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  • Paperback
  • 313 pages
  • A Dangerous Path
  • Erin Hunter
  • English
  • 13 October 2019
  • 0060525657

10 thoughts on “A Dangerous Path

  1. says:

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  2. says:

    His voice barelythan a whisper, he added, I love you Sandstorm s eyes glowed I love you too, Fireheart, she whispered There is much left to be desired in this instalment of the series Characters I loved previously became frustrating, the story dragged, and the climax of the whole thing was far from exciting Nothing seemed to go well for Thunderclan or Fireheart for that matter and the final death in the book was almost a relief for me, although somewhat sad Sadder still, my ma His voice barelythan a whisper, he added, I love you Sandstorm s eyes glowed I love you too, Fireheart, she whispered There is much left to be desired in this instalment of the series Characters I loved previously became frustrating, the story dragged, and the climax of the whole thing was far from exciting Nothing seemed to go well for Thunderclan or Fireheart for that matter and the final death in the book was almost a relief for me, although somewhat sad Sadder still, my main emotion while reading this was a vague, ehgggg something between frustration, annoyance, and a monotonous, when will it end It was not a positive experience I really, really enjoyed some of the previous in the series and even if they were not all that good technically they were entertaining and gripping in their content But, although I spend so much time wanting something to happen much of this book was a lead up to a confrontation that fell short and left me wanting something.anything I appreciated the darker atmosphere and tone but it was not communicated well I m still looking forward to reading the last in thefirstWarrior s series I find myself wishing I had read these when I was younger, maybe I would have liked this better Who knows Let s just hope the next book is an improvement


  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book was full of mystery and up and down romance Now that Fireheart has found out that his enemy, Tigerstar, has gained leadership over ShadowClan Fireheart is very frightened that this will destroy the forest,but a threat has come to the forest that no cat could ever dream of But now that Fireheart thinks he knows what the threat is his only problem is getting Bluestar to listen to what he has to say Many things happen in this book, but it was my FAVORITE of the series


  4. says:

    This book promises the same astonishment you feel when you read the other books in this series Packed with suprises, jaw dropping situations and unbelievable secrets, the story is difficult to stop reading But above all, the amazing descriptions the forests, the scents and sounds, the feelings and emotions, the thundering of the cats rushing into battle make this novel come to life.


  5. says:

