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Like how did this guy become a beta? A second in command. Yes he is worried and grieving but his decisions The second and bigger problem that soured me was the death of Bella. Because it felt like the authors wanted Storm and Arrow and the pups to be with the Wild Pack.
I was all about, Bella, Storm and Arrow having a pack of their own.
But then Lucky had to offer them the chance to return and Bella HAD to die because otherwise there would be a conflict right? I hated this so much. The amount of crap Storm and Arrow faced is not worth it. I'm honestly still furious about this ending. Feb 10, Carleigh rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The book was slow, but the ending more than made up for it. The book was focusing around looking for Lucky's lost pups and you don't feel that sense of danger because you know they're going to be all right had you read Storm of Dogs where they had their adult names.
I've been apart of this series for five years and I think it's better than Warriors because there's fleshed out characters, a darker mood, and the change in scenery is nice. So, yes, I cried because it was ending. But that The book was slow, but the ending more than made up for it. But that wasn't the only reason why.
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They killed off my favorite character: Bella. She gets distracted because she hears something while fighting Breeze and wants to make sure Storm and Nibble are okay. However, Bella and Breeze were fighting on what I assume is a skyscraper-in-progress. Breeze pushes her and she dies on impact. They also killed Ruff, but all we've seen from her is racism.
At least they tried to make her a more sympathetic character by the dogs telling stories of how brave she was. The ending was climatic and the image of Breeze the traitor dying from a mix of fangs piercing her throat and cement hardening onto her is strange, but cool. I can only imagine how those humans will react once they start working on the skyscraper again and find a dead, bloody dog in the cement.
I really liked how Tufty played a key part in the book, despite being dead. She helped out all of Lucky's pups and then Storm. Also, the fact that two Spirit Dogs were fighting, mirroring Storm and Breeze was a cool aspect. Religion in Survivors has, in general, been an interesting read. I'll miss Survivors and maybe hope that one day it'll get a third series.
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It deserves more recognition. Sep 18, Alaina rated it it was amazing. I really liked the book. I cried when Bella fell off the cliff. I read the entire book the first day I got it. I tend to do that Mar 30, Leilani Cordova added it. Every time I stop reading this book I always wonder about what will happen next.
Storm has finally figured out who the traitor dog is. When Storm went back to the Wild Pack's camp, she fell right into the traitor dog's waiting trap. This is Storm's last chance to convince the Wild Pack, but will they listen? Mar 01, Piper rated it it was amazing. This book was very good! I rated it five stars because the authors weren't afraid to kill of some beloved characters, or to change personalities. The ending was what made me fall in love with this book. Jun 28, Anna rated it liked it. I read this book in one sitting. If anything I didn't like the series at first, but I was stuck after reading the first.
I enjoyed the first with Lucky as the main dog we see and this series is from the view of Storm. A Fierce dog She's actually a doberman.
I had a hard time trying to figure out what dog was what based on their description of what they called themselves. The only ones I knew for sure based alone on their description were the Rough dogs. Rottweilers That was easy t I read this book in one sitting. Rottweilers That was easy to figure out. I like that Storm has her own way of thinking and the book is very prejudice against her and the other Fierce dog Arrow. I think the book was trying to give human expeditions for the dogs, as much as Erin Hunter did for The warrior cat series.
I don't know if dogs would act like this? I think the flaw is here is that it felt like a lot of The warrior cat series was used in this, but with dogs. We are never explained why Storm can see the dead, its left unexplained. I also think that they didn't really have a bad guy to use.
So they used Breeze as a bad dog simply explaining that she was mistreated and abused by her former long paws humans. Its also seemed like the long paws were less then a threat, for instance one approached or tried to approach Twitch and the other dogs and showed them they didn't have anything to fear from the person.
Yet Twitch attacked out of hate for them, as they killed her father-dog.
I honestly wanted Twitch to be killed for her ignorance here and the fact she acted without thinking. As most dogs would do, they strike out of fear and bite if they are scared.. Its strongly hinted in the end that there could be a third series, but I don't know why. It seemed like this is the end of the series. Buck Rogers in the 25th Century — Galactica The Six Million Dollar Man — Action Adventure Crime. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Jane Badler Diana 3 episodes, Michael Durrell Robert Maxwell 3 episodes, Robert Englund Willie 3 episodes, Faye Grant Juliet Parish 3 episodes, Richard Herd John 3 episodes, Thomas Hill Father Andrew Doyle 3 episodes, Michael Ironside Ham Tyler 3 episodes, Peter Nelson Brian 3 episodes, David Packer Daniel Bernstein 3 episodes, Neva Patterson Eleanor Dupres 3 episodes, Andrew Prine Steven 3 episodes, Sandy Simpson Mark 3 episodes, Marc Singer Mike Donovan 3 episodes, Blair Tefkin Robin Maxwell 3 episodes, Michael Wright Elias Taylor 3 episodes, Denise Galik Maggie Blodgett 3 episodes, Jason Bernard Caleb Taylor 3 episodes, Rafael Campos Sancho Gomez 3 episodes, Frank Ashmore Martin 3 episodes, Diane Cary Harmony Moore 3 episodes, Viveka Davis Polly Maxwell 3 episodes, Marin May Katie Maxwell 3 episodes, Greta Blackburn Lorraine 3 episodes, Eric Johnston Sean Donovan 3 episodes, Stack Pierce Visitor Captain 3 episodes, Sarah Douglas Pamela 2 episodes, Hansford Rowe Arthur Dupres 2 episodes, Mickey Jones Chris Farber 2 episodes, Camila Ashland Dan Pascal 2 episodes, Don Starr Taglines: They come in peace to enslave humankind.
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