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A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the first book of the Tigerstar & Sasha manga arc, a kittypet named Sasha searches for a new home—and wonders if she might find it with ShadowClan and its leader, Tigerstar, during the events of the Warriors: The Prophecies Begin series. When Sasha is forced to leave her k A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the first book of the Tigerstar & Sasha manga arc, a kittypet named Sasha searches for a new home—and wonders if she might find it with ShadowClan and its leader, Tigerstar, during the events of the Warriors: The Prophecies Begin series. When Sasha is forced to leave her kittypet home, she must forge a solitary new life in the forest. Life on her own is exciting at first but quickly gets lonely. Then Sasha meets Tigerstar, leader of ShadowClan, and wonders whether she would be better off joining the ranks of his forest Clan. But Tigerstar has many secrets, and Sasha isn’t sure she can trust him….


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A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the first book of the Tigerstar & Sasha manga arc, a kittypet named Sasha searches for a new home—and wonders if she might find it with ShadowClan and its leader, Tigerstar, during the events of the Warriors: The Prophecies Begin series. When Sasha is forced to leave her k A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the first book of the Tigerstar & Sasha manga arc, a kittypet named Sasha searches for a new home—and wonders if she might find it with ShadowClan and its leader, Tigerstar, during the events of the Warriors: The Prophecies Begin series. When Sasha is forced to leave her kittypet home, she must forge a solitary new life in the forest. Life on her own is exciting at first but quickly gets lonely. Then Sasha meets Tigerstar, leader of ShadowClan, and wonders whether she would be better off joining the ranks of his forest Clan. But Tigerstar has many secrets, and Sasha isn’t sure she can trust him….

30 review for Into the Woods

  1. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    I wanted a nice quick read because I was bored. This turned out much better than I thought, she is portrayed as a very sassy, snappy character but showing her beginning really helped her character. She was left behind, and sometimes stayed behind and I really liked this book a lot.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    DNF @ page 44. The drawings of cats were bad, the storyline, cheesy.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Foxleaf

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I LOVE this manga. I’ve always been curious about Sasha as she has such little screen time in the series. I didn’t have that high of hopes as I didn’t like the rise of scourge but it EXCEEDED my expectations. Tiger star and Sashas relationship was so well written. Sasha loves him and I think Tigerstar loves her back but he has some manipulative and abusive tendencies. The art style was questionable at times (ex page 50 center panel) but it was so cute. I love the part with Sasha in shadowclan an I LOVE this manga. I’ve always been curious about Sasha as she has such little screen time in the series. I didn’t have that high of hopes as I didn’t like the rise of scourge but it EXCEEDED my expectations. Tiger star and Sashas relationship was so well written. Sasha loves him and I think Tigerstar loves her back but he has some manipulative and abusive tendencies. The art style was questionable at times (ex page 50 center panel) but it was so cute. I love the part with Sasha in shadowclan and I love her relationship with Russetfur and I hope to see it again in the next chapter. I enjoyed it as it’s probably my favorite manga thus far I hope it holds up.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Steff Fox

