adventure, thrills, love, humor, and
sadness. It''s an absolutely amazing series! I always find
myself lost in each new book and when it ends hoping
the next one will arrive soon. Erin Hunter is an amazing
author!!!!
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Jey
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Another Good entry
Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2018
Another great installment, I will be looking forward to the next one. A good amount of politics and action, but thankfully the series seems to be making less of the same story over and over again without relying on false conflict like it used to. When there''s trouble... See more
Another great installment, I will be looking forward to the next one. A good amount of politics and action, but thankfully the series seems to be making less of the same story over and over again without relying on false conflict like it used to. When there''s trouble there''s real trouble, not just a bunch of misunderstandings. Glad this series is headed in a good direction.
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Cesar
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
An Okay Book But Some Problems SPOILER ALERT
Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2018
This I think is an okay book. Its better than the last one. Firstly, Alderheart''s romance. Why does he need one? Its happened all ready with Leafpool and Crowfeather but at least it didn''t go that far. I have to admit though Velvet and Alderheart were kinda cute. Secondly,... See more
This I think is an okay book. Its better than the last one. Firstly, Alderheart''s romance. Why does he need one? Its happened all ready with Leafpool and Crowfeather but at least it didn''t go that far. I have to admit though Velvet and Alderheart were kinda cute. Secondly, the names in this book. Not just Twigpaw''s but the kit names too. Flipkit, Snapkit, Thriftkit?! Are you kidding me?! Twigbranch was the same thing. It was disappointing waiting for so long for the next book then find out how dumb Twigpaw''s name was. Bramblestar made it worse with his speech. Plus I think Twigleaf would have been better. Finleap was a great name. Thirdly, the attitude changes in some of the cats. Sparkpelt went from being the most trusting, kind, energetic cat to being a bad, mean cat. Especially to Twigpaw. Also Bramblestar having odd feelings about Tigerstar. For pete sake Tigerheart is way better then Tigerclaw. Lastly, Shadowclan. It already fell once to Sol. Why are they doing it again? Plus the remaining rouge cats returning. I saw it coming. Sleekwhisker and Nettle are jerks. I might add that in chapter 3, it seemed that they intended to kill off Squirrelflight but then didn''t. I quote from the book: "Where have you been?" The blind cat demanded." What took you so long? More cats have come down with the sickness-and the worst of them is Squirrelflight!" I was so excited to see if Squirrelflight dies(I don''t know why)but then nobody mentions her again. Alderheart never makes a comment about his mother. Then she was seen again when she was better. I was super confused. Things i did like was Jayfeather and Fuzzball, Tree and Violetshine relationship and Tigerheart''s resurrection. People give Tigerheart to much hate. Hopefully, the next book is better.
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Anne Pruitt
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A decent read with some pretty great stuff...
Reviewed in the United States on April 23, 2018
This was a weird book.  My rating fluctuates between a 3.5 and a 4.  Review will contain spoilers for all previous Warriors books as well as River of Fire. What I didn''t like: Alderheart having a romance.  Why was this necessary? Twigpaw''s... See more
This was a weird book.  My rating fluctuates between a 3.5 and a 4.  Review will contain spoilers for all previous Warriors books as well as River of Fire.

What I didn''t like:

Alderheart having a romance.  Why was this necessary?

Twigpaw''s warrior name.  Twigbranch?  Seriously?  The whole reason she was named that was so stupid! "Because you''ve grown from a twig into a branch."  Wow.  Still sounds awful.  When I first read it, I thought it was a typo until Bramblestar continued talking.

Dovewing and Tigerheart running off and doing their own thing and then "conveniently" coming back when they were needed.  They really pissed me off because I liked the idea of Dovewing getting over Tigerheart and being mates with Bumblestripe, but no.  We had to do the "forbidden" romances.

How everyone is using poor SkyClan!  You have cats coming and going in their camps, as well as ShadowClan not staying faithful and it''s a huge mess and SkyClan never asked for it, OK?

RiverClan coming back to the group and wanting help.  It''s your own bloody fault that you need help because you refused to let anyone near you, drama queens.

Tigerheart being brought back to life was...weird.  I can''t decide if I like it or not.

What I liked:

Violetshine and Tree are adorable.

Tree''s new job!! I genuinely love the idea of a Clan ambassador to settle disputes and having it be someone who is outside the Clans'' influence!

Resurgence of Darktail''s group. Knew that was going to happen.

Jayfeather''s sass.

Briarlight''s death.  It was AWFUL.  I cried.  But it was so well done because we''ve had Briarlight around for two whole series now (?) so we''ve gotten used to her being there, and this came out of nowhere and was superbly done.

WindClan is so helpful and nice now.  It''s refreshing after dealing with the Onewhisker doppelganger who ruled.  (I still believe that Onestar was a bad clone of Onewhisker and Onewhisker is off int eh woods, living out his life).

Greystripe, Brightheart, Cloudtail, and some of the other old gang are still around.  It really hit me with this book that Greystripe is the last character who has been around since book one.  BOOK ONE.  I will be sobbing for hours when he dies.  Just go look for me in the closest restroom.

As a whole, I liked this book.  Twigpaw (I refuse to use that awful name) was better in this, but I still don''t like how she''s trying to fix everything herself.  She is seriously living up to the "bossy ThunderClan" stereotype.  The whole thing with Tree being able to see and talk to dead cats was cool.  We''ve never had anything like that before.  But now you have StarClan bringing cats back to life to make them leader and...why?  Tigerheart ran off from his clan.  He abandoned them, and StarClan wants to make him leader??  Not only that, but as Bramblestar said, having a Tigerstar leading ShadowClan sounds really, really bad.  I''m going to have a hard time looking at Tigerheart and not picture Tigerclaw now.  The ending to the book was also super happy and that was weird because when has a Warriors book ever ended on a happy note?  Other than series'' end and a few special editions.

All-in-all, a decent read with some pretty great stuff, and Jayfeather''s sass had me dying laughing.  Super curious to see where book 6 takes us as I have zero ideas right now.
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Bobbi Barton
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Popular book for tweens!
Reviewed in the United States on April 24, 2018
My 11 year old daughter is OBSESSED with this series and was so excited when this came out!
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Emmy L,C
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Perfect Lead on
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 10, 2018
Perfect lead on from the darkest night, it''s a relief that the Erin hunters are finally killing off some Thunderclan favourites as well as showing a non-grumpy side to Jayfeather. I have been anticipating this book for ages and was not disappointed!
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AR MARI
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Amazing but I think they''re running out of names…
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 6, 2018
Amazing descriptive scentences, I feel like Violetpaw needs to be able to let readers relate to her, becuse I find myself scanning her chapters instead. I also feel like Erin Hunter is running out of names to call warriors. I give 4/5 but overall, a great read!
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ex Morphy Richards fan
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purrfect
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 5, 2018
A stunning warriors book yet again following Alderheart, Twigpaw/branch and Violetshine''s lives with great description. I will greatly miss the special, kind cat that was lost but I am looking forwards to the next book. And ShadowClan have found their place finally.
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May Redfern
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Great Book. A Must Read Series
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 24, 2018
A great series and this one is getting better as it progresses towards the end. I am looking forward to the series finale and getting the box set when it comes out.
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Kira Pepper
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IMPRESSIVE
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 8, 2018
It is so imaginative I could not put down my kindle !! An só místic as the cats are! I have been reading Erin Hunter since 2011 or before and never stopped . I am always looking forward to the next story that is mixed with true story !
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