Friday, July 9, 2010

undercover life of a housecat

Another guest blogger for today! Paulie, my 10 year old stepson, has graciously agreed to give you a review of Warriors Into The Wild. A view into the oftentimes ferocity of the natural world of cats, Warriors Into The Wild transports an ordinary housecat into a fantasy warrior world.

In this amazing book, Warriors into the Wild, an ordinary housecat runs out the back door and into the woods. In the woods, he meets four clans: Thunderclan, Shadowclan, Windclan and Riverclan. He is named Firepaw and taken as an apprentice in Thunderclan. He will be trained to be a warrior.
I would not recommend this book to kids under nine. It is sort of scary and can be really long. I would rate this book and series, out of 1-10, as a 9. If you pick up this awesome book, and you're over 9, then you won't be able to put it down!

Thanks Paulie for a great review of Warriors into the Wild.


  1. Great review Paulie! I'm going to keep an eye on this book for Emily. The good news is that although she's 8 1/2, she doesn't scare very easily. The bad news is that she gets frustrated with long books...but that will change! This sounds teriffic. :) Thanks for the review! :)

  2. Excellent work Paulie! I will file this away for a few years for Zach. It's good to know which ones are scary, he likes long books but gets easily scared.

  3. My son (who is 9) just picked this book out at the library last week. It was a random selection, and we really didn't know much about the book, except what we had read on the back cover. Anyhow, he recently started it, and wasn't sure if he was going to like it or not. After reading your review, though, I think I will encourage him to keep at it; sounds like something he will really like. If it's got some scary parts, he will love it! It's good to hear a kid's perspective. Thanks!