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ShadowClan faces two paths. Only one will save its legacy. On the verge of a bitter leaf-bare, ShadowClan stands on the brink of its own destruction. Its leader, Brokenstar, is bent on nothing but battle and revenge. His former mentor, retired warrior Nightpelt, hasn’t had an easy path, but he has always put his Clanmates first. So when Brokenstar banishes Nightpelt and the ShadowClan faces two paths. Only one will save its legacy. On the verge of a bitter leaf-bare, ShadowClan stands on the brink of its own destruction. Its leader, Brokenstar, is bent on nothing but battle and revenge. His former mentor, retired warrior Nightpelt, hasn’t had an easy path, but he has always put his Clanmates first. So when Brokenstar banishes Nightpelt and the rest of ShadowClan’s elders to the farthest edges of Clan territory, Nightpelt is shocked at his cruelty. But he’s determined to ensure he and his fellow exiles survive the coming frost—and live to reclaim the ShadowClan they’ve always known.


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ShadowClan faces two paths. Only one will save its legacy. On the verge of a bitter leaf-bare, ShadowClan stands on the brink of its own destruction. Its leader, Brokenstar, is bent on nothing but battle and revenge. His former mentor, retired warrior Nightpelt, hasn’t had an easy path, but he has always put his Clanmates first. So when Brokenstar banishes Nightpelt and the ShadowClan faces two paths. Only one will save its legacy. On the verge of a bitter leaf-bare, ShadowClan stands on the brink of its own destruction. Its leader, Brokenstar, is bent on nothing but battle and revenge. His former mentor, retired warrior Nightpelt, hasn’t had an easy path, but he has always put his Clanmates first. So when Brokenstar banishes Nightpelt and the rest of ShadowClan’s elders to the farthest edges of Clan territory, Nightpelt is shocked at his cruelty. But he’s determined to ensure he and his fellow exiles survive the coming frost—and live to reclaim the ShadowClan they’ve always known.

30 review for Exile from ShadowClan

  1. 5 out of 5

    MacKenzie

    thoroughly enjoyed this :)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Aaron

    Above average for a Warriors series book, average for a graphic novel. (view spoiler)[I was immensely disappointed that very little time was given to developing the group of elders we spent the story with. (hide spoiler)] Additionally I noticed that a larger amount of panels than the other comics appeared to be on solid-colour backgrounds, as though not enough time were given to finish the pages properly. Above average for a Warriors series book, average for a graphic novel. (view spoiler)[I was immensely disappointed that very little time was given to developing the group of elders we spent the story with. (hide spoiler)] Additionally I noticed that a larger amount of panels than the other comics appeared to be on solid-colour backgrounds, as though not enough time were given to finish the pages properly.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Colby West

    WOW VERY GOOD D a t A l l . . . . . . . . . . . . .

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jesse

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Honestly loved hearing about this as a book. There's surprisingly a lot of plot in this for a subject you think wouldn't have it. I wish we could have seen how Nightpelt reacted to his brother killing Spottedleaf once he found out, but I'll take what I can get. Truly it makes the reader really want Nightpelt to officially become Nightstar in the eyes of StarClan. Nightstar takes it really well, all things considered, and goes through the story with a very interesting voice to the whole story. 10 Honestly loved hearing about this as a book. There's surprisingly a lot of plot in this for a subject you think wouldn't have it. I wish we could have seen how Nightpelt reacted to his brother killing Spottedleaf once he found out, but I'll take what I can get. Truly it makes the reader really want Nightpelt to officially become Nightstar in the eyes of StarClan. Nightstar takes it really well, all things considered, and goes through the story with a very interesting voice to the whole story. 10/10

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Very cool fill-in story from the clans' fascist era. Reminded me about how cool Nightstar is and how horrible and hypocritical StarClan's decisions are. I was always under the impression that StarClan *couldn't* give Nightstar nine lives because Brokenstar was still alive. The fact that *they could but chose not to* is astounding. Very cool fill-in story from the clans' fascist era. Reminded me about how cool Nightstar is and how horrible and hypocritical StarClan's decisions are. I was always under the impression that StarClan *couldn't* give Nightstar nine lives because Brokenstar was still alive. The fact that *they could but chose not to* is astounding.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kaitlynn

    I love reading these kind of warriors books. I love reading more about random characters that weren’t really mentioned in the main series. It was a really fun story and I loved the art.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mikaela Garcia

    It didn't answer why Starclans gave Brokestar his nine lives. Nightpelt is also so different from the books in "Fire and Ice". It didn't answer why Starclans gave Brokestar his nine lives. Nightpelt is also so different from the books in "Fire and Ice".

