Warriors is a series of novels published by HarperCollins by authors Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, and Tui Sutherland, with the plot developed by editor Victoria Holmes, who collectively use the pseudonym Erin Hunter. The series follows the adventures of four groups of cats, called clans — the . To combat this, one cat from all four Clan's is chosen to journey and find a. The official home of Warrior Cats by Erin Hunter. Whether you want to find the latest news, content and videos, or dive into the amazing new store, this is the. Browse all of the Warriors books and other Erin Hunter titles: Seeker, Survivors and Bravelands. edition of THUNDER AND SHADOW when we needed an interesting cat for Needlepaw to meet in Also, it would be very cool if there was a super edition about him one day. It would be awesome to see him on a book cover!.

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Into the Wild book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For generations, four Clans of wild cats have shared the forest ac. Epic adventures. Fierce warrior cats. A thrilling fantasy world. It all begins here. Read the book that began a phenomenon—and join the legion of fans who have . Warrior Cats Series 1: Books [Erin Hunter] on computerescue.info *FREE* Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers editorially.

Starlight , Twilight , and Sunset from The New Prophecy, as well as the first four Omen of the Stars books, are available in an audiobook format.

A reviewer for AudioFile wrote: "Nanette Savard brings out the youth of the cats who are struggling to help their clan survive and to protect each other from outside danger. The books in the four main series have also been released in an e-book format. Whether it will be a role-playing game is unknown. Erin Hunter has stated on the official Warriors website that there is still no plan for an official video game, but if there was, it would probably be based on a movie version of the Warriors series, which was at the time not under consideration.

It was also announced that screenwriters Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger would write the screenplay for the movie. No director or release date has yet been announced for the film.

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In it, the spirit of former ThunderClan medicine cat Spottedleaf discusses her love for Firestar. In the story, the four Clans vote for a way to survive a tough winter. Every cat at the meeting votes on whether or not the Clans should work together to survive the winter.

The cats vote in favour of working together. Taking place after Bluestar's selection of Fireheart for deputy, it is about the elder Halftail, who is unhappy with the decision, and wakes the other elders to discuss it with them.

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The script was released to the public on the official site for the Warriors series. After going to a Gathering, where it is obvious all of the Clans except for ThunderClan are starving, three cats from StarClan appear to them: Brightspirit and her parents, Shiningheart and Braveheart, characters created on Wands and Worlds, a fantasy fiction forum, in memory of a year-old Warriors fan, Emmy Grace Cherry, and her parents, Dana and Jimmy Cherry, who were killed in a tornado in February Jaypaw is easily convinced, but Hollyleaf and Lionblaze are harder to win over.

Tigerclaw the large dark brown tabby tom brings the lifeless body to the Clan. Lionheart becomes the new deputy of ThunderClan. Firepaw forms a strong friendship with Graypaw, and Ravenpaw, who is the apprentice of the ambitious warrior Tigerclaw.

Firepaw finds a banished loner named Yellowfang, a skinny dark gray she-cat. After breaking the warrior code to feed her, he is required to care for her. When Bluestar, Tigerclaw, Ravenpaw, Firepaw and Graypaw go on a journey to the mystical Moonstone, located in a sacred site within an abandoned Twoleg human mine called Highstones by the Clan cats, so Bluestar can commune with StarClan, ShadowClan cats that live in the marshlands and amongst the pines of the forest attacks ThunderClan's camp.

The five cats on the journey return in time to turn the tide of the battle, during which ThunderClan's new deputy Lionheart is killed. A few days later, Spottedleaf is slaughtered and Frostfur the snow-white she-cat's kits are stolen by Brokenstar the dark brown tabby tom and his warriors.

Everyone except Firepaw and Graypaw believe that Yellowfang has betrayed the Clan. Firepaw learns from Ravenpaw that Tigerclaw killed Redtail. Searching for the kidnapped kits, Firepaw and Graypaw lead Ravenpaw to a barn where he can be safe and have company, living with a loner named Barley, short black-and-white tom.

Firepaw then leads a rescue party with Yellowfang to rescue the lost kits in ShadowClan territory and emerges victorious.

Brokenstar and his followers are banished from the Clan. Tigerclaw, still trusted by the Clan, suspects Firepaw knows his secret. Because of their heroism on the rescue party, Firepaw and Graypaw are promoted to warriors by Bluestar, who gives them their warrior names, Fireheart and Graystripe.

Yellowfang is promoted to medicine cat. Graystripe and Fireheart sit vigil, promising to protect the Clan with their lives. Style[ edit ] "Into the Wild did occasionally remind me of the Harry Potter books, both in writing style and content. Rusty forms a firm friendship with an apprentice warrior in training, more than six months old called Graypaw, a longhaired solid grey tom.


Graypaw adds the laughter to what is, when you really think about it, a rather gritty story. This friendship reminded me strongly of Harry and Ron when they first met in the Philosopher's Stone. Also, the amount of absurd names was overwhelming to the point where I wanted to kill myself.

You may have noticed that I highlighted some of the names Some awkward sentences contributed to my almost madness too. That's like trying to talk while swallowing 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?

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Like this? Or maybe like this?

Aren't you a creepy one, Cinderella's stepmother? 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.

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Why did they die? Just to 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.Best book and series in the world.

Point being: Stay away from books. StarClan is a group of the Clans' deceased ancestors who give guidance to the Clans. Boxed sets of the Warriors: He tries again, but misses once more. Brightspirit and her parents, Shiningheart and Braveheart, characters created on Wands and Worlds , a fantasy fiction forum, in memory of a year-old Warriors fan, Emmy Grace Cherry, and her parents, Dana and Jimmy Cherry, who were killed in a tornado in February

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