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Warriors Boxed Set (Warriors #1-3)

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For generations, four Clans of wild cats have shared the forest according to the laws laid down by their warrior ancestors. But now the ThunderClan cats are in grave danger, and sinister ShadowClan grows stronger every day. Noble warriors are dying—and some deaths are more mysterious than others.

Into the midst of this turmoil comes an ordinary house cat named Rusty . . . w
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Published September 26th 2006 by HarperCollins (first published 2006)
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This seris is the first seris it is very decribing and bring you to the cats world and keeps you at the age of your seat. What will happen to Rusty?? If you are wondering who is Rusty read to find out!!!!!
Catherine Hazel
Jun 18, 2015 Catherine Hazel rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone who ever wanted to read a perfectly AWESOME book!
Recommended to Catherine by: My mom
I love these books! Honestly, I'd say they are as good as Harry Potter books! They have cats, adventure, and just about everything you could want in a good book series. The writing is elegant but suitable for kids, the hero brave and good, the villain greedy and cruel, the sidekick (Graystripe) loyal and every bit as interesting as his friend. The way the suspense piles up, the way the author creates a more than realistic plot, climax, setting, and characters!!!!

READ!!!! NOW!!!!

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Colleen Mertens
This book picks up right after the first book and introduces some new characters who make things more exciting for the cats. The second book tests friendships and loyalties in new ways and is a great follow up to the first book. Very good. I liked it as well as the first book.
Thanks to this book I have now read every single warrior book that is currently selling at my local book store.
Melissa Mannon
I didn't expect to like this book and expected it to be formulaic, but it follows the pattern of good mythology without being simplistic. The story is filled with good strong characters. The main character fits the model of "orphan" or "runaway" in many classic stories. He turns tough, joins a "gang" and learns the art of survival. The diversity of personalities sets the series up for multiple story lines. A story of bravery, camaraderie, growing-up, faith, and morals set on a stage filled with ...more
Alissa Guerrero
I enjoyed the whole three series of this . Tho i really disliked that the new prophecy i didnt really care for that part because it wasnt in firestar's point of view so srry disliked that part of the series
Well paced with explosintions around the corrner that were never seen, like shadows. Cats are like people, u don't rlize it till u read these books, u'll never look at anycat the same way again.
So many sleepless nights, long afternoons spent reading these books. How I treasured them ...more
Andrew Uys
Thoroughly enchanting read, my only wish is that I could have enjoyed them as a child.
Really good book. A little easier than some, but I recomend this series
Gwen G
A nice, unique story for kids that i really used to love
Lisa Sellers
loved the books that got me hooked on the series
I'm actually only reading the first one.
Awesome. I am reading the 3
Excellent sets of books. Everyone should read them.
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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)
Into the Wild (Warriors, #1) Fire and Ice (Warriors, #2) Forest of Secrets (Warriors, #3) The Darkest Hour (Warriors, #6) Rising Storm (Warriors, #4)

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“Well, I’m more lopsided than a one-legged badger,” mewed Graypaw, breaking off from his careful stalking to stagger comically across the clearing. “I think I’ll have to settle for hunting stupid mice. They won’t stand a chance. I shall just wander up to them and sit on them till they surrender.” 1 likes
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