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Into the Wild (Warriors, Book 1) Paperback – January 6, 2004
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Rusty has a fairly good life. He lives with a family of humans (or Two-legs) that love him. He gets regular feedings, even if it's yucky dry stuff. He even has his own little cat door to come in and out of. Rusty isn't content, however. He dreams of catching mice in the forest not far from his home. When a night's exploration of that forest ends with a confrontation with the wild cats that live without human interference, Rusty readily joins them and their clan. Renamed "Firepaw", the cat learns that he has dropped smack dab into the middle of a war. The clan he has joined is called ThunderClan and is ruled by the magnanimous Bluestar. Other clans like RiverClan, WindClan, and ShadowClan fight continually for dominance over a rapidly dwindling food supply. ThunderClan needs recruits like Firepaw to stay alive, and through their training the new cat is on his way to becoming a warrior. Along the way he must face hunger, dismissal, and learn some shocking truths about the animals he's agreed to join.
Hunter conjures up a well-thought out world in which cats have their own system of governance.Read more ›
I've read the first couple of the books, starting with Into the Wild, and I can see why she loves them. The characters are so well drawn that you feel like you really know them. They face real moral dilemmas and behave in complex ways. Erin Hunter does not talk down to her readers. There's humor but no silliness. Very good books.
My daughter is in fourth grade, but she reads at sixth grade level. The reading level of these books is like 5.5 or 6.0. Great for anyone 5th grade or higher, and for the advanced 4th grader.
The saga begins here with Rusty, a domestic cat (or as wild cats call them, "kittypets") who longs to be out on his own, free, eating what he kills, sleeping where he wants. One night, while exploring the nearby woods, he encounters members of ThunderClan, one of four feline tribes that struggle with each other for dominance of the area. Treated with contempt and hostility in the beginning, Rusty proves himself by fighting for ThunderClan in their war against the aggressive ShadowClan. Renamed Firepaw, he is accepted into the tribe to become one of their fiercest warriors.
This action-packed but intelligent book and subsequent volumes have delighted children, fantasy readers and cat lovers of all ages.
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This book is what got my 10 year old to finally enjoy reading! Now he can't stop and I can't buy the next book fast enough!Published 8 days ago by Rhonda A.
I like the story but it, in my opinion, is slightly confusingPublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
I discovered warriors when I was 10. Now I'm 21 and I still love them. They're truly timeless. Some are heartbreaking but they're amazing books. Great for kids and adults alike.Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
This book was action packed and full of adventure!!! I also love the plot and how the story was written!!!(:(:(:(:(:Published 14 days ago
My daughter cannot put these books down. She's always been an avid reader, but she is really hooked on these. She just finished the first series, and is moving on to the next! Read morePublished 15 days ago by Ashley
As a crazy cat lady, this book was one of my favorites. Great setting, great characters, and you feel like you're int the story with the cats.Published 15 days ago by Audra
Warriors was a very interesting book! The names were tricky at first but the characters really made it interesting. It has lots of culture about these amazing animals. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Linda
Erin Hunter is a collective artist. The Warriors series is one of the best series in the history of Children's Literature. This series is for emergent readers of 8 and up. Read morePublished 22 days ago by T. Lee
Love it! Good reading for grown ups too. I will finish all of these books. You should read the 1st book and desiderata fore yourself.Published 22 days ago by C. Shillig