Erin Hunter’s #1 bestselling Warriors series continues with the thrilling conclusion to the Vision of Shadows story arc.
ShadowClan has returned under the leadership of a new Tigerstar, but their renewed strength has brought the tensions around the lake to an explosive breaking point. SkyClan’s place among the Clans is about to be decided once and for all.
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.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Yeah, I’m a bit late since I’m reading this for a second time. But, amazing. Haters gotta do what they were made for. But yeah, I love this book. I love it. There’s not much else to say. 5 stars 100%. Yeah ‘I love it’ pretty much sums it up.
This book sucked. I have stayed on top of all the Warriors books ever written, and for the most part, they left me feeling moderately satisfied! But this one? No, this book was awful. A Vision of Shadows blew it early, having Darktail die early on in the arc, therefore ending up with several books lacking any stakes. When SkyClan threatened to leave the forest, I didn't care. I don't care about any of these cats. They're all rehashes of old, better characters, and their problems seem trite and boring. This book has no climax. No stakes. Everything is wrapped up nice and neat, and it's BORING. I skimmed the majority of it because I was bored. The Erins have given me no reason to care about anyone other than Alderheart, because Violetshine and Twigbranch are wishy-washy and impossible to get invested in. And the way they excused Finleap's abusive behavior was disgusting. The whole subplot with him wanting kits made my eyes roll, and I rolled them even harder when he did a complete 180° at the end and apologized for every mean thing he'd ever done, blah blah blah.
This book had no interesting plots, no compelling characters, not even rising and falling action! Having Tree as a mediator that can't mediate is stupid. Having all the leaders unanimously agree to bring back SkyClan after it starts raining is stupid. Having deathberries be the cure to some previously-unmentioned "infection" is stupid.
These books used to keep me on the edge of my seat, but clearly, diplomacy and talking about your problems with other clans are all the rage now. Honestly, I actually prefer the wild and senseless bloodshed, because that at least was interesting.
Step it UP, Erins. You are better than this. As writers, you should hold yourselves responsible for what you put out, and refuse to have A Vision of Shadows end with this tripe.
Not worth the $10. Do not buy this book.
Storyline: in her kit and appreciate hood her family started Dying in a series of devastating events so by the time she was a warrior she had Almost no kin. So when she discovered a handsome rouge Tom she turned to him. She found herself breaking the warrior code every day for this Tom. But then she left the clan completely. One day the clans found the Tom on their border and attacked. Furious, him and his rouges attacked and weedfeathers clan found her and questioned her. She said that she chose the rogue over the clans. So when the big battle came she had to choose between her clan and her mate. But in the end she decided to stay with her clan but not long after she realized she was expecting his kits. The clan was not Thrilled to hear this in some cats even treated the kids differently but she was allowed to stay in a clan and that’s where she will always be
Plz tell me how you thought about it