Genres: Child, Xenofiction, Animals
Publication Date: April 7th 2015
2 OUT OF 5 STARS
“Each cat here has a home waiting. Even you. But you have to find it for yourselves, and you must find it soon.”
The cats are still reeling from the message their spirit kin left them. Clear Sky is convinced that it means all the cats should unite as one, but the others believe they should spread into different groups and choose homes for themselves.
The plot in this book is negligible. Compared to the last four books in the series we don’t see tons happen. The cats spread out to their new homes and…mainly talk a lot. There are no battles, no new kits. None of the expected structural changes to go from camps to the clans we know. The last book will have a lot riding on it’s shoulders.
A villain is introduced to take One Eye’s place, but doesn’t actually do anything until literally the last ten pages of the novel. Dawn of the Clans has been such a strong arc for the Warriors novels so far that it’s sad to see this book give so little and we can only hope that the final installation manages not only to clear off the villain but show the clans forming the rules and traditions we know.