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Into the Wild (Warrior Cats, Book 1)
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
on 24 October 2005
This book is the best book I have ever read in my entire life. I am 13 years old and I have read all the books in the series including the New Prophecy. I would recomend this book to anyone as it is so gripping and adventourous. As you read through the book you'll fall in love with the brave Firepaw, the determined Bluestar, the daring Graystripe and all the other adorable characters who all turn your world around.
Everyday I cant wait for bedtime as that is when I read the book. I asked myself how could this book be any better than the fantastic Harry Potter and Jaqeuline Wilson, but when I read this book my world turned upside down. Since then I have got both my 8 year old brother and mum into these books!! so please try and read this fantastic book and its sequels.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
If ever a series of books deserved the 7-70 accolade then this is the one (mind you the 7 year old is a brilliant reader). Everyone in the household has read them. If you struggle to get connected with 'Into the Wild' then hang in there, before you know it you'll be racing through the pages. And these books just keep getting better and better. Be warned though - plenty of tissues are needed, not for saccharine sorrows but for full-blooded heartache. Absolutely superb.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
This is the best series I have ever read - and that includes even the wonderful Harry Potter. I have just finished Rising Storm, and I can't wait to recieve A Dangerous Path. I would give them INFINITY STARS if that was an option. I love the way that Erin Hunter writes, I feel like I am actuallty there with Thunderclan in the heart of the forest. I have always loved cats, especially wild cats, so these books are perfect. They have something for everyone - they are exciting, adventurous and imaginative but also it is how wild cats live. Buy these books or you will have missed out on the treat of a lifetime!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I have to admit, I rarely find books about cats that keep me entertained but this one did it easily. Reading Into the Wild was one of the best reads of my life. It's sort of along the lines of Varjak Paw or The Wild Road. I do like the way the book concentrates on the cats' emotions as well as actions. I also like all the twists and secrets that pass through the different cat Clans throughout the story.
My favourite characters would have to be the aprentices - younger cats training to be warriors - although some of things Dustpaw and Sandpaw say, to Firepaw, Greypaw and Ravenpaw, make me want to jump into the book and give them a good yelling at.
I don't like Tigerclaw at all and I don't trust him even the slightest bit more than Firepaw does.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 27 April 2010
I've been struggling to find something - anything - that my sons' would read. Notoriously boys don't read as much as they should and invariably if you can get them to read it's fact, not fiction, they prefer. However! I've cracked it. I have two sons' - my eldest (aged 10)loves these books and can't stop talking about them - he even plays on the website dedicated to the Warrior Cats. My youngest (aged 9)has taken to the Manga series of these books in a really big way. "Manga" for those people who aren't familiar with the term is comic book style, with speech bubbles. I highly recommend these series. There seems to be the right blend of adventure, daring and peril to keep my sons' interested and it's been a very long time since I heard them ask to go to bed early because they're "up to a good bit" or talk about characters in a book as much as they have over the last fortnight. It does my heart good to listen to them discussing their favourite cat, who they think is the best and what might happen next. I've sent off for the next 4 books in the first traditional series and the next 5 in the manga series but I'm concerned these may not see us through the fortnights holiday we've got planned! I'm a very pleased mum at the moment.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 28 August 2005
A brilliant book to get and a great present for kids who you dont know what books they like. I was waiting for the post every day when i was ordering the following books. Surpisely unknow, yet i would say just as good or if not better than any book i've (And no i'm not an adult who go's around reading kids book but a flesh and blood kid) I dont know if grown us would like this book but i hope they do because it's GREAT when you do!!!!!!!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
There are some books your read where you simply never forget your first experience of them: Harry Potter and Northern Lights spring to mind here. I've read plenty of great stuff since then, but it's been a long time since I felt so pulled in to the world that it felt painful to pull myself out of it again.
Erin Hunter's debut novel of this series reminded what that felt like all over again. The world of the clan cats isn't as sprawling or complex as the universes of Harry Potter or Lyra's alternate world, but there's such a charm, a real sense of atmosphere, and such a grounded setting, that you can't helped but be sucked in to Firepaw's adventures, and in practically one sitting I lapped it up (sorry). it's like you're there with Firepaw all the time, and you too are being accepted into clan life.
It's got it's flaws: there are a lot of characters, and it can get a bit confusing at times (I must add, however, that this feeling lessens throughout the series as you learn properly about each character). And, as exciting as this new world can be, a fair bit of time is often lent to the day-to-day actions of working for the clan: hunting, building the den, etc. it can get tedious now and then but, I suppose, it just adds to the realism.
But, if anything, these flaws only add to the overall character of the book. I can't recommend this highly enough; I've already picked up book 2!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Wow- The warrior series is great- I find myself falling in love with the characters all over again whenever I read these books. Into the w

Wild tells the story of Rusty- an adventurous kittypet who longs for a life in the wild. A chance meeting with the wise and noble BlueStar( leader of Thunder Clan)leaves Rusty as Firepaw- Thunder Clan Apprentice. Together with his new friend Greypaw he must learn to respect the Warrior Code and learn to hunt and fight.But life in the forest is full of dangers, with muder, mystery, love, action and adventure filling every chapter to the brim. There is also an element of magic, as the 4 clans( thats Thunder Clan , River Clan, Wind Clan and the dark Shadow Clan) seek guidance from Star Clan. Join Firepaw and Greystripe on their journey to become warriors- as they unearth terrible secrets......

As a 12 year old, I adore these books. They aren't the most challenging reads, but that and their fast- paced style is why they appeal. Read and enjoy!- trust me here- the Warrior Cats are the best books for a 11-14 yr old animal lover out there. P.S- IN THE u.k, most have not yet been published, so buy of Amazon!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Warroir cats are -nearly, harry potter is a 5 star too-the best books ever!!! Really! I bought this one just because it was about cats,and i didnt think to high of it. But then i read the first page- and was emidiatly stuck to it!! Into the wild is the first book and its about Rusty, a housecat(kittypet they call it)who longs for a adventurus life. One day Bluestar- leader of ThunderClan- invites him into her clan, and he gets an apprentisname: Firepaw. He gets to learn the Clan ways and to hunt and fight along with his friends Greypaw and Ravenpaw, who carries a dangerus secret...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 7 February 2009
If you want to dive in a world of cats this is the book.
Into the wild is so exiting, I couldn't put it down and I couldn't wait for the next book: Fire and Ice. If you read this book I'me sure you would feel the same.
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