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Fire alone can save our Clan...For generations, four Clans of wild cats have shared the forest according to the laws laid down by the powerful ancestors. But the warrior code is threatened, and the ThunderClan cats are in grave danger. The sinister ShadowClan grows stronger every day. Noble warriors are dying -- and some deaths are more mysterious than others.In the midstFire alone can save our Clan...For generations, four Clans of wild cats have shared the forest according to the laws laid down by the powerful ancestors. But the warrior code is threatened, and the ThunderClan cats are in grave danger. The sinister ShadowClan grows stronger every day. Noble warriors are dying -- and some deaths are more mysterious than others.In the midst of this turmoil appears an ordinary housecat named Rusty... Who may yet turn out to be the bravest warrior of them all....

Title : Into the Wild
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ISBN : 9780613883641
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Number of Pages : 202 Pages
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Into the Wild Reviews

  • Dominique
    2018-11-17 06:20

    I wish there was a higher rating, beacuse this is the BEST series in the world!!!!!!!!!!!If you like this one,then read the following in order.(It is important to read them in order,or you will miss important parts of the story.) 1.WARRIORS Book one- Into the Wild Book two- Fire and Ice Book three- Forest of Secrets Book four- Rising Storm Book five- A Dangerous Path Book six- The Darkest Hour2.WARRIORS:THE NEW PROPHECY Book one- Midnight Book two- Moonrise Book three- Dawn Book four- Starlight Book five- Twilight Book six- Sunset 3.WARRIORS:POWER OF THREE Book one- The SightBook two- Dark River Book three-Outcast EXTRA- *Firestar's Quest*Warriors field guide: Secrets of the clansWARRIORS MANGA- Book one- The Lost Warrior Book two- Warrior's Refuge Book three-Warrior's Return

  • Kat (Lost in Neverland)
    2018-11-24 07:19

    Best book and series in the world.

  • Vane J.
    2018-12-14 09:39

    Edit (February 23, 2016): Okay, I'm DONE with this review. I'm disabling the notifications, so if someone comments in it, I'm not gonna now. The level of trolls it has gotten has reached levels I cannot stand anymore. Of course, there are reviews with more trolls, but this is as much as I can endure.And for you, ignorants who can't accept other people's opinions (better known as "trolls"), why don't you go read one of the many thousands of 5 star reviews instead of coming to criticize an opinion that's obviously different to yours? Don't you understand it's pointless? I'm not going to stop hating this book if you tell me "I'm wrong." In fact, if anything, your words only make me feel nauseas when I think of this piece of garbage.And that's my final word. I won't be replying to any comment in here, I don't care why you love this (write your own review for that) and I won't read the rest of this series.______________________Original review:The first thing you need to know about me is that I hate cats. HATE THEM. They're are the living creatures I dread the most after roaches. I'm serious. I can't think about cats without flinching. I hear one, and I shudder. I see one, and I want to vomit. One gets near me and the good girl inside me is in risk of going far far away. I just can't stand them.The second thing you need to know is that I hate stories about talking animals. I literally cannot watch a TV show or a movie where there are talking animals without going insane. Really, I get so exasperated and furious I fear my heart will stop working.Those previous points led me to think I was not going to like this book, but I decided to try anyway because I've had pleasant surprises, for example, The Monstrumologist. That book had monsters and my eyes just roll until almost popping out of my head whenever I hear that word mentioned, BUT I LOVED that book/series, so with the hope of that thing also happening with this book, I finally gave it a try.I regret my decision.Why? Perhaps this is the most ridiculous book I've read after Twilight (and we're talking about one year). I just couldn't buy the concept. Clans of cats fighting? The hell? Yep. That's all this book is about. Some might say it's an original concept, but for me? It's just laughable.Also, the amount of absurd names was overwhelming to the point where I wanted to kill myself. Look at some examples:→ Tigerpaw, Graypaw, Firepaw, Lionheart, Dustpaw, Sandpaw, Bluestar, Ravenpaw, Yellowfang, Longtail, Smudge, Crookedstar, Tallstar, Blackfoot, Dappletail, Redtail, Oakheart, Darkstripe, Spottedleaf, Frostfur, Raggedstar, Nightpelt, etc.You may have noticed that I highlighted some of the names... Well, it's because READING ALL THOSE FREAKING -PAW, -STAR, -HEART, -TAIL TERMINATIONS MADE ME WANT TO KILL MYSELF!!!Some awkward sentences contributed to my almost madness too. Like this:“We got back in time,” she meowed with a gasp. “The kits are safe!”Meowed... with a gasp? That's like trying to talk while swallowing... or like gasping and talking at the same time. I tried doing it and I failed. My brother tried and he failed too. My mother is part of this group too and my sister as well.This felt just as wtf as the previous one:Yellowfang looked up at Bluestar and narrowed her eyes respectfully.Narrow eyes respectfully?How do you do that? Like this?Or maybe like this?[Damn. Aren't you a creepy one, Cinderella's stepmother?]This one might be an option too:For me, they all look the same (except some are more hate-filled), don't ya think?The unnecessary deaths were also another bug for me. Like, I didn't even get to know the character yet he died and I'm supposed to feel bad? For example, there was a Redtail (yeah, ludicrous name - don't even mention it) at the beginning. I didn't know who that was, and there comes some cat telling everyone Redtail's dead. I mean, wtf, who the hell is Redtail?And I'm not only talking about his death. There were many pointless ones. Why did they die? Just to... give more emotion to the story, I suppose? Well, Hunter, BIG FAIL HERE BECAUSE I COULDN'T CARE ANY LESS.Anyway, I'm sure I bashing a book most people love, but maybe this didn't work for me because it simply was ridiculous not a book targetted to my age. If you're a fan of talking animals and you love stupid stories about pointless "warriors" cats, then this might be just for you.

