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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 Ravenpaw’s Path manga arc, find out what happened to Ravenpaw after he left ThunderClan in Warriors #1: Into the Wild. Ravenpaw has settled into life on the farm, away from the forest and Tigerstar's evil eye. He knows that leaving the warrior clans A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the first book of the Ravenpaw’s Path manga arc, find out what happened to Ravenpaw after he left ThunderClan in Warriors #1: Into the Wild. Ravenpaw has settled into life on the farm, away from the forest and Tigerstar's evil eye. He knows that leaving the warrior clans was the right choice, and he appreciates his quiet days and peaceful nights with his best friend, Barley. But when five rogue cats from Twolegplace come to the barn seeking shelter, Ravenpaw's new life is threatened. He and Barley must try to find a way to overpower the rogues—before they lose their home for good.


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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 Ravenpaw’s Path manga arc, find out what happened to Ravenpaw after he left ThunderClan in Warriors #1: Into the Wild. Ravenpaw has settled into life on the farm, away from the forest and Tigerstar's evil eye. He knows that leaving the warrior clans A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the first book of the Ravenpaw’s Path manga arc, find out what happened to Ravenpaw after he left ThunderClan in Warriors #1: Into the Wild. Ravenpaw has settled into life on the farm, away from the forest and Tigerstar's evil eye. He knows that leaving the warrior clans was the right choice, and he appreciates his quiet days and peaceful nights with his best friend, Barley. But when five rogue cats from Twolegplace come to the barn seeking shelter, Ravenpaw's new life is threatened. He and Barley must try to find a way to overpower the rogues—before they lose their home for good.

30 review for Shattered Peace

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Warriors - Ravenpaw's Path: Shattered Peace (Ravenpaw's Path Book 1) Summary: Ravenpaw has settled into life on the farm, away from the forest and Tigerstar's evil eye. He knows that leaving the warrior Clans was the right choice, and he appreciates his quiet days and peaceful nights with his best friend, Barley. But when five rogue cats from Twolegplace come to the barn seeking shelter, Ravenpaw's new life is threatened. He and Barley must try to find a way to overpower the rogues - before they Warriors - Ravenpaw's Path: Shattered Peace (Ravenpaw's Path Book 1) Summary: Ravenpaw has settled into life on the farm, away from the forest and Tigerstar's evil eye. He knows that leaving the warrior Clans was the right choice, and he appreciates his quiet days and peaceful nights with his best friend, Barley. But when five rogue cats from Twolegplace come to the barn seeking shelter, Ravenpaw's new life is threatened. He and Barley must try to find a way to overpower the rogues - before they lose their home for good. MY OPINION Ravenpaw's life in the barn is calm and peaceful, although every now and then he does find himself missing the Clan's. When the first snow comes, five cats show up at the barn looking for shelter as one of the she-cats is close to having kits. She has four kits later that evening, naming them Snowflake, Icicle, Cloudy and Sniff. Their mother, Minty, is thankful to Ravenpaw and Barley when the toms begin to hunt for the five rogues. But as the kits get older and learn how to walk, Barley begins to suspect the visitors have nasty intentions. But when the cats leave, things at the barn become peaceful once more until a fire strikes. Unable to stay in the barn, and with prey scarce for the first time since he arrived at the barn, Ravenpaw's hopes are down, and it only gets worse when the rogues come back and drive them from their home. These rogues are former BloodClan members, and they have taken the barn as their own. Barley and Ravenpaw shelter at the Moonstone, where Bluestar, Whitestorm and Spottedleaf visit Ravenpaw's dreams and tell him to go to ThunderClan and that they will help the two barn cats against the rogues. Quote: "You were gone for a while. Everything okay?" "Yeth. Everything'th fine." "Are you talking funny?" "NO."