    | Read on Reader Fox | The only other place I've ever been happy. It's incredibly obvious that Erin Hunter's Into the Woods, the first in the Tigerstar and Sasha manga series was written well after the original novels. It's also worth noting that this book has an entirely different writer, Dan Jolley. And he doesn't exactly fit in with the seven authors who write under the penname Erin Hunter. As exciting as it was to delve into the world of the Warriors manga, there are some serious continui | Read on Reader Fox | The only other place I've ever been happy. It's incredibly obvious that Erin Hunter's Into the Woods, the first in the Tigerstar and Sasha manga series was written well after the original novels. It's also worth noting that this book has an entirely different writer, Dan Jolley. And he doesn't exactly fit in with the seven authors who write under the penname Erin Hunter. As exciting as it was to delve into the world of the Warriors manga, there are some serious continuity issues with this first book. Sasha's Journey Into the Woods follows a housecat, Sasha, who escapes into the wood when one of her elderly housefolk dies and the other is sent to live in a nursing home where Sasha would not be allowed. She soon happens upon Tigerstar, who leads Shadowclan. He teaches her the ways of the forest and the clan cats who live there. And it isn't long until Sasha finds herself falling for the powerful cat. But she doesn't know everything about Tigerstar and his past. Unfortunately, Sasha's entirely unprepared for the truth of his treachery and thirst for power. A Catmance and Continuity issues Honestly, Sasha's story with Tigerstar is cute. It's a wonderful story to follow and I loved seeing cats I'd already read about illustrated for me. However, the story runs into a lot of problems when you consider what you know of the series as a whole. And that's not even considering how confusing it is for new readers unfamiliar with the rest of the series. You see, Tigerstar doesn't show a lot of his power-hungry feelings to Sasha. In fact, without prior knowledge of his villainy, he's just a bland cat who protects Sasha and freaks out once he finds out she's originally from a "twoleg" home. Sure, he saves her when the foxes attack. But does that really justify his utter hatred of where she comes from? Unfortunately, new readers can chock this up a character flaw that he could grow from. Thus, Sasha later finding out the truth definitely would feel like it comes out of left field. I also find it thoroughly unlikely that he'd stay attached to a cat he supposedly fell for after learning she's a "kittypet." Knowing Tigerstar from the prior books, it's very difficult to accept that he'd look past her kittypet heritage. Thus, it seems rather uncharacteristic of him that he continues to spend time with her once he finds out. Frankly, I think he'd be much more likley to simply abandon her. Continuity Continued Unfortunately, this isn't the only continuity issue we run into. In addition, readers are also introduced to a vague understanding of who Firestar is in this novel. But, if we're operating on the true timeline of this graphic novel--namely, before Tigerstar sets a pack of dogs on Thunderclan--then Firestar would still be Fireheart. Bluestar was still leading Thunderclan prior to the dog attack. As a result, the big reveal to Sasha regarding Tigerclaw comes off more irritating than emotional. I found it difficult to care about the moment because I was too annoyed that the timeline wasn't matching. And, in general, this is a pretty good book. But those continuity problems? Man, did they really bring it down. | Reader Fox Links |

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ness

    I've always been interested in reading the Tigerstar and Sasha series, and now I finally have! I don't have much to say about it - it was enjoyable, and made their brief relationship seem more believable. It also showed how much of a hypocrite Tigerstar is in relation to kittypets... bleh. My primary criticism is that I'm not a huge fan of the art style... it's not terrible, but I am a much bigger fan of the usual art style and Rise of Sourge's. I think the expressions are less... expressive in I've always been interested in reading the Tigerstar and Sasha series, and now I finally have! I don't have much to say about it - it was enjoyable, and made their brief relationship seem more believable. It also showed how much of a hypocrite Tigerstar is in relation to kittypets... bleh. My primary criticism is that I'm not a huge fan of the art style... it's not terrible, but I am a much bigger fan of the usual art style and Rise of Sourge's. I think the expressions are less... expressive in this style. Plus, Tigerstar's eyebrows are so creepy. But, overall, good read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Howe

    I love Sasha! She has so much going on for her!

  7. 4 out of 5

    MacKenzie

    I love Sasha

  8. 5 out of 5

    Miles

    Is there Scourge? No god idk Sasha's very annoying. Is there Scourge? No god idk Sasha's very annoying.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Historyprincess

