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Warriors: Omen of the Stars #5: The Forgotten Warrior Hardcover – Nov 22 2011

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  • Hardcover: 368 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (Nov. 22 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061555223
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061555220
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 3 x 21 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 408 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #255,361 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author

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 bestselling Seekers and Survivors series.

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Format: Hardcover
this was a great book! really good and you learn alot. (you learn about hollyleaf, sol and cinderheart) im finding that lately its getting sorta mixed up and boring. also the characters arent nerely as good. it seemes like nearly half the cats in thunderclan barely have any personality and never appear. in the older books (into the wild, fire and ice, forest of secrets, a dangerous path, rising storm, darkest hour) the characters are better, you really get to know them (bluestar, graystripe, firestar, sandstorm, whitestorm, thistleclaw, oakheart, tigerstar etc.) these books are starting to get less full, less battles mysterie betrayal unexspected things etc. i think its starting to get better starting with the forgotten warrior. i just think its a bit strange with cinderhearts reincarnation i CANOTT wait for the last hope, its when the battle is!!!!!!!!!!

great book, hope you enjoy it!
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Format: Kindle Edition
after the trip the cats come back jayfeather is asked to tell cindeheart that she was cindepelt the old medigine cat who has rebron as a warrior leafpool tells him not to and leafpool crys over it and says it will destroy cindeheart he says he will tell some offer day lionblaze tells squirrelflight she was a good fake mom and she should have real kits with brambleclaw she says that not possibleb lionblaze dose not ask why dovewind bumblestripe are finding out they ard more then friends and hollyleaf thought to dead returns thanks to dovewing ivypool and lionblaze and sol comes back to leafpool is lionblaze jayfeather and hollyleafs mother this old news to most of you s and birchfall and blossomfall join the dark forces ivypool kills antplet....
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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
got these for Christmas and it is just the series he wanted. Great price on them too. Thank you very much.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6426e88) out of 5 stars MINOR SPOILERS - Fantastic return to Warriors intensity Nov. 25 2011
By J. A. Kossler - Published on
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase


This series and the one before it have been a little slow and have dragged. I continue reading the series loyally because I really love the Warriors world and everything about it -- kits being born, apprentices being named, warriors being named, warriors becoming deputies and leaders, the disputes of the clans... it's just a really fantastic world, even though the storylines have gotten a little convoluted and strange lately. The previous series disappointed me because it didn't resolve any of its main plotlines.

This book, however, shows that the Hunter team is narrowing their focus and working on resolving the threads that were set up in the previous series. I don't feel like, as a reader, I'm stumbling along a path with no structural plotting. The action is much more interesting, the ending is packed with excitement and a heart-pumping battle like the first and second series always promised, and the characters area really being put to the test. Warriors is getting dark and I'm loving it.

We are starting to get some resolution on the following plot threads seeded in previous books:
- Where did Hollyleaf go?
- What about Cinderpelt's reincarnation?
- Where did Sol go?
- What's going to happen with the Dark Forest?

Those questions start to be answered, enough that I didn't feel frustrated that they were blatantly ignored (as I've felt in the previous books), but leaving enough that I'm waiting on edge for the last and final book of this series. If the way they're tying up the threads in this book is any indication of the quality of the next and last... you know you're in for a real intense adventure.