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kayla

    Wow, this was a really great book. Just wait until you read the ending.:-) In this comic so cats in need come to the farm to seek shelter from the snow. Barley thinks there's something suspicious about them but, Ravenpaw is to happy having other cats around to see what the roughs are planing. Then a horrible fire burns part of the barn down, and something even more horrible ochers. What will Ravenpaw and Barley do next? Who will help them regain there home? And Will Starclan send them a sign? Wow, this was a really great book. Just wait until you read the ending.:-) In this comic so cats in need come to the farm to seek shelter from the snow. Barley thinks there's something suspicious about them but, Ravenpaw is to happy having other cats around to see what the roughs are planing. Then a horrible fire burns part of the barn down, and something even more horrible ochers. What will Ravenpaw and Barley do next? Who will help them regain there home? And Will Starclan send them a sign?

  3. 4 out of 5

    Neil R. Coulter

    It's fun to see the cats in manga form. This is the start of a three-book series that's perfect to read right after finishing The Prophecies Begin series of novels. It tells a story about Ravenpaw and Barley on the farm. The graphic novel format allows the story to be less intense than the novels, with more space for humor. It's fun to see the cats in manga form. This is the start of a three-book series that's perfect to read right after finishing The Prophecies Begin series of novels. It tells a story about Ravenpaw and Barley on the farm. The graphic novel format allows the story to be less intense than the novels, with more space for humor.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Von

    After I've seen some of the beautiful artwork of Japanese manga, I'll never look at other comic books/graphic novels the same: but the story was the main draw anyway, since I love Warriors so much. I just wish there was a little more of the story in a book that's only 90 pages and mostly artwork. After I've seen some of the beautiful artwork of Japanese manga, I'll never look at other comic books/graphic novels the same: but the story was the main draw anyway, since I love Warriors so much. I just wish there was a little more of the story in a book that's only 90 pages and mostly artwork.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    Pretty Good 5 stars from me. It's great and not as long as some books but it's perfectly fine to me 👍 Pretty Good 5 stars from me. It's great and not as long as some books but it's perfectly fine to me 👍

  6. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Well so I was going to take a break from the series but it wasn't as long as I planned it's just so good and I missed it. I even wanted to try one of the graphic novels, this was really good and I liked it a lot but I like the books better than the graphic novels. Well so I was going to take a break from the series but it wasn't as long as I planned it's just so good and I missed it. I even wanted to try one of the graphic novels, this was really good and I liked it a lot but I like the books better than the graphic novels.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rae

    I LOVE THESE

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bradon Hepworth

    The book was amazing! This book is about cats stories and all of them are amazing a simple must read!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Holly Letson

    Ravenpaw is an former clan cat. But, he and Barley have left that life behind, and settled into a barn at a twoleg farm. They are very happy with their new life. ------------ One day, a pack of clan cats come to stay with them, so that an expectant mother can birth her kits. The kits grow up loving Ravenpaw as well. However, Barley has suspicions of the cats. Ravenpaw brushes this off, and carries on as normal. However, it comes to pass that the visitors set the barn on fire, and eat the hens. R Ravenpaw is an former clan cat. But, he and Barley have left that life behind, and settled into a barn at a twoleg farm. They are very happy with their new life. ------------ One day, a pack of clan cats come to stay with them, so that an expectant mother can birth her kits. The kits grow up loving Ravenpaw as well. However, Barley has suspicions of the cats. Ravenpaw brushes this off, and carries on as normal. However, it comes to pass that the visitors set the barn on fire, and eat the hens. Ravenpaw and Barley try to set things right with the chickens, only to be caught be the twolegs in the henhouse and banished from the farm forever. This excites the visitors, who taunt them and take claim on the farm. ------------ Ravenpaw and Barley travel into the highstones to the Moonstone, where Ravenpaw receives advice--from Starclan--that he should go ask Firestar for help. He becomes sure that Thunderclan will help them, so he wakes Barley up, assuring him of this. ------------------------- This volume ends on that note. I wish it had been longer. I really enjoyed the story, but do not have the other 2 volumes.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    I do not usually read Manga, but my 10 year old nephew is currently obsessed with all things Warriors. On a recent visit to the library, he urged me to borrow it. Although he had moved on to the actual novels, this is the book that got him hooked. I can see why. Especially for young readers, it has a classic story of the young hero who turns his back on the world, only to question that decision. If we are looking at archetypes, Ravenpaw has entered the classic "liminal space" where we go to heal, I do not usually read Manga, but my 10 year old nephew is currently obsessed with all things Warriors. On a recent visit to the library, he urged me to borrow it. Although he had moved on to the actual novels, this is the book that got him hooked. I can see why. Especially for young readers, it has a classic story of the young hero who turns his back on the world, only to question that decision. If we are looking at archetypes, Ravenpaw has entered the classic "liminal space" where we go to heal, and grow, and learn about ourselves, before returning, reborn. This is the middle of his story. There is much more to come. (Which is great for young people to read, because, of course, they are in the middle of THEIR stories.) Despite being in the middle of the story, I was not confused at all. I only wanted to read more because I was interested in the characters. I recommend this to all readers, but especially for those grownups who have voracious young readers (or even reluctant readers) in their lives. It is fun and thoughtfully constructed.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Emmah