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Premise: Sasha was once a kittypet, with loving housefolk, a nice place to live, and even the freedom to explore the nearby woods at night. But one day, the pretty young she-cat was forced out of her home, and life in the wilderness quickly proved not only challenging but lonely. That is, until she meets Tigerstar – the great leader of ShadowClan. The powerful tom takes an unexpected interest in Sasha, and she in him. Yet even when Tigerstar invites her to join his Clan, Sasha can't banish her n Premise: Sasha was once a kittypet, with loving housefolk, a nice place to live, and even the freedom to explore the nearby woods at night. But one day, the pretty young she-cat was forced out of her home, and life in the wilderness quickly proved not only challenging but lonely. That is, until she meets Tigerstar – the great leader of ShadowClan. The powerful tom takes an unexpected interest in Sasha, and she in him. Yet even when Tigerstar invites her to join his Clan, Sasha can't banish her nagging inner doubt. Can the warrior leader truly be trusted? Story/Writing: Like the first "Warriors" graphic novel I read, "The Rise of Scourge," this was a surprisingly quick read. I read it in an even shorter time than I usually do the novellas. But that in no way makes it bad! I really liked this look into Tigerstar's second mate. It's always interesting to read about kittypets and how they discover what the Clans are and what their way of life is like. It's even more interesting when a kittypet falls in love with a Clan cat. Again, like "The Rise of Scourge," this story may be in the graphic novel format, but the Erin Hunter team's writing style still shines all the way through! I really felt like I was getting into Sasha's head and truly reading from her point of view. And when I say that in situations like this, it's told from a first person perspective rather than a third person perspective, as is often the case with this series. Artwork: The art style was different from "The Rise of Scourge," but I still really liked it! It's always interesting to see how different visual artists imagine different characters, and most of the designs were pretty spot-on from what I know. What's also cool is that "The Rise of Scourge" took place almost entirely in the Twolegplace, while this takes place almost entirely in the forest, which is a nice change of pace. The forest looked stylized yet at the same time natural. And in terms of characters, I liked Sasha's design the best. Really pretty! Sasha – Sasha is one of two characters who get the most development out of the cast featured, but that's good, considering she's the main character. Pretty much from the get-go I was in to Sasha and her story. I felt so bad for her when Ken moved away to…live with relatives, I guess? I don't know. But that's irrelevant. I felt for her even more during her early days as a rogue. When she met Pine, I thought at first that he was once Pinestar, leader of ThunderClan and Tigerstar's father. Pine was the name he took when he became a kittypet. But then I learned they were two different cats. Still, I thought it provided a nice sense of foreboding. I thought her initial feelings for Tigerstar were believable, as was her lingering doubt about him. I also feared for her when she accidentally overheard ShadowClan's plans to attack ThunderClan. I wonder where she'll go from here! Tigerstar – I gotta say, I was kind of surprised by Tigerstar's portrayal here. We're used to seeing him as the murderous warmongering villain he is, but here – and especially considering his previous track record with kittypets – he's surprisingly gentle toward Sasha. Yes, he did have Goldenflower as a mate before. But she's also back in ThunderClan. So maybe he was considering it was time to move on. I like though that seeds of doubt about him are planted in Sasha's mind not long after she first meets him. Yeah, I get it, she can't be a kittypet/rogue and be with him at the same time. But still, he kind of felt a bit too rude about it for my taste. Even so, that is what I'd expect from him. And I'm so nervous about whether or not he'll find out that she overheard his plans! Overall: I really enjoyed this graphic novel outing from the Erin Hunter team. It left on a chilling cliffhanger, and I can't wait to find out where Tigerstar and Sasha's relationship goes from here. If you're looking for a decent graphic novel entry into the "Warriors" series, give this one a look! The characters are well developed and nicely drawn, along with the environments, and it won't take long to read if you're a fast reader. A definite recommend from yours truly!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Warriors - Tigerstar and Sasha: Into the Woods (Tigerstar and Sasha Book 1) Summary: Sasha has everything she wants: king housefolk who take care of her during the day and the freedom to explore the woods beyond Twolegplace at night. But when Sasha is forced to leave her home, she must forge a solitary new life in the forest. Life on her own is exciting at first but quickly gets lonely. When Sasha meets Tigerstar, leader of ShadowClan, she wonders whether she would be better of joining the ranks Warriors - Tigerstar and Sasha: Into the Woods (Tigerstar and Sasha Book 1) Summary: Sasha has everything she wants: king housefolk who take care of her during the day and the freedom to explore the woods beyond Twolegplace at night. But when Sasha is forced to leave her home, she must forge a solitary new life in the forest. Life on her own is exciting at first but quickly gets lonely. When Sasha meets Tigerstar, leader of ShadowClan, she wonders whether she would be better of joining the ranks of his forest Clan. But Tigerstar has more secrets, and Sasha must decide whether she can trust him. MY OPINION Sasha has the perfect life until one of her Twolegs dies. Consumed by grief her remaining elderly Twoleg goes to live in an old folks home, leaving her behind. alone and frightened, Sasha goes into the woods where Pine helps remove her collar and warns her about the Clan cats. Unable to stay way, Sasha journeys to the Clan's border where she meets Tigerstar. As Sasha begins to fall in love with the evil tom, she is shocked to learn his true nature. But when he asks her to join ShadowClan, what will she do? Quote: "I have a plan to lure a pack of dogs into their camp. Then we'll be rid of that filthy kittypet Firestar and his Clan of kittypets and half-breeds once and for all."

