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The Storm of Dogs has begun—and no dog will escape its fury. Now that their ruthless former Alpha has left the Wild Pack and Sweet has taken his place, the dogs should finally be able to find peace in their new home. But they must constantly keep watch for signs of Blade and her Fierce Dogs, and Lucky’s dreams are troubled by visions of a terrifying future—a future that wil The Storm of Dogs has begun—and no dog will escape its fury. Now that their ruthless former Alpha has left the Wild Pack and Sweet has taken his place, the dogs should finally be able to find peace in their new home. But they must constantly keep watch for signs of Blade and her Fierce Dogs, and Lucky’s dreams are troubled by visions of a terrifying future—a future that will force every dog to fight tooth and claw for survival. Storm of Dogs is the conclusion to the first arc in the action-packed Survivors series. Survivors has received rave reviews, including two stars from Kirkus Reivews, which has called the series a “wild and wonderful adventure” and “perfectly crafted.” With its heart-pounding blend of epic action, friendship, and animal folklore, this New York Times bestselling series from the author of Warriors is sure to leave readers howling for more.


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The Storm of Dogs has begun—and no dog will escape its fury. Now that their ruthless former Alpha has left the Wild Pack and Sweet has taken his place, the dogs should finally be able to find peace in their new home. But they must constantly keep watch for signs of Blade and her Fierce Dogs, and Lucky’s dreams are troubled by visions of a terrifying future—a future that wil The Storm of Dogs has begun—and no dog will escape its fury. Now that their ruthless former Alpha has left the Wild Pack and Sweet has taken his place, the dogs should finally be able to find peace in their new home. But they must constantly keep watch for signs of Blade and her Fierce Dogs, and Lucky’s dreams are troubled by visions of a terrifying future—a future that will force every dog to fight tooth and claw for survival. Storm of Dogs is the conclusion to the first arc in the action-packed Survivors series. Survivors has received rave reviews, including two stars from Kirkus Reivews, which has called the series a “wild and wonderful adventure” and “perfectly crafted.” With its heart-pounding blend of epic action, friendship, and animal folklore, this New York Times bestselling series from the author of Warriors is sure to leave readers howling for more.

30 review for Storm of Dogs

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Well, that was kind of a letdown... Sadly a lot of the finales the Erins have been writing haven't been up to par. This whole storm of dogs has been built up since the first book to be this huge thing and it really just amounted to a battle where literally one good guy died and all the other bad guys got defeated. Kind of a cop out, if you ask me. This story took a lot different of a turn from where I thought it was going at first. I thought it was about a bunch of dogs banding together to survive Well, that was kind of a letdown... Sadly a lot of the finales the Erins have been writing haven't been up to par. This whole storm of dogs has been built up since the first book to be this huge thing and it really just amounted to a battle where literally one good guy died and all the other bad guys got defeated. Kind of a cop out, if you ask me. This story took a lot different of a turn from where I thought it was going at first. I thought it was about a bunch of dogs banding together to survive, and in the end getting back to their people. The book took a turn for the worst when the pack came into play. After that, I liked this series significantly less and would have enjoyed a story where the dogs find their people instead of one where they learn that it's better to just live in the wild.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Liza

    So uh....how should I describe this book... The thing is, I can't just view this book by itself. I need to compare it to the rest of the series plus the other works Erin Hunter has done. So pull up a seat and here we go! So this book picks up where the last one picks off. The dogs finally decide not to be pansies and actually do something about Blade and her dogs. I mean, by itself the story sounds interesting and promising. The thing is it reminds me of the last book in the first Warriors series. So uh....how should I describe this book... The thing is, I can't just view this book by itself. I need to compare it to the rest of the series plus the other works Erin Hunter has done. So pull up a seat and here we go! So this book picks up where the last one picks off. The dogs finally decide not to be pansies and actually do something about Blade and her dogs. I mean, by itself the story sounds interesting and promising. The thing is it reminds me of the last book in the first Warriors series. The final battle against two groups with the Spirit Dogs(Aka StarClan) by the side of the "good" guys. Another issue was the treatment of Storm in the pack. So she is described multiple times as having "killer instincts" and that she was born knowing fighting skills. Uh yeah, no. I don't understand what the fixation was on making her and the rest of the Fierce Dogs seem like a totally different species. She is a dog for crying out loud! If she was a coyote or a wolf or something else I would understand but yeah, not this. Also, I'm guessing one of the new Erins wrote this one? The writing style felt choppy and incredibly repetitious to me. You could make a drinking game out of the number of times Lucky felt proud of another dog. So yeah, overall it is okay. I didn't adore it and right now I prefer the Seekers series to this one. Apparently this one is getting a sequel though? *thinks of the second Warriors series* Oh boy...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kirsti