    In this book there are two mane ceriters Ravenpaw and Barly. Barly= Barly used to be in the blood clan he new they evel tride to exape.y doiing that the blood clan leeder (Scorg) threten the life of his sister. In all Barlys life was and is hard! Ravenpaw= ravenpaw used to be in the thunder clan. His best Kit mate is now the leder of the thunder clan. As you read on thunder clan is (very) help full. Ravenpaw is the one how (will allways) sind a way to cheer Barly up. Plot= The plot of this sorire In this book there are two mane ceriters Ravenpaw and Barly. Barly= Barly used to be in the blood clan he new they evel tride to exape.y doiing that the blood clan leeder (Scorg) threten the life of his sister. In all Barlys life was and is hard! Ravenpaw= ravenpaw used to be in the thunder clan. His best Kit mate is now the leder of the thunder clan. As you read on thunder clan is (very) help full. Ravenpaw is the one how (will allways) sind a way to cheer Barly up. Plot= The plot of this sorire is... Ravenpaws and Balys home has ben taken over by roge cats. They need help geting it back. So they go to the thunder clan. WATE its ben a day all redy and there not even haf way there. Can they make it??? (gasp)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Garza

    I read Warriors; Shattered Peace; Ravenpaw's Path because it looked like a cute graphic novel to read. In language arts class we had to read a graphic novel, so I chose this book. I have also always wanted to see what this book was about. My opinion on this book is that it is a cute and friendly. Ravenpaw is a nice cat who will help others- like the cats that came to Ravenpaw and his friend Barley. They needed a place to stay while their kittens were being born. I think that anyone could read this I read Warriors; Shattered Peace; Ravenpaw's Path because it looked like a cute graphic novel to read. In language arts class we had to read a graphic novel, so I chose this book. I have also always wanted to see what this book was about. My opinion on this book is that it is a cute and friendly. Ravenpaw is a nice cat who will help others- like the cats that came to Ravenpaw and his friend Barley. They needed a place to stay while their kittens were being born. I think that anyone could read this book. It shows good honesty and integrity. Anyone who wants a good book that can sort of relate to reality and sort of relate to fantasy, this is the book to read. There is a whole series that I will also be reading soon!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dolly

    This is the first book in the Ravenpaw's Path series of manga/graphic novels, which details the experiences of Ravenpaw and Barley when cats from Bloodclan threaten their peaceful existence. This is an entertaining story and gives the reader more background about Ravenpaw's experiences on the farm and his relationship with the clans that we'd never read about in the main books. It's a fast read and the illustrations are very good. Our youngest really enjoyed reading this book and we are both loo This is the first book in the Ravenpaw's Path series of manga/graphic novels, which details the experiences of Ravenpaw and Barley when cats from Bloodclan threaten their peaceful existence. This is an entertaining story and gives the reader more background about Ravenpaw's experiences on the farm and his relationship with the clans that we'd never read about in the main books. It's a 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 Warriors Manga graphic novels.