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    Carter Hasegawa has been raving about these Warriors books about cats, both wild and kittypets (cats with owners), but as my work gets more hectic, I've had less time to read, so I found these manga versions at my local book store and I read four while I waited for soccer practice to end. They're addictive and I wish I had more of them! This one is about Sasha, a former kittypet whose owners get too old (the wife dies and the husband is sent to a care home), so she ventures of and in the wild sh Carter Hasegawa has been raving about these Warriors books about cats, both wild and kittypets (cats with owners), but as my work gets more hectic, I've had less time to read, so I found these manga versions at my local book store and I read four while I waited for soccer practice to end. They're addictive and I wish I had more of them! This one is about Sasha, a former kittypet whose owners get too old (the wife dies and the husband is sent to a care home), so she ventures of and in the wild she hooks up with Tigerstar, the leader of the Shadowclan. The best thing about this is that at the end of each book, there is an excerpt from the newest text version of one of the books in the series, so reluctant readers who like the manga can be encouraged to try the text versions of the series too. Smart!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dolly

    This is the first graphic novel we've read in the Warriors series of books. It's one of three books featuring Tigerstar & Sasha. The graphic novel format is interesting and the book is a quick read. I noticed that Tigerstar refers to Firestar as the leader of Thunderclan before the episode where he lures the pack of dogs to Thunderclan's camp. Bluestar dies in the final effort to rid the camp of the threat of the dogs, so Fireheart would still have been her deputy, not the leader. Still, despite This is the first graphic novel we've read in the Warriors series of books. It's one of three books featuring Tigerstar & Sasha. The graphic novel format is interesting and the book is a quick read. I noticed that Tigerstar refers to Firestar as the leader of Thunderclan before the episode where he lures the pack of dogs to Thunderclan's camp. Bluestar dies in the final effort to rid the camp of the threat of the dogs, so Fireheart would still have been her deputy, not the leader. Still, despite the inaccuracy, it's a fun fast read and the illustrations are very good. Our youngest really enjoyed reading this book and we are both looking forward to reading the rest of the graphic novels.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lanie

