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Sunrise by Erin Hunter
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Teen reviewer: Sunrise is as exhilarating as any of the books in the Warriors series. The distinctive feline character comes through despite the story being portrayed in the human world. Each cat stays true to the qualities from earlier books. Even so, if you haven't read another of the book, you can still get a sense of who the character is and the situations presented in the plot and the smaller story lines that are the driving force in the series.

Pros: Animal lovers and fantasy readers alike will be enthralled by the nonstop action, suspense, and humor. Warriors in general, and Sunrise in particular will entice anyone with a vivid imagination.

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  TheReadingTub | Feb 27, 2016 |
The two secerets now have answers. Hollyleaf killed Ashfur and Jayfeather, Hollyleaf, and Lionblaze's REAL parents are....... Leafpool and Crowfeather!!!!!!!!!!! Find out more by reading The Power of Three, Sunrise. ( )
  kenzie12368 | May 25, 2012 |
Warriors Sunrise is a book that many people would enjoy. It is about three cats, Jayfeather, Hollyleaf, and Lionblaze, three siblings and the problems and mysteries in their lives. Finding out who their parents really are is one they will never forget.
though the action scenes are indeed fun and exciting to read, the real action lies outside the battles. when the three siblings find their parents aren't their parents they start a search on who they might be.

When a murder of a fellow clan mate occurs it stops them dead in their tracks. The one cat accused, Sol, and is proven innocent the search continues for the killer.
This book was good and on track for the first couple chapters. Later on there are to many things happening on the side its hard to keep track of whats going on. On the whole Warriors Sunrise has been another good read and Erin Hunter has achieved more success in the series and has yet to disappoint. ( )
  ctmsludu | Sep 7, 2011 |
The Three from the prophecy have hard times finding out the truth... Who are our real parents? Who killed Ashfur? What can WE do? Secrets unfold as the Three search deeper into the Clan of secrets, and one more warrior is lost forever... ( )
  jians | Mar 4, 2011 |
At some points in this story, it can be hard to follow. But over all, i liked the book. ( )
  NiSm0430 | Feb 1, 2011 |
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When Firestar's grandchildren, Hollyleaf, Lionblaze, and Jayfeather, finally discover who their true parents are, there are dire consequences for ThunderClan and the Warrior Code.

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