  • Kim
    2018-11-17 09:44

    So...Warriors. No, not that awesome 80's flick starring that guy from Xanadu. Unfortunately. Warriors, Into the Wild is Book 1 of 6 (SIX!!) in the first of like---- a zillion series. My 10 yr old daughter is in love with these books---she can devour one a day (and the way that they are churned out....) She is so into these that she asked my husband and I to give them a shot. Fine, I can take one for the team, I mean, heck, she's reading, right?Thing is, it's not so bad. You've got a li'l bit of Tolkien and a splash of Shakespearean tragedy in a Jets vs. Sharks sorta way... It makes for a lively story.Here's my issue...So, you have the kittpet, Rusty, longing to pounce on mice and rabbits, tearing into their cold, fuzzy, flesh--he meets Graypaw and is introduced toThunderclanand meets Lionheart and TigerclawandDustpaw and Sandpaw and they take him in and he becomes Firepaw and apprentices with Bluestar butTigerclaw has this chip on his shoulder and doesn't like him and he runs into Yellowfang and falls for Spottedleaf, then has to save the honor or Ravenpaw who watchedRedtail be killed by Oakheart, but it wasn't Oakheart it was Tigerclaw and meanwhile you have Shadowclan, which is Yellowfang's old gang and they're led by Brokenspear who has daddy issues and offs Raggedstar and sendsClawface to capture Frostfur's kits so there's this A-Team like maneuver to invade Shadowclan that Whitestorm leads and then Graypaw becomes Graystripe and Firepaw who was Rustynow becomes Fireheart... Breathe...See?

