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A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the second 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 and Barley have been driven away from their farm by a group of vicious cats. Now the two loners must turn to ThunderClan— A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the second 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 and Barley have been driven away from their farm by a group of vicious cats. Now the two loners must turn to ThunderClan—led by Ravenpaw's friend Firestar—for shelter. Firestar takes them in and promises to help them take back their home as soon as possible, but ThunderClan is in great danger. BloodClan cats have been launching raids on ThunderClan's territory and attacking Clan patrols. Can Ravenpaw and Barley help Firestar and his Clan fight off their enemies? And will they ever be able to get home again?


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A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the second 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 and Barley have been driven away from their farm by a group of vicious cats. Now the two loners must turn to ThunderClan— A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the second 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 and Barley have been driven away from their farm by a group of vicious cats. Now the two loners must turn to ThunderClan—led by Ravenpaw's friend Firestar—for shelter. Firestar takes them in and promises to help them take back their home as soon as possible, but ThunderClan is in great danger. BloodClan cats have been launching raids on ThunderClan's territory and attacking Clan patrols. Can Ravenpaw and Barley help Firestar and his Clan fight off their enemies? And will they ever be able to get home again?

30 review for A Clan in Need

  1. 5 out of 5

    Marie the Librarian

    Its very nice to get a feel and sense of how this series is.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Neil R. Coulter

    Ahh—the first glimpse of Firestar and Sandstorm's kits! Ahh—the first glimpse of Firestar and Sandstorm's kits!

  3. 5 out of 5

    ʟ ᴇ ᴀ ʜ ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    I really liked this manga. I loved reading about Ravenpaw and his life after he was forced to leave to clans. I think it's awesome that Erin Hunter fills the blanks on unimportant pants and doesn't leave us hanging. This was definitely one of my favorites. :-) I really liked this manga. I loved reading about Ravenpaw and his life after he was forced to leave to clans. I think it's awesome that Erin Hunter fills the blanks on unimportant pants and doesn't leave us hanging. This was definitely one of my favorites. :-)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Aurora Dimitre

    Read this one because it was on the Bookmobile. I never read the Ravenpaw graphic novels. Couple of things: Baby Crowkit. Mudclaw being nice??? Dustpelt decidedly NOT being nice. Ravenpaw and Barley being cute. That is all.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    4.5 stars! I love seeing Ravenpaw get to interact with Thunderclan again, but am a little tired of Bloodclan related arcs. Nevertheless, this was really enjoyable and getting to see so many of my fav Thunderclan characters drawn out in manga form was awesome!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Warriors - Ravenpaw's Path: A Clan in Need (Ravenpaw's Path Book 2) Summary: Ravenpaw and Barley have been driven away from their farm by a group of vicious cats. Now the two loners must turn to ThunderClan - led by Ravenpaw's friend Firestar - for shelter. Firestar takes them in and promises to help them take back their home as soon as possible, but ThunderClan is in great danger. BloodClan cats have been launching raids on ThunderClan territory and attacking Clan patrols. Can Ravenpaw and Barl Warriors - Ravenpaw's Path: A Clan in Need (Ravenpaw's Path Book 2) Summary: Ravenpaw and Barley have been driven away from their farm by a group of vicious cats. Now the two loners must turn to ThunderClan - led by Ravenpaw's friend Firestar - for shelter. Firestar takes them in and promises to help them take back their home as soon as possible, but ThunderClan is in great danger. BloodClan cats have been launching raids on ThunderClan territory and attacking Clan patrols. Can Ravenpaw and Barley help Firestar and his Clan fight off their enemies? And will they ever be able to get home again? MY OPINION Ravenpaw and barley have gone to ask ThunderClan for help in taking back their barn. Firestar agrees, but ThunderClan currently have troubles of their own. Groups of BloodClan cats have been attacking ThunderClan patrols and stealing prey. Ravenpaw and Barley agree to help ThunderClan but will Barley really be able to face his past as a former BloodClan member? Quote: "Oh, accuse us of that one more time, you rat! See how fast I take your head off!"

