The Final Battle


Survivors: The Gathering Darkness

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Date Released

Hardcover: February 5th, 2019[1]
Paperback: n/a
eBook: February 5th, 2019[1]


Hardcover: ISBN 0062343564[1]
Paperback: ISBN n/a
eBook: ASIN 9780062343567[1]

Preceded by

The Exile's Journey

Additional Information


The Final Battle is the upcoming sixth The Gathering Darkness arc. It is also the final book for the Survivors series overall. It is set to release on February 5th, 2019.[1]


The final epic adventure is here! The sixth and final book in #1 bestselling author Erin Hunter’s Survivors: The Gathering Darkness series is a thrilling, action-packed finale you won’t want to miss.

The time has come for a traitor to fall.

Storm has discovered the identity of the traitor dog who was sabotaging her former Pack—but when she returned from her exile, she fell right into the Bad Dog’s waiting trap. Now a prisoner in the Wild Pack’s camp, Storm is running out of time. This is her last chance to save the Pack… and to put an end to what the traitor began.

Survivors’s winning blend of epic action, canine friendship, and animal folklore has earned it rave reviews, including two starred reviews from Kirkus Reviews, which praised the series as “wild and wonderful adventure.” Erin Hunter’s ferociously loyal fans won’t want to miss this action-packed finale!

Publication History

  • The Final Battle (EN), HarperCollins (Hardcover), 5 February 2019[1]
  • The Final Battle (EN), HarperCollins (e-Book), 5 February 2019[1]



References and Citations

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    • Yeah, that was weird. I mean Lucky risked his life to spy for them and that's how they repay him.
    • But of course, he should not have done that in the first place.
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    • I know Lucky framed Mulch but you can see the guilt that he went trough because of it. He was a coward there, but learned from it and admitted...
    • Here is a reason I thought of that made the gathering darkness less enjoyable. Storm almost never seems to make mistakes and seems to be perf...