  • Audrey (Ravenwing)
    2018-12-15 04:22

    BEST BOOK EVER!!(Comment below if you would like to join ThunderClan)You silently walk through the forest, alone and scared. You are hungry and tired, and are in need of shelter. Suddenly, you come across a young, tortoise shell cat."Hello!" she meows. "I'm Ravenwing."You nod in acknowledgment."Let me take you to Eaglestar," she says. "He'll decide if we'll bring you in."Welcome to the ORIGINAL ThunderClan, where online AND kindle GoodRead users can role play!UPDATES:- Welcome, Iceslash (Icestorm)!- We need mentors for Rosepaw, Darkpaw, Spikepaw, Starpaw, Lightningpaw, and Waterpaw!Here's the list of ThunderClan members so far:Leader:Eaglestar (Quickstep)Deputy:Silverstorm (apprentice: Featherpaw)Medicine Cat:Icestorm (apprentice: Birchpaw)Warriors:Ravenwing (apprentice: Batpaw)Flowerclaw (apprentice: Blackpaw)FalconclawSoftleapWillowleaf(Trixi) (apprentice: Whisperpaw)TigerlilyFireheart (apprentice: Oakpaw)DarkmoonSnowstripeWaterflameSnowstripe (Lindsy) (apprentice: Hopepaw)MoonwhispererGoldenstorm (Adithya)Spottedfire (Strawbery Rose Gallagher)EmeraldstripeMoonfeatherMorningdawnSilverstoneRedclaw (Aidan)Skyheart (skysar)(apprentice: Clawpaw)SparkytailWillowfall (Briana)MoonfeatherFoxfur (Aimee Bachman)Flameheart (Katlove92)Leafdapple (Florence)(apprentice: Goldpaw)IceslashApprentices:Birchpaw (Ashly Ketchum) (Mother: Flowerclaw)Oakpaw (OPEN) (Mother: Flowerclaw)Rosepaw (Mother: Flowerclaw)Batpaw Whisperpaw (Alayna) Darkpaw (kaufmask)Spikepaw (Mother: Silverstorm)Featherpaw (Mother: Silverstorm)Waterpaw (Mother: Silverstorm)Hopepaw (Mother Silverstorm)Starpaw (LDSHADOWLADY)LightningpawClawpaw (lynx)Goldpaw (Satta)Queens:NONEKits:Amberkit (Maria)Craftkit (BLCRAFT)Elders:NONE

  • Jeff
    2018-12-17 09:26

    Guess what peeps?? ;)This was my first YA series that I read!!!Yah, yah, maybe it was something else but my poor memory remembers this one as a CRAZY FRICKING AWESOME SERIES.So yes, I was a little tiny 5th grader whoread in the back corner of the classroom who politely answered teacher's questions. But when this gorgeous thing came up in my face, I was like...0_0Wha??.............AND BAM.*FALLS DEAD IN LOVE IN THE BACK OF A 5TH GRADE CLASSROOM*This book has action, has great characters, and guess what??!!IT'S FROM A CAT'S POV.Yup, you animal lovers, come this way. ;)So yes, half the time, I was wondering if cats could actually talk or this entire time, I was reading pages full of "meows" and mistook them for actual words.........*sheepish smile*Yes, this book was brilliant, you'll love it, you'll die in the back of ur 5th grade classroom( or middle school, or couch, or whatevs), and here I am, recommending this to y'all!!!Hope ya like it! ;)

  • Anna-Marie
    2018-12-04 03:28

    This book is about a house cat who is tired of being a house cat and wants to go into the wild. Then he mets a kitten from a 'clan' and goes with him into the forest and mets the rest of the Thunderclan. This book sounds boring, but really, it is a great book. The author is very descriptive and makes it all very interesting. There a four clans, Thunderclan, Windclan, Riverclan and Shadowclan. The whole series, and there are a lot of them, is about the four clans fighting to stay alive and also trying to be friends with the other clans. There are also new series, calld the New Prophecy, they are about different cats and different problems, but all the series join together. It really doesn't sound that great, but you should just try, you will be suprised. This is the first book out of all of them, after you have read it though, you need to read the rest.

