There will be three, kin of your kin . . . The wild cats have flourished in their new home on the banks of the lake for several seasons, and the Clans are growing strong and healthy with new kits. The time has come for three kits of ThunderClan to become apprentices. Hollypaw, Jaypaw, and... show more
There will be three, kin of your kin . . . The wild cats have flourished in their new home on the banks of the lake for several seasons, and the Clans are growing strong and healthy with new kits. The time has come for three kits of ThunderClan to become apprentices. Hollypaw, Jaypaw, and Lionpaw spring from a strong legacy: children of Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw, two of the noblest ThunderClan warriors, and grandchildren of the great leader Firestar himself. All three young cats possess unusual power and talent and seem certain to provide strength to the Clan for the next generation. But there are dark secrets around the three, and a mysterious prophecy hints at trouble to come. An undercurrent of rage is rising against those who are not Clanborn, and the warrior code is in danger of being washed away by a river of blood. All the young cats' strength will be needed if the Clans are to survive. . . . who hold the power of the stars in their paws.
Publish date: April 24th 2007
Pages no: 363
Edition language: English
Series: Warriors: Power of Three (#1)
Now the grandchildren of Firestar are getting old enough to leave the nursery and become apprentices. Lionpaw is happy being a warrior. Jaypaw is not happy with his mentor, Brightheart. Hollypaw learns she is not cut out to be a medicine cat. After some thought Hollypaw admits it. Jaypaw is not...
Note: this review is for the whole Warriors; Power of Three seriesI read the original Warriors and Warriors; the New Prophecy series and was expecting this one to be just as good. I was sadly disillusioned. This series SUCKED!!! I absolutely hated it. The only reason I did not give it only one star ...
A great book, as are all the Warriors Saga books.
The story was better than the last series, but still not as good as the original series. Jaypaw is really grumpy and rude; Hollypaw is relatable in the sense that she wants to be something that she's not good at and Lionpaw is just sort of...there. I hope the series gets better; I like the fact that...
This is the first Warriors book I ever read, and therefore it shall forever be my favorite, and then I love Firestar's Quest and Bluestar's Prophecy.