  7. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

    Another of the Warriors sub-series of graphic novels, this being the second in Ravenpaw's trilogy. Some good backstory, and it was cute to see the heroes of the second season show up in here as kits, but like with the others the storytelling is a lot blander in graphic novel format. Another of the Warriors sub-series of graphic novels, this being the second in Ravenpaw's trilogy. Some good backstory, and it was cute to see the heroes of the second season show up in here as kits, but like with the others the storytelling is a lot blander in graphic novel format.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Emma D.

    It was a comic although I like all warriors books....but it wasn't THAT bad......and it wasn't great. I would recomend this to young readers who would wish to begin the series since I've now read it. It was a comic although I like all warriors books....but it wasn't THAT bad......and it wasn't great. I would recomend this to young readers who would wish to begin the series since I've now read it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Historyprincess

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Premise: Ravenpaw and his best friend Barley have been driven off their home by former BloodClan cats. The only one the two can go to for help is Firestar, the leader of ThunderClan. Yet as soon as they arrive, it turns out that all four of the forest Clans have been suffering recent raids from remnants of BloodClan as well. Ravenpaw has helped them fight off the vicious Clan of rogues before, and he's more than willing to do it again. But can he convince Barley to as well, in spite of the older Premise: Ravenpaw and his best friend Barley have been driven off their home by former BloodClan cats. The only one the two can go to for help is Firestar, the leader of ThunderClan. Yet as soon as they arrive, it turns out that all four of the forest Clans have been suffering recent raids from remnants of BloodClan as well. Ravenpaw has helped them fight off the vicious Clan of rogues before, and he's more than willing to do it again. But can he convince Barley to as well, in spite of the older tom's own personal and unpleasant history with these cats? Story/Writing: Another action-packed entry in this graphic novel trilogy! The storytelling is once again top notch, and quite a bit more interesting here, to be honest. While I do have some foreknowledge of the series, having been introduced to it years ago, there were twists and turns in this story that I honestly did not see coming! Not only that, but it was great to see other characters from previous books and see what they look like when drawn by these fantastic artists! While this may be a quicker read than what I'm used to from this series, I do know it's a graphic novel, and for that reason, I'm all the more impressed with how much they were able to fit into this volume in particular. A ton of stuff is revealed, like I said. Yet at the same time, it doesn't feel jumbled or rushed. Well, maybe a little teensy bit in some areas, but that's more of a nitpick than anything else. I'm just happy this second volume was just as good and in some ways even better than the first one! Artwork: As I just said before, it was great to see the characters I've come to know and love drawn by this wonderful artist/team of artists! They not only got the coloring for each one right (for the most part) but also the attitudes of each of these cats. All of their visual reactions feel true to their characters, and we even get to meet some new faces along the way. Not to mention, I just adore the way the kits (Crowkit, Leafkit, and Squirrelkit) are all drawn! They were my favorite designs and I thought they were just adorable! I'll even go out on a limb and say this art style is now definitely my favorite of the three that have been used for these graphic novels. Ravenpaw and Barley – While Ravenpaw is still the main character, I really liked that Barley got a little more of the spotlight, particularly when we learn more of his backstory. I knew from "The Darkest Hour" that he had a history with BloodClan. I even knew he had littermates. But I didn't know until I read this how they all tied into this particular story, and I absolutely loved it! But back to Barley, I like that we get to see a bit more of the reasoning behind his desire for a quiet life. Not that that's at all bad, I'm just glad I understand it more. His own brothers nearly killed their sister, and only Barley and his sister had the guts to flee BloodClan, and lived to tell about it! That said, Ravenpaw was still great here. It's always great to see him among his former Clanmates. But I like that he seems a bit more sure of himself and where he belongs now. After all, he's lived on the farm a good bit longer than he actually did in ThunderClan. Various Other Characters – While it's always a thrill to read about Firestar being in action, actually seeing it in this format made me root for him all the more! Given that this takes place several months after "Firestar's Quest," he feels like a much more seasoned and experienced leader, even if he is younger than most. It was cool to see Mitzi again, given how I liked her a lot in "Crookedstar's Promise." Then again, could this be a different cat? I don't know. I also thought Violet was pretty cool. She may be a kittypet, but she's obviously more experienced than most, given her time in BloodClan. At the same time though, her early life there didn't make her as bloodthirsty as Hoot and Jumper. And I was even kinda surprised that she was willing to show them a bit of mercy, at least at first, given they nearly killed her that one time despite being their sister. Speaking of whom, I was not at all expecting Hoot and Jumper to be the new leaders of BloodClan! That really floored me! At the same time though, their ultimate fate didn't surprise me. They made their beds, and now they have to lie in them. Overall: I had a fantastic time reading this second volume! I was both pleasantly and unpleasantly surprised (though in a good way) at the directions the story went to. And as all midway episodes should be, this kept the tension building while holding back just enough to be saved for the third and final one, which I am totally gonna get on to!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Read July 9, 2021. And we're back! It took me a weirdly long time to get to this one, considering how short it was, but I really enjoyed it! A very cute self-contained story within the bigger arc, and the art was great as always. I appreciated how much thought was put into the background characters, like Rainpaw and Sorrelpaw, making them easily identifiable by their designs. And of course, Squirrelkit and Leafkit were adorable. I love this era of Warriors, before everything went to shit, lmao. I Read July 9, 2021. And we're back! It took me a weirdly long time to get to this one, considering how short it was, but I really enjoyed it! A very cute self-contained story within the bigger arc, and the art was great as always. I appreciated how much thought was put into the background characters, like Rainpaw and Sorrelpaw, making them easily identifiable by their designs. And of course, Squirrelkit and Leafkit were adorable. I love this era of Warriors, before everything went to shit, lmao. It was nice to get to see Violet too! I've always loved her, for some reason, even though she's such a minor character and is never even seen in the main series. I didn't expect the story to include her at all but I think it's better for it. I like to think that after all this is resolved, Barley comes down every so often to catch up with her. <3 And I know I'm in the minority here, but I do sort of wish Ravenpaw stayed with ThunderClan. I think he just needed some time away from Tigerclaw to become comfortable with himself, and now that he's more confident I think he'd make a great warrior. But I also understand that Barley is happiest on the farm, and where Barley goes, Ravenpaw goes. So, my dreams of warrior Ravenpaw are dashed. Oh well. Perhaps a fanfic for another time. In any case, I loved this! I might even try to get through the next volume in my reread quickly (another guide, so it should make for short reading) so I can finish up this manga arc tonight! And that would bump be ahead in my reread a fair bit too, I've gotten so behind ;; Until next time!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Reian