  • Logan
    2018-11-17 06:48

    I had just found my new favorite series! I recommend this book to anybody. it is an awesome book

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)
    2018-11-22 09:22

    These books are written terribly but they've actually got pretty developed characters and they basically made me fall in love with reading in third grade or whatever? so. four stars.I actually want to talk about why these stupid books made me fall in love with reading, because they truly influenced me so much. I think the best thing about this series is the developed character work. This is a series that has defined characters who you can root for or dislike, which is awesome. I actually think the characters improve throughout the series. In series one, Fireclaw is kind of a typical boring do-gooder. Brambleclaw, Leafpool, and Squirrelflight, the main characters in series two, are far more interesting and defined, with clear motivations beyond "do the right thing." This trend continues in series three and four. I also really appreciate the occasional morally grey or morally black characters. Yes, many characters are a bit "I do good things and I'm amazing!!" but characters like Ivypool, in the fourth series, were so influential to my childhood. Yeah, the plot is a little weird and far-fetched, and the writing is pretty terrible now that I've grown up enough to see it, but this series is definitely good for anyone who likes middle grade fiction. Especially kids. This is definitely a series I'd give to all elementary schoolers.

  • Nima Kohandani
    2018-12-07 07:40

    کلاً تجربه ی جالبی بودگاهی بسیار روایتش نوجوانانه میشد، گاهی بسیار به یانگ ادالت نزدیک میشد!توصیف ها و تصویرسازی نبردها واقعا جذاب و زیبا بودنشخصیت پردازی به طرز عجیبی عالی بود!ببینیم در جلدهای بعدی چی برامون دارن این گروه نویسندگانکاراکترهای مورد علاقه مم بدون شک:نیش‌زرد و کبوداختر

  • Kater Cheek
    2018-12-14 04:41

    My kids adore these novels, so I knew it was only a matter of time before I had to read them too. I figured I'd like them. After all, I like middle grade and YA fiction, and cats are cool, and Watership Down was one of my favorite novels of all time. So how could a book about warrior housecats go wrong?If you're one of those people that hate cilantro, than any salsa with cilantro in it is going to hit your "ick, soapy" button and displease you. This novel hit a lot of my ick buttons. For one, it has a lot of exclamation points in it, which I generally interpret as a crutch for weak writing. Also, Hunter rarely uses "he said" or "she said" preferring instead "meowed, responded, purred, snapped, suggested, answered, called, growled" etc. Also, the names drove me batty. Young cats have -paw as a suffix, leaders have -star as a suffix, and the others have a different suffix. so you have nothing but compound names. Firepaw, Ravenpaw, Brokenstar, Bluestar, Tigerclaw, Lionheart.Once I'd already had my pet peeves hit,I started looking for reasons to explain why I didn't want to finish it. I think part of it is that the cats don't act like cats. That's probably not fair, because I read Tad Williams' Tailchaser's Song and liked it, but for some reason I wasn't able to suspend my disbelief here. Housecats are not social in the way that dogs, rabbits, deer, wolves, sea lions, and other animals are. To have them forming clans, and caring about such things as group cohesion and honor (honor? Cats?) made them feel more like dogs, or like aliens that I didn't understand. I also don't think that cats cache kills for later. I know for certain that cats have no herblore whatsoever, but I'm a big reader of fantasy, so I'm not sure why I wasn't able to swallow it here.That's not to say that I don't recommend this book. Both my daughters (ages 8 and 10) adore these books, though the younger one is not a strong reader and prefers the graphic novel version. My niece (9) also adores these novels, as do her friends. So clearly, there's something here they're taking out if it (a story about kitties). They probably also are responding to the tried-and-true plot of "boy from humble origins learns from his elders, grows, and eventually surpasses those who taught him to become the greatest of all." The plotting isn't terrible, and I did care about what happened, I just wasn't willing to wade through the irritating prose to get there. So I cheated. A hundred pages from the end, I gave up and asked my kid what happened. Spoiler alert: nothing you haven't predicted by chapter four.