    What went wrong Up till now, the Warriors series has been entertaining despite a few flaws such as problems conveniently being solved in a second, leaving no real sense of trouble or complication But never has it been as mediocre in terms of plot and character as A Dangerous Path Let me enumerate the main problems I found Firstly, Bluestar Yes, Bluestar has endured a serious shock Yes, she s going through a hard time Yes, it s normal for her to be traumatised, mistrustful and difficult What went wrong Up till now, the Warriors series has been entertaining despite a few flaws such as problems conveniently being solved in a second, leaving no real sense of trouble or complication But never has it been as mediocre in terms of plot and character as A Dangerous Path Let me enumerate the main problems I found Firstly, Bluestar Yes, Bluestar has endured a serious shock Yes, she s going through a hard time Yes, it s normal for her to be traumatised, mistrustful and difficult to handle But seriously There are limits to irrationality, and Bluestar crosses them to the point where it borders on stupidity For one thing, what disturbed me was that anything positive was crushed in a second by some sort of thoughtless remark, bringing a particularly sour note to anything that I might actually feel happy about, and that anything so obvious that a doorstop could notice it is treated with utter foolishness, irrational accusations and schizophrenic behaviour Maybe this is the attitude the authors were seeking to convey with Bluestar s state of crisis, but there is a point where things are so irrational that it becomes annoying For example the whole dog problemWe ve smelt a dog and seen dead rabbits all over the place, says Fireheart Of course The dead rabbits mean that WindClan is responsible Let s attack exclaims Bluestar, her eyes flashing with anger But no, there s the smell of dog, not WindClan s replies Fireheart, his eyes widening at how irrational his leader has become Are you questioning me It s WindClan I haven t even checked things out for myself, I don t know what I m on about, but dead rabbits equals WindClan, period hisses Bluestar But the dog Shut up, traitor Okay, sorry I ll just wait outside This is pretty much how things occur whenever Bluestar and Fireheart talk about anything It gets annoying, and in relation to this, Fireheart really needed to grow a pair He is in a difficult situation as both Deputy and one of the only cats Bluestar trusts, but there are times when you just want him to actually talk back a little But I digress Bluestar s irrational accusations and train of thought, which flow from the beginning to almost the end of the novel were a source of incredible annoyance by the time I got past half the book.Secondly, the so called mystery I often found any form of mystery in the Warriors series to be easily worked out and quite predictable But then again, it is meant to be a children s novel And although the cats often take their time to figure things out, it doesn t generally take too long, so it s not too bothersome In this case, it was ridiculous From beginning to end, the cats are unable to solve the following simple equation regarding the ominous threat which unsettles them dog scent the repeated words pack, pack USUALLY, it is quite simple to answer this with well, a pack of dogs But no They insist from beginning to end that it is a single dog but CAN T be a dog because humans never let their dogs stray so far into the forest So what could it possibly be Should we perhaps check To see that there is nothing unusual Nah, let s wait 300 pages 300 pages It takes them almost 300 pages to investigate and understand that they re dealing with a bloody dog pack I m generally tolerant with the simplicity of the mysteries in this series, but this was just awful I ll put this third one under a spoiler tag view spoiler As I mentioned earlier, the conveniency of solving problems in the most simple way generally by the sudden, coincidental appearance of other characters is very typical of this series At times it doesn t bother me, at others it does In this case, it does For example Stonefur and Mistyfoot are angry about Bluestar being their mother and appear to be full of hate towards her This is made clear in the novel At the end, it is purely coincidental that Stonefur and Mistyfoot are walking about minding their own business, when down the river come Fireheart and a stunned Bluestar on the verge of death And when they ve fished the pair out well you know all that anger and hatred It s pretty much vanished, thus making the scene so muchdramatic Also, it is so convenient that they should turn up to hear Bluestar s dying words I don t know if it s just me being picky, but there is a point when coincidence to provide easy narration and to counter plot holes becomes annoying in terms of development, and as I said before, the reader is not at a single moment left wondering whether or not certain issues will be solved because they will be solved 98% of the time Just look at Graystripe s convenient return to the Clan which then lets Fireheart have the pleasure of having his friend back in the Clan in time for the next book And while I can somewhat overcome this in the other books, in A Dangerous Path, this plus the other problems I pointed out was just too much hide spoiler If it had been entirely bad, I would ve given it one star However, it at least redeems itself with several points The story remains intriguing as a whole all theby the end of the novel , and the happy, light hearted world which we came to learn about in the first books is slowly being covered by a dangerous cloud of death and violence The story is becomingmature, and things such as Cloudkit s skepticism regarding StarClan, Darkstripe s scheming and the way death has become something unpredictable, bloody and ominous are indicative of this It was a shame that it didn t deliver in terms of plot and character, because if it had, A Dangerous Path would ve been an excellent prelude to the final reckoning in the sixth book


  6. says:

    something is in the forest and Fireheart doesn t know what it is Bluestar thinks that it is windclan steeling prey and she declares a fight Fireheart found a way to stop it Bluestar thinks every one in the clan is a traiter except for Fireheart until he stoped the fight Riverclan tries to take part of thunderclans territory but thunderclan wont allow it they start to fight During the fight Bluestar tells mistyfoot and stonefur the truth that they were her kits and she gave them to rivercla something is in the forest and Fireheart doesn t know what it is Bluestar thinks that it is windclan steeling prey and she declares a fight Fireheart found a way to stop it Bluestar thinks every one in the clan is a traiter except for Fireheart until he stoped the fight Riverclan tries to take part of thunderclans territory but thunderclan wont allow it they start to fight During the fight Bluestar tells mistyfoot and stonefur the truth that they were her kits and she gave them to riverclan graystripe lives with riverclan now but he saves Fire heart from leapardstar and she extials him he becomes a thunderclan cat again whitepaw becomes a warrior and longtail is mad because his apprentice is older that him and deserves to be a warrior since longtails apprentice and an apprentice brightpaw didn t become a warrior they went looking for the thing in the forest and try to defeat it so that they can become a warrior Fireheart finds longtails apprentice dead and brightpaw badly injured later Fireheart finds out that tigerstar is feeding a pack of dogs in thuderclan territory he makes a trail of dead animals that leads to thunderclan camp and at the end of the trail is brindleface Fireheart figures out a plan to get rid of the dogs Bluestar risks her last life for her clan The dogs are killed and Bluestar said that firestar will make a great leader


  7. says:

