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Warriors: Tales from the Clans (Warriors Novella) Paperback – November 4, 2014
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How did Tigerclaw go from exiled warrior to ShadowClan leader?
Which StarClan cats helped shield Leafpool's secret from ThunderClan?
What happened to Dovewing's powers after the great battle with the Dark Forest?
Discover more untold stories from the warrior Clans in these three gripping tales—together in print for the first time!
About the Author
Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. In addition to having great respect for nature in all its forms, Erin enjoys creating rich mythical explanations for animal behavior. She is also the author of the bestselling Seekers and Survivors series.
Wayne McLoughlin studied art at San Diego State University and has worked as a writer and illustrator for such magazines as Esquire and National Lampoon. His books for children include Fireflies, by Alice Hoffman, Here is the Wetland, by Madeleine Dunphy (both Hyperion), and Loch, by Paul Zindel. He lives with his wife and daughter in Bellows Falls, Vermont.
Top Customer Reviews
Tigerclaw's story was for sure the highlight for me. It opened up some kind of empathy for him. He is one of the most clever of cats but it's a pity he misused his strengths.
Leafpool's story was also quite interesting. Although I notice new lingo in this one. I also liked that Yellowfang was the one to help out Leafpool. Although *SPOILER FOR BRAMBLESTAR'S STORM* I had a feeling she lied about Squirrelflight being barren. It was for the best.
Great book overall. Short and sweet stories that fill you in on some unique characters. Would recommend to any Warriors or cat fan.
First off, I'll focus on Tigerclaw's Fury. I wasn't expect to like this story because, I dislike it when someone refuses to admit they were in the wrong. However, that made me want to acknowledge my own mistakes. Still, this was the best story even though, I was left in near constant confusion. I thought that this novella took place after Forest of Secrets. Why is Clawface is still alive?
In addition, I found two things to like. The first thing is how Deerstep was the one character that I liked. For someone who came off as ungrateful at first, he had the sense to distrust Tigerlaw. If you know someone has never done a bit of good and they appear to be nice, they should be looking suspicious. (Even though I try not to be one of those people who treat every stranger as a threat, I know that there are times when you shouldn't be so trusting.)
The second thing is the scene where Tigerclaw had to watch the fire raze through ThunderClan's camp. It was the fact that he had to watch Fireheart rescue his kitten because, he was supposed to be in exile. I liked seeing him kind of having a soft side. That's saying a lot because, if you're not supposed to have a villain being nice and being sincere about it in a children's book. However, Tigerclaw was a bit ungrateful, though.
Next, I'll be focusing on Leafpool's Wish.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good condition. It still had library stickers on it so I peeled them off. Other than that, good condition and good stories within. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Grandson collects these. He loves them. As a librarian, I recommend them as a good read for young adults.Published 2 months ago by Debra Crosby