  • Angela
    2018-11-23 05:30

    This review is by Pippi, guest reviewer, age 1 and a half; tabby cat.This is a book about cats who live in the wild and they catch mice and eat them and they fight. There are four colonies of cats and one of them is mean and steals the other colonies food.At first I thought this book was hard to read because even though it's written in English they try to translate cat words into English so it's hard to follow at first until you get used to the cat words.At the beginning of the story Rusty is a housecat and humans take care of him but then he decides he wants to be a warrior so he joins a clan of cats. They never say what happens to his humans but I bet they miss him a lot. There are not many humans in this book and the ones that are are bad humans. I live with nice humans so I don't know what this is like.Mama says I should read Watership Down because the human author did a nice job of making a story about animals that sound real, kind of like this book does, but that story is about bunnies and who cares about bunnies anyway?

  • Abdollah zarei
    2018-12-08 09:48

    4.5یه فانتزی خاص و دوست داشتنی.واقعا نمی دونم با چی طرفم یه داستان فانتزی کودکانه یا یه داستان حماسی نوجوانِ رو به بزرگسال. یه داستان در زمان حال تو دنیای خودمون توی یه جنگل با محوریت گربه ها. قبایل مختلف همراه با قوانین سلحشوری. حکایت قبایل و رهبراشون منو خیلی یاد قبایل اورک ها و کتاب طلوع هورد انداخت. واقعا این کتاب ظرفیت زیادی برای یه داستان حماسی داشت. اگر به جای گربه شخصیت ها اورک بودن نیازی به تغییر در داستان نبود. شخصیت پردازی واقعا خوبی داشت. روند اتفاقات کاملا منطقی بود. و غیرکودکانه می تونم بگم. چیز مسخره یا بچه گانه ای درش ندیدم. در حالی که توقع داشتم یه داستان مناسب برای گروه سنی نه تا دوازده سال باشه. می تونم به جرات بگم جزو محدود داستانهایی بود که حس هری پاتر خوندن رو برام داشت. از خواننده 9 ساله تا 99 ساله ازش لذت می برن

  • Kai Parker
    2018-12-14 09:31

    چه بگویم در وصف این زیبایی :)خیلی کتاب نابی بود ، با داستانی نو ،‌ تجربه ای تازه.اول باید اشاره کنم که واقعا ناحقیه که این کتابو در رده سنی میدل‌گرید بذاریم!داستان کلا حال و هوای یانگ‌ادلتی داشت بیشتر .آکنده بود از هیجان. هیجانش از قیام سرخ بیشتر نباشه، کمتر نیست.شخصیت پردازیش فوق العاده بود. اصلا انتظارشو نداشتم. الان تک تک شخصیتا رو به خوبی میشناسم!ضرب‌اهنگ داستان هم کاملا مناسب و منطقی پیش میرفت.میتونم بگم‌، این قبایل و مراحل آموزش و جنگجو شدن ، به داستان حال و هوای ناروتویی خیلی قشنگی داده بود :)شخصیت مورد علاقه ام نیش‌زرد عه ، ولی خب پنجه آتشین هم حس و حال خوبی داشت :دیکلا من اینجا سخن رو کوتاه میکنم ، شما هم سریعا برید بخونید :Dاما یه نکتهدلیل اینکه ۴ دادم ضعیف بودن داستان نیستن.بلکه انتظار دارم جلدای بعدی هرکدوم بهتر از قبلی باشه و اینطوری از جلد دوم شوع کرده ، به امتیازِ هر کدوم ۲۰ صدم ، ۲۰ صدم اضافه کنم :دیترجمه‌اش رو هم تضمین میکنم که خیلی عالی و مناسب بوده! خب پس ، فعلا :D

  • Savita
    2018-12-16 08:28

    My absolute favorite series!!! I have almost all of them, and read them over and over and over and over!!! Great story to learn about the true meaning of following your heart, loyalty, and friendship.

  • Mariana Palova
    2018-11-21 02:32

    Lo amé, fue como leer a Jack London versión gatuna. Sí, es un libro para niños, pero tiene una narrativa muy salvaje y realista, cosa que me ha gustado mucho. Me encanta, y quiero seguir leyendo el resto de la saga ♥

  • Justine
    2018-12-18 03:21

    DNF 28%I thought this was really bad. Right up there with The Magic Tree House and the Rainbow Fairies in terms of quality. That said, those books have their fans, just like these do, so you might like it, but I didn't. My kids loved it for the first few chapters and then quickly got bored and never wanted to finish it.

