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Into the Wild (Warriors Series #1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

87 out of 114 people found this review helpful.

*~Into the Wild~*

Into the Wild, a great book that intorduces the clan cats. ThunderClan, leader: Bluestar; RiverClan, leader: Crookedstar; WindClan, leader: Tallstar; and ShadowClan, leader: Brokenstar. The book is a great way to meet all the characters and explore the world of warriors...
Into the Wild, a great book that intorduces the clan cats. ThunderClan, leader: Bluestar; RiverClan, leader: Crookedstar; WindClan, leader: Tallstar; and ShadowClan, leader: Brokenstar. The book is a great way to meet all the characters and explore the world of warriors! It starts out a great series and begins a journey with the four Clans.

*~Scarheart~*

posted by --Scarheart-- on April 3, 2010

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Most Helpful Critical Review

53 out of 63 people found this review helpful.

Really Good Book!

Imagine being cared for with food in your belly 24/7, a warm place to sleep, and not a worry in the world. Imagine if all that was taken away and you had to fend for yourself, find food and sleep in the wilderness. What would you do? This is all a reality for Rusty, a d...
Imagine being cared for with food in your belly 24/7, a warm place to sleep, and not a worry in the world. Imagine if all that was taken away and you had to fend for yourself, find food and sleep in the wilderness. What would you do? This is all a reality for Rusty, a domestic cat who finds a band of cats in the wild and foolishly joins them in the book Warriors: into the Wild by Erin Hunter.
The book is about Rusty who lived a comfortable life. That was, until he ventured outside the fence that separated him from the outside world. He accidentally stumbled upon a band or clan of wildcats. He picks a fight with Graypaw, a Thunderclan apprentice and learns that these cats aren't as vicious as his cat neighbor, Smudge, told him they would be. Rusty learns about the four clans that roam the forest, and how each one works. Later, Rusty is invited into the clan. When he becomes part of the clan, he learns that clan cats don't accept domestic cats very often. In fact, they call domestic cats kittypets.
I personally enjoyed the book. The characters are unique in everyway. They tend to act human like, so it's easy to comprehend feelings from these felines. My favorite part was when Rusty and Graypaw first meet and have a little "cat fight". I believe kids 10 and up will enjoy this book if they enjoy adventure, suspense and animals.
Will Rusty ever get accepted? Will he go back to his home? Find out in Warriors: into the Wild by Erin Hunter.

posted by 6900794 on January 31, 2011

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