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by Erin Hunter

eBook Warriors: Omen of the Stars #1: The Fourth Apprentice ePub
Author: Erin Hunter
Language: English
ISBN: 006155510X
ISBN13: 978-0061555107
Publisher: HarperColl (November 24, 2009)
Category: Animals
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 973
Formats: lrf azw lit mobi
ePub file: 1528 kb
Fb2 file: 1510 kb

The author has written three sets of Warrior cat -books

I won't spoil the plot, but if all goes well it offers reprises for many wonderful characters from the past. The author has written three sets of Warrior cat -books. Other similar books besides the Warrior -series, that the readers might like, are the Seekers by Erin Hunter, and also the new Animellis Island -series.

Erin Hunter’s nationally bestselling Warriors series continues in Warriors: Omen of. .To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Now they must wait for a sign from StarClan to tell them which of their Clanmates will complete the prophecy. Adventures & Detectives Kids Animals & Nature Fantasy.

The Fourth Apprentice book. Erin Hunter does a great job spinning tales of the lives of the 4 clans of cats.

Visit the official Harlequin book site.

It comprises six novels published by HarperCollins from 2009 to 2012: The Fourth Apprentice, Fading Echoes, Night Whispers, Sign of the Moon, The Forgotten Warrior, and The Last Hope.

Jayfeather and Lionblaze know that they are two of the cats in the prophecy. Now the brothers must wait for a sign from StarClan to discover the identity of the third cat. Meanwhile, Dovekit and Ivykit-kin of the great leader Firestar-are poised to become ThunderClan apprentices. Soon one sister will have an ominous dream-and will begin to realize that she possesses mystical skills unmatched by any other cat.

Erin Hunter is actually many different writers, and not just one person.

I won't spoil the plot, but if all goes well it offers reprises for many wonderful characters from the past. Erin Hunter is actually many different writers, and not just one person.

Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of animals and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. As well as having great respect for nature in all its forms, Erin enjoys creating rich, mythical explanations for animal behavior.

The Fourth Apprentice. hite tom. ROSEPETAL-dark cream she-cat. APPRENTICES (more than six moons old, in training to become warriors). BRIARRAW-dark brown she-cat. Special thanks to Cherith Baldry. hell-and-white she-cat.

After the sharp-eyed jay and the roaring lion, peace will come. . . .

Four warrior Clans have shared the land around the lake as equals for many moons. But a prophecy foretells that three ThunderClan cats will hold the power of the stars in their paws. Jayfeather and Lionblaze know that they are two of the cats in the prophecy. Now the brothers must wait for a sign from StarClan to discover the identity of the third cat.

Meanwhile, Dovekit and Ivykit—kin of the great leader Firestar—are poised to become ThunderClan apprentices. Soon one sister will have an ominous dream—and will begin to realize that she possesses mystical skills unmatched by any other cat.

In the midst of a cruel season that threatens the lives of all four warrior Clans, bonds will be forged, promises made, and three young cats will start to unravel the secrets that bind them together.

Enalonasa
My eight-year-old son could not wait for this book. He loves the Warriors series and has read all of them. That's enough right there to make me want to give the Erin Hunter team an honorary five stars.

The Fourth Apprentice is a wonderful start to the Omen of the Stars series, which promises to be epic. I won't spoil the plot, but if all goes well it offers reprises for many wonderful characters from the past. And the size of what is at stake is on the level of Tolkien and L'Engle's stories.

Of course, the Erin Hunter team lacks both the literary prowess and the meticulous editing those authors had. My eight-year-old does a better job than the Harper Collins folks do at keeping characters, herbs, and traditions straight. He also boasts a consistent style and strong grammar skills. Many of the authors' similes were tired by the end of the first series. They are no less so here at the beginning of the fourth series.

The other problem I have, and the one that gives me the most pause when it comes to allowing my son to continue to invest in these books, is the disappointing way in which the authors handled a plot misstep with regard to the Power of Three.