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lara Vehar

    I wanted to like this one more, I really did... but it was just okay. We barely learn anything new, StarClan absolutely infuriates me in this one because they are all like: "oh we can't do anything until Brokenstar dies he is your leader even though he killed others including kits" - and i feel like Nightpelt was a really weak protagonist. I wish that we saw him in his kithood/apprenticeship and that we learned more about him in general, but we barely learn anything new compared to the main seri I wanted to like this one more, I really did... but it was just okay. We barely learn anything new, StarClan absolutely infuriates me in this one because they are all like: "oh we can't do anything until Brokenstar dies he is your leader even though he killed others including kits" - and i feel like Nightpelt was a really weak protagonist. I wish that we saw him in his kithood/apprenticeship and that we learned more about him in general, but we barely learn anything new compared to the main series book he was in, they completely turn his character around when he is all like: "oh it's not right that WindClan was exiled" - when in the book he was pretty happy that they were gone and he didn't want them to come back because he felt like ShadowClan needed extra hunting grounds, and don't even get me started on the sudden redemption of Clawface that came out of nowhere, he was a bad guy, he was established a bad guy in the first series. He stole kits and he killed Spottedleaf but this book paints him as a poor misguided character who just wanted to do what he thought was right and who just followed a cat he thought was a good leader. Overall, an okay but pretty weak book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kiri

    I always enjoy the graphic novels, but this one had a special something about it. Seeing Nightpelt, who is sick, still do the best he can even when others think little of him, is so inspiring to me, a sick person who can't do as much as I used to. I always enjoy the graphic novels, but this one had a special something about it. Seeing Nightpelt, who is sick, still do the best he can even when others think little of him, is so inspiring to me, a sick person who can't do as much as I used to.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Leona Jasmin

    A few too many characters for many to have much development, but otherwise a much more interesting story than I was expecting when I saw this was the next graphic novel coming out. It was a nice story to the main series without causing too many continuity errors.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Gretchen

    ShadowClan's leader Brokenstar is letting his clan fall apart because all he is focused on is battle and revenge. He banishes his former mentor Nightpelt and the elders from the camp so the rest of the clan no longer has to take care of them. Nightpelt vows to care for the elders. As Brokenstar becomes more erratic and banishes more cats, Nightpelt decides that they must do something to defeat Brokenstar and reclaim ShadowClan. This is a great look back on the clans when they lived in the forest. ShadowClan's leader Brokenstar is letting his clan fall apart because all he is focused on is battle and revenge. He banishes his former mentor Nightpelt and the elders from the camp so the rest of the clan no longer has to take care of them. Nightpelt vows to care for the elders. As Brokenstar becomes more erratic and banishes more cats, Nightpelt decides that they must do something to defeat Brokenstar and reclaim ShadowClan. This is a great look back on the clans when they lived in the forest.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Taco

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Very impressive watching Nightpelt play a crucial role in protecting the elders and leading the rebellion against Brokenstar even with a physical disability. Seeing that Volepaw actually survived is a very nice touch, and I got to simp for Featherstorm and Brightflower because I got to see for myself how cute they are. Great book, really looking forward to the next graphic novel.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Fjd2006

    i always love the graphic novels the authors and artist are so cool

  14. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Simpson

    I loved this manga. I always loved Nightstar and the kind of leader he was, and it was lovely to see his POV of Brokenstar's rule and how he had to live with it. I definitely think that StarClan did Nightstar dirty though. Like you won't give him nine lives because Brokenstar is the "true" leader? The dude killed kits. KITS. At this point I'm surprised the Clans even listen to StarClan anymore. I also love that the manga's are now fully coloured: it just gives the book so much more life! Definite I loved this manga. I always loved Nightstar and the kind of leader he was, and it was lovely to see his POV of Brokenstar's rule and how he had to live with it. I definitely think that StarClan did Nightstar dirty though. Like you won't give him nine lives because Brokenstar is the "true" leader? The dude killed kits. KITS. At this point I'm surprised the Clans even listen to StarClan anymore. I also love that the manga's are now fully coloured: it just gives the book so much more life! Definitely worth picking up and reading! A very quick read as well!

  15. 5 out of 5

    jess (bibliophilicjester)

    I really enjoy looking back at the earlier arcs through these graphic novels, although I honestly don't remember a lot of specifics about other clans from the first arc. I thought I remembered who nightpelt was, then the starclan but at the end confirmed it. But I like how these stories follow cats in other clans whose tales we only saw from afar. It provides more depth where the main arc tend to focus on thunderclan, and therefore other clans are seen through the eyes of thunderclan cats. Somet I really enjoy looking back at the earlier arcs through these graphic novels, although I honestly don't remember a lot of specifics about other clans from the first arc. I thought I remembered who nightpelt was, then the starclan but at the end confirmed it. But I like how these stories follow cats in other clans whose tales we only saw from afar. It provides more depth where the main arc tend to focus on thunderclan, and therefore other clans are seen through the eyes of thunderclan cats. Sometimes the characterization is a bit off, but I'll allow it. In shadowclan especially, it seems like there's always so much posturing and showing a brave face to other clans to seem tough and superior. So when we see a softer side to nightpelt here when he's in a smaller group with different responsibilities...idk, I buy it. It's easy to assign blame to shadowclan, but making them seem like real, well rounded characters via these graphic novels just makes the reader's view of the clan stronger. Not every person or cat can be tough and strong 100% of the time, and I like that we're seeing some vulnerability from them. There was a little villain monologuing toward the end, but meh. It felt kind of like that cat lashing out to hurt others with words when his actions finally were challenged. I also really appreciated nightpelt's illness - as someone with asthma, it's easy to feel broken and dwell on not being able to keep up sometimes. But nightpelt focused on what he COULD do and took his herbs to feel better..idk, I appreciate when characters take their meds in any situation haha I'm glad they have inhaler equivalent herbs in the warriors world ☺️ I had the worst day ever yesterday, and it was nice to spend some time with shadowclan (that feels weird to say lol) Also, anything where yellowfang shows up to grumpily sass her way around is just that much better to me haha 🐈‍⬛

