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Warriors: The New Prophecy Box Set: Volumes 1 to 6

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

10 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

Amazing book series

I have been a book lover for as long as I can remember. When my son was born, I delved into a new genre of books - childrens books. I have always wanted him to share my passion for reading. Until this series, he's only moderately read - mostly to satisfy school requi...
I have been a book lover for as long as I can remember. When my son was born, I delved into a new genre of books - childrens books. I have always wanted him to share my passion for reading. Until this series, he's only moderately read - mostly to satisfy school requirements. Now, though, my child cannot get enough! He loves this series and saves his allowance so he can buy the next series. I am so thankful to the author for writing books that have grabbed my child!

posted by Mom-From-Memphis on March 13, 2009

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

It was alright...

I'll give you all the negatives and positives of this entire series.
Positive: It kept you on the edge of your seat (at the end). Good for kids under the age of 10.

Nagatives: What I'd say about this whole series is that it was way too dramatic. Sure, us humans ha...
I'll give you all the negatives and positives of this entire series.
Positive: It kept you on the edge of your seat (at the end). Good for kids under the age of 10.

Nagatives: What I'd say about this whole series is that it was way too dramatic. Sure, us humans have problems but really; cats?! These cats are going through stuff that happens to people in MOVIES. Theres betrayal, sadness, love, danger, and a cat heaven?! I'd just say the author tried too hard. If I was supposed to be writing a story about cats, I would just quit. You cant get anything out of it!!! You cant put in emotion, because it sounds stupid, you cant put in pain (unless its physical), and you cant put in betrayal, because HOW on EARTH can cats betray one another?! If the author wanted to put emotions and FEELING into the book, she did a very bad job of it because she makes the cat look like a human!!! They "talk" to each other, they are surprisingly organized, they have a time and a place for eating, they have something like a cat government, they have "rules" and "schools" (with tutors) and they even have something like a "doctor"!! Its ridiculous!! The author makes them sound like an everyday average human being. She definitely tried WAY too hard...

posted by Navygirl1223 on August 6, 2010

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  • Posted August 6, 2010

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    It was alright...

    I'll give you all the negatives and positives of this entire series.
    Positive: It kept you on the edge of your seat (at the end). Good for kids under the age of 10.

    Nagatives: What I'd say about this whole series is that it was way too dramatic. Sure, us humans have problems but really; cats?! These cats are going through stuff that happens to people in MOVIES. Theres betrayal, sadness, love, danger, and a cat heaven?! I'd just say the author tried too hard. If I was supposed to be writing a story about cats, I would just quit. You cant get anything out of it!!! You cant put in emotion, because it sounds stupid, you cant put in pain (unless its physical), and you cant put in betrayal, because HOW on EARTH can cats betray one another?! If the author wanted to put emotions and FEELING into the book, she did a very bad job of it because she makes the cat look like a human!!! They "talk" to each other, they are surprisingly organized, they have a time and a place for eating, they have something like a cat government, they have "rules" and "schools" (with tutors) and they even have something like a "doctor"!! Its ridiculous!! The author makes them sound like an everyday average human being. She definitely tried WAY too hard...

    1 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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