    Number six in the series, and the grand finale. Since the beginning we have been working towards the great battle between the Fierce dogs and the Wild Pack. Dogs have betrayed their own packs, been killed and deserted, but Lucky will be there at the end with his beloved Sweet and the pup Storm to see out the battle. I'm not going to sugarcoat it, these books aren't as good as Warriors. The writing feels more childish, the culture of the dogs not as well defined. The characters are good, but Luck Number six in the series, and the grand finale. Since the beginning we have been working towards the great battle between the Fierce dogs and the Wild Pack. Dogs have betrayed their own packs, been killed and deserted, but Lucky will be there at the end with his beloved Sweet and the pup Storm to see out the battle. I'm not going to sugarcoat it, these books aren't as good as Warriors. The writing feels more childish, the culture of the dogs not as well defined. The characters are good, but Lucky is no Firestar. I never really understood key elements, like what exactly the Big Growl was. Obviously there was an earthquake, or an explosion? Or was there an earthquake that caused a power plant to melt down and cause toxic water and radiation? Is it the end of the world? I was never sure, because the entire story is told from a limited dog's understanding. I do enjoy animal fiction, and I am glad I finally finished this series, with the exception of the short stories which I will read at a later date. I'm still not sure why they are so hard to get in Australia; has there been a publishing issue? I had to order this one direct from the US at the hefty price tag of $35 for a hardcover. I kind of winced when I saw the total, but I couldn't wait any longer to add this book to my collection. They are seriously pretty covers, much like the Warriors books. Maybe I should try the Seekers books too? Four stars for the series as a whole, probably three and a half for this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Meg McGregor

    I am so sorry to see this series end! I really enjoyed it; this book, in particular had non-stop action, twists and turns, and one event that had me crying while I was reading it! In the beginning of the story, Lucky is made the Beta; only the girl-dog he loves, Sweet is higher than he is, in the pack. She is the Alpha, and cares very much, for the safety and well being of all in her Pack! There was a ceremony held for Lucky. Each member of the Pack brought an offering to him. "Bright Eyed Snap was I am so sorry to see this series end! I really enjoyed it; this book, in particular had non-stop action, twists and turns, and one event that had me crying while I was reading it! In the beginning of the story, Lucky is made the Beta; only the girl-dog he loves, Sweet is higher than he is, in the pack. She is the Alpha, and cares very much, for the safety and well being of all in her Pack! There was a ceremony held for Lucky. Each member of the Pack brought an offering to him. "Bright Eyed Snap was the first to step forward. She placed her gift in front of Lucky - the bones of a small creature. She spoke solemnly. "I bring you this gift so that you will lead successful hunts and make sure that the Pack never goes hungry." Martha was the next to step into the circle. She laid a bright-yellow stone in front of him. 'This stone was particularly clear and smooth. I bring you this gift so that, as the River-Dog softens the hard edges of the bank, you will smooth over the cracks and divisions in the Pack to keep us working as one." If our leaders would just understand this, (especially in these times of uncertainty and fear) it would make for such a better world. The event where I just burst into tears is near the end of the story. I am not going to write about it here; but, when you do read this book, you will most certainly know which one I mean! I would love to see another book written by Ms. Hunter! I really did enjoy this series!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Xavier Ocampo

    The book Storm of the Dogs is an action packed book full of jaw-dropping scenes and some fight scenes. The main character Lucky is the Beta of a pack and he is helping lead his back away from danger from a rival pack. This rival pack is fierce and ruthless and if they find Lucky's pack, they will slaughter them. Lucky decides he has had enough and he proposes to ambush the rival pack instead of the running away constantly. The pack ambushes the other pack and they have a all out brawl. Blood is The book Storm of the Dogs is an action packed book full of jaw-dropping scenes and some fight scenes. The main character Lucky is the Beta of a pack and he is helping lead his back away from danger from a rival pack. This rival pack is fierce and ruthless and if they find Lucky's pack, they will slaughter them. Lucky decides he has had enough and he proposes to ambush the rival pack instead of the running away constantly. The pack ambushes the other pack and they have a all out brawl. Blood is spilling and no side is clearly winning. Who will win. I rate this book 9.999991 out of 10 stars. I recommend this book to anyone that wants to read a good book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    death

    3.5 stars~ I'm actually quite disappointed with this ending. The whole storm of the dogs thing was built up and sounded super dangerous and epic. Unfortunately it wasn't even a big deal. Sorry survivor fans 3.5 stars~ I'm actually quite disappointed with this ending. The whole storm of the dogs thing was built up and sounded super dangerous and epic. Unfortunately it wasn't even a big deal. Sorry survivor fans

