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Warriors-Outcast (Power of Three)
Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2008
I was a little disappointed. This booked seemed to lack the fire, excitement and originality previous books in the `Warriors' series had. But following `Dark River' almost anything would seem dull. Nevertheless, I'll buy the next book just to see where it goes. I'll follow it to the end. I'm hooked. I'm grateful to the whole series. My 10 year old granddaughter has devoured the series from `Into the Wild' through `Outcast'. She has read all 15 books in the `Warriors' series, plus two supplemental books `Firestar's Quest' and `Secrets of the Clans' in six months and is waiting anxiously for the next book. Prior to her reading `Into the Wild' she wasn't much of a reader. Now she reads everything she can get her hands on including other books and even granny's Reader Digest. Any book under 200 pages seems small to her; when before it would have seemed like a monumental task to read. If you are new to the series, begin with `Warriors-Into the Wild'. If you want to get a young reader (girl or boy) hooked on reading this is an excellent series to begin with.