Read + Review: Moth Flight’s Vision by Erin Hunter

51je-Tg3pHL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_This book was about everything that happened after the previous “Warriors: Dawn of the Clans” series. Erin Hunter describe the scenes in this book very well and makes it easy to imagine all the scenes. In this book, Moth Flight is practically shunned by her clan, so she tries to seek out another way of living. On her exploration, she meets many different friendly and unfriendly cats and eventually finds out her destiny. She finds out why she is different from the others and is determined to succeed in the tasks her ancestors have given her. You can find out what happens to her journey as she fulfills her destiny. I would definitely recommend this book to you if you like reading Erin Hunter novels.

I would rate this book 5 stars because of the way Hunter shows and brings out the character in all the cats and scenes. The way it was written really easily helped me imagine what the scenes were like. Hunter was really careful of making the fights intense, but not extreme. Some scenes were fearful, others were suspenseful, and some were even fun and happy! Erin Hunter really combined the mythical, magical, and real life parts of the cats we see today. She balanced everything out and made one scene flow into another. As a result, she created a book that is expected by such a skilled author and made it actually worth reading.

One memorable thing is the way Erin hunter writes the book. She adds intense moments, but she adds relaxing moments too. You can really feel what the cats feel in all the situations because of the way she writes them. I would advise this book to all my friends.

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Reviewed by Ojas, Grade 6, Twin Hickory Library

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