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Fire and Ice (Warriors, Book 2) Paperback – June 1, 2004
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Lisa Prolman, Greenfield Public Library, MA
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Top Customer Reviews
Not too long after Fireheart and Graystripe become warriors they get their first apprentices. Cinderpaw is Fireheart's apprentice, young, and energetic. When Cinderpaw gets hurt so badly that she may never be an apprentice, both cats are heart broken. But was her injury an accident or did someone want her to get hurt?
There are separate loyalties in this book unlike Book One. Graystripe has fallen in love with a RiverClan cat. That is breaking the warrior code, which puts him and his clan on the line. Fireheart has caught up with his kitty pet sister and sees her when he can. Princess, his sister, gives him one of her own to be a member of ThunderClan. Will the young clan member obey by the warrior code or will the clan not accept him for who he is?
Cat lovers, good readers, and both girls and boys would like this book. It would be best if you read Warrior I Into the Wild, first because you will understand it and enjoy it even more.
Is it true that Graystripe has fallen in love with a she-cat in Riverclan, but isn't that against the warrior code? Not to fall in love with a cat from a different clan of yours? Fireheart tries to keep Graystripe away from Silverstream so he doesn't get himself in big trouble. Fireheart also runs into a kitty pet that he has known for his whole life. With bringing a new little bundle to the clan, Thunderclan doesn't accept this new commer. They start to lose trust in Fireheart. Fireheart tries to keep close with his clan and also trying to get his best friend out of trouble. Can he do it all at once, or is he going to lose a friendship between Graystripe while his clan could never trust him again?
The one thing that seemed out of phase with feline character was the "romance" they had going in this book. The "Romeo and Juliet" theme might have been interesting, but doesn't seem to work with cats, since I can't imagine cats bonding to each other the way wolves or swans do. If you can keep your suspension of disbelief going through it, you will enjoy this book.
I am over 30, but I still enjoy a god fantasy novel!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is a proud book to be warriors.
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Warriors is a fantastic book series. Although cats can't do what the cats in Warriors do ,cats in real life always seem more than than just a lazy creature sunning its self. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shelby Peschel
Guess I'm young at heart, but I have enjoyed this book! Full of surprises, and keeps you wondering what will happen next!Published 1 month ago by tebb23
These were some of my daughter's favorite books when she was young, and she recommended them to all her friends.. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bookwyrm
My daughter who is 11 loves the series of books. I cant really comment on this one book other than as a part of the series. Nothing vulgar has come up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This was a good book because it seemed like real cats actions. I watched my cat after reading this and realized how Arin Hunter captures the real mannerisms of cats.Published 1 month ago by creation17024
I would recommend this book to people who likes wars or political wars, or if you have read Wings of Fire, or books with animals. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Harinath R Rajupet