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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

A Review (Okay, a Rave) About the Warriors Series by Erin Hunter

Hey Blogger Buds,
When you were younger, did you ever have that one series that carried you through your childhood, that you stayed up all hours of the night devouring?
Okay. Maybe that's a lot of books, for a lot of you.
But when you think back, can you think of just one?
Warriors Box Set (Books 1-6)
I can.

I discovered The Warriors Series when  was about 8. For years, I was captivated. I waited anxiously for the next book to come out (only 3 a year), and screamed when the author came to New York. (My mother let me take off school for it, that's how obsessed I was.) I was always one of the first people to get the books as my library got them.

The New Prophecy Box Set (Books 1-6)This series was my childhood.

As I got older, I was less attentive. I fell behind. The books still entertain me, but in a different way. I'm not held prisoner by them anymore, not moving from my seat until I've turned the last year. But I still love them, they still hold a special place in my heart.

Today, the last of 24 books was released. The series has had a 9 year run. (I haven't followed them that long, mind you.)

I'm still two books behind, but I'm going to fix that.

The Sight (Warriors: Power of Three, #1)Over the next few weeks (months?) I plan to revisit, and reread, all of these books. How it will take me, I don't know. But I'm bring smexah my childhood back.

For those of you with young siblings, or children, who have a passion for animals, I recommend the Warriors series. The first book, Into the Wild, follows a young housecat, Rusty, and his discovery of an entire world in his backyard as he joins Thunderclan and becomes a Warrior.

Will these sound silly to you? Possibly.
Will they entertain your nine-year-old? Definitely.

Add the series on Goodreads. You won't regret it.

Into The WildThe Last Hope (Warriors: Omen of the Stars, #6)
Peace and cats,

(Yes, I do realize I haven't posted a real book review since mid-March. Next week, I hope to have an MG review of Ashtown Burials.)


  1. ahh I remember these I loved them so much!

  2. I loved those books so much! They were the best... I cant believe there done! :(


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