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Into the Wild is a fantasy novel written by Erin Hunter after concepts and outlines created and developed by Victoria Holmes. The novel was published by HarperCollins in Canada and the United States in January , and in the United Kingdom in February It is the first novel in the Warriors series. . Into the Wild begins with a battle a forest between the cats of outnumbered. Main article, Allegiances, Gallery, Characters, Cliffnotes. 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.


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file:///H:/E-Books/E/Erin%20Hunter/Erin%20Hunter%20% INTO THE WILD Shocked yowls rose from the Clan cats and echoed through. Into the Wild (Warrior Cats) [Erin Hunter] on resourceone.info *FREE* shipping on customer reviews. Book 1 of 6 in the Warriors: The Prophecies Begin Series. 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 .

The basic plot is Rusty who is a kittypet,joins a forest clan called Thunderclan. He learns to be a warrior and defend his clan while discovering a treacherous foe.

It was overall a nice introduction to the Warriors franchise. I would give this book 4 stars because it just wasn't as good as other books in the franchise.

It does take a while to get used to all of the cat names and that, but really, Warriors goes down into a deeper level, addressing racism and that with kittypets and rogues. The first few chapters are slow, but it is very good. I really liked this book. I love cats, and I love the book! This has a lot of lessons in it, like friendship.

I read "Into the Wild" thinking it was going to be awesome, but I was wrong. So basically, "Into the Wild" is about a cat named Rusty who joins "ThunderClan" he has a bunch of responsibilities, such as learning to become a warrior and hunting and all of that. I know many people love this book.

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I think it is overrated. I am not that interested in reading about a bunch kitty-cats with silly names fighting over borders and killing each other. Not much happens in the book either, And the things that are kind of important only last a chapter. This book simply lacks excitement.

If you do enjoy this book, this doesn't mean you can't like Warriors. By the way, If you are looking for a good book, you should really read "the Lord of the Rings" It is outstanding!

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Erin Hunter is a collective artist. The Warriors series is one of the best series in the history of Children's Literature. This series is for emergent readers of 8 and up.

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If you are a parent and worry about the content you're children are reading: I applaud you! A lot of books that seem to be written for children are quite graphic.

The graphic nature of the Warriors books does not exceed cat fights and cats that might breed with different fathers to their kits. This is actually true to nature and does not go into details of a sexual nature, yet stays in the context of reproduction. The cats have different clans and resemble Native American culture quite closely, which, being half Native myself, I was delighted to discover.

This is an incredible series that even adults can enjoy along with their kids or alone. A Modern Watership Down. I can't believe I'm sitting here writing a review on a book about cats, but after finishing this six-part series, I felt compelled to share my thoughts, as I couldn't get enough.

Erin Hunter has managed to create a compelling world with richly-detailed characters and fleshed out plots that fill every emotion- happiness, sadness, loyalty, diversity, mourning, grief, revenge, and friendship. Despite being children's fiction, the themes and stories have many adult elements for reader's of all ages I'm a thirty year old guy who unabashedly loves his pets with a story on the level of Watership Down.

You become passionate about the characters and their tribulations, and are heartbroken by the not infrequent deaths from warring clans or nature.

I bought this book as light bedtime reading, and quickly purchased the remaining five. I honestly couldn't put it down and if you're looking at this, I'm confident you won't be able to either.

Now that it's over, I'm so happy that I've got about 20 other books in the series to read. The reason why these ppl are writing horrible reviews because of all the compicated things pple put into these books. They write a part and let the next person in the team write the rest.

They instead of putting "Graypaw lingered at the edge of the clearing moving his tail only slightly so he would not be noticed among his rivals" they will write "graypaw lingered at the edge of the clearing Graypaw moved his tail only slihghtly so Graypaw would not be noticed among Graypaws rivals" sothat they are specific on who thet are writing about so that they wont make a mistake like " Graypaw?

Firepaw turned his head at the sound of his name Sandpaw Mewed again Graypaw? Dustpaaw flinched. Its reaally a very thought through story that grabs you into the warriors world. Its a suspensful page turning book that ends in an exiting cliff hanger when you reach the end of every chapter. To be honest i cried when Rusty ripped his old life in half and developed the courage of a warrior. I hope you will buy this book im so happy so many people did. As i ten year old fifth grader i think this review can give people the idea that this book is fit for everyone.

I gave this a onestar review so it wouldnt be lost among the milions of five stars if it was an option this book would have a six star shout out from meh I actually didn't know what I was getting when I bought this series. My son told me about it, so I decided to try it.

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Especially since I am an avid reader! I honestly couldn't stop turning pages! And found myself reading whenever I had a second to spare It's an interesting, fun book, in my opinion.

If you love cats, it's a plus. Try the first one, you may find yourself hooked, like I was. Samantha Top Contributor: Fantasy Books. I have to get into an un-biased mindset, or at least try too. I really love the new covers, so much so that I want to buy the books I already have just to get those new covers.

I love having the lists of different cats and the maps, the only thing I have a small problem with is the names being overly repeated. Well, children through early teens but I will also say that this books is for adults. Even remembering what was going to happen, the authors wrote this in a way to evoke emotion and to create connections quickly.

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Warriors Box Set:When Kipling wrote his story of the rhinoceros with the itchy skin, rhino numbers stood The narration stays with Firepaw until the next series, Warriors: The New Prophecy , in which the point of view alternates between cats since the authors felt that "we'd really told Firestar's story, and so we wanted to get a fresh viewpoint".

Tigerclaw, still trusted by the Clan, suspects Firepaw knows his secret. Rusty looked at Smudge. Maddie from Rohan!! I love them, but a little violent, but after you get used to it's okay. Not much happens in the book either, And the things that are kind of important only last a chapter. And for you, ignorants who can't accept other people's opinions better known as "trolls" , why don't you go read one of the many thousands of 5 star reviews instead of coming to criticize an opinion that's obviously different to yours?