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Warriors: Omen of the Stars is the fourth arc in the Warriors juvenile fantasy novel In the United States, hardcover and e-book formats for The Fourth Apprentice Sign of the Moon was released in hardcover on 5 April (same as the. page · Community · Videos · Images. in: Omen of the Stars arc, The Forgotten Warrior, Books Bluestar • 2 hours ago. Help us grow Warriors Wiki!. the fourth apprentice-download it here. fading echoes-download it here. Night whispers-download it here. sign of the moon-download it here. the forgotten.

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Erin Hunter's #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues in Warriors: Omen of the Stars—now featuring fierce new art. The fifth book in this fourth series. Warriors: Omen of the Stars; Volume number 5. Warriors: Omen of the Stars #5: . Allen Douglas · Warriors: Omen of the Stars #4: Sign of the Moon book image . I received this book as a gift but I have not read any of Erin Hunter's books. .. The Forgotten Warrior, the long awaited book 5 in the Omen of the Stars (OotS).

Three must become four to battle the darkness that lasts forever. With a divided StarClan driving a treacherous rift between the four warrior Clans, the spirits of the Dark Forest are gaining strength. Dovewing is haunted by nightmares about the mountains and finds herself paralyzed by fear of what lies ahead. Sasha wrestles with whether she should return to live among the housefolk or make a life for herself in the forest. Her travels take her to dangerous city streets, the suburbs and a boat, and allow her to make new friends. Along the way, she learns to value herself and trust her instincts.

Omen of the Stars 1: The Fourth Apprentice. Description Erin Hunter's 1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues in Warriors: Omen of the Stars-now featuring fierce new art. The first book in this fourth series, Warriors: The Fourth Apprentice, brings more adventure, intrigue, and thrilling battles to the epic world of the warrior Clans. It has been foretold that Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and one other cat will hold the power of the stars in their paws.

Now they must wait for a sign from StarClan to tell them which of their Clanmates will complete the prophecy. Other books in this series. Omen of the Stars Box Set: Volumes 1 to 6 Erin Hunter. Add to basket. Warriors Erin Hunter. Omen of the Stars 5: The Forgotten Warrior Erin Hunter. Omen of the Stars 6: The Last Hope Erin Hunter.

Whether it will be a role-playing game is unknown.

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Erin Hunter has stated on the official Warriors website that there is still no plan for an official video game, but if there was, it would probably be based on a movie version of the Warriors series, which was at the time not under consideration. It was also announced that screenwriters Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger would write the screenplay for the movie.

No director or release date has yet been announced for the film. In it, the spirit of former ThunderClan medicine cat Spottedleaf discusses her love for Firestar. In the story, the four Clans vote for a way to survive a tough winter. Every cat at the meeting votes on whether or not the Clans should work together to survive the winter.

The cats vote in favour of working together. Taking place after Bluestar's selection of Fireheart for deputy, it is about the elder Halftail, who is unhappy with the decision, and wakes the other elders to discuss it with them. The script was released to the public on the official site for the Warriors series. After going to a Gathering, where it is obvious all of the Clans except for ThunderClan are starving, three cats from StarClan appear to them: Brightspirit and her parents, Shiningheart and Braveheart, characters created on Wands and Worlds, a fantasy fiction forum, in memory of a year-old Warriors fan, Emmy Grace Cherry, and her parents, Dana and Jimmy Cherry, who were killed in a tornado in February Jaypaw is easily convinced, but Hollyleaf and Lionblaze are harder to win over.

Eventually, they agree and hunt, then wait at the WindClan border for a patrol. Ashfoot, WindClan's deputy, accepts the gift, but Breezepaw, too proud to have help from another Clan, refuses to eat it.

Warriors: Omen of the Stars #5: The Forgotten Warrior

Jaypaw, Lionblaze, and Hollyleaf then head towards another Clan's territory. ThunderClan shelters him, thinking he saved Molepaw and Cherrypaw from a fox. Later in the book, Dovewing and Ivypool stalked him, into the tunnels. And guess who they found. I am gonna leave you hanging, so this the end of my reveiw. View all 55 comments. Oh my gosh I can't wait to read it! I really hope Hollyleaf come back!

I miss her and I wish that Lionblaze, and mostly Jayfeather would forgive Leafpool. It's so sad how they're angry at her and I really want Leafpool to be the medicine cat again!

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View all 4 comments. Oct 27, Karen rated it liked it. Erm, yes. These are my guilty pleasure. View all 5 comments. Recensie volgt op m'n blog. View 1 comment. Jan 25, Kayla rated it it was amazing Shelves: The final battle is growing ever so closer. Lionblaze, Jayfeather, and Dovewing struggle to find the forth cat in the prophecy to save the clans.

But in the midst of their struggles Sol returns. He of course is back to his old bag of tricks. But is he truly the forgotten warrior? After all he was never a warrior to begin with No, the forgotten warrior is a different cat. Take your best guess: I loved the plot of this book.

It was much better than the last warrior book. Dark Forest is br The final battle is growing ever so closer. Dark Forest is brainwashing even more clan cats to join and train amongst their ranks.

Ivypool works undercover to discover the time and place of the final battle. She learns that the time is drawing ever closer. But when the time comes will she be able to get out alive or will Dark Forest cats take her down before she can alert Firestar? Loved this book!