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alan 김 승 주

    The epic battle has begun...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Brittney Tyler

    Star Rating: 5 stars Note: This is the 6th book in the Survivors series so this will not be an in-depth review. In my epic endeavor to get caught up on Erin Hunter’s books, I finally read Survivors: Storm of Dogs, which is the conclusion of the 1st series about the Wild Pack and our main character, Lucky. As usual, Hunter continues her streak of writing epic stories that I can’t help but read in one go. The best part about these books is the themes that she is able to impart using the medium of Star Rating: 5 stars Note: This is the 6th book in the Survivors series so this will not be an in-depth review. In my epic endeavor to get caught up on Erin Hunter’s books, I finally read Survivors: Storm of Dogs, which is the conclusion of the 1st series about the Wild Pack and our main character, Lucky. As usual, Hunter continues her streak of writing epic stories that I can’t help but read in one go. The best part about these books is the themes that she is able to impart using the medium of this pack of Wild Dogs. For instance, there has been a theme running through the entire series of busting stereotypes, mostly using the character of the Fierce Dog (Doberman Pincher), Storm. Pretty much all of the other dogs believe that because every other dog like her is vicious and mean that Storm will be too, although, she has shown on multiple occasions that she can control herself and isn’t like the others of her breed. I think that this is a good lesson to teach kids (This is a middle-grade story) as a lot of them feel they have to be a certain way because everyone else is or because others like them are. Seeing Storm beat everyone’s expectations of her and becoming her own person could really inspire kids to do the same. There is also a theme of doing the honorable thing, even if it isn’t the easiest thing, which is another good thing to teach children. All in all, this was a great conclusion to the series, and I can’t wait to read the continuation series. 5 stars and a new favorite!!!!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kathi

    I was pleased with the ending of this series. There continued to be more violence than I thought appropriate for upper elementary and even middle school, but the positive themes and characters of the books were paramount. I also appreciated the Spirit Dogs throughout the books. While not religious, Lucky had heard stories about these benign forces of nature as a pup from his litter-mother, and called on them to help muster his strength to do difficult tasks. He questions their existence when eve I was pleased with the ending of this series. There continued to be more violence than I thought appropriate for upper elementary and even middle school, but the positive themes and characters of the books were paramount. I also appreciated the Spirit Dogs throughout the books. While not religious, Lucky had heard stories about these benign forces of nature as a pup from his litter-mother, and called on them to help muster his strength to do difficult tasks. He questions their existence when events go against the dogs, but ultimately defeats the evil Blade of the Fierce Dogs, believing in himself and the forces of good. After reading these six well-written, well-thought-out stories with memorable, well-drawn characters, I don’t know if I will ever look at another dog non-anthropomorphically. And...after being “with” Lucky for 1300 pages, as he grew and matured “realistically,” that’s all right with me. Well done, Erin Hunter.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bob

    Can't say enough good things about this series! Yes, it's fantasy and I'm not a fan of that genre. Yes, the dogs are anthropomorphized and that may put off many folks. But none of that really matters. It's just one hell of a GREAT story (sorry for shouting)... a true page-turner that I found impossible to put down. I've rated all the other books in the series 4-stars, but only because they're incomplete without this series conclusion. This one gets a full 5-star vote because it wraps everything Can't say enough good things about this series! Yes, it's fantasy and I'm not a fan of that genre. Yes, the dogs are anthropomorphized and that may put off many folks. But none of that really matters. It's just one hell of a GREAT story (sorry for shouting)... a true page-turner that I found impossible to put down. I've rated all the other books in the series 4-stars, but only because they're incomplete without this series conclusion. This one gets a full 5-star vote because it wraps everything up in a riveting, compelling narrative that completes the whole set. Think of the series as one book in six separate parts... and be sure you start with book #1 then follow them in sequence! Loved 'em all enormously. Five solid stars push them onto my all-time favorites shelf!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Yuna

    Storm Of Dogs was a story that made me want more of Erin Hunters books. It is one of those books that make you start guessing what is going to happen next as you don't know. This is one of my favourite Survivors books. This story shook me and made me want to read the book over and over again. If I missed any small detail at all, I would regret it. This story is the best so far. Erin Hunter used great description in the book to allow me to understand all the emotions of the loyal dogs and of cour Storm Of Dogs was a story that made me want more of Erin Hunters books. It is one of those books that make you start guessing what is going to happen next as you don't know. This is one of my favourite Survivors books. This story shook me and made me want to read the book over and over again. If I missed any small detail at all, I would regret it. This story is the best so far. Erin Hunter used great description in the book to allow me to understand all the emotions of the loyal dogs and of course of the bad ones too. I recommend this book to all the children and adults as it holds tension and no other book can get any better.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Alexis Nunn

