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Warriors Box Set (Warriors #1-6)

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The first story arc in the #1 nationally bestselling epic warrior cat series is now available in a beautiful box set.
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Published October 9th 2007 by HarperCollins (first published January 1st 2005)
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Wilhelmina Jenkins
Jul 21, 2011 Wilhelmina Jenkins rated it it was amazing
This is the set of six books that begins a long list of "Warrior" books. I read "Into The Wild" with the Children's Books group here on Goodreads, enjoyed it, and gave it to my then-8-year-old grandson who promptly fell in love with the series. As he finished each book, he loaned it to me and I was captivated as well. For me, these key to these books is that they are and are not about cats. The characters in the books are cats and their behavior is that of cats in the way that they move, hunt fo ...more
Nicole Anderton
Jun 13, 2014 Nicole Anderton rated it it was amazing
I might be a college graduate but the Warriors series are my all-time favorite books. There is just something about them that makes me keep coming back for more.
This was a series that I debated on reading for the longest time. There were just so...many...books. It seemed like a daunting journey to embark upon. That and I wasn't sure about the whole cast of feline characters. I mean I'm a HUGE cat lover, but I wasn't sure how reading a book from a cat's perspective was going to go. I have never been more happy to let go of my hangups and just give it a try. Within the first pages I knew this was going to be an amazing adventure. And I wasn't wrong. These ...more
Matthew Price
Mar 08, 2013 Matthew Price rated it really liked it
The Warrior Cats series is about four clans of cats: Shadowclan, Thunderclan, Windclan, and Riverclan. It was published by Harper Collins. Though this book series is a very long one that will take up a lot of time, it’s worth it. Theres always a plot twist, or a sudden shocking moment. One moment there’s a peaceful gathering, the next there’s a huge battle going on. The first book of this huge series was published in 2003. Over 16 billion of them have been sold in a total, and no doubt the numbe ...more
Volsung Longsword
Mar 10, 2014 Volsung Longsword rated it really liked it
An absolutely wonderfu experience it was to read these books. They are insughtful and most importantly they are repreent everything a humnhas to face, in this, perhaps, coincidental metaphor. The world created it full of imagination! The clans, the traitors, the way the author invents this world full of idiosyncraticies. I read this book a long time ago but I remember many things: that I adored them. They are very inspiring and I remember dreaming about becomin a leader and eventually Firestar. ...more
Warriors is a series about wild cats, fighting to survive in the wild. I've been reading these books since I was young so while they hold a special place in my heart, I have to say that reading it nowadays the books' plot has run rather dry. The series is split up into four arcs (and I believe there's a fifth and final one coming later this year.)

Keep in mind that this is a review for the first arc as a whole.

Plot --- ** --- We've seen it all before. Good vs Evil. There's no real 'twists' or 'tu
Apr 24, 2011 Pure rated it it was amazing
Who would have thought that a book about cats would be so interesting? The writing is mightily simple with very few descriptions, but the style in which it was written had SOMETHING that kept me hooked to every single word. No, wait, that was the story.

Erin Hunter (who turns out to be the alias for the series' TWO authors) writes about the life of wild cats. No, not lions, or tigers, but actual cats that live in four Clans. The story is written from a single cat's point of view, talking about ho
Sep 26, 2015 Attila rated it really liked it
Shelves: animals
I got the Original Series around my 15th birthday, and it quickly became one of the favourites of my mid-teen years. I know, some people may say that it is for younger children, but... who cares what is for younger children? I loved it and it was a great experience that changed me in many ways. Riveting, mystical, original. The only series I've written fanfic about, or roleplayed about.

