The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the warriors super edition hawkwings journey gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging. A believable world is established with a coherent moral and political system; the characters are compell My son and I read this book together. It's great for all ages but the reading can be somewhat advanced and hard to comprehend to younger readers. One of the wonderful matters of warriors is it speaks to all ages. They often deal with dramatic story lines and focus in on one particular character. To view it, I honestly would have given this book a higher score, but it failed on multiple accounts.
When he was still a young cat, he could fight a cat much bigger than him by himself. Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natur Erin Hunter is the pseudonym of five people: , , , , and , as well as editor. Book Theme Song: by Breaking Benjamin This is definitely what is known as a That's the entire plot. Very good idea for a plot, and it fits in with the current series very well, but the middle could be re-written to be a little more interesting. Therein lies my issue with the book, at a combined moment of hope and despair, the book ends. Cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket if applicable is included for hard covers. So much stuff happens to him that it is so obvious he must suffer and get what he wants just like a protag should.
But this time there is no Firestar to save them, and their time in the gorge territory may truly be at an end. I won't spoil the story, but there is a lot of death in this book, so don't read it if you're too sensitive towards that. Pebbleshine, on the other hand. His attitude was so unwarranted and his actions were just plain foolish most of the time. This wouldn't have bothered me if it happened once or twice, but once SkyClan really got moving it happened so frequently it became annoying.
There are, however, moments of hope. This stand-alone entry is perfect for new readers and dedicated fans alike. For one, they never even get to their goal. What scared me the most is that Hawkwing and Pebbleshine are the parents of Twigpaw and Violetpaw. I read the book in one night, unable to set it down until the last page of the manga. On another note, I wasn't very sympathetic to Hawkwing, either. An epic stand-alone adventure in Erin Hunter's 1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! The time has come for SkyClan to return to the other warrior Clans.
So this brings up a lot of possibilities for the upcoming b There are no words to describe how crazy this book was. Although I would have liked to know more about how SkyClan train their apprentices. A nice change from most Warriors Super Editions. I feel let down as there is no resolution, and, frustratingly, there are no indications of a follow-up. Billystorms death seemed a little unnecessary but I did genuinely feel sad when that happened but at the same time as I said, a little pointless.
I also thought it was interesting to see the depth of the relationships between SkyClan cats, and the raw power of their grief compared to the other Clan cats who are used to losing their loved ones in battle. . It just gives us more questions! He was a combination of several of my favorite characters with just the right amount of uncertainty to make me like him as his own cat. This stand-alone entry is perfect for new readers and dedicated fans alike. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Even though the cast of characters is large, each character is well-developed and I got a clear sense of all of their individual personalities, which made them very vivid for me. Myself, although I did enjoy the book, I would have given it 3.
Again, this isn't the fault of the authors, but it's just something I wish could have worked out differently, so I didn't let this contribute to my rating in any way. This stand-alone entry is perfect for new readers and dedicated fans alike. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. DarkTail is a great villain with a personality that will fool you; well HawkWing is out to become the best. Will SkyClan find its way home--or will it be lost forever? As well as having great respect for nature in all its forms, Erin enjoys creating rich, mythical explanations for animal behavior. Hawkwing's Journey is definitely a well thought out book that really helped to explain some of the origins of skyclan and how hard their journey was before they found the four other clans by the lake.
Hawkwing is joined by many other wonderful characters. I might care about more but I really don't remember Leafstar's book. Throughout the course of the book, Hawkwing endures many hardships and devastating losses that really change him into what he is. Anyways for all the flaws these are my book version of comfort food. The cats of SkyClan are facing a darkness unlike any they have seen before. Hawkwing is not very likable. Stormheart and Hawkpaw is very young and Duskpaw, Pebblepaw, and Cloudpaw go to get Twoleg food.