Warriors are awsome!!!! I can’t stop readding them. I’ve read the first one at least one-hundred times!!! 1 month ago
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definetly. i loved these books, but could never keep up with all of the new ones coming out. xD 12 months ago
It’s really a shame that my school doesn’t have the first Warriors series. They only have the New Prophesy ones. I can’t read those without reading the first six. I’ve already read them, but that was two years ago. I forgot everything that happened.
Oh, and please don’t get off topic. This a goal to read all the books, not anything else. 12 months ago
Trust me! Its worth it! i read all the guides, comics, books, everything! it really is good! 13 months ago
I started reading these books after picking up “Into the Wild” two years ago. I’ve devoured each book once a month in the original series since. Granted that I’m 29, a series about talking cats has grown on me. I started on the New Prophecy series, but it’s been a chore to read as they were lacking in action. I skipped a few books just to read book 6 while using Wikipedia to fill in the action gaps. I’m still reading book one in the Power of Three Series, which is showing more promise than the previous NP saga.
In addition, I’ve also read the thick Special editions. I need to finish “Bluestar’s Prophecy” and “Firestar’s Quest” but I enjoyed “Crookedstar’s Promise” immensely and it continues to be re accessed on my Kindle often.
As far as the manga books, I’ve read nearly all of them. It’s easier to say that I still need to read the last 2 books in the Tigerstar and Sasha series. I really loved Ravenpaw’s story and the Rise of Scourge. 17 months ago