A++ on this one, way to get back on track ;)
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa642a0f0) out of 5 stars Best Book in Omen of the Stars so Far! *SPOILERS- READ WITH CAUTION* Feb. 12 2012
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: Hardcover
The book was well paced, and, said in the title, the best book in OOTS so far, with Fading Echoes and Nightwhisper close behind. There was some fillers, although good ones! Vicky Holmes, 1/4 of the Erin Hunters, said that "A dramatic return, even if it's very dramatic, won't fill 300 pages." So obviously they added a filler, because it is over 300 pages. (315 to be exact.) My guess is Sorreltail's kits, but I enjoyed reading about them, so I cannot complain!
Anyways, Hollyleaf IS the Forgotten Warrior, and she first appears towards the middle of the book. Sol also appears, and the prologue is about him making his way towards the clan. He causes more complications during the book, but I will not go too deep in detail.
Hollyleaf was about to admit that she killed Ashfur at a Clan meeting, but Brambleclaw backs her up and says it was an accident, which we all know it was not. So Hollyleaf begins to train the clan in the tunnels, because thanks to Dovewing's powers they know that WindClan is planning an attack (led by Sol).
Yellowfang tells Jayfeather to tell Cinderheart that she was Cinderpelt, and he obeys. Cinderheart then thinks that she has to be a medicine cat, and then when Cherrypaw and Mousewhisker falls ill and Cinderheart rushes in to help, all the clan knows that she was Cinderpelt. I would tell more about how Cinderheart learns, but I don't want to give it away.
Near the end of the book, Dawnpelt accuses Jayfeather for murdered Flametail at a Gathering. The other medicine cats want Jayfeather to step down as medicine cat until StarClan gives them a sign or they find proof, but Jayfeather stubbornly refuses and reveals to everybody that StarClan has sent each medicine cat a sign to go their own ways.
Lionblaze and Cinderheart are still distant from each other, so their relationship gets nowhere, but Lionblaze confesses to Squirrelflight that she was a good mother to him and his littermates, and that she should have had kits with Squirrelflight. He also ends the chapter when Hollyleaf appears with "No! Hollyleaf, I won't let you runaway again!"
The book ends with Dovewing, Ivypool, Hollyleaf, and other ThunderClan warriors leaving the tunnels from the attack from WindClan, whish Dovewing heard and was able to get there before WindClan left the tunnels.
Also, Ivypool kills Antpelt, who died in "Night Whispers" I believe. He, of course, went to the Dark Forest, and to prove Ivypool's loyalty to the Dark Forest she killed Antpelt again. Breezepelt then finds out what she did, and hissed something like "Just because we're both here doesn't mean your my clanmate. You will pay for what you've done!" (Breezepet was Antpelt's clanmate.)
Bumblestripe takes a liking to Dovewing, and Dovewing occasionally thinks of Tigerheart, but declares that "It is too late for us [she and Tigerheat] not to be enemies." When they meet by the border. Dovewing starts to spend time with Bumblestripe, but only after Cinderheart encourages he to.
And that's the main plot! ;)
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa642a5d0) out of 5 stars Wait, there's no more pages?*checks back cover* Nov. 23 2011
By Reader Girl - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
There are no spoilers in this review.

This book is the Darkest Hour of Omen of the Stars. Great StarClan, I canNOT wait for the Last Hope! When I read the last page, I turned the page, expecting more, but it was done! I highly suggest this book for fans intrested in the next addition to the magnificent Warriors Saga.

This review was brought to you by me. And viewers like you, thank you! Not to mention Erin Hunter. xD
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa642a480) out of 5 stars The Forgotten Warrior Jan. 9 2012
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Every book in Erin Hunter's Warriors series is hard to put down and intriguing. They reveal secrets that astonish readers and set their minds whirring. This one is no different than the others- in my opinion, it would be rated among the top three of the qualities I just listed. If you are looking for a good read, this one is for you.

There is action. There is mystery. There is suspense. There are battles. This is an average Warriors book in this respect, but it is more well-written than those before it. It isn't too long or too short, either. It is average if you look at that part of it too, but, like I said before, it's more well written and exciting. Along with watching the stories in this series unfold, watching Erin Hunter's writing skills progress is also fascinating. Knowing that each book will get better than the last (with this being no exception) heartens me and readers. It definitely makes me eager for The Last Hope, the final battle, and how it will end.

If you want to know who the fourth cat in the prophecy is, I can tell you that it is NOT discovered here (I hope I haven't spoiled anything. I give you my sincere apology if I did).

I can tell people who would like to buy this that it is a good investment. I was so excited and impressed, I read it in a day!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa642a0f0) out of 5 stars Latest Cat Warriors Review Jan. 10 2012
By Ben Gardner - Published on
Format: Hardcover
So glad the much-awaited release is out. It definitely has not disappointed! Our family shares the book and is hard to pry it from the fingers of certain family members!