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  • Waiting on the next book

    After months of waiting, the 4th Broken Code book is out, and wow, it was nothing like I expected. The clans now know that Ashfur has returned. Now, the only quesion is: is it still worth waiting for Bramblestar to return? Everycat is at a breaking point...it's only so long before Ashfur is killed. The clans have lost all their dignity without Starclans guidance, and they struggle as fighting breaks out within their camps. Meanwhile, Shadowsight is facing mistrust from every clan. He is stripped of his rank and the warriors' respect for him. Ashfur knows his time is running out, and yet he has more power than anyone imagined. Shadowsight is about to make a mistake that puts everycat in danger. Rootspring and Bristlefrost are torn between their love for each other and their place in their clans. What will they choose? In the end, will there even be a code to hold them back? I can't wait for the next book. And I need to know what becomes of Starclan and Ashfur! Thanks for reading my review ^-^

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  • WOW!!!

    Woah this book is action packed and is full to the brim with unexpexted twists and fast paced adventure. The clan cat's loyalties are tested and stretched to the max for the warrior code, but does it even exist anymore? You must read this book, another awesome tale by Erin Hunter.

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  • Really?!

    To me this book was downright lazy. I personally loved most of the warriors books. But this one was not up to Erin Hunters normal standereds. !!!SPOILERS AHEAD!!! So you probobly know by now (or guessed) that the imposter was Ashfur and people are saying they knew it all along which a) Erin if people know who the imposter is and half the series is built on that mystery THAT IS BAD WRITING. B) it didnt connect. Ashfur was described as a hardworking loyal clan cat whos one mistake was trying to kill Hollyleaf Lionblaze and Jayfeather. He was immited into startclan so he should be reformed. Ashfur was compleatly OC as the imposter. It just didnt make sense. The book was hard to get in to to. The one thing we were waiting for (the imposters Identity) was spoken and then I immedatly lost intrest. Not up to normal warrior quality. Read the other books though. They're really good.

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  • Amazing

    The warriors series is amazing. The way Erin Hunter describes makes me feel like I am one of them. I've read all the series so far (excluding the super edition) and I have enjoyed them a lot. Highly recommend to animal lovers. Can't wait for the rest of the series! :)

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  • Awesome

    Ok since I can't do a spoiler IT IS AWESOME I didn't want to put the book down for ages but it was nothing that I expected it to be.

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