Warriors: Power of Three: Eclipse: Book 4

by Erin Hunter

Paperback, 2009

Status

Available

Local notes

PB Hun

Barcode

1851

Genres

Publication

HarperCollins (2009), Edition: Reprint, 352 pages, $6.99, (May 2018)

Description

Fantasy. Juvenile Fiction. Juvenile Literature. HTML:

Erin Hunter's #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues with the fourth book in the Power of Three series!

The fourth book in this third series, Warriors: Power of Three #4: Eclipse, brings more adventure, intrigue, and thrilling battles to the epic world of the warrior Clans.

As Jaypaw, Hollypaw, and Lionpaw struggle with the weight of their destinies, a mysterious warning shakes the Clans' faith in their ancestors. All four Clans are in dangerÔ??and the fate of the warrior code now rests in the paws of three apprentices.

Language

Original language

English

Physical description

352 p.; 5.13 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member CoalPaw
I am astounded and astonished. How does Erin Hunter do it? She has created yet another superb piece of literature. How does she always create an ending leaving us craving more of her work? How does she make the world of warriors come alive with her so-finely crafted characters? Erin Hunter, HOW?!
LibraryThing member koalamom
Three young cats earn their place in their Clan as their destiny seems to take them to places beyond the ken of them or any other cat - living or dead. Where will it take them.

A worthy step in the saga of Hollypaw, Lionpaw and Jaypaw.
LibraryThing member AwesomeVanessa
This book is very interesting. The warrior series makes me feel that I am really in the story. It is really a adventurous story.
LibraryThing member jians
Jaypaw, Hollyleaf and Lionblaze hold the stars in their paws, what can be more powerful? They know that they can do anything with the power that not even StarClan can control, but can they destroy the clan as Sol the stranger had said? Their future becomes worse when Blackstar turns his back to
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Starclan, what will happen? Has his faithless life changed his fate?
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LibraryThing member NiSm0430
Great book, one of my favorite in the series. This is the third book in the Power of Three series, of the New Prophecy Series, which is part of the Warriors series. Confusing, I know.
LibraryThing member kenzie12368
Eclipse was amazing! I thought it was funny when the cats of the Clans thought the sun had died, but it came back!
LibraryThing member SheilaRuth
Interesting character development for the "three." I like the way that their characters are developing. Hollypaw's obsession with the Warrior Code is pretty much what I'd expected, although it has ripened into something richer than her younger self's dogmatism. Jaypaw is maturing out of his earlier
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self-pity and thorniness and developing true empathy, although his obsession with the prophecy is worrisome. And Lionpaw - can you say Anakin? He hasn't gone over to the dark side, but he's definitely at a crossroads where he could go either way.

I like the way that the "Erins" are able to keep this series fresh, even over many books. The books don't just keep treading the same territory - more battles, more romances, more dangers - but instead they take the assumptions of earlier books and look at them in a different way or even turn them upside-down. In this case, the Warrior Code itself and even the powers of StarClan are questioned.
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LibraryThing member Sheila1957
Sol, an outsider, comes to ThunderClan. Jawpaw believes he has to do with the prophecy dealing with him, Hollypaw, and Lionpaw. Suddenly, after a visit by Sol to ShadowClan, Blackstar comes to say that ShadowClan no longer will come to the gatherings. What is going on? Are the Clans at an end?
Why
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does Lionpaw have dreams as vivid as Jaypaw?

This was so good! Even though I'm an adult, I am enjoying this series so much. I cannot wait to read the next book. Of course, I got emotionally in the aftermath of the battle (there is always a battle) and I know there will end up being another battle before the end of this particular series. I love these characters. I love the story. I get so caught up in their lives. Erin Hunter has done what I want an author to do--take me out of my world and put into the book's world. And this series does it every book.
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LibraryThing member Bookslesstravelled
A great book, as are all the Warriors Saga books.
LibraryThing member Bookslesstravelled
A great book, as are all the Warriors Saga books.

Pages

352

Rating

(125 ratings; 4.3)
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