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Product Details

  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books; Reprint edition (May 20 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060525592
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060525590
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.7 x 19.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #55,949 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From School Library Journal

Grade 5 Up-After having left his life as a kittypet, apprentice Firepaw of the ThunderClan has been given his warrior name of Fireheart and his first mission-to find the WindClan and assist them back to their traditional hunting grounds. While he and his friend Graystripe are successful in their quest, Fireheart knows that trouble is brewing, and he isn't sure that the ThunderClan's deputy can be trusted. As events escalate, a warrior from RiverClan is accidentally killed, an apprentice is injured, and Fireheart brings into the Clan a kittypet kitten-his nephew-without thinking of the consequences. Finally, he must decide who to trust and who to fight. Readers not familiar with the first book may find this one hard to follow. Hunter provides a directory that tells which cats are in which clans, but it is cumbersome to flip back and forth. 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. Librarians with a readership for Into the Wild (HarperCollins, 2003) will probably want this volume; others can pass.
Lisa Prolman, Greenfield Public Library, MA
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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Gr. 6-9. Firepaw, the former kittypet who became a ThunderClan warrior in Into the Wild [BKL F 15 03], faces danger and treachery within and without his clan as he struggles with his identity. Because some clan members refuse to accept him, he feels like an outsider. Also, it appears that ShadowClan and RiverClan are forming an alliance to usurp land belonging to the displaced WindClan. ThunderClan's leader sends Firepaw and his friend Graystripe to lead WindClan back to its home, but intrigue among the clans and among individuals within them spells trouble for Firepaw. 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. Sally Estes
Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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By A Customer on June 10 2004
Format: Paperback
Firepaw, now a fully fledged warrior, is back for more. His best friend, now Graystripe, joins him in warrior duties. Together they find WindClan and bring them home (Hint: Along the way they meet a long-lost friend). Also, Fireheart and Graystripe get apprentices. Fireheart is overwhelmed with training the she-cat apprentice, Cinderpaw, and trying to convince Bluestar of Tigerclaw's treachory. As a result of Cinderpaw's eagerness, Graystripe nearly drowns in the river. A silver she-cat, Silverstream, rescues him, which leads to love. As Fireheart gets more and more frustrated with Graystripe's breaking of the warrior code, he feels extremely lonely with his best friend turned against him. Meanwhile, Fireheart finds his long-lost sister, who is about to start her kitting. After a horrible accident, Cinderpaw is nearly trampled to death. Fireheart's sister, Princess, hears the sadness in his voice, and gives Fireheart her first-born kit to take back to ThunderClan. He took the kit back, and ThunderClan almost denied the kit a home because of the greencough and whitecough sickness raging through the camp. The kit is named Cloudkit, and remains with ThunderClan. As Fireheart and Graystripe try to find where their loyalty lies, a battle is creeping up on them. At the end, Graystripe forgives Fireheart for letting Silverstream go in the battle. Tigerclaw, unfortunately, also saw Fireheart let the she-cat go, and is now watching Fireheart with hatred and mistrust. Will Fireheart reveal the truth about the evil deputy? READ THE DARN BOOK!
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By Melissa Heus on March 13 2004
Format: Hardcover
I picked up the first book a couple days ago beayse I felt I should read a variaty of books including books with animals as the main characters. So I therefore bought the first book - and was pleasently supprised. So I bought the sequal the next day and I'm glad I did. I thought the first one was good and I should continue reading the series to have something to read. But this is so much better than I thought! I thought that this was a really good book even though two things really annoyed me.
First let me tell you what this book is about:
Fireheart is a new warrior in the Clan. And the Clan really needs some new warriors. The rivilaries between the tribes are growing feircer. And there's still that one question: Where's WindClan?
But that's not the only problem. Loyalities have began to switch. Fireheart became reunited with his long last sister. And she's pregnet. And that's not all! Here's the coolest part: Fireheart gets an apprentice! Oh! And I almost forgot! There's a member of the Clan... who cannot be trusted... dun, dun, dun...
And the Clan needs all teh trustworthy warriors they can have especially since NoLeaf (winter) is coming and there are new kits to feed...
There are two things that annoyed me in the book: One thing is that the secret of Tigerclaw still lingers on throughout this book and it still wasn't solved. Also. I wont give away the plot but... the author does something which makes me so mad at him! You'll see when you read it. WHICH YOU WILL! ITs a good book! Go out and get it. Hard covers worth it.
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Format: Hardcover
Firepaw is a warrior now, but things are just beginning! First, Fireheart(Firepaw's new name) and his best friend, Graystripe(Graypaw's warrior name), go on their first mission. A while later, there's another attack, and relations between ThunderClan and RiverClan are not good. A lot more things happen, but you're just going to have to read this book for yourself. (Sneak peek:Something awful happens to an apprentice.)
This book is just as good as the other, and more well-written. However, the twists and turns are predictable, with the obvious stuff happening. There are some unpredictable things, and they are very shocking.
If you didn't like someone being enemies with Fireheart, then here's your chance. One of the cats clearly hostile to Fireheart in the first book is now beginning to have second thoughts, and by the end, they're friends. But the deputy is still mean to Fireheart, and there are some not-so-pretty rumors.
Don't miss reading Fire and Ice for the world!!!
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Format: Hardcover
This, the second book in the Warriors series, continues the saga of Fireheart, an orange cat who escaped his human home, joined ThunderClan, one of four clans of feral cats, and became a warrior. Accepted by most but still disliked by some,(Tigerclaw, Longtail, and Dustpaw) Fireheart and his friend Graystripe are sent on a mission by Bluestar, the Clan leader, to find WindClan, who were driven out by the hostile ShadowClan. Once they return(I won't say what happens)things begin to get worse in camp. On their way back to their Clan, the two warriors get into a battle with RiverClan, and a cat is killed when he is thrown over a cliff by accident. Needless to say, RiverClan is not happy. As the plot goes on, trouble stews with sickness in camp, Fireheart's first apprentice, Graystripe's growing love for a RiverClan cat, and Fireheart's discovery of a very familiar cat. When he brings home a white kit, he is ridiculed even more. Failing to persuade Graystripe to stop seeing the RiverClan cat, the two friends' closeness begins to deteriorate. But when rogue cats attack the camp, with Fireheart the only warrior, and soon afterwards a joint attack on WindClan by Shadow- and RiverClan, Fireheart discovers that he cannot trust everyone.
I quite enjoyed Fire and Ice, and have only one complaint. I wish to point out that I disapprove of Erin Hunter implying that all lost cats could make their way in a colony of feral cats. There is little to no chance of a cat finding a colony, much less being accepted. However, that sad fact takes away none of the enjoyment of a good story, providing you understand it's fiction. I don't think that's worth taking away a star, though. That being said, I am looking forward to the next books, Forest of Secrets, Rising Storm, and hopeful sequels.
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