Favourite book: A Dangerous Path, The Darkest Hour.
Nov 14, 2015 Debra rated it it was amazing
Shelves: cats
I loved this series. I read it hoping to find a voice or direction for the cat character in my WIP book and I ended up hooked on the series, as only a "Cat Lady" would. I came away a lot more knowledgeable about children's literature and I had a fun time doing it. I would recommend this to any child and would be a wonderful series for a parent, aunt, uncle or grandparent to read to a child. You will love them.
Sep 17, 2015 Lindsey rated it it was amazing
Great cats of Starclan, this is my favorite book series. I read it in 3rd grade, and currently in 8th grade I still walk around shipping cats with other cats and wanted to be a warrior. It's amazing how a book series such as this one changes you perspective on life. I call people twoleggers now and think of my dogs as kittypets. 5/5 stars for an incredible series.
Chris Moon
Sep 05, 2011 Chris Moon rated it it was ok
There are A+ moments in this series (notably in the first 2 books, and in the last), but never has the need to crank out filler been so apparent. The cooperative entity known as Erin Hunter function machine-like to create a methodical animal talking teen drama that is throughout the majority of the series nearly as annoying as teen drama is in real life. I am honestly too forgiving of talking animal fantasy, but everything worthwhile in this series could be distilled down to two books, the rest ...more
Eitak Snave
Jun 02, 2015 Eitak Snave rated it it was amazing
Some of the best books ever. Started these in 2007 I think, when I was a freshman in high school! Wow, that was a while ago already! I love these so much though and still to this day re-read them over and over. Can't wait to get all the new ones!
Oct 19, 2012 Mindy rated it it was amazing
Shelves: childrens-books
Very cute. I am surprised that most of the books are really well written. Few strings are left untied, and the characters' thoughts and feelings are generally fairly deep and realistic. The books do seem to stray a bit from the main plot; it seems the authors invented new twists just so they could write whole new books and keep the series going. Also, the books are written by three different people, and I can tell. The third and sixth were my favorites, earning 5 stars and making me really, real ...more
Mar 10, 2016 Alexandra rated it really liked it
I remember reading and rereading Into the Wild, I read the whole series and really lived it at the time. I'm sure the writing would seem juvenile to me now in some ways but I can't wait to buy every single book for my boys
Sep 28, 2014 Calico rated it it was amazing
I love this series so much. I think a lot of negative feedback comes from people expecting an elaborate YA bestseller type series, which it is not. It's a children's fantasy book about cats. The writing is simple.
Sabrina Wannet
Jan 05, 2015 Sabrina Wannet rated it it was amazing
This serie is very great, i like the way it has been writen and I keep reading it. the story keeps holding me and everytime i'm reading it it holds me in its power.
William Robinson
Dec 30, 2014 William Robinson rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
A phenomenal series for those who enjoy anthropomorphized cats with claws, territory disputes, politics, and religion. Word to the wise: do not read past these 6 books.
Mar 20, 2014 Charlie rated it really liked it
A wonderful children's series. The writing greatly reflects the age of the audience it was intended for, but the stories are heartfelt and engaging.
Gabi MacNaughton
Feb 05, 2016 Gabi MacNaughton rated it really liked it
I read these so long ago!! I was literally OBSESSED with them in 5th or 4th grade and i recommend them to all people in those 2 grades!
Devin Guptill
Sep 01, 2014 Devin Guptill rated it it was amazing
Warriors 1-6 was my favorite books. I found that Tigerstar's treachery was fascinating and the way Erin hunter made the story with cats (my favorite animal) and adventure was amazing because those things are my Favorite things to see in books.
Mar 08, 2014 Koa rated it it was amazing
Very interesting and its a good idea that younger readers can understand, cats fighting and living by themselves in the forest.
Jun 06, 2011 Alx rated it it was amazing
The warriors is about the main character Rusty who meets forest cats. His friend Smudge had warned him about them, but the was prepared and fought one. Even though he lost the battle, a Clan leader cat came out of nowhere and asked him to join her clan. When he joined the clan his name got changed to (view spoiler). His name was a symbol that he has joined the clan and he had to train hard or else the forest cats will look down on him and think of him as still a pet. A wa ...more
Jun 30, 2014 Juliaingledew0923 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: best-books
Amazing! I love them because I've always wondered what my cats Snowball and Daisy do when they slip out for the night.
Jul 29, 2015 neko rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: all children
childhood deserves 5 stars. was emotionally invested in whole clans of imaginary cats. hated two-legs.
Nov 21, 2014 Warrior rated it it was amazing
this seriesis the worlds best books ever. cats fighting inthe wild andhunting in the wild
Jun 20, 2014 Michelle rated it it was amazing
This is one of my favorite series, they are so simple and engaging and I recommend them to anyone
Mar 27, 2014 Georgia rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone who loves cats and suspense
i read ALL warriors books. i love this series. and if you dont know this is the frist series!
I really need to reread these. I was quite obsessed with them growing up.
Dec 10, 2014 Kristen rated it it was amazing
Loved the series so so much! Currently reading the second series
Sep 14, 2014 Alexandra rated it liked it
Yes, I did read warriors. When I was eleven i did in fact enjoy it.
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Erin Hunter is the pseudonym of five people: Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, Tui T. Sutherland, Gillian Phillips, and Inbali Iserles, as well as editor Victoria Holmes. Together, they write the Warriors series as well as the Seekers series. Erin Hunter is working on a new series now called Survivors.

Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world. As
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Other Books in the Series

Warriors (6 books)
  • Into the Wild (Warriors, #1)
  • Fire and Ice (Warriors, #2)
  • Forest of Secrets (Warriors, #3)
  • Rising Storm (Warriors, #4)
  • A Dangerous Path (Warriors, #5)
  • The Darkest Hour (Warriors, #6)

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