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A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the third 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 helped their friends in ThunderClan defeat the vicious BloodClan cats in Twolegplace. Now they're ready to figh A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the third 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 helped their friends in ThunderClan defeat the vicious BloodClan cats in Twolegplace. Now they're ready to fight to reclaim their home on the farm. Firestar has promised to send a warrior patrol to assist them, but Ravenpaw worries that it won't be enough to chase out the invaders. He knows that he must find his courage and fight like a warrior—or lose his home forever.


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A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the third 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 helped their friends in ThunderClan defeat the vicious BloodClan cats in Twolegplace. Now they're ready to figh A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series! In the third 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 helped their friends in ThunderClan defeat the vicious BloodClan cats in Twolegplace. Now they're ready to fight to reclaim their home on the farm. Firestar has promised to send a warrior patrol to assist them, but Ravenpaw worries that it won't be enough to chase out the invaders. He knows that he must find his courage and fight like a warrior—or lose his home forever.

30 review for The Heart of a Warrior

  1. 4 out of 5

    Conrad

    I'm sixty years old, read all the time, and I found this a surprisingly well constructed and illustrated book. We didn't have things this good when I was a kid; maybe they're all this good now; for our kids' sake, I hope so. I'm sixty years old, read all the time, and I found this a surprisingly well constructed and illustrated book. We didn't have things this good when I was a kid; maybe they're all this good now; for our kids' sake, I hope so.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Neil R. Coulter

    There are a lot of surprisingly cute and amusing panels of cats fighting. Satisfying conclusion to this short trilogy of books about Ravenpaw and Barley retaking their farm home, with help from ThunderClan.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    I was wanting a nice little short read because why not? And I always realize how much I miss meaningful characters from the past series and I just loved it so much.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Marie the Librarian

    A good ending to a fun trilogy.

  5. 4 out of 5

    ShadowLelouch97

    It was fun to follow Ravenpaw and Barley's adventures. It was fun to follow Ravenpaw and Barley's adventures.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Steff Fox

    | Review on Reader Fox Blog | It's hard to believe I'm here. There's sort of an irony to the title of Erin Hunter's conclusion to Ravenpaw's Path. The Heart of a Warrior feels very unfitting, if I'm being honest. Sure, like many of the others, this manga involves a giant battle. But does that really make Ravenpaw a warrior? Not only was Hunter adamant about never giving Ravenpaw a warrior name, but the battle was literally to gain back the territory of a barn so he and Barley can laze abo | Review on Reader Fox Blog | It's hard to believe I'm here. There's sort of an irony to the title of Erin Hunter's conclusion to Ravenpaw's Path. The Heart of a Warrior feels very unfitting, if I'm being honest. Sure, like many of the others, this manga involves a giant battle. But does that really make Ravenpaw a warrior? Not only was Hunter adamant about never giving Ravenpaw a warrior name, but the battle was literally to gain back the territory of a barn so he and Barley can laze about all day. It just doesn't match, is all I'm saying. Today, Barley and I are going home! I've not generally been much of a fan of the Warriors mangas. Perhaps, were I much younger, I'd probably love them. I think the unfortunate piece is really that I missed these books when I was younger. I think the first arc had only just been published back then, so this is a testament to the fact that I just grew up before these books got published. Ultimately, though, there's not much to Ravenpaw's Path and, subsequently, The Heart of a Warrior that really makes the story standout as worthwhile to me. There's a territory dispute and so a bunch of fighting ensues. And really, that's all there is to it with this story. There's a minor side plot about problematic family members who take advantage of hospitality. But...in the end, it all just feels pointless. All brave cats...all trained well by ThunderClan Ultimately, the only worth I've found so far to my experience with this story is the callback to beloved characters from the original series. There's Firestar, obviously, then Greystripe and Sandstorm. I've even grown rather attached to Dustpelt, ironically enough. And with the inclusion of Ravenpaw, we've literally got the group of apprentices together again. I loved that about this tale, but in graphic novel format without much conversation between the lot, the nostalgic love for it is short-lived. It's a real shame. As much as I loved the original six books, the nostalgic callback really wasn't enough to sell this spinoff. And I'll admit that it's not terrible. The Heart of a Warrior is still a mildly fun story in the end. I guess part of me just wishes that Ravenpaw had chosen to return at some point. | Reader Fox Links |

