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A Dangerous Path (Warriors Series #5)

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32 out of 34 people found this review helpful.

I luv books

My friend made me read the first Warrior book, and immediately, I was hooked! I read the entire first series after that, but this one i smy favorite in the series. With lots of secrets and action, this book is by far the best of the first series! I highly reccomend it!

posted by 5981323 on December 26, 2011

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16 out of 25 people found this review helpful.

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The fifth book of the Warriors series, Warriors: A Dangerous Path by Erin Hunter is a departure from the rest. The series is based on four Clans of cats that live in a forest. They frequently struggle for things like land and power, so that the forest never seems to b...
The fifth book of the Warriors series, Warriors: A Dangerous Path by Erin Hunter is a departure from the rest. The series is based on four Clans of cats that live in a forest. They frequently struggle for things like land and power, so that the forest never seems to be restful for them. For example, ShadowClan used to have an evil, treacherous leader that pushed WindClan out of their land so that their cats could have more food. A more recent issue was when Tigerclaw tried to murder his way into leading his own Clan, which simply left him in exile. ShadowClan was reeling from the loss of two consecutive leaders, and Tigerclaw became Tigerstar when they accepted him as their leader. The main character in this story is a cat named Fireheart, of ThunderClan. He seems to be the epitome of honesty within a world of scheming lunatics. The warrior code, a sacred set of rules followed by all honorable warriors, was a good example of this. ¿The warrior code said that a Clan leader's orders should be obeyed without question. Until now, Fireheart had always accepted that. (pg. 128)¿ One day, he stopped by to talk to Bluestar (the mentally unstable Clan leader) and when he saw her, ¿His heart twisted with pity for her and fear for the rest of his Clan. (pg. 22)¿ Fireheart is a very passionate cat he cares about his Clan, their safety, and their leader. Fireheart believes that Tigerstar is planning some plot to destroy all of ThunderClan, Tigerstar's former Clan. He can't seem to find sufficient evidence to prove it to anyone except himself. It also feels as though there is an unspoken evil surrounding the forest. Later, it is found that this unimaginable threat is a pack of wild, bloodthirsty hunting dogs. Meanwhile, Bluestar thinks that StarClan (the warrior ancestors above that control almost all life) is holding a war with ThunderClan, along with her suspicions of WindClan hunting on ThunderClan territory. ¿'Yes ¿ I see it all!' she spat. 'WindClan have been hunting on our territory (pg. 91).'¿ Longtail comes back to the ThunderClan camp, looking extremely disheveled. He tells Fireheart that he has found the pack. They discover that ¿Tigerstar has laid a trail straight back to the camp (pg. 284)¿. The Clan must evacuate their own camp as a small group of warriors carry out a daring plan to divert the dogs and trick them so that they fall into a raging river. The plan does not go perfectly, and Bluestar ends up sacrificing herself for the well-being of her Clan. Fireheart then learns that Bluestar finally realized that her Clan was not a bunch of traitors, as she had thought before. This book was all right, but it was much too sad.

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