Into the Wild: Warriors, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Epic adventures. Fierce warrior cats. A thrilling fantasy world. It all begins here.
Listen to the book that began a phenomenon - and join the legion of fans who have made Erin Hunter's Warriors series a number-one national best seller.
For generations, four Clans of wild cats have shared the forest according to the laws laid down by their ancestors. But the warrior code has been threatened, and the ThunderClan cats are in grave danger. The sinister ShadowClan grows stronger every day. Noble warriors are dying - and some deaths are more mysterious than others.
In the midst of this turmoil appears an ordinary housecat named Rusty...who may turn out to be the bravest warrior of them all.
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 29 minutes|
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|Audible.com Release Date||October 10, 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #2,064 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#1 in Audiobooks on Cats for Children
#3 in Animal Action & Adventure for Children
#7 in Animal Fiction for Children
Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2022
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...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...
1. The writing is awful.
Excuse me? I can't see that, people.
2. It's only fights and gore.
Hate to break your bubble, but thats how cats act in real life. Humans have adapted, we don't fight anymore, but most other animals still fight each day. Most in clans too!
3. It's not for kids.
You are seriously overprotective. Like I said, animals act like that! Kids should know that. They DO know that. I'm sure your child knows that lions could kill them.
anyways, this was my rant, sorry for the bad grammer, I'm writing on a Kindle.
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.
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. However, I also enjoy the classic covers so I’ll be including both.
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. I would say something more about that and the repeating what’s going on but this is pretty much a children’s book.
Well, children through early teens but I will also say that this books is for adults. I’m 24 and still really enjoy these books.
Even remembering what was going to happen, the authors wrote this in a way to evoke emotion and to create connections quickly. I didn’t want to set this down and when I finished it, I went right on to the next book.
For what this story is, I feel like everything that happens is realistic in that world and it’s rather interesting to see the world from a cat’s point of view.
I would highly recommend to young and older audiences.
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This book is about a housecat called Rusty who wanders into the forest at the back of his yard, and is confronted by some cats which are from a group of wild cats called ThunderClan. They eventually (to Rusty's surprise) invite him to join the Clan, and he accepts. There he is made an apprentice and named Firepaw. The story follows Firepaw as he works his way to becoming a warrior.
I recommend this to ages 9+, as long as you don't mind the fact that there is blood and battles and wounds, and you will likely cry about the deaths of cats you love (Unfortunately you can have life without death).
By Eva, age 11
There are wonderful names, artwork, maps and the base concept is great. Why didn't the authors use a bit of basic cat research? Could have been fascinating. Plenty of SF and fantasy works with alien peoples who are different to humans. Instead this supposed cat series is a standard human fighter saga with a thin coat of fur.
in this kickstarting book leading to 5 more serieses, including a selection of novellas and manga, 6-month-old kitten Rusty decides to go into the wild forest nearby. he meets wild cat Graypaw, who is an apprentice in ThunderClan, a group of cats in the forest. he joins them and earns the name Firepaw. u will go nuts for the warriors serieses i promise you. ;) ;) ;)