  7. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    Read September 9, 2021. And done another one! Nothing like a good manga to refresh my love for the series. And I have to say, the Ravenpaw trilogy is one of my favourites so far out of the manga/graphic novels. The writing is very cute, without being overly kiddie. And the art is adorable! I may be biased because I've been reading the colour versions, but seriously, Ravenpaw is so cute. (I may also be biased toward black cats. Sorry not sorry.) I liked that they didn't win right away, and had to Read September 9, 2021. And done another one! Nothing like a good manga to refresh my love for the series. And I have to say, the Ravenpaw trilogy is one of my favourites so far out of the manga/graphic novels. The writing is very cute, without being overly kiddie. And the art is adorable! I may be biased because I've been reading the colour versions, but seriously, Ravenpaw is so cute. (I may also be biased toward black cats. Sorry not sorry.) I liked that they didn't win right away, and had to sort of strategize! I love seeing Firestar and co in graphic novel format, it's fun to try picking out different Clan cats based on appearance. Also, Barley, pls. That little declaration at the end was so cute. These two are so obviously in a relationship, I love it. Erins, please put more gay cats in your books. But like make them explicitly gay this time, I need wlw and mlm cats. HarperCollins don't be homophobic challenge. Okay, anyway, I'm getting loopy so it's time to get ready for bed. This was a fun read though! Next up is SkyClan's Destiny, which I will probably start tomorrow!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Reian

    I will agree that out of the three books in the trilogy, this was the best one. I liked that it didn't end easily, and even when I thought it was over Ravenpaw had even more challenges to face - or were they to fill the last few pages, who knows? Either way I've long since held the opinion that we didn't need to hear about Ravenpaw beyond what we got in the books, so reading these is really just something a hard-core Ravenpaw fan will do to be self-indulgent. As for myself I'm just low key mad t I will agree that out of the three books in the trilogy, this was the best one. I liked that it didn't end easily, and even when I thought it was over Ravenpaw had even more challenges to face - or were they to fill the last few pages, who knows? Either way I've long since held the opinion that we didn't need to hear about Ravenpaw beyond what we got in the books, so reading these is really just something a hard-core Ravenpaw fan will do to be self-indulgent. As for myself I'm just low key mad that the perfect chance for same-sex relationship representation is completely glossed over. Ravenpaw friendzones himself like 40 times in this trilogy.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Roger Royer

    The final and best book in this trilogy is one about learning that sometimes family is what you make not what you are born into. It also teaches you to be careful about letting your own blood get in the way when doing something that is right and good. Just an amazing read and I am so glad that the series is out there for others.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lara Vehar

    This one was just great too. Seeing Firestar and the rest of the Thunderclan help Barley and Ravenpaw take back their home was great and seeing Barley fight and then stand up to his brothers was great too.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Joanna

    Nice

  12. 4 out of 5

    CatDemon

    it was cool i love ravenpaw

  13. 5 out of 5

    Campbell Rose

    Oh my gosh Ravenpaw and Barley are so cute and so was this book and I love it and ahhhh adorableness and suspense

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle L

    4.5/5 stars

  15. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was a perfect ending to a wonderful trilogy! I was glad to see Barley really grow as a character, and that he and Ravenpaw got the happy ending they deserved.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Krys

    4.25 stars

  17. 5 out of 5

    Holly Stone

    My second Manga I really like the quick reading time and the obvious love for her subject Ms. Hunter puts into her writing.

  18. 4 out of 5

    lenita

    Ravenpaw definitely has a heart of a warrior. It was good to see Thunderclan helping him.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Taco

    So satisfying to finish the series after so long.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Simpson

    The finale in Ravenpaw's Path, and it gets very intense. You just gotta read it and find out what happens! The finale in Ravenpaw's Path, and it gets very intense. You just gotta read it and find out what happens!

  21. 4 out of 5

    TreeSpright

    This one is about getting things back to the status quo, but also Barley learns to stand up for himself a little.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Melody

    A satisfying end to this trilogy. Ravenpaw is one of my favourite characters, and it is sad that we don't get to see him too much in the main series. A satisfying end to this trilogy. Ravenpaw is one of my favourite characters, and it is sad that we don't get to see him too much in the main series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Historyprincess

