Warriors: Into the Wild REVIEW

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Warriors: Into the Wild REVIEW

George H., Reporter

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Warriors: Into the Wild by Erin Hunter is a book about a house cat named Rusty who is curious about life in the forest. He has heard stories of fearsome wild cats who live in the forest from neighboring cats. He decides to leave his home to the forest, where he meets Graypaw, and is invited to join the clan cats. The two become great friends and go on several quests and adventures later on. This book is quite enjoyable because of its originality and suspenseful moments.

Warriors does have violence at parts, there are many deaths throughout the series and serious injuries. Some deaths may not be suitable for people who are faint of heart. According to Plugged in, there could be a connection to modern gang violence. “The cats’ survival system (being in clans, killing each other, preying on smaller animals, etc.) may be considered somewhat reminiscent of gang warfare in our society.”

The book is 288 pages long, so it’s not too short or too long. There are over 30 other books, and they’re all worth reading. There are 6 main series, each following different characters on their adventures.

Cat lovers and adventure seekers should definitely check out this book. The unique stories and ideas along with the elaborate characters and events could even make even the most hardcore book haters reconsider. Well, what are you waiting for? Get to reading!

Warriors cover image is used under Fair Use

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