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Review: Warriors: Super Edition: "Hawkwing's Journey" by Erin Hunter

July 1, 2017

 Title: Hawkwing's Journey


Author: Erin Hunter


Page Count: 425




Long ago, the cats of SkyClan were lost to the warrior code-until Firestar, leader of ThunderClan, helped them rediscover the ways of their ancestors. Since then, SkyClan has enjoyed moons of peace and near-prosperity.

Hawkpaw dreams of the day when he will receive his warrior name and be called on to protect his Clanmates. Then Echosong, their medicine cat, has an alarming vision, and suddenly Hawkpaw is thrust onto a path he never could have imagined.

SkyClan's era of peace is at an end. Now they must fight for their very survival.



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Other Books in the Series:

Yellowfang's SecretTallstar's RevengeBluestar's ProphecyCrookedstar's PromiseFirestar's QuestSkyClan's DestinyMoth Flight's Vision, and Bramblestar's Storm


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Our Review:

The story was all right, but I feel it could have been better for Erin Hunter. If you've read my earlier posts regarding the Warriors series, you'd know that I personally thing that Hunter is running out of ideas. This story wasn't much different. I recognize that this one, in my opinion, is better than some of the more recent ones, but I still detected similar themes and repetitive bits here and there. It wasn't a bad book, the writing was nice and for the most part, the plot was good, I think perhaps creating Bravelands was a good idea for Hunter, instead of continuing the same ideas.


The Bottom Line: Not a bad book, just drawn out



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