  • Riley Redgate
    2018-12-13 10:29

    lol i was reminiscing about these and decided to revisit them and i firmly stand by my childhood decision to read absolutely all of them; they are truly addictive

  • Peacegal
    2018-12-18 06:43

    I wanted to give the Warriors books the old college try, seeing as I love both cats and animal stories. I had seen how wildly popular they are among the YA readers in my library, and I do enjoy well-written YA novels. But this one turned out to be more of a furball than a saucer of milk. Perhaps if I were fifteen years younger, I’d be devouring the Warriors books. But by now, the story contained in Into the Wild seemed trite and contrived; a watered-down version of a hundred other animal adventure tales. (The cats’ increasingly ridiculous “wild” names are enough reason to throw in the towel.) Perhaps it’s a case of too many cooks spoiling the broth: “Erin Hunter” is not an author, but rather a pseudonym for the multiple authors who churn out the series—which is more prolific than an unfixed colony of feral cats.Which brings me to another concern. Although the books are (obviously) fantasy, I was a bit concerned about the glamorization of the lives of unaltered, roaming cats. Neutering is depicted as a plague upon catdom and sterilized felines are shown as lazy, uninteresting, and stupid. When one considers the dismal chances of cats in animal shelters (and for ferals, the euthanasia rate is nearly 100%), it’s not unwise to consider the reflection of attitudes about cats in popular culture. This one’s as stale as last week’s catnip.

  • Daniel
    2018-12-01 03:45

    It was a nice change of pace to go from books about world domination, destruction and lots of deaths and suffering to something much more relaxing and laid back. And though i admit it was a bit weird to read about clans of cats fighting, talking, having vision it was quite fun. Also being a big fan of Jack London in my younger days helped quite a bit.The story is nicely written, the pacing is also quite right and the story moves at a nice clip never being boring.So dig right and ignore the mousey aftertaste :P

  • Malcolm
    2018-11-24 09:34

    This is the first in the series, I didn't read it for a long time, and then I picked it up. It was so good, I just had to keep reading it. If you don't like cats fighting, or blood described, it doesn't necessarily mean you don't have to read it, there are plenty of othergoodparts in the book, especially where Graypaw, Ravenpaw and Rusty (known as Firepaw in the book) make friends of each other. A brutal part is where Oakheart dies, but the story gets all mixed up, and eventually, drives Ravenpaw out of the ThunerClan camp!Read on to find out more of this adventurous and mystery like book!

  • Deborah Pickstone
    2018-12-07 05:28

    I really do like anthropomorphic fiction, probably set in place by that classic The Wind in the Willows which I have read so many times I could probably quote it cover to cover. Ahem! So much for not liking Fantasy, huh? I enjoyed this though I was irritated by the animals 'mewing' etc instead of just speaking. I will read more of the series.

  • Jai
    2018-11-20 05:29

    I know this is a children's book but I absolutely loved it, though a fair amount of nostalgia may have gone into that decision. This is like Game of Thrones for children, but with cats! How could it get any better? Tigerclaw is the cat-version of Iago, and I'm in love.