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Premise: Now that Ravenpaw and his best friend Barley have helped ThunderClan ensure that BloodClan will never be a threat to the forest cats again, Firestar is now more than willing to return the favor and help the pair of toms reclaim their own home on the farm. But it quickly becomes clear that victory will not be as easy to achieve as they thought. Though he left ThunderClan before he could complete his training and receive a new name, the time has come for Ravenpaw to prove that he can be j Premise: Now that Ravenpaw and his best friend Barley have helped ThunderClan ensure that BloodClan will never be a threat to the forest cats again, Firestar is now more than willing to return the favor and help the pair of toms reclaim their own home on the farm. But it quickly becomes clear that victory will not be as easy to achieve as they thought. Though he left ThunderClan before he could complete his training and receive a new name, the time has come for Ravenpaw to prove that he can be just as much of a warrior as any Clanborn cat. Story/Writing: What a trilogy this has been! I read it all in one day and I'm glad I did! Not only was there plenty of action, but still plenty more surprises in store! It also once more proves that what truly makes the series work is not just the action, not even just the buildup to the action, but the characters and how they grow and mature, as well as interact with each other. I wasn't expecting the second-half of this book to be the way it was, but I still really liked it and thought it fit very well with the mood and themes that the previous volumes set up. It feels like a homecoming for our two heroes, and even for us, given that we in a way have experienced this long but satisfying journey with them. It may be rough, but sometimes temporarily losing something or someone can make you value them all the more and not take them for granted. Artwork: Once again, the artwork is stunning. I really liked the way the character's expressions matched their moods and reactions. I loved this one part where Ravenpaw tells Willie off, and he just looks awesome! I also like the way color was used in this particular volume. Even though Ravenpaw and Barley win their home back, I like the use of grays and browns and ugly-looking yellows to show that they still have plenty of work to do to restore it. Not to mention, it complements the fact that they have to restore their friendship as well, 'cause once they do start to restore both that and their home, the bright and vibrant colors come back. And as a result, we get that gorgeous picture of the farm at the end! Truly reminds us that there's no place like home. Ravenpaw and Barley – I liked how both Ravenpaw and Barley kind of got an equal amount of character development in this volume. I mean, yes, the trilogy is called "Ravenpaw's Path" and Ravenpaw is the main character. He's the one telling the story. But whereas the first one was mostly about Ravenpaw and the second one was more about Barley, the character development of both felt pretty even here. I'll admit I was rooting particularly for Ravenpaw, because at first he seemed more willing to fight for his home than Barley. Not to knock on Barley at all, but I digress. I liked Ravenpaw's speech to the Clan cats, showing that, while he can be nervous and soft-spoken compared with Firestar and Graystripe, he has a fair amount of leadership skills, even if he doesn't think so. And I loved the part where he stands up to Willie and puts his paw down, telling him that he will defend his home to the death! That was just awesome! As for Barley, I liked that he had to go through this sort of inner journey to realize that loyalty to friends can trump loyalty to kin. I mean, yeah, these are his brothers. Of course he loves them, but blood isn't always thicker than water. Various Other Characters – I'm gonna focus particularly on Hoot and Jumper. I will admit, I did think it was a little weird at first that they were drawn identically. Then again, they kind of act identically as well. And that just made it twice as bad for Ravenpaw! I felt just as frustrated as he did, even if he didn't want to cause Barley any more unnecessary trouble. But yeah, while Hoot and Jumper may have appeared menacing when they first appeared in the second volume, here, they're ultimately shown for what they are: a couple of mouse-brained, cowardly, pathetic slobs. Mind the way you treat your siblings kids! Treat them wrong, and that might come back some day to get you in a really bad spot. Overall: This was a spectacular concluding volume of a spectacular trilogy of graphic novels. They all feel part of the Warriors canon with the Erin Hunter team's storytelling all over it, simply in a different format. I highly recommend this to any fan of the series, and even a non-fan who just likes graphic novels. Sure, the characters may be talking cats, but they're some of my favorite fictional talking cats ever!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Warriors - Ravenpaw's Path: The Heart of a Warrior (Ravenpaw's Path Book 3) Summary: Ravenpaw and Barley helped their friends in ThunderClan defeat the vicious BloodClan cats in Twolegplace. Now they're ready to fight to reclaim their home on the farm. Firestar has promised to send a warrior patrol to assist them, but Ravenpaw worries that it won't be enough to chase out the invaders. He knows that he must find his courage and fight like a warrior - or lose his home forever. MY OPINION As Barley a Warriors - Ravenpaw's Path: The Heart of a Warrior (Ravenpaw's Path Book 3) Summary: Ravenpaw and Barley helped their friends in ThunderClan defeat the vicious BloodClan cats in Twolegplace. Now they're ready to fight to reclaim their home on the farm. Firestar has promised to send a warrior patrol to assist them, but Ravenpaw worries that it won't be enough to chase out the invaders. He knows that he must find his courage and fight like a warrior - or lose his home forever. MY OPINION As Barley and Ravenpaw fight alongside ThunderClan to take back the farm, they run into a few more problems than they expected. There are even more cats than before - many of them BloodClan. But with the help of ThunderClan and the dogs, the rogue are chased away. But when Barley allows his brothers to stay at the farm a rift grows between him and Ravenpaw. Will Ravenpaw be forced to find a new home after all? Quote: "The chickens don't like the rogues... Willie and his crew killed some of their chicks right before we left."

