Into the WildBook - 2003
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blue_dolphin_10750 thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over
Nerdy_Bookworm thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 20
StephanieCosby thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 10
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Fireheart stared back without blinking. He was a warrior now. He had made an enemy of the Clan's deputy, but Tigerclaw had made an enemy of him. Fireheart was not the same naïve young cat who had joined the Clan all those moons ago. He was bigger, stronger, faster, and wiser. If he was destined to oppose Tigerclaw, then so be it. Fireheart was ready for the challenge. -Fireheart's thoughts after his and Graystripe's naming ceremonies, pg 272
Rusty blinked. He stared--excited, uncertain--up past the ferns that encircled him, through the canopy of leaves, to the stars that glittered in the clear sky. The scent of the Clan cats still hung heavy in the evening air. And as Rusty turned and headed for home, he felt a strange sensation inside him, tugging him back into the depths of the forest. His fur prickled deliciously in the light wind, and the rustling leaves seemed to whisper his name into the shadows. ~Rusty's thoughts, pages 23-24
Firepaw felt something stir within him, a fire that burned in his belly and rang in his ears. He suddenly felt that everything he had done for the Clan so far--all the prey he had stalked, all the enemy warriors he had fought--had been for the sake of this single moment. ~Firepaw's thoughts during his warrior naming ceremony, pages 269-270
"If you wish to train with us, we will have to take you into our Clan. You must either live with us and respect our ways, or return to your Twolegplace and never come back. You cannot live with a paw in each world." ~Lionheart to Rusty, page 22.
Violence: In this book there is some violence including blood and killing
Other: you will fall in love with his serise DANGER other than that..... NOTHING
Frightening or Intense Scenes: a lot of blood, and death recommend 8 or over
Violence: You could say this cause there is a lot of death and blood, some possible disgust and violence.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: There can be scary scenes due to deaths, sudden attacks, outbursting and all that.
Coarse Language: Not too bad, but says shut up, mousebrain (cat word for idiot), some bad language.
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Into the Wild is the first book in a series of 6 books, Warriors: The Prophecies Begin. This part of the story covers how an ordinary house-cat named Rusty enters the forest, as the book title suggests, to catch a mouse, only to be confronted by a patrol of feral cats. They first tell him to leave, but after showing his interest in joining their Clan, they offer him training. Meanwhile, a sinister Shadowclan is planning something, something that only the subject of a prophecy received many moons ago can stop.
rusty a house pet (cat) goes into the woods to hunt and he runs into a wild group of cats who call them self warriors which they have prophecy that rusty doesn't know about and hes a big part of it so they allow him to join thunder clan one of the 4 clans where he starts training to become a warrior and as he trains he reveals unsolved mysterious.
As long as any cat can remember, four clans have shared the forest. Rusty, a naïve young housecat, goes exploring into the forest. What he expects to find is a mouse or two, but his adventure brings much more excitement. He joins ThunderClan, uncovers a plot to take over the Clans and becomes a warrior. Will Rusty overcome these challenges? Or is ThunderClan so soft they brought in a kittypet and tried to teach it to be a warrior? Find out all this and more in Warriors: Into The Wild, bk. 1 in an amazing series.
When a housecat named Rusty steps outside his home and into the woods, he finds a wild kitten named Graystripe.
Graystripe tells Rusty that his pack, known as Thunderclan, is in danger from another clan of cats, Shadowclan, which is led by the villainous Brokentail.
Shadowclan is threatening the three other clans in the local woods, Riverclan, Windclan, and Thunderclan. Brave Rusty decides to join Thunderclan, renamed Fireheart, for his bright orange fur, by Thunderclan's leader, Bluestar.
On Fireheart's quest to become a warrior, he uncovers a mysterious giant gem, friendship with Graystripe, a sick cat known as Yellowfang, and that Bluestar's best warrior, Tigerclaw, is actually working with Shadowclan. Can Fireheart, Graystripe, Yellowfang and Bluestar work together and stop Shadowclan?
As long as any cat can remember, four clans have lived in a forest where they live like warriors, hunting food for there elders and those unable to hunt for themselves, defending there borders to protect there clanmates and families, and following a code that leads them toa well lead life. One day a cat named Rusty enters the forest in curiosity and his life will change forever. . .
as long as any cat can remember there has been four clans in the forest. A house cat named Rusty travels to discover them for himself but he does much more than exploring the forest.
Into the Wild follows the adventures of a house cat named Rusty. One day, he is invited to join ThunderClan, one of the four Clans of wild cats living in the nearby forest. Rusty agrees, is taken into the Clan, and receives the new name Firepaw. Firepaw becomes friends with fellow apprentice Graypaw, but also encounters hostility due to his outside origin. The real reason, however, that Firepaw was asked to join the Clan, is due to the fact that there is a prophecy that states that "Fire alone can save our Clan". Firepaw encounters various adventures in his training to become a warrior, and receives his warrior name, Fireheart at the end of the novel.
INTO THE WILD is the story of a domestic cat, a kittypet named Rusty, who joins a community of feral cats known as ThunderClan. ThunderClan is one of several feral communities occupying adjoining territories; Rusty is drafted to train as a warrior to help protect the traditional borders of ThunderClan territory as other clans threaten to overrun them. This was an engrossing read, with believable characters and situations. My original fears that it would fall into cutesy-poo language -- talking cats, after all! -- and situations were unfounded. In fact I admire the author''s ability to create immediately understandable terms used by the cats -- sunhigh for noon, for example. INTO THE WILD is the first in the author''s Warriors series, and is followed by FIRE AND ICE, FOREST OF SECRETS, RISING STORM, A DANGEROUS PATH, and THE DARKEST HOUR. The series has also led to a sister series, Warriors: The New Prophecy, with three books to date: MIDNIGHT, MOONRISE, and DAWN.