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Warriors: The Broken Code #6: A Light in the Mist By Erin Hunter


Book/Novel Author: Erin Hunter

Book/Novel Title: Warriors



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The #1 bestselling Warriors series continues with the thrilling conclusion to the epic Broken Code story arc. When fear reigns supreme, only hope can save the Clans.The impostor’s reign of terror has brought the Clans to the brink of destruction, and now, every warrior—living and dead—must unite to defeat him before he delivers his final blow. To ensure their future and protect their past, StarClan, the Dark Forest, and all five Clans must band together to turn back the tide of darkness—before the impostor’s fury destroys them all.Packed with action and intrigue, this sixth Warriors series unfolds after the events of A Vision of Shadows.
WARNING: SPOILER ALERT! It was a good book, but I was sad when BristleFrost died. She was a good cat. I was not as sad when Greystripe died since he was an old cat and did not go in a violent way. I was happy when Firestar appeared. I thought the plot development was good. It was a gripping story that took me to two hours to read. Only reason it is for 9-12 years of age is because of death of main character; it is very sudden.
I cannot begin to describe how much I enjoyed this journey. Ever since experiencing the joy that was Firestar’s journey less than two years ago, I have not found myself as emotionally attached to characters as I found myself with this set of new characters. THERE ARE SPOILERS HEAD, SO CONTINUE AT YOUR OWN RISK! 1. The Reunions: I admit I cried when Firestar and Graystripe finally saw one another again. For old-time fans, who’ve read since the beginning, this reunion felt wonderful and sorely missed. However, there were many other wonderful reunion’s happening at the same time. For people who’ve followed the series and have become attached to the main characters, it was wonderful to see them reunite with the new generation and meet with old friends even if it was only for a little while. 2. Main Character Death: When I first read that Graystripe was entering into the Dark Forest, I knew, deep down, he was going to die. It broke my heart, but it was something I knew was coming. Thankfully he was able to move onto StarClan, which is more than I can say for another cat who is most assuredly should have gone. My heart was shattered for a second time when Bristlefrost saved ShadowSight’s life, giving up her future with Rootspring, any kits she may have had, and ultimately, her place among the StarClan cats. And while I am upset over this tragic loss, I understand why it happened. 3. New Laws: I am SO happy they are FINALLY deciding to remake their Warrior Laws! There were so many codes that just felt outdated and useless and caused more drama than they were worth. However, I am a bit disappointed that, while there was discussion over Warriors changing clans because of their love for another cat, there was no mention for a Medicine Cat being in love. I understand both sides of the argument of why they should or should not, but my argument is exactly like the one that a few cats had observed: “How can any Warrior truly fight against Love?” Plus, it would stop another Leafpool situation all together. I hope this becomes relevant in future books, as it is only fair to think of ALL cats, and not specific types of cats. All in all, I loved this book and this series. It questioned the Warrior Code from day one while showing us both old and new generations still trying to stay loyal while also beginning to see the problems that could arise if nothing changes. It hurt to lose one of the main characters we’ve followed, but it was an unfortunately needed sacrifice to drive the point home for future books. I can definitely see how everything in this book could revamp, if not change, everything we know about the Warrior Series and how the Clans will shape. Though, I would recommend, if you have a child who is sensitive to death and implications of it, they should not read this story. While cats may have died before, there was still a place for them to go afterwards. This book shows a main character who dies, but has no hope of an afterlife.
This was amazing, it answered my questions, but one thing: ( and this has spoilers ) WHY DID YOU MAKE BRISTLEFROST DIE?!? RootSpring would have been so happy, and his life would be great! He would have had those kits! Also, what would he had named them? But anyway, really great, like really great, no cliffhangers, but 1 Star taken off for BristleFrost’s sake.
This book had me in tears 3/4’s of it! I had to stop reading when Graystripe died. I couldn’t see to read. I did the same when Firestar died. This was a fantastic story line and so very intense all the way through. I’d really like to know how the Clans are doing and how the rule changes are affecting them. I absolutely love the Warrior series and am looking forward to the next book.
A light in the mist is the last book in The Broken Code arc in the Warriors series by Erin Hunter. Living and dead warriors must unite to put an end to the reign of terror of Ashur before its to late. If the Dark Forest dissapear, StarClan will follow behind. So alliance must be made with some cats from the Dark Forest that don’t agree with Ashfur when they realize that what they now call their home will be soon gone and that that Ashfur had lie to them about living near the lake. But the Clans gonna need convincing first about sending one warriors from each clan into the Dark forest cause if you die there, you’re gone forever without a chance to go to Starclan. Really like that ending. And cry about the death of one of the oldest warriors that we follow since the beggining. I don’t really wanna to spoiled. But we all know this would happened one day or the other. Can’t wait to read the next arc.
Loved the suspense but I didn’t like the way Graystripe was used and died, he should have made it back home to die in Thunder Clan. Firestar was a little too passive during the battle and didn’t fight back to back with Graystripe. The flow of the story left out too much and it became a little disjointed for such a crucial action. Not as good as the first battle.


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