  • Grace Tjan
    2018-11-28 05:44

    This is my daughter Jess' review. Jess is 11.This review won the Ultimate Book Reviewer Award given by her school's Language Arts teacher. Do you ever wonder what your pet cat thinks about? Fantasy author Erin Hunter brings you this spine-tingling, action-packed, fantasy adventure novel about wild cats. Explore and experience the land from the eyes of Rusty, a common house cat that dreams about the forest and all its wonders. One fateful day, Rusty finds himself walking towards Thunderclan camp, a whole new world where wild cats fight as warriors under the warrior code. Medicine cats used their knowledge of herbs and cures to heal the wounded, and apprentices trained with their mentors to become full-fledged warriors. All this happens beneath the leader's rule, and that leader just happens to be Bluestar, the cat that Rusty met outside his house gates. Training to become a warrior of Thunderclan, Rusty now named Firepaw, must faced the dangers that lurk in his path to becoming a warrior. Once such danger is Tigerclaw, the fierce and ambitious mentor of Ravenpaw, his timid friend. With Redtail, the deputy dead, Tigerclaw claims that he saw Oakheart, the Riverclan deputy, kill him. Firepaw then proceeds to ask Ravenpaw, as he was the only cat that was there to witness the murder. Firepaw wants answers, but he know he cannot get them in Thunderclan camp, knowing that Tigerclaw will attempt to kill Ravenpaw to keep him silent. Graypaw, Firepaw's new best friend, accompanies him while escorting Ravenpaw to an abandoned barn on the moors. The characters are the reason I loved this novel. They were all described wonderfully, and each cat has different traits and personalities. They all look different too!! Fur colors range from an ordinary brown to a spectacular golden tabby fur. There are so many creative ideas put into this book, and one of them is the idea that wild cats live in big groups and depend on each other for survival. It's really, really hard to choose a favorite character out of this book, because there are so many cats to choose from. But if I really had to pick up one, I'd choose Graypaw. Who wouldn't love a stubborn, friendly gray kitty who likes to crack jokes? I also like that supportive, helpful attitude of his. He's not afraid to stand up for his friends, and he's always going to be right there next to you if you need help, though he can get a little carried away sometimes, I think he's generally a great friend to have.If fantasy and adventure novels catch your attention, then this is the book for you! It has very descriptive writing that puts images in your head, and the tension and emotions that the characters display might just give you goosebumps! To find out what happens next, you'll have to read the book!

  • haley
    2018-11-23 09:19

    This review is for the all of the Warriors books (not New Prophecy or Power of Three or Omen of the Stars- just the first and original subseries) These books were amazing. Nowadays it is very hard for me to find a book that I absolutely love. The Warriors series was able to hook me and bring me into the story. These books are about a housecat named Rusty who joins one of the four warrior clans living in the forest, Thunderclan. He makes some new friends, but is faced with a lot of prejudice because of his “kittypet”, as the clans put it, roots. The plots were very interesting and had twists and turns that kept me interested in the story. If you like fantasy, action and adventure, romance, stories about treachery and loyalty, and proving yourself, the Warriors series is for you. A note to parents: there are a few bloody fight scenes (not just in this book, but in the whole series), so I recommend to ages 11 and up. ****************************************************Because there are so MANY books in the Warriors saga, here is the list (in order) of all the books in the main arc. This does not include the Dawn of the Clans books, or the Super Editions (which can be read independently of the main books.Also, please note that you can stop reading after the sixth book in each sub-series and you won't miss anythingOrder of Books: (Warriors)Warriors 1: Into the WildWarriors 2: Fire and IceWarriors 3: Forest of Secrets Warriors 4: Rising StormWarriors 5: A Dangerous PathWarriors 6: The Darkest Hour(Warriors: New Prophecy) Warriors: New Prophecy 1: MidnightWarriors: New Prophecy 2: MoonriseWarriors: New Prophecy 3: DawnWarriors: New Prophecy 4: StarlightWarriors: New Prophecy 5: TwilightWarriors: New Prophecy 6: Sunset(Warriors: Power of Three)Warriors: Power of Three 1: The SightWarriors: Power of Three 2: Dark RiverWarriors: Power of Three 3: OutcastWarriors: Power of Three 4: EclipseWarriors: Power of Three 5: Long ShadowsWarriors: Power of Three 6: Sunrise(Warriors: Omen of the Stars) Warriors: Omen of the Stars 1: The Fourth ApprenticeWarriors: Omen of the Stars 2: Fading EchoesWarriors: Omen of the Stars 3: Night whispersWarriors: Omen of the Stars 4: Sign of the MoonWarriors: Omen of the Stars 5: The Forgotten WarriorWarriors: Omen of the Stars 6: The Last Hope

  • Adam Crossley
    2018-11-21 08:26

    Are you a cat or a dog person? If you answered cat, this book is for you!It follows the adventures of a house cat who escapes into the woods and joins a tribe a fierce wild cats who regularly engage in battles for more hunting territory. The plot has a lot about nobility and it is easy to see parallels between this story and classic stories of knights and squires such as The Knights of the Round Table. As an English teacher, I have several students who love this book and the entire series it is a part of. It is a fun and fast paced read and I would recommend it to those who are looking for a easy to read, breeze of a story.