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sparks

    I decided to read 'the heart of a warrior' because I had already read the other two parts to Ravenpaw's Path and wanted to know how it ended. This is one of the warrior manga adventurer novels which are usually in three parts except for 'The rise of Scourge' which was a stand alone installment. I liked this book because it finishes up the story of Ravenpaw taking bake the farm from the rogues that stole it from him bake in book one. But I didn't like how it mostly felt like a filler because it d I decided to read 'the heart of a warrior' because I had already read the other two parts to Ravenpaw's Path and wanted to know how it ended. This is one of the warrior manga adventurer novels which are usually in three parts except for 'The rise of Scourge' which was a stand alone installment. I liked this book because it finishes up the story of Ravenpaw taking bake the farm from the rogues that stole it from him bake in book one. But I didn't like how it mostly felt like a filler because it doesn't really have much significance to the rest of the warrior saga. Still I would recommend this book mostly to people that have already read parts one and two and would like to know how the story ends. But I would also recommend this short series to any Warrior fan that liked Ravenpaw as a character and who wanted to know what happened to him in between the first and second Warrior series.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dolly

    This is the third 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 third 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.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Lynn

    In this book, Ravenpaw and his friend Barley have been chased out of the barn which they call home. Aided by the cats of Thunderclan, Ravenpaw and Barley fight off the rogues that drove them out of their home in the first place. Barley's brothers live with them for a while until Barley kicks them out for being lazy and not loyal. This was the first graphic novel that I have ever read, and it was so weird to me. I felt like it was trying too hard to be dramatic, when really, it's a book about cats In this book, Ravenpaw and his friend Barley have been chased out of the barn which they call home. Aided by the cats of Thunderclan, Ravenpaw and Barley fight off the rogues that drove them out of their home in the first place. Barley's brothers live with them for a while until Barley kicks them out for being lazy and not loyal. This was the first graphic novel that I have ever read, and it was so weird to me. I felt like it was trying too hard to be dramatic, when really, it's a book about cats fighting for their home. I don't have any other graphic novel to compare it to, but I did read the novel-type equivalent series when I was younger. I just simply thought it was weird.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Erma Talamante

    I am fairly new to the Warriors series, though my son is not. As part of my continual effort to keep up with my kids' interests, I decided to read one of my son's library books before I returned it. This is part of the Manga series, so it was a fairly quick read. It is the final chapter of this set, and although I didn't have any reference for what had happened before, the story kept moving forward, making minimal, passing references to events that had happened previously. I liked this, as I foun I am fairly new to the Warriors series, though my son is not. As part of my continual effort to keep up with my kids' interests, I decided to read one of my son's library books before I returned it. This is part of the Manga series, so it was a fairly quick read. It is the final chapter of this set, and although I didn't have any reference for what had happened before, the story kept moving forward, making minimal, passing references to events that had happened previously. I liked this, as I found I wasn't lost, nor bogged down in backstory. Read the full review here: https://ermareads.wordpress.com/graph...

  29. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn

    Ravenpaw and Barley are ready to go back to their barn with a patrol of ThunderClan warriors in tow. The plan is simple: chase the rogues out of the barn. Sadly, nothing ever goes quite at planned. The rogues in the barn have increased in number, including a couple of familiar faces. Barley's brothers. This series has 3 volumes. This series also comes in an omnibus: Ravenpaw's Path Ravenpaw and Barley are ready to go back to their barn with a patrol of ThunderClan warriors in tow. The plan is simple: chase the rogues out of the barn. Sadly, nothing ever goes quite at planned. The rogues in the barn have increased in number, including a couple of familiar faces. Barley's brothers. This series has 3 volumes. This series also comes in an omnibus: Ravenpaw's Path

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mariah

    I havent read it yet but I cant wait till I own a copy, its the third book in the RavenPaw's Path series and I have read the first two books, they always ends in suspences, and leaves you hanging, I think that this book had came out, and if it did I am going to buy it and read it,for now this is the review. I hope that people that like warriors read this wonderful graphic novel, and enjoy it. I havent read it yet but I cant wait till I own a copy, its the third book in the RavenPaw's Path series and I have read the first two books, they always ends in suspences, and leaves you hanging, I think that this book had came out, and if it did I am going to buy it and read it,for now this is the review. I hope that people that like warriors read this wonderful graphic novel, and enjoy it.

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