    I find it hard to believe that after all that, BloodClan could ever rise again. So I guess it's a relief that the cats that were 'reviving' it were so weak? Barley's back story wasn't as exciting as I'd hoped, and for once reading this I have come to realise (and am glad) that the series continued on (Midnight) with a generation skip. There are a lot of books set between The Prophecies Begin and The New Prophecy, but unless SkyClan is involved reading them just feel like flogging a dead horse ha I find it hard to believe that after all that, BloodClan could ever rise again. So I guess it's a relief that the cats that were 'reviving' it were so weak? Barley's back story wasn't as exciting as I'd hoped, and for once reading this I have come to realise (and am glad) that the series continued on (Midnight) with a generation skip. There are a lot of books set between The Prophecies Begin and The New Prophecy, but unless SkyClan is involved reading them just feel like flogging a dead horse half the time. The stakes are laid out to be high in volume 2, but they weren't really in the end. I just don't think the manga have much substance at all to be honest, although it is a continuing novelty to see our favourite cats as drawings on the page rather than images in our minds. The only thing is that Firestar looks nothing I like imagine him! Volume 3 of this trilogy is going to be quite predictable, based on the usual outcome of the short stories. After all - they have to return to status quo to keep the storyline, so I'm not anticipating reading the last one as much as I perhaps should.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Stacey Adams

