Warrior Cat Books (By Erin Hunter)

Re: Warrior Cat Books (By Erin Hunter)

Postby Extreme5000 » August 9th, 2013, 10:59 pm

Savoto wrote:I read a lot of those when I was back in high-school but I agree e with Extreme. The older books were a lot better and the initial idea of the series was cool at first but the author dragged it on way to long. I didn't even make to book 3 of the New Prophecy.

I really liked how every day to day life was like in the clans.

New Prophecy was shit. It was the LONE REASON I stopped reading. The original series is good, but my VERY, VERY obsessed friend told me that Power of Three was way better.

I have a Shotgun, your argument is invalid.

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Re: Warrior Cat Books (By Erin Hunter)

Postby GrovyleGoodbye128 » August 12th, 2013, 9:55 pm

I must say, I dont realize why you say that. Some books are better than others, but to hate a whole branch of the series? 0-o How?
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Re: Warrior Cat Books (By Erin Hunter)

Postby fluffyfluffs » October 8th, 2013, 8:56 pm

Okay I found these books in middle school. Now, I LOVED THEM SOOO MUCH! It was like, a soap opera with cats! It's the silliest thing ever and the writer tried to make it SO SERIOUS but in all honesty it was about a bunch of cats, running around, killing each other, and having secret love affairs. It was HILARIOUS!
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Re: Warrior Cat Books (By Erin Hunter)

Postby EmperorWalrusComics » September 3rd, 2018, 7:57 pm

I really liked the premise and world set up by the books, but the plot got very weird after the first six books. It really does seem like the series was supposed to end at The Darkest Hour. The first arc was very well-constructed and wrapped up very nicely at the end. The "humans destroying the forest" plot in The New Prophecy was interesting, but Hawkfrost turned out to be a rather boring villain. The protagonists were very interesting in the Power of Three and Omen of the Stars, but those arcs suffered terribly in overall composition.

I stick around for the fandom, though. It's one of the few fandoms that have actually matured with age while staying active.
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