  14. 4 out of 5

    20jmitchell

    Ravenpaw wanted to have a peaceful life in the barn, but a group of rouge cats invaded the barn. So, Ravenpaw and his best friend Barley tried to fight back against the rouges. Then, there home was no longer. Warriors Shattered Peace is a story about bravery, courage, and peace.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Alexia

    it was a good book. these cats were living in a barn. then some cat need a place to sleep so they let them stay. the cats that where staying there ate chickens and then the owner kick the cats out. the farm burnt down. the cats save the dogs.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ashlyn Nelson

    I liked it. Its about two cats and one of them were in a clan but he didn't want to be in it anymore. He lived on a farm but the barn burned down. He helped other cats but they betrayed him. He got kicked out of his home so now he living in the woods, I liked it. Its about two cats and one of them were in a clan but he didn't want to be in it anymore. He lived on a farm but the barn burned down. He helped other cats but they betrayed him. He got kicked out of his home so now he living in the woods,

  17. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    More Ravenpaw and Barley . . . good. Why is Ravenpaw so silly? hmm . . . maybe he needs a mate. Fun little story, I look forward to learning more about Barley's past especially. More Ravenpaw and Barley . . . good. Why is Ravenpaw so silly? hmm . . . maybe he needs a mate. Fun little story, I look forward to learning more about Barley's past especially.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dracospikex2

    IT IS A VERY GOOD BOOK. STOP READING THIS BECAUSE I AM GOING TO SAY MANY SPOILERS! 1.They get betrayed 2.they almost die 3.Stop reading just read it all ready!1

  19. 4 out of 5

    William

    it was a good book i like the graphics and how it s a comic it is nice to see a warrior comic out.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Marie the Librarian

    Well, this is interesting but I feel like im missing something since I havent read anything else! However its filled with cataction.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Charles Whiddon

    RavenClaw I HayleyStar call upon my.... Screw it. Racehorses 2944894 name is now Ravenclaw. And I love you if you get that reference.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ashfur07

    meooooow!

  23. 5 out of 5

    SagittariusKatty

    5th Grader Review: I love this book. I love the pictures and the story. The beautiful illustrations really help readers "see" the story. 5th Grader Review: I love this book. I love the pictures and the story. The beautiful illustrations really help readers "see" the story.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Historyprincess

