Daylight4449, December 29, 2008 (view all comments by Daylight4449)
This book is very good! The series is great for any cat lover. The dialogue uses cat language; hissed, growled, purred instead of using words like said angrily, talked, etc. You are dropped into a world of four cat clans in the forest. Their rivalries over territories and customs. It is written in the eyes of Fireheart a Thunder Clan warrior.The fighting scenes are very descriptive. I hate it when the fights scenes do not conclude with the chapter. I HAVE TO read more....
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cloudkit, July 5, 2008 (view all comments by cloudkit)
whats up?Are you going to read fire and ice to?Well you should!Know why,because its.................
Awsome!well,bye im going too go read it again!yah lets read!
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Thunderclan24, November 6, 2006 (view all comments by Thunderclan24)
This one was one of my favourite warrior cats book from the series. It has loads of good descriptions for example at the beginning when Fireheart and Graystripe have their vigil and have to stay awake and guard the camp while the others sleep. It also has plenty of good battles.
In conclusion you should read Fire and Ice more often.
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the warriorcat lover, October 30, 2006 (view all comments by the warriorcat lover)
I think warriorcats fire and ice is one of the best of the books in the series yet.The describing words that are used in the book are brilliant.My favourite bit of the book is the vidual of where firepaw become's a warrior.
I cant wait till the next books come out.
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"Characters remain true to their feline natures, adding to the plausibility of events in this tension-filled story. Readers will be happy to learn that another episode is in the works."
"[A] fast-paced animal adventure....Recommend this series to fans of animal fantasies such as Redwall and Dark Portal."
by Kirkus Reviews,
"Hunter ratchets up the tension....With enough backstory for newcomers to find their way, established fans will be on edge for the next title."
by School Library Journal,
"The characterizations of the animals are somewhat flat, although it is possible to tell them apart, and the plot's twists and turns seem mapped out and predictable."
by Children's Literature,
"The story is flat, repetitious, much too long, and in the end unsatisfying except perhaps to devoted cat lovers or readers who revel in invented worlds."
by Harper Collins,
Fireheart is a ThunderClan warrior cat now, but danger still lurks in the forest — and possibly closer than he thinks. With the chill of winter setting in, the cats of rival RiverClan are growing restless, while WindClan is weak and facing threats from all sides.
As tensions build to an explosive climax, Fireheart faces not only imminent battle, but betrayal from within his own Clan.
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