    I must admit, the whole Storm of Dogs build up was rather anticlimactic in the end. No LionClan versus TigerClan type face off. Yes, good dogs die. Bad dogs die. The dogs that were chosen to be the ones to die...sheesh. (view spoiler)[ Should've been WHINE to die not Martha and Splash. Fang died, the disillusioned fool. Blade, yepp. Alpha, yepp (good). I hated him. (hide spoiler)] I'm glad the ending was as expected. The strange fierce-dog racism (dogism? breedism?) was really grating me. The s I must admit, the whole Storm of Dogs build up was rather anticlimactic in the end. No LionClan versus TigerClan type face off. Yes, good dogs die. Bad dogs die. The dogs that were chosen to be the ones to die...sheesh. (view spoiler)[ Should've been WHINE to die not Martha and Splash. Fang died, the disillusioned fool. Blade, yepp. Alpha, yepp (good). I hated him. (hide spoiler)] I'm glad the ending was as expected. The strange fierce-dog racism (dogism? breedism?) was really grating me. The story somewhat just... ends though. Regardless, I still loved the series. I will be reading the second.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Gage Lloyd

    Storm of dogs there.s dog and theyre .being chased by other dogs and at the. end they .have a huge battle in the snow. i m'learned don't be cheeky i don't know how i learned that but i did but trust you friend in the book no one trusts storm except lucky until the end and it made her feel like absolute trash my opion on the book is that its good because its dogs Storm of dogs there.s dog and theyre .being chased by other dogs and at the. end they .have a huge battle in the snow. i m'learned don't be cheeky i don't know how i learned that but i did but trust you friend in the book no one trusts storm except lucky until the end and it made her feel like absolute trash my opion on the book is that its good because its dogs

  14. 5 out of 5

    dan.brownell50gmail.com

    And the story ends The entire Survivors series was a PGE turning event. I couldn't get enough of this struggle of life. I was sorry to see a couple of my favorite characters lose their struggle. And the story ends The entire Survivors series was a PGE turning event. I couldn't get enough of this struggle of life. I was sorry to see a couple of my favorite characters lose their struggle.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Twyla

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. My favorite part was either when arrow joined the wild pack or when Storm managed to defeat Blade and the fierce dogs left. My least favorite part was when Martha died, because she was one of my favorite of the dogs. I wasn't really sad when Alpha died. My favorite part was either when arrow joined the wild pack or when Storm managed to defeat Blade and the fierce dogs left. My least favorite part was when Martha died, because she was one of my favorite of the dogs. I wasn't really sad when Alpha died.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Braelen H

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book is a crazy book. Alpha cheats in the big face of with storm and blade-no surprise there- and we run into all the introduced packs. Luckys dreams come true, and all this does not scratch the surface of what’s in this book

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Good read. It was so hard to know that so many of the dogs died but things have gotten better for them.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Joseph Leskey

    Well… although the dogs weren't really very much like dogs and they were all rather stupid and kept mentioning how smart they were, this wasn't the worst series in the world. Well… although the dogs weren't really very much like dogs and they were all rather stupid and kept mentioning how smart they were, this wasn't the worst series in the world.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Neve

    Amazing ending , but did martha really have to die? She was my favorite. Overall , great stuff!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Cami

    Best Survivors book by far. I couldn't put the book down! Congrats Erin Hunter, you made a masterpiece. Best Survivors book by far. I couldn't put the book down! Congrats Erin Hunter, you made a masterpiece.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Pretty good. I feel bad for Storm.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ethan

    It was Great.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Micaiah

    Loved it, it is the best series ever!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    Excellent!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Skye

    It was AWESOME!I loved it.so much action,love,mystery and more.the best book series!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Temp

    beautiful end to the first series. will miss.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Harold

    So well written!! This book is super great my daughter loved it! Five stars ⭐️! She recommends it to anybody who likes dogs and adventure.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Abs

    This book is more different than any other in the series. You can see storm grow throughout the book and this is when she is most grown, I still think Lucky is way better than her though

  29. 4 out of 5

    Zero05555

    awesome storm is my faveriote charictor

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sophia

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A wonderful closing to the epic Erin hunter series. I never thought that they would join with twitch’s pack! Also, whine is a very naughty little traitor. Grrrr.....

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