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Premise: Ever since he first came as a ThunderClan apprentice fleeing from his murderous mentor Tigerclaw, Ravenpaw has lived happily as a farm cat with his best friend Barley. Though most days are the same – spent hunting mice, sleeping in the barn, and exploring the surrounding property – both cats are content. One winter day, a group of rogue cats arrive, seeking food and shelter. While Ravenpaw gladly welcomes them, Barley isn't so trusting. And it's only after a fire strikes that the black Premise: Ever since he first came as a ThunderClan apprentice fleeing from his murderous mentor Tigerclaw, Ravenpaw has lived happily as a farm cat with his best friend Barley. Though most days are the same – spent hunting mice, sleeping in the barn, and exploring the surrounding property – both cats are content. One winter day, a group of rogue cats arrive, seeking food and shelter. While Ravenpaw gladly welcomes them, Barley isn't so trusting. And it's only after a fire strikes that the black tom starts to think his friend might be on to something. Story/Writing: Poor Ravenpaw. His past as a Clan cat keeps coming back to haunt him. Though, that could be either a negative or a positive depending on whom you ask. If anything, it makes for great drama! And that's what I'm here to read! Plus, it's always fun to read in a different format every once in awhile. If anything it means it doesn't take as much time to read them, at least for me. But back to business, even if no one on the actual Erin Hunter team technically wrote the script (from what I know, anyway) you can feel their collective guiding hand telling the story as you flip through the pages. Whoever wrote the script really adapted the narrative well into the graphic novel format. Then again, that's a plus for all the graphic novels I've read so far in this series. Artwork: I recognize the art style from the manga chapters at the end of each of the super editions I've read so far (with the exception of "Firestar's Quest"). I gotta admit, I do kind of prefer this style to the other two from "The Rise of Scourge" and the "Tigerstar and Sasha" trilogy. I don't know why, maybe that's just the first style I was exposed to, and it's the one used the most often in the graphic novels. But still, I really like this style and it's even better having it in color! Each of the characters look distinct and the environments make you feel like you're looking at them from their point of view. My favorite was StarClan – I mean, it looks gorgeous! The way it's drawn and colored makes it look at beautiful as it should! I also like that the humans have a different font when they speak, since the cats of course can't understand them and vice-versa. Ravenpaw and Barley – Of course, Ravenpaw is the main character, but I liked Barley just about as much. You can tell these two are best friends and have been through a lot together. And since Barley is a good bit older than Ravenpaw, I always thought of them as having a sort of uncle-nephew relationship. Ravenpaw himself is no longer the shy and timid apprentice he used to be, but he still keeps his most likable traits as a grown cat. He's kind and generous, has integrity (as evidenced by leaving the farmers' chickens alone), and is always willing to help, whether it's cats in need (seemingly) or even a couple tied-up dogs! I also thought it was really interesting that Ravenpaw was trying to figure out if he belongs on the farm or in the forest, especially when you remember he keeps his apprentice name for the rest of his life, always reminding him that he was Clanborn in the first place. Not to mention he's the only one who goes to StarClan when he and Barley fall asleep at the Moonstone. Speaking of whom, I thought Barley was charming. A simple cat wanting a simple life. A lot like me actually. And of course he's there to keep Ravenpaw from getting too in over his head. He doesn't really get as much development as Ravenpaw, but I liked their comradery. Various Other Characters – I of course knew from the moment they showed up that the rogue cats were going to cause trouble for our heroes. And yet, they didn't seem like that at first, especially since one of them was a queen nursing kits. Speaking of which those scenes of Ravenpaw with the kits are just adorable! But I digress. I truly was not expecting them to be BloodClan cats, and looking back on it, it makes sense! I can't believe I didn't catch that! But still, I liked that Minty was willing to defend Ravenpaw and Barley, even if the only reason was probably because her kits took to Ravenpaw. Even so, I can't wait to see Ravenpaw, Barley, and their ThunderClan friends kick their sorry tails off the farm! Overall: I will admit, I wasn't expecting too much with this first volume. Then again, that's not always a bad thing, because I thoroughly enjoyed what I got! The artwork is fantastic, the storytelling, while in a different format, stays true to the Erin Hunter team's style, and I can't wait to read the next two volumes!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Read June 9, 2021. I got the omnibus ebook from the library with all three volumes of this set, but I'm counting them each individually because I can. Sue me. This was a cute little volume! It wasn't anything outstanding, as far as story goes -- pretty standard for warriors, with the intruders on a peaceful time storyline -- but very enjoyable nonetheless! The art is adorable; the whole page with Ravenpaw getting his tongue stuck on the ice was precious. I've missed Ravenpaw, since he disappeared Read June 9, 2021. I got the omnibus ebook from the library with all three volumes of this set, but I'm counting them each individually because I can. Sue me. This was a cute little volume! It wasn't anything outstanding, as far as story goes -- pretty standard for warriors, with the intruders on a peaceful time storyline -- but very enjoyable nonetheless! The art is adorable; the whole page with Ravenpaw getting his tongue stuck on the ice was precious. I've missed Ravenpaw, since he disappeared so early in the series and then once the Clans move to the lakes he's never really heard from again. It's good to see how he's doing. I also liked that this sort of works to semi-fill in the gap between The Prophecies Begin and The New Prophecy Arcs! The passage of time was a bit off, and I'll admit that irked me; they state that the visitors leave about a quarter moon after they arrive, but that's only a week and in that time Minty gave birth and her kits were able to walk around and be taught fighting moves? Somehow I don't think so. But once again, I am trying too hard to apply logic to cat soap operas. I'm only setting myself up for disappointment, really. But yes, overall I quite enjoyed this! The fact that it's in colour now is really lovely. I hope I can snag a copy someday for my collection! Until then, it's time to move on to book 2 in OoTS: Fading Echoes! I'm hoping I can knock this one out pretty quick, though we'll see how things go. Onward~