  • kate ♚
    2018-12-01 08:38

    This is the book that started it all for me. I've always loved reading, but this is one of the first books I can really remember absolutely devouring. I believe the series isn't what it used to be after 100+ books, but this first arc and the journey we go on with Fireheart will always remain one of my favorites. I've read it countless times and never get tired of it. This book is the very first in the Warriors series by Erin Hunter. In a forest four clans of wild cats live in constant turmoil. This book focuses on ThunderClan, and an apprentice named Firepaw who joins that clan.

  • Hayden
    2018-12-03 10:30

    Ever sice I first picked it up in library last year in summer, Warriors has (and always will be) one of the best book series I have ever read. There are loads of books in this series, and there are just a couple of newly-released ones I haven't got. For my birthday, I got some more and I decided to start the series agin, just to catch up. This book seemed even better than I read it for the first time in June 2009.The first series is set in a forest, divided in to four territories, each belonging to one clan - ThunderClan, RiverClan, WindClan and ShadowClan. The main focus of the story is on ThunderClan, where there are not many warriors (cats that are tranied to defend the clan). The leader, Bluestar, accepts a 'kittypet' (house cat) into the clan named Rusty. Many of the clan cats protest against this, but Rusty still becomes an apprentice (a young cat training to be a warrior). Rusty's name therefore becomes Firepaw. He makes a best friend called Graypaw, who is also an apprentice. Before Firepaw joins ThunderClan, a ThunderClan cat called Tigerclaw murders his clans' deputy Redtail, in secret, to try and become deputy himself. But his hopes were shattered as Bluestar annouced that Lionheart would became deptuty instead. When Lionheart dies Tigerclaw gets his own way and becomes deputy. Firepaw finds out that Ravenpaw, Tigerclaw's spprentice, knew about the secret behind Redtail's death and also discovers that Tigerclaw is out to get Ravenpaw. Firepaw and Grawpaw help Ravenpaw escape to a farm beyond clan territory, where a kind cat called Barley lives. At the end of the book, Firepaw gets his warrior name: Fireheart.Trust me, I'm not that good at convincing people to do stuff, but believe me when I say that you have to read this book! Yay I wrote a long review!! (finally)

  • Sparky Lurkdragon
    2018-11-28 03:25

    Wow, this is a dumb book.My main gripe here is that these characters are not cats. Despite the grumblings about twolegs etc, they really don't think like small, semi-social predators. These are humans in cat suits: little furry Magical Native Americans (tm), or at least someone's warped view thereof. It feels like it's trying to be Watership Down with cats, but seems to fail to realize the reason why Watership Down is so awesome is because the Watership rabbits are RABBITS: they're not human, they don't think like humans, they're their own unique culture underground and have uniquely lapine problems.It almost would have been better, or at least more honest, if the characters were anthros or something, but aside from being xenofiction that doesn't put enough thought into actually being xenofic, the main character is an insufferable little Marty Stu.So much wasted potential. Kitty xenofiction has been done and done much better. If you can find it, try out The Wild Road and compare and contrast.

  • LORD90
    2018-11-22 09:19

    کتابی جالب و هیجان انگیزاول کار شاید تم داستان و شخصیتهای داستان بچه گانه به نظر بیاد اما وقتی وارد داستان میشی و پابه پای شخصیت ها داستان رو به پیش میبری میفهمی داستان ابدا بچه گانه نیسهیجانش توی ماجراجویی خاصه و اصلا خواننده رو خسته نمیکنهکتاب واقعا جالبیه