  16. 4 out of 5

    Miranda

    This graphic novel was a bit better than expected, but nowhere near as good as the Feathertail one. I like that it focused more on the ShadowClan elders after their exile, and on Nightpelt’s health. His relationship with his brother was interested and could have been better explored, though; Clawface is only seen in a few fleeting scenes, doing Brokenstar’s bidding without question. The backgrounds were very atmospheric and really helped set the tone for this story, but there were an alarming nu This graphic novel was a bit better than expected, but nowhere near as good as the Feathertail one. I like that it focused more on the ShadowClan elders after their exile, and on Nightpelt’s health. His relationship with his brother was interested and could have been better explored, though; Clawface is only seen in a few fleeting scenes, doing Brokenstar’s bidding without question. The backgrounds were very atmospheric and really helped set the tone for this story, but there were an alarming number of panels that had plain backgrounds with a few stripes of color. Overall I think this is a fairly solid Warriors book, but could have been fleshed out more as a novella.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kayleigh Olsen

    I loved this book! It really filled in all the blank spots!! I liked learning more about everything that happened while brokenstar was leader! It was interesting to hear everything in a different perspective. I highly recommend this book to Warriors fans!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Marli Hanekom

    I enjoyed this manga a lot. It was fun returning to the first series with tidbits about what happened in the other clans outside of thunder clan. I cannot wait for more stories about the clans in novel or manga format.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey E

    The Erin Hunter continues to dominate the youth 9-12 demographic and the manga series is no exception. Fantastic character building, wonderful storytelling, and great art (James L. Barry and I are even friends on Instagram).

  20. 5 out of 5

    JuJo

    it's really impossible to choose a favorite between the graphic novels so far because they're all just so good. The art sets this one apart, however. I think James L. Barry has improved in how he draws the characters and the forest scenery and it really just makes Exile from ShadowClan so enjoyable to read. it's really impossible to choose a favorite between the graphic novels so far because they're all just so good. The art sets this one apart, however. I think James L. Barry has improved in how he draws the characters and the forest scenery and it really just makes Exile from ShadowClan so enjoyable to read.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I loved getting to know Nightpelt better and see everything from his perspective. I absolutely love these managas!💙🐾🐈

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    I think I liked the graphic novel better than the regular print novel.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jay Semeniuk

    warriors never disappoints:) i loved seeing cats from the old series, runningnose is becoming a new favourite of mine!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ellie

    glad Nightpelt got his own story. And good job sticking Volepaw in there. He disappears in one of the earlier books.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Areej Khan

    A further insight into Nightpelt’s role in taking over Shadowclan. The following events were just shown from his perspective and how he believed it was his responsibility to take care of his clanmates. A noteworthy act done by someone who can’t properly breathe himself, shows how much one goes to bring a lost clan together. A decent but somewhat of a redundant recap highlighting Brokenstar’s brutal reign.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    This was a fun one. I didn't like it as much as the other new manga so far, but it was fun to see a new facet of Clawface and to actually see Ashfur (SC) exist for real. It's always fun to read these and see the Clan cats just being cats. This was a fun one. I didn't like it as much as the other new manga so far, but it was fun to see a new facet of Clawface and to actually see Ashfur (SC) exist for real. It's always fun to read these and see the Clan cats just being cats.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    I'm sure in some part this backstory was talked about in the books, but I'm glad we get to see the whole thing play out from a ShadowClan perspective and not ThunderClan's. I'm sure in some part this backstory was talked about in the books, but I'm glad we get to see the whole thing play out from a ShadowClan perspective and not ThunderClan's.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Hippolyta S.

    Really good and gave further, great insight on the inner workings of ShadowClan and how their values were different and confirming my thoughts on the Clan themselves and how they're willing to do some whack stuff in order to gain power/seem powerful. Really good and gave further, great insight on the inner workings of ShadowClan and how their values were different and confirming my thoughts on the Clan themselves and how they're willing to do some whack stuff in order to gain power/seem powerful.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rowan :)

    I thought this was a really good, past look into the forest. After being with the lake for so long, I think it was really nice to revisit the forest again. I also thought it had good insight to Nightpelt/star's character, and showed us some of the characters we never got to know very well. I thought this was a really good, past look into the forest. After being with the lake for so long, I think it was really nice to revisit the forest again. I also thought it had good insight to Nightpelt/star's character, and showed us some of the characters we never got to know very well.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tina

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