    Pretty good. The art is good and since I love the warrior cats series, I really enjoy the extra info. And the insight into the loners and kitty pets world. Sasha is right. Why can't they all just be cats instead of divided and racist towards each other? I like Sasha she's a good character. I feel bad for her too. That she fell in love and almost got to be happy again. But tiger star being tigerstar, it just couldn't be. Tigertar is an an ass, but I will say this, he gets credit for being so conv Pretty good. The art is good and since I love the warrior cats series, I really enjoy the extra info. And the insight into the loners and kitty pets world. Sasha is right. Why can't they all just be cats instead of divided and racist towards each other? I like Sasha she's a good character. I feel bad for her too. That she fell in love and almost got to be happy again. But tiger star being tigerstar, it just couldn't be. Tigertar is an an ass, but I will say this, he gets credit for being so convincing and likeable. But then, that's what makes theses sorts of sociopaths extra super dangerous, no? It was well written too. Not to much writing in any one panel or too much going on in one picture. And the cats were all drawn distinctive enough that I could tell who was who. That's good, cause I've read manga were its hard to tell.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Aoife

    I enjoyed this manga editon to the warriors series. It's not necessary or vital that you read it as it doesn't tie in with the plot of the novel stories but it's a nice extra, showing the life of Sasha and how she meets Tigerstar - she falls for him at first (and you see a sort of loving side to him) but then she realises that maybe Tigerstar a bit too ambitiously evil..... It's good but I didn't make it sound to good, I'm not good at writing reviews! GREAT MANGA ARTWORK, NICELY PACED - Better i I enjoyed this manga editon to the warriors series. It's not necessary or vital that you read it as it doesn't tie in with the plot of the novel stories but it's a nice extra, showing the life of Sasha and how she meets Tigerstar - she falls for him at first (and you see a sort of loving side to him) but then she realises that maybe Tigerstar a bit too ambitiously evil..... It's good but I didn't make it sound to good, I'm not good at writing reviews! GREAT MANGA ARTWORK, NICELY PACED - Better if you have background knowledge (read the warriors books).

  15. 4 out of 5

    Bulk Reviews

    Sasha doesn’t really have the same personality in this book as she did in TNP. She’s just kind of cliche now, and I’m not too into her story. This book wasn’t so bad, I guess, but it could’ve been a bit more interesting. I don’t really get why Tigerstar would waste so much time with Sasha, and even if he’s trying to recruit her for the Clan, he doesn’t really act like he is. Honestly, this whole backstory has so much potential and I feel like it was rather wasted. Still, I didn’t hate it. The art. Sasha doesn’t really have the same personality in this book as she did in TNP. She’s just kind of cliche now, and I’m not too into her story. This book wasn’t so bad, I guess, but it could’ve been a bit more interesting. I don’t really get why Tigerstar would waste so much time with Sasha, and even if he’s trying to recruit her for the Clan, he doesn’t really act like he is. Honestly, this whole backstory has so much potential and I feel like it was rather wasted. Still, I didn’t hate it. The art. Uggghhhh.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    I read this out loud (Firestar and Sasha's voices are fun), without having read anything Warriors except for "Into the Wild." I didn't remember if I knew any of the characters, but it didn't really matter. There was a surprising amount of romance in here, though the 8-year-old boy I was reading it to didn't seem to mind. The illustrations are fine, though humans look a little strange. Cliffhanger = we're reading #2 now. I read this out loud (Firestar and Sasha's voices are fun), without having read anything Warriors except for "Into the Wild." I didn't remember if I knew any of the characters, but it didn't really matter. There was a surprising amount of romance in here, though the 8-year-old boy I was reading it to didn't seem to mind. The illustrations are fine, though humans look a little strange. Cliffhanger = we're reading #2 now.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Emy

    This is a graphic novel in the Warrior books, the first in the "Tigerstar and Sasha" series. I really like Sasha and I feel sorry for her that her owner had to leave and she had to go to the forest as a rouge cat. Sasha made a den near the Shadowclan territory and she comes across Tigerstar. She falls in love with him and they spend time together, but Tigerstar is not telling Sasha the complete truth about him and his clan. This is a graphic novel in the Warrior books, the first in the "Tigerstar and Sasha" series. I really like Sasha and I feel sorry for her that her owner had to leave and she had to go to the forest as a rouge cat. Sasha made a den near the Shadowclan territory and she comes across Tigerstar. She falls in love with him and they spend time together, but Tigerstar is not telling Sasha the complete truth about him and his clan.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