    After the fire in the barn Ravenpaw and Barley are sent away. Ravenpaw leads them to Moonstone where he as a vision of Starclan telling him to go to Thunderclan and ask Tiger Star for help. Tiger star is willing to help the two but his warrior cats are getting beaten and they aren't strong enough to spare. Ravenpaw and Barley lend a hand in helping Tigerstarfight the rogues who are threatening the clan. Barley has a grudge against two of the rogues and he's ready to fight. If Ravenpaw and Barley After the fire in the barn Ravenpaw and Barley are sent away. Ravenpaw leads them to Moonstone where he as a vision of Starclan telling him to go to Thunderclan and ask Tiger Star for help. Tiger star is willing to help the two but his warrior cats are getting beaten and they aren't strong enough to spare. Ravenpaw and Barley lend a hand in helping Tigerstarfight the rogues who are threatening the clan. Barley has a grudge against two of the rogues and he's ready to fight. If Ravenpaw and Barley can help Tigerstar defeat the rogues and take control again then they may be able to get back to their home, to the life they loved and had to leave.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Roger Royer

    What a fun book for kids of all ages. Our hero Ravenpaw is out helping his clan friends in this one and they even visit a town. I am so happy that I found these books at our local library. I really must remember to than a librarian for having them there. The only bad thing is they are not in color.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mrs. Nobody

    This isn't a proper manga just a graphic novel. I am writing this reviev becase my friends think this is a manga. I am not saying that it is bad or something. Just for you to now that you shoudn't compare this graphic novel to manga series like: One Piece, Chanisaw man, JoJo's bizarre adventure and many others. I am sorry if this reviev looks weird i just wanted to clear my mind abaout this topic and sorry for my and english. ( i'm from Poland) This isn't a proper manga just a graphic novel. I am writing this reviev becase my friends think this is a manga. I am not saying that it is bad or something. Just for you to now that you shoudn't compare this graphic novel to manga series like: One Piece, Chanisaw man, JoJo's bizarre adventure and many others. I am sorry if this reviev looks weird i just wanted to clear my mind abaout this topic and sorry for my and english. ( i'm from Poland)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melody

    This trilogy is an addition to Barley's story in Warriors: Secrets of the Clans (I think his backstory is in this guide). So make sure you are familiar with his backstory before reading this to ensure you fully understand the plot. I enjoyed this story. It was nice to see Ravenpaw back with Thunderclan. I also enjoy the dynamic of Barley and Ravenpaw's relationship. This trilogy is an addition to Barley's story in Warriors: Secrets of the Clans (I think his backstory is in this guide). So make sure you are familiar with his backstory before reading this to ensure you fully understand the plot. I enjoyed this story. It was nice to see Ravenpaw back with Thunderclan. I also enjoy the dynamic of Barley and Ravenpaw's relationship.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Simpson

    Barley and Ravenpaw return after being driven from their home, and take shelter with ThunderClan. They want help reclaiming their home, but first they have to deal with ThunderClan's problem. Old enemies return and we find out more about Barley's past. A great read! Barley and Ravenpaw return after being driven from their home, and take shelter with ThunderClan. They want help reclaiming their home, but first they have to deal with ThunderClan's problem. Old enemies return and we find out more about Barley's past. A great read!