    I really feel like Children s books of this genre didn t used to be so terrifying and stressful As a child and obviously still presently I always read a lot of animal themed books, and while many of them were frightening and dealt with themes maybe not present in other children s books or books encouraged for children I feel like they were on a different emotional level than what s being put out today I think what it comes down to is no children s author has successfully created the overwh I really feel like Children s books of this genre didn t used to be so terrifying and stressful As a child and obviously still presently I always read a lot of animal themed books, and while many of them were frightening and dealt with themes maybe not present in other children s books or books encouraged for children I feel like they were on a different emotional level than what s being put out today I think what it comes down to is no children s author has successfully created the overwhelming and suffocating feeling of an inescapable evil bearing down on the main characters as successfully as it was created in this book During my entire reading of this book I felt as stressed, frightened, and alienated as Fireheart himself was, and at times almost looked forward to the end of it in a desperate plea to find out what happens and have it all over with It was definitely surprisingly heavy, in a way that I would never expect of a book from this genre, and I will always be surprised that the homebody mother who recommended these books to me one day at an event I was running in Toys R Us did I highly recommend them, but for those thinking about giving these to young children, I d recommend a read through yourself first Anyway, off to the last in this Warrior series, and I am looking forward to the conclusion


  8. says:

    This is the 5th book in the first series of Erin Hunter s Warrior Cats.Okay, I must admit I m an adult thirty something reading these children books, but, hey, I m a crazy cat lady, so it s okay, right There s only one book left in these series and everytime I think This story will loose it s magic , but everytime I m relieved that it didn t The story is full of loyality, suspense, intrige and there s Always a clifhanger In this book you can take that last part very literally.At every This is the 5th book in the first series of Erin Hunter s Warrior Cats.Okay, I must admit I m an adult thirty something reading these children books, but, hey, I m a crazy cat lady, so it s okay, right There s only one book left in these series and everytime I think This story will loose it s magic , but everytime I m relieved that it didn t The story is full of loyality, suspense, intrige and there s Always a clifhanger In this book you can take that last part very literally.At every moment that you think the story is dragging on or is getting boring, there is a new secret, dangerous situations,that keeps you reading further.When the dark threat grows in the forest, you can just feel Fireheart s fear That s an example on how the author gives the cats human feelings without exagerating.I think these series are the perfect example for kids who find it difficult to find a good book or don t like to read Maybe these can be the doorway to other books and keeping children stimulated to read


  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here moment of silent for bluestar..I HATED HOW ANNOYING SHE WAS IN THIS BOOK but it was sad when she died because she finally understood that her clan really loved her TIGERSTAR HAS GOT TO GOOOOOOOOOOO evilllllllllllllllllllllll lol but i hate him for now on and i agree if jacob or edward dies in twilight then i will also die please dont let it be JACO moment of silent for bluestar..I HATED HOW ANNOYING SHE WAS IN THIS BOOK but it was sad when she died because she finally understood that her clan really loved her TIGERSTAR HAS GOT TO GOOOOOOOOOOO evilllllllllllllllllllllll lol but i hate him for now on and i agree if jacob or edward dies in twilight then i will also die please dont let it be JACOB I LOVE HIM


  10. says:

    I really enjoyed the first four books but this one wasn t that great Bluestar was just annoying and unbelievable, the actions of the other clans toward Thunderclan weren t believable Not figuring out what pack, kill meant was unbelievable Plus nothing really happened Apprentices were trained, cats hunted, cats went to meetings, cats died but it was just really repetitive of other books So many chances missed to kill Tigerstar like at the very end Well, one book left Maybe it will g I really enjoyed the first four books but this one wasn t that great Bluestar was just annoying and unbelievable, the actions of the other clans toward Thunderclan weren t believable Not figuring out what pack, kill meant was unbelievable Plus nothing really happened Apprentices were trained, cats hunted, cats went to meetings, cats died but it was just really repetitive of other books So many chances missed to kill Tigerstar like at the very end Well, one book left Maybe it will get good again


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A Dangerous Path[PDF / EPUB] A Dangerous Path ShadowClan has a dark new leader, but will he be satisfied with his power now or does his desire for revenge burn even strongly Fireheart fears that there is a connection between the rise of Tigerstar ShadowClan has a dark new leader, but will he be satisfied with his power now or does his desire for revenge burn even strongly Fireheart fears that there is a connection between the rise of Tigerstar and the terrible dreams that haunt his nights, murmuring of danger and death Meanwhile, a mysterious and vicious threat unlike any other has invaded the forest, placing every cat s life in peril Fireheart s beloved leader has turned her back on their warrior ancestors, and Fireheart can t help but wonder if she s right Has StarClan abandoned them forever.


About the Author: Erin Hunter

Erin Hunter is the pseudonym of five people Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, Tui T Sutherland, Gillian Philip, and Inbali Iserles, as well as editor Victoria Holmes Together, they write the Warriors series as well as the Seekers and Survivors series Erin Hunter is working on a new series now called Bravelands Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world As well as having a great respect for nature in all its forms, Erin enjoys creating rich mythical explanations for animal behavior, shaped by her interest in A Dangerous Epub / astronomy and standing stones.