    Another in the spin-off graphic novels of the Warriors series, again not very good but I read it anyway so I could get more of the story. There's some horribly, horribly corny lines in this at times, and the art really just is not appealing at all to look at. I thin part of the problem is the first person point of view this took on, it just felt awkward. Another in the spin-off graphic novels of the Warriors series, again not very good but I read it anyway so I could get more of the story. There's some horribly, horribly corny lines in this at times, and the art really just is not appealing at all to look at. I thin part of the problem is the first person point of view this took on, it just felt awkward.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cameron

    when reading The New Prophecy, I wondered, how could a rouge possibly fall in love with Tigerstar? The manga Tigerstar and Sasha series tells how Sasha saw past the evil in Tigerstar and fell for him. A story of love and betrayal, Into the Woods is an emotional and powerful story about how through love, evil is powerless.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    I know this isn't really a book but I had to read it or else I would miss part of the story. The pictures are really bad in this series. The ones on the Lost Warrior books were better. I mean manga=anime central and a cat is about the easiest thing you could draw in manga. I know this isn't really a book but I had to read it or else I would miss part of the story. The pictures are really bad in this series. The ones on the Lost Warrior books were better. I mean manga=anime central and a cat is about the easiest thing you could draw in manga.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Brennan

    read multiple times! loved series!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Katie Ruth

    My first exposure to Warriors is complete! Onto the next because that ended on a cliffhanger!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Abigail

    it's the best you have to read it it's the best you have to read it

  24. 5 out of 5

    ѕтσямуѕυммєя

    I keep reading this book over and over and I just can't get over how good it is! Though some cats and two legs look weird including... Ken and jean,runningnose,pine, rowanpaw. I LOVE THIS BOOK! I keep reading this book over and over and I just can't get over how good it is! Though some cats and two legs look weird including... Ken and jean,runningnose,pine, rowanpaw. I LOVE THIS BOOK!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    they give a good cliffhanger at the ending

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lillian

    i really want to read it

  27. 4 out of 5

    Stacey Adams

    Sasha is afraid. She's been left alone after years of living in a loving home with her two human companions. Where have they gone? What will she do? How will she survive? Fending for herself to find food and shelter she meets a gang led by Tigerstar. She's instantly attracted to him and he seems interested in her too. He helps her when he realizes she isn't a threat to his group of cats or their territory. But when he finds out that she's a kittypet, having lived in comfort in a home and fed mus Sasha is afraid. She's been left alone after years of living in a loving home with her two human companions. Where have they gone? What will she do? How will she survive? Fending for herself to find food and shelter she meets a gang led by Tigerstar. She's instantly attracted to him and he seems interested in her too. He helps her when he realizes she isn't a threat to his group of cats or their territory. But when he finds out that she's a kittypet, having lived in comfort in a home and fed mushy food he turns his back on her. Angry but not beaten Sasha proves she's capable of stalking and killing to eat, she's able to provide shelter for herself, she doesn't just curl up and feel sorry for herself. This shows Tigerstar that she may be different from other kittypets....maybe she's one of them...a rebel who can be trained to belong with them and their gang. Sasha's temperament, her calm way of dealing with Tigerstar's roughness shows you don't have to change to become one of a group. Be proud of who you are and where you come from without making excuses. Adapt to new situations and do what you need to do to survive. Don't think you can't live on your own, just do it. Sasha finds out she can live on her own but maybe being a part of something bigger, joining Tigerstar and his group so she won't be alone....maybe she wants that too.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    Reread December 2, 2020. Two in one day, woo! I was planning to wait until tomorrow to read this one, but I figured why not do it now? Apparently this one wasn't on my shelves here either, though I know I've read it before. Oh well. This one was... okay. While it's interesting to get more insight into Sasha's character, since we never really knew much about her in the main series, it falls a little flat for me. She sees Tigerstar all of one time and goes "wow, he's hot. I should get closer to him" Reread December 2, 2020. Two in one day, woo! I was planning to wait until tomorrow to read this one, but I figured why not do it now? Apparently this one wasn't on my shelves here either, though I know I've read it before. Oh well. This one was... okay. While it's interesting to get more insight into Sasha's character, since we never really knew much about her in the main series, it falls a little flat for me. She sees Tigerstar all of one time and goes "wow, he's hot. I should get closer to him" without even really knowing him. He tells her all these lies, and I'm not sure how he gets away with it, considering he's never been one to hide the fact that he wants more power. Also, it feels very out of character for him to even consider taking a former kittypet as a mate when he supposedly hates all non-Clan cats. But alas, when does Warrior Cats make sense? Also, this is a bit superficial, but... the art style. Not a fan. Greystripe's manga style wasn't amazing, but it was much better than this one. With these, it felt like the artist was really used to drawing humans and brought that into drawing cats and other animals. I'm sure they put lots of effort into this art and I don't mean to discredit their work, but it wasn't really for me. Overall, it was okay. Very excited to get back to the main series with Long Shadows next! Onward~