  26. 5 out of 5

    Reian

    I had to drop this down from 5 stars because I didn't really think anything that important happened? To be honest, I don't know why they made this trilogy in the first place. Even without reading the last two, I know that Ravenpaw will simply return to his status quo with Barley and things will just carry on... being the same. I guess this was made due to fan demand, but the whole thing is pretty pointless. Not to mention Ravenpaw and Barely won't become the couple we all deserve. They could have I had to drop this down from 5 stars because I didn't really think anything that important happened? To be honest, I don't know why they made this trilogy in the first place. Even without reading the last two, I know that Ravenpaw will simply return to his status quo with Barley and things will just carry on... being the same. I guess this was made due to fan demand, but the whole thing is pretty pointless. Not to mention Ravenpaw and Barely won't become the couple we all deserve. They could have at least thought of a better story. That being said, I LOVE Barry's artwork. The way he draws cats is so expressive in their movements, and it brought to life every page even though there was practically nothing going on. I do really like Ravenpaw's own self-conflict about who he is and where he really belongs, but its the same as Sasha's story on that behalf, and we can't just recycle things... come on? I'm pleased I read it, but Ravenpaw is a sweet character that deserves a whole lot more than this.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Fenrir

    Surely one of the best of the warriors mangas. Even though it starts of slow, once the plot gets going, it really gets going. Action-packed, whilst still containing a lot of character development. The protagonists are both very likeable and their conversations are very enjoyable. A different kind of drama compared to the other books of the "Warriors" series, which proved to be fun to read, as it didn't feel like one had read the plot many times before in books prior to this one. Some major events Surely one of the best of the warriors mangas. Even though it starts of slow, once the plot gets going, it really gets going. Action-packed, whilst still containing a lot of character development. The protagonists are both very likeable and their conversations are very enjoyable. A different kind of drama compared to the other books of the "Warriors" series, which proved to be fun to read, as it didn't feel like one had read the plot many times before in books prior to this one. Some major events were predictable, however that only made the book more interesting and exciting. (view spoiler)[Reading about Ravenpaw again was great, especially getting to see his view on the whole clan-life compared to his "new life" with Barley. They have a very cute relationship and one will most likely find themselves feeling sorry for Barley, since Ravenpaw didn't believe him, as well as Ravenpaw himself, who was being tricked by the stray cats, which was very frustrating to read. (hide spoiler)] Overall, this manga was very quick, easy and fun to read, thus highly recommended.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Steff Fox

