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by Owen Richardson,Allen Douglas,Erin Hunter

  • ISBN: 0061555290
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Owen Richardson,Allen Douglas,Erin Hunter
  • Subcategory: Animals
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins; 3.3.2013 edition (April 2, 2013)
  • Pages: 400 pages
  • FB2 size: 1573 kb
  • EPUB size: 1613 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 177
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Considering how much time (and love) my 11 year old son and I have wrapped up in these characters, and considering some of the missteps in previous books, I was very concerned that this final chapter would be an epic disappointment. Epic, yes. Disappointment, absolutely not. This book is every bit as good as anything since the end of the first series, and very nearly as good as that. Loose ends are tied up.

2 people found this helpful. This will always, always, always be the most emotional book of the Warriors series. It’s pretty much come full circle and I’m honestly surprised that the authors are still writing for it.

illustrated by Owen Richardson, Allen Douglas. Three must become four to battle the darkness that lasts forever. After countless moons of treachery, Tigerstar's Dark Forest apprentices are ready to lay siege upon the warrior Clans. As Jayfeather, Dovewing, and Lionblaze prepare to lead their Clanmates into battle, they await the arrival of the mysterious fourth warrior who is prophesied to help lead the Clans to glory.

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, and Bravelands series. Библиографические данные.

Erin Hunter's nationally bestselling Warriors series continues in. .

The battle between the Dark Forest and the warrior Clans has arrived. Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and Dovewing wait desperately for the fourth cat who is prophesied to help them-and who may be their only hope for survival.

Three must become four to battle the darkness that lasts forever. Hopes will be shattered and heroes will rise as the warriors fight for their very survival. Adventures & Detectives Kids Animals & Nature Fantasy.

It was some of the aspects that a few Warriors books lacked and more

It was some of the aspects that a few Warriors books lacked and more. This book hit me hard and I will never forget this day where no one could move me from the couch as I clenched the book in my hands, announcing every time I hit a new chapter. Apr 20, 2012 TeaDrinkingCat rated it it was amazing. It all started in 2008, and I had just won the State Reflections contest.

When a terrible danger rises within WindClan’s territory, it heightens tensions that are already growing in the wake of the battle with the Dark Forest. Caught between his son, Breezepelt, and their Clanmates, loyal warrior Crowfeather must conquer the ghosts of his past to make way for his Clan's future.

The end of the stars draws near. Three must become four to battle the darkness that lasts forever. . . .

After countless moons of treachery and deceit, the battle between the Dark Forest and the warrior Clans has arrived. As the cats seek out their allies and enemies, Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and Dovewing wait desperately for the fourth cat who is prophesied to help them lead the Clans to victory—and who may be their only hope for survival.


Reviews about Warriors: Omen of the Stars #6: The Last Hope (7):
Vrion
This book was the perfect wrap up to this series. Every thing was so perfectly placed, so well thought out. Every single death was so cruel... from (SPOILER) Spottedleaf to Hollyleaf, to the most heart wrenching death, beloved Firestar. I could not stop reading this book. Every page was so suspenseful. Best warrior book ever, even a tiny bit more than the first series.

Even though this book was suspenseful, creative, and perfectly placed, I feel it was rushed and slightly confusing. When Firestar died, suddenly everything pieced together after the war. I forget Midnight's last words, (since it was quite a while since I finished this book), but I remember that it was something of an ending. And here comes out the next series. While the beginning was slow paced, the ending went by quickly, a bit too quick for my taste. It could've been a two part book, actually. And all this switching points of views made me slightly confused as well. Anyway, amazing book. Another great one, Erins!
Landamath
Spoilers:

I thought this book as good. It really built up suspense leading to The Great Battle, and my heart was racing at every page. It was sad, yet amazing. Believe it or not, but to me Firestar's death was not as heartbreaking as the others. The one that really got me was Spottedleaf. Why, Spottedleaf? Also, Hollyleaf really made me feel sad. The Great Battle though did leave me perplexed in some spots. Why didn't Starclan or The Ancients come right away? Also, the battle hardly, if not at all, mentioned Riverclan. We mainly got Thunderclan and Shadowclan, and some Windclan. Yet, no Riverclan cats deaths are mentioned. Also, what about Riverclan camp itself? Why not show how that one held up? We only hear that at the end from Molepaw and Cherrypaw that Riverclan chased off the Dark Forest cats. The final things thought was weird was Firestar's death. I knew the instant that tree fell, he was dead. At first I thought the tree crushed him, or the fire burned him. Later, as I read other reviews, I heard he died from his battle wounds. Which way did he actually die? Like Mapleshade's Vengeance, it is unclear that he/she died, or how they died. And if Firestar actually died from wounds, why strike the tree with lightning? To this very moment I still wonder how he died. But, the book was exciting, sad, happy, and begins a new story. I'm happy to say this book deserved four stars, with just a few of unclear parts. Amazing, and a good wrap up for the Warriors Series. Hopefully, the series continues on after this.
Qag
The Last Hope is the wrap up for the entire Warriors saga, not just the Omen of the Stars series. Considering how much time (and love) my 11 year old son and I have wrapped up in these characters, and considering some of the missteps in previous books, I was very concerned that this final chapter would be an epic disappointment. Epic, yes. Disappointment, absolutely not. This book is every bit as good as anything since the end of the first series, and very nearly as good as that.

Loose ends are tied up. There are only a couple of continuity lapses (one of my pet warriors peeves - and, let's face it, the Erin Hunter team has to keep track of a LOT of closely-related cats, so the mistakes are bound to happen). I counted only one thesaurus fail (where part of a cat's name is also used as a noun or a verb in the same sentence), which I believe is a new post-Midnight record. In other words, the Last Hope is a lovely book to read.

The characterizations moved forward nicely without any interference from unlikely plot devices or inexplicable failures to ask the easy questions or volunteer the necessary information. There was only one plot progression that seemed out of character to me, and even that one kind of made sense in terms of the histories of the clans. Sorry for being cryptic - the Erin Hunter team has worked hard to build the drama and suspense for this ending, and I'd hate to spoil it for the reader.

The ending felt emotionally satisfying to me, even though not everything turned out the way I wanted it. My son felt the same way. He's grown up with these cats. They taught him to read :)

The suggested ages for reading this book are accurate. Children as young as eight should be able to manage the vocabulary. However, there are some concepts, such as war, religion, family obligations, honesty, and fate vs. free will, that you may want to discuss with your child. This is one of the bloodier books since the first series, so you'll want to be aware of that. However, if you're thinking of reading this book, you probably already know how fighting and death are handled in the Warriors universe. Speaking of which, this is NOT the place to start your Warriors journey. Out of all the books in all the series, this one, more than any other, depends on information given in earlier books.

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