Bonjour, mes amies! My name’s Katie, but online, I prefer to be called Cat. In a nutshell, I like to create cute, cartoony art.
Warriors: Firestar's Quest CritiqueAfter reading the first series, it was cool to watch Firestar teach all he had learned about the warrior code to cats who have never even heard of it, in his own super edition, Firestar’s Quest. Let’s jump right in. The beginning of the book is alright. We get a little insight as to what’s been going on since BloodClan left the forest. A little slow, but you can’t really do much about that because Firestar needs to learn about his quest somehow. Firestar continuously has visions of cats running away, and one creepy cat that kinda stares at him for a while until he finally decides to talk to him. This cat is Cloudstar, SkyClan’s leader at the time when the Clan was lost. SkyClan was tragically forced to leave their home when the Twolegs built Twolegplace over it, so the other Clans decide to help them by generously redefining their borders like good-hearted characters would do. Hahaha, just kidding! ThunderClan, RiverClan, ShadowClan, and WindClan refuse toWarriors: Firestar's Quest Critique by Catatouille101
Warriors: Series One CritiqueHeya guys! A month ago I critiqued one of my former favorite Warriors books, Bluestar’s Prophecy, where I announced I’d be re-reading the first series. And guess what? I DID IT – and I’ve got some things to say. I’ll go through each book and give some quick thoughts on each, and then give my overall opinion after that.Warriors: Series One Critique by Catatouille101
The series starts with Into the Wild, which, in my opinion, is probably the best book in the first series. We get to invest ourselves in this awesome world of wild cats, having no idea what to expect going in, much like Rusty/Firepaw, the protagonist. Firepaw faces prejudice from many of the cats in ThunderClan, making him strive to become the best warrior possible and prove to them that a kittypet can be just as loyal and brave as any wildborn cat, which I think is a great message! The book had a clear focus throughout. As Firepaw trains to become a warrior of ThunderClan, he also starts to suspect that the deputy, Tigerclaw, has dangerous