  17. 4 out of 5

    TreeSpright

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In this one we take a short break from the main plot of the first one to assist thunderclap with the remnants of Blood clan. I'm not sure if this one is really needed as part of this series, but Barley did have a past with Bloodclan and it goes into that. In this one we take a short break from the main plot of the first one to assist thunderclap with the remnants of Blood clan. I'm not sure if this one is really needed as part of this series, but Barley did have a past with Bloodclan and it goes into that.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Joanna

    Nice

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sarah E Mudge

    Awsome quick read. I loved getting to know more about Barley and i can't wait to read the next book to find out what happens next. Awsome quick read. I loved getting to know more about Barley and i can't wait to read the next book to find out what happens next.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Colin Jones

    It's a great book, but it can't really be as violent as most warrior cat books and as descriptive. It's a great book, but it can't really be as violent as most warrior cat books and as descriptive.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Campbell Rose

    Ahhhhhhhhh

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rae

    i reeeeeaaally need to revise for a maths exam tomorrow morning but... The Cat Books

  23. 4 out of 5

    Dr Caroline J West

    Best book ever! Just read it don’t ask questions it’s to good to describe but I shall say one more thing READ IT!!!😃🤩

  24. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Hellerud

    true rating: 2.5/5⭐️

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bailey

    Lol Barley and Violet’s brothers are a pair of assholes. That is all.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Krys

    4.25 stars

  27. 4 out of 5

    lenita

    I loved seeing Barley and Ravenpaw helping Thunderclan!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Gabs

    Enjoyed it

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lara Vehar

    It was so so good to see some more of the character growth for Barley. Barley is such an underused character and seeing himreunite with his littermates and fight was so good.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Steff Fox

    | Review on Reader Fox Blog | It's a hard sight to take. I genuinely do feel like the more of Erin Hunters' mangas I read, the more I don't care for them. This is probably most true of the Ravenpaw's Path series. All illustrated by James L. Barry, they just always seem to be off in terms of characterization. Granted, that's probably because this version of Erin Hunter is actually Dan Jolley. And I just don't think he captures the characters even half was well as the novel authors. I kno | Review on Reader Fox Blog | It's a hard sight to take. I genuinely do feel like the more of Erin Hunters' mangas I read, the more I don't care for them. This is probably most true of the Ravenpaw's Path series. All illustrated by James L. Barry, they just always seem to be off in terms of characterization. Granted, that's probably because this version of Erin Hunter is actually Dan Jolley. And I just don't think he captures the characters even half was well as the novel authors. I know we're doing the right thing. I can feel it. A Clan in Need follows the previous Ravenpaw's Path manga, Shattered Peace. Ravenpaw and Barley have been forced out of their barn home by the ruthless BloodClan cats and, in their desperation, turn to Firestar--leader of ThunderClan--for help. Firestar, having promised to be there for the two cats in any time of need is eager to help. If only ThunderClan didn't have problems of their own. Thus, part two of Ravenpaw's follow up story is centered around the help he and Barley provide the ThunderClan cats. Conflict arises from the remnants of BloodClan, the main danger in the final book of the fist series. I feel like this story follows an incredibly predictable path and sort of just feels like a filler episode. It's nice to see the characters we've grown to love again, but the transition to a vague commentary about gangs and gang problems isn't great. But those kits with her... Honestly, I think the coolest part about this series is the kits. They all make a very short appearance, but when you can compare them to what you know of the second series, it's actually a pretty cool cameo. These are the cats who will be most important in the coming books and, if you've already read them, it's exciting to see these brief nods to their importance. And, of course, Crowkit is as grumpy as a young furball as he is later on in his life. We need your help, Firestar. In general, I don't love the artwork of the mangas and I don't love the writing. This story in particular is massively filler-esque. Aside from nods to old and new characters, there's nothing that really stands out to me as impressive. Plus, there's this entire side plot about young cats being stolen by BloodClan for initiation that...could've been interesting. But, I dunno. It feels like the only purpose for this was to make the BloodClan cats seem even more awful which, quite frankly, we didn't really need. We already don't like these characters. A gang initiation commentary is really stupid here if you're not going to do anything with it. The conflict is resolved pretty quickly and then we lead into the set up for part three...getting Ravenpaw and Barley's home back. | Reader Fox Links |

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