Again, I do not wish to spoil the books, but this mistake was on the level of having Tolkien decide, as Gollum falls into the abyss, that the One Ring isn't the One Ring after all.

One would think the narration would express at least a tiny bit of contrition for having wasted so much of the reader's time, but in Omen of the Stars, the issue is dismissed with the equivalent of a quick, "Bygones!"

These books are huge sellers. The writing's not that great. The editing is careless. But, until recently, the storytelling has been superb. Considering where the saga appears to be going, it should not be that hard to re-weave some of the plot threads the authors dropped or broke last time. Here's hoping they manage to do so.

UPDATE (without spoilers): Later in the OOTS series, my concerns were addressed. Keep reading!
Reggy
I really like this "Warriors: Omen of the Stars: The Fourth Apprentice" by Erin Hunter
and finally I was able to find out who is the fourth apprentice, to fullfil the ancient prophecy. This book starts by a heartbreaking event: A drought has struck the cats' territory. All that remains of the formerly big lake is a small pool of water which is now constantly shared/fought over by the four cat clans. All the little animals that the cat eat are either dying or dead. It's difficult to even find the herbs for the medicine tents because everything is so dry and dying.

Lionblaze and Dovepaw are sent to go on a dangerous mission to save the clans.
Dovepaw has a vision of a beaver dam blocking the river. Lionblaze believes her and convinces Firestar to send a patrol to remove this dam.

Erin Hunter is actually many different writers, and not just one person. The author has written three sets of Warrior cat -books

I would recommend "Warriors: Omen of the Stars: The Fourth Apprentice" to children/YA/adults who like cats, action and adventure. Other similar books besides the Warrior -series, that the readers might like, are the Seekers by Erin Hunter, and also the new Animellis Island -series.

This was a very intriguing book and once you pick it up you won't want to put it down because you want to know about the prophecy's cats and also what will the cats do to help themselves in this drastic situation.
Bys
My son loves the Warriors books. For a 14 yr old who typically wants a video game over a book, this impresses me. He enjoys the pace and writing in these novels, and the subject matter interests him. He even named a pet after a character in this series.

The book arrived quickly and was new, as stated. A great value as well. I now get all of his Warriors books on Amazon.
Kifer
When The book "Sunrise" was read, I was for sure the end of the great Warrior books were to come. I decided to start reading Warriors while I was waiting for the second book in the Surviivors series came out. Ever since book one, I kept reading and told my self I would go back to Survivors but I never have. I literally read this book in less than 24 hours. The chapters were so interesting that they seemed short. Anyways, I actually felt the emotion in this book! I feel that some details were left out when describing the three dark forest warriors... like we're they watching them or were they just sitting there? Otherwise, this book was amazing. I recommend any one who loves a little action and a heart warmer to read this book. In the book all in the coarse of just a few chapters did I feel shock, relief, pain, heartwarmed, and joyful. This book deserves six stars. So far, I have been keeping track of my favorite book in each series. The first was Forest of Secrets. The second of coarse was Moonrise. The third was Sunrise even though like I said it wasn't all that impressive. The fourth I will soon know, but I can for sure say this is the best book yet. :)
Barinirm
Survivors and Seekers may not be my taste, but Warriors is awesome! I've read the 1st series, 2nd, 3rd, and now I'm reading the 4th. I've also read a super edition. And I guess I have to say 'Keep it up Erin Hunter!' I love these books- it's the best series there is- and I hope Erin Hunter makes a 5TH series. Warrior cats DO rule the wild!!!
Andronrad
My daughter who is 11 is HOOKED on this series. I cannot believe how fast she is a making it through all these books. I can't complain about spending the money especially when she is reading!! Thank You so much for writing a series to get kids interested in reading!! She will stay up way past her bedtime reading. It's hard to argue with her when she says just one more chapter.....
Trash Obsession
Better than the last two of the previous series... still not sure if I will let my granddaughter read this next series...
All will depend on what she says about the last two books.
Lies and deception and a killing being kept secret by the two that know the truth? Sat very ill with me.
So I will see.
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