This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through these links I’ll make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks so much for your support!
I got a hardcover copy as a gift for my birthday.
The end of the stars draws near.
Three must become four to battle
the darkness that lasts forever. . . .
The dark forces that have driven a rift between the four warrior Clans are growing stronger. Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and Dovepaw now know that unless they can unravel the true meaning behind the prophecy that binds them, the warrior code could be destroyed forever.
While Lionblaze remains focused on protecting ThunderClan from another deadly battle, Jayfeather receives a desperate plea for help from the Tribe of Rushing Water. He must travel to the mountains in search of answers that link the Clans to the Tribe in ways no cat could have imagined. But with the summons comes an ominous warning that suggests the power of the stars may not be enough to save the Clans.
The book cover matches the rest of the series and I like the colors. The colors match the cat that’s showcased on the front.
This plot brings us right back to The Tribe of Rushing Water, which was a clan of cats that were from the second series of Warriors. We get to see some old friends and see how they’ve grown within the timeline of the books.
I will admit, however, I felt as though not much happened in this book. It was great to see some old characters and the main characters are still trying to figure some things out, but, for the most part, it seemed as though this book was all about building up for something bigger.
This book was written well and similarly to the rest of the series. The chapters vary in length, but they’re all easy to read and quick. I felt as though there were some lulls in this book so some parts were definitely slow. Still, I enjoy the authors’ styles.
This was another good book in the series. I wish more had happened, but I appreciate what did happen in the book and I’m looking forward to reading the next one.
Warriors: Sign of the Moon (Omen of the Stars book 4) by Erin Hunter gets…
4 out of 5 cups
“Destiny isn’t a path any cat follows blindly. It is always a matter of choice, and sometimes the heart speaks loudest. Listen to your heart, because that’s where your true destiny lies.” -Erin Hunter, Warriors: Sign of the Moon (Omen of the Stars book 4)