    | Read on Reader Fox | I always thought that the farm never changed. I have mixed feelings about Shattered Peace, a story of Ravenpaw's Path by Erin Hunter. On the one hand, it's nice to read about Ravenpaw again since he apparently decided to abandon the clans forever. However, it does kind of feel like a pointless story in the long run. Did we really need these graphic novels? Eh, probably not. A Character We Love So, the true selling point for this book is the fact that it brings back a char | Read on Reader Fox | I always thought that the farm never changed. I have mixed feelings about Shattered Peace, a story of Ravenpaw's Path by Erin Hunter. On the one hand, it's nice to read about Ravenpaw again since he apparently decided to abandon the clans forever. However, it does kind of feel like a pointless story in the long run. Did we really need these graphic novels? Eh, probably not. A Character We Love So, the true selling point for this book is the fact that it brings back a character we love. Naturally, anyone who liked Ravenpaw at all would have warm feelings about this graphic novel. And that's about all this book really sells itself on: you get to return to a beloved character. I won't lie, this is usually enough to make a lot of people very happy. As for the plot, well, it's a simple one. Ravenpaw and Barely are living together quite happily. Not much happens at the barn, so of course this story encapsulates the only true event that happens. The barn sort of serves as a resting place for many cats to use. We see this time and time again throughout the course of the other books. So, naturally, when rogues come seeking shelter Ravenpaw and Barley house them. Unfortunately, these rogues aren't quite what they seem. Missed Potential So, I loved two things about this book. The first was the connection between Ravenpaw and Barley. It was sweet and a real selling point for sharing great friendships. The second was how Ravenpaw connected so well with the kits and the moment of conflict this brought to him. Was he lonely with Barley? Did he need more companionship? It's one of those touching moments that's also centered around self-needs and life choices. And I just really appreciated it. Otherwise, I think the plot was fairly predictable. Simply by virtue of how the artwork was done, you knew something nefarious was going to happen. There really wasn't a lot of room for mystery. And despite Ravenpaw's connection with some of the cats, the kits in particular, there was no way this event would end well. Unfortunately, however, I feel like that external conflict took so much potential away from the internal conflict Ravenpaw was feeling. Battles, Battles Galore I think the thing that this story did poorly was center everything so much around upcoming battles. I get that these are warrior cats and much of the stories are centered around these giant fights that have to happen, but...why? Some of them feel so pointless. Do cats really have nothing better to do than fight over territory and food? | Reader Fox Links |

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kira Murasaki

    We meet Ravenpaw in "Graystripe and Millie" where Graystripe tries to find his way back to the clan. I wanted to know more about Ravenpaw, but the only thing I learned is, what I already knew, that he once was part of a clan and that he misses that life. That longing is the reason he accepts strange cats into their home on the farm and trusts them blindly, when his roommate Mikush get more wary by the minute. When they play a trick on Ravenpaw and Mikush they are forced to leave their home. Ravenp We meet Ravenpaw in "Graystripe and Millie" where Graystripe tries to find his way back to the clan. I wanted to know more about Ravenpaw, but the only thing I learned is, what I already knew, that he once was part of a clan and that he misses that life. That longing is the reason he accepts strange cats into their home on the farm and trusts them blindly, when his roommate Mikush get more wary by the minute. When they play a trick on Ravenpaw and Mikush they are forced to leave their home. Ravenpaw finds his old clan and asks for support. After Mikush and he help the clan with another fight, the clan helps them to dive the intruders away. I likes Ravenpaw and Mikush as a character, but the story war very predictable. Still I was happy it turned out good for them and I wouldn´t hesitate to give this comic to my 10 y/o students since the protas show high morals and the "baddies" pay for their deeds.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Melody

    I've always been a fan of Ravenpaw's character and always wanted him to eventually come back to the clan. This first addition to Ravenpaw's Path has made me feel at peace with the fact he has stayed with Barley at the farm. I enjoyed their friendship (especially after learning more about Barley in Warriors: Secrets of the Clans ... at least I think it was this book). I also enjoyed seeing Ravenpaw and his Warrior abilities. I look forward to reading A Clan in Need . I've always been a fan of Ravenpaw's character and always wanted him to eventually come back to the clan. This first addition to Ravenpaw's Path has made me feel at peace with the fact he has stayed with Barley at the farm. I enjoyed their friendship (especially after learning more about Barley in Warriors: Secrets of the Clans ... at least I think it was this book). I also enjoyed seeing Ravenpaw and his Warrior abilities. I look forward to reading A Clan in Need .

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