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  • Not again!

    Erin Hunter, please, have mercy on us Warriors fans! Yet another insane cliffhanger from the epic Broken Code series. I couldn't stop reading and finished in 2 days. I recommend! First off, I would like to mention how much I appreciate the brilliant use of the Dark Forest in this book. I was a bit nervous about how that would turn out, but each character played their part perfectly. I hope we see more from these former villians, ESPECIALLY Mapleshade. As for the actual review... With Squirrelflight and Bramblestar gone, who will keep Thunderclan from falling apart? Cats seem desperate to blame someone, and Shadowsight is an obvious target. He will do anything to earn back their trust, even if it means journeying into the infamous Dark Forest. Meanwhile, Bristlefrost takes up the job of helping Graystripe temporarily lead Thunderclan. Although her chapters were quite boring, I enjoyed her conversations with Tree, and seeing Graystripe act as a leader (because he should have been the REAL leader, thanks a lot Firestar. Oh well). Finally, Rootspring finds himself caught in the struggle to end Ashfur's reign over the Dark Forest. He learns quickly that things are not how they seem in this place of lies, treachery, and violence. Who is friend, and who is foe? Find out by reading this book! Can't wait for book 6 to be released. Can you tell I'm excited? But don't take it from me, go see for yourself. Bye!

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    It is creepy. Honstly. I loved it but, it's really creepy. And it's sad. A certain someone dies, and I almost cried. Not only did they die but they got possessed. I don't think I say this enough, but Ashfur is pure evil. I don't know how he got into StarClan. So like he gets starts, well, killing the Dark Forest and it's residents. Not only that he's possessed the spirit cats and manipluated the Dark Forest cats. However one Dark Forest cat isn't as dark as they seem. To end on a happy note, Bristlefrost realises her love for Rootspring. It's really cute. Only get this book if Light in the Mist is out. otherwisw You will then be going crazy because this book has a major cliff hanger. Go ahead, check it out or read it, you'll love it either way. Note: I have also reveiwed Leafpool's wish, that was my best work. Also I reviewed Graystripe's Vow. I PUT THAT IN THERE SO YOU CAN CHECK THOSE OUT. PLEASE DO. I HAD CAPS LOCK WHEN I WOTE THIS, DON'T JUDGE.

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  • Breathtaking book

    Awesome book, just like the others. The cliff hanger at the end was massive, and I can hardly wait for the final book of the series to be released. How will Shadowsight survive with the battle hungry clans on his tail, dying to blame some cat for what had happened to Bramblestar? Rootspring and Bristlefrost's forbidden love makes everything complicated for them and their clans. Will they manage to find a way for it to work? Where is Bramblestar's spirit? Does he even exist anymore, and will he ever get back to his body? Meanwhile, the impostor is more dangerous than any cat thought, and possesses a terrible and mysterious power. The impostor kills a clan cat (I won't say who) and manages to bring some living cats to the dark forest. This book is a must read, and even though it answers the questions I stated, it only leaves you wondering and thirsting for the sixth and final book of the series. Hope you enjoyed my review :)

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    This book was AMAZING but I am still crying cuz of the INSANE cliffhanger with drove me absolutely CRAZY! like the first review DONT READ THIS BOOK UNLESS YOU HAVE LIGHT IN THE MIST CUZ THE CLIFFHANGER WILL DRIVE OUT OF YOUR MIND. but otherwise it was an amazing book.

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  • Nestfur

    If you have read the other books, this one will make sense. If not, READ THEM OR ELSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! There is romance, loss and lots of other feelings in this book. I find that I tend to cry more when one of the cats die, instead of when real people die. Kinda cruel, I know. But Erin Hunter is good at making fictional emotions.

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