  29. 4 out of 5

    lizzy bat

    i wouldn’t have rated so high if i didn’t love tigerstar so much. and im obsessed w/ him and sasha aghhh I COULDVE WRITTEN THIS SO MUCH BETTER…GOD I CANT STAND THE ERINS the art is awful, and the writing is average. the story/concept is super interesting, and i adore sasha, but it’s all so…underdeveloped (basically the entire warriors series is lacking😭). i mean tigerstars whole lifetime/personality/everything is messy as fuck. you have to connect dots from like 6 different books to fully underst i wouldn’t have rated so high if i didn’t love tigerstar so much. and im obsessed w/ him and sasha aghhh I COULDVE WRITTEN THIS SO MUCH BETTER…GOD I CANT STAND THE ERINS the art is awful, and the writing is average. the story/concept is super interesting, and i adore sasha, but it’s all so…underdeveloped (basically the entire warriors series is lacking😭). i mean tigerstars whole lifetime/personality/everything is messy as fuck. you have to connect dots from like 6 different books to fully understand his character— and deep down you know it’s really not that deep!! none of this shit was intentional. i would go into more detail, but i’m not gonna put that much energy into a goodreads review. sooooo yeahhhh…. this was 4 stars but only because i actively interpreted it in a better/“deeper” way, rewrote it in my head, applied some headcanons + my “connected dots” analysis of tigerstar to it, and expanded on shit that didn’t make sense / needed more detail 😭😭😭😭😭😭 all by itself, its simply shit

  30. 4 out of 5

    Roberta Decenzo

    I’m giving this one four stars only because I don’t like the relationship between Sasha and Tigerstar seems to be starting. He’s a cat with a few red flags. He knows how to charm but then he criticises her and lies to her and that’s a no go for me. I’ve been in Sasha’s place, overlooking the red flags, one too many times and I don’t like seeing anyone getting themselves into such situations. That being said the story is still fine and since there are two other books it could prove that this natu I’m giving this one four stars only because I don’t like the relationship between Sasha and Tigerstar seems to be starting. He’s a cat with a few red flags. He knows how to charm but then he criticises her and lies to her and that’s a no go for me. I’ve been in Sasha’s place, overlooking the red flags, one too many times and I don’t like seeing anyone getting themselves into such situations. That being said the story is still fine and since there are two other books it could prove that this nature of Tigerstar’s is essential to the full story. I admit I have not read the actual series yet but I get the impression he isn’t supposed to be a loveable character from the start so it could be that the story is actually just doing it’s job portraying him in this light. The general story line itself is fine though so I guess I will just have to read the next two installations of this part of the series and see how it goes!

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