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I finished it the day I got it. I wish I could build a time machine, travel forward in time and get The Last Hope. Read it.

Warriors: Omen of the Stars #5: The Forgotten Warrior

And get an autographed copy of The Last Hope. View 2 comments. Jun 25, Julia, a dog lover rated it it was amazing Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. She's back!!!!

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I mean the tunnels! And the battle!!!! Best book in a long time. I can happily say my faith in the series has been instantly restored. Dec 15, Soo Jo rated it it was amazing.

Great and read it in 2 hours! Just couldn't put it down. I'm so glad that Hollyleaf came back. Nov 18, Jayne rated it it was amazing.

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It's coming to an end soon and it's been quite a wonderful time reading the story of these warriors. I've named my cats after characters from the stories. My grandchildren love Warriors. Apr 08, Micheline rated it really liked it Shelves: And the second to last book of the series as we know it. According to the authors, the next series of Warrior Cats isn't written; and would take place at the beginning of the clans, kind of like prequels. I was worried I'd be confused; having finished the previous OotS Warriors book in June; but there are always short and sweet little reminders thrown in, which aren't excessive; cause I di The Forgotten Warrior, the long awaited book 5 in the Omen of the Stars OotS series of the Warriors book.

I was worried I'd be confused; having finished the previous OotS Warriors book in June; but there are always short and sweet little reminders thrown in, which aren't excessive; cause I didn't notice them previously when I was reading each book back to back This book picks up about a month after the events of 'Sign of the Moon' book 4 in the 6 book OotS series.

The battle of the Dark Forest looms ever closer, the Dark Forest cats are still recruiting heavily, training cats from all four clans in their dreams. As always I find the dream-walker element of the Warriors series fascinating. All these cats being trained separately and almost like a second clan is causing rifts within the traditional clan structures As always, the writing style is delightful; light and easy to fall into again even considering I had read the previous book almost 6 months ago.

The pacing is quick, the action is violent and brutal, and the plot thickens with secrets and prophecies. I had forgotten how much fun it is to read from a cat's perspective lol Its surprisingly human; but with some unique differences: The narrative is more instinctual, a lot of information comes from the senses; what they hear, what they smell, what they see and what they taste and feel. It's fascinating to read from a perspective other than human, a refreshing change from the day to day fiction.

Also the clan dynamic is still as much fun for me. The hierarchy of it all, the code the warriors live by, and how certain warriors bend it more often then others I really had missed it all! Jayfeather is as usual, my favorite perspective to read: His ehnhanced empathy knowing what other cats are feeling , his hightened intuition and his dreams of course. I especially love when he visits other warriors dreams. He can even transform their dreaming environment to suit his purpose.

Even to places he's never been in times before he was born. I'm happy that he uses it for good and I'm still further fascinated with his powers He's still so intruiguing to me; a blind cat who almost sees better than the rest of the clan.

Out of all the warrior series, he's definitely one of my all time favorites I really enjoy Lionblaze's perspective as well, not only for his special powers and part in the prophecy, but for his venture into the dark forest and how it built his character Despite the anticlimactic manor in which she is discovered, I'd say overall Hollyleaf is a welcome return.

I was quite frustrated with her before she disappeared in Sunrise in Po3 but she seems to have changed and I have to say I kinda like her again. She seems to have matured during her exile. She is as strategic and fair minded as she was, but there is a humbleness to her now. Before she had the prophecy hanging over her, now she knows she is excluded from it, and it seems to have given her pause.

I hope I won't regret writing this lol I really enjoyed this addition to OotS and I seriously hope I can make it till book 6 comes out! Let the countdown begin: Nov 11, Joshua rated it it was amazing. This book is one of my favorite books out of all of the Warriors book. It is filled with action, and drama and it keeps me from wanting to read more.

I hope that it will have the same effect to the other viewers as to what it did for me. In this book, i like the way how it transitioned from one characters point-of-view to another characters point-of-view. This book is so good, it will make you want to read the books to come. All in all, i think this book is great and it made me wan to read on mo This book is one of my favorite books out of all of the Warriors book. All in all, i think this book is great and it made me wan to read on more Best book of the OotS series so far.

I just couldn't put it down. Sometimes I wonder why I read this series. I suppose it's because it's just so entertaining and such an eye-catcher. Spoiler time. It's so cute. So intense. It's just so rough and vicious. Just look at what happened with Antpelt? And Cinderheart's memories! In my Best book of the OotS series so far.

In my opinion, Jayfeather made the right choice to show her who she was in the past. Yellowfang was annoying though. Hollyleaf returned That's all I have to say. And then there's Sol. I feel like he's being overused in the Warriors series. He just keeps popping up in random places and plotting the clans against each other.

Hollyleaf should have ended him when she had the chance.. Who cares about the warrior code when you could stop a few deadly battles? Moving onto 6! Jan 09, Rahul rated it it was amazing.

This book is one of the best books in the series. Before you read this book, you may want to consider reading the other 28 books that come before this one, otherwise it is very hard to understand. I think that the author of this series writes with a lot of good detail, and really shows how to be very descriptive. May 28, Suzannah Seerden rated it it was amazing. I finished this book in a day. Feb 17, Josh B. This book brings a lot of new action and even a cat that was dangerous before but was still treated fairly as this cat did not bring harm some thought, but i new they were wrong.