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Warriors: Tigerclaw's Fury
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Warriors: Tigerclaw's Fury [Kindle Edition]

Erin Hunter

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In this seventy-five-page novella from the world of Erin Hunter's #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series, discover the story behind Tigerclaw's rise to power as leader of ShadowClan. Cast out of ThunderClan as a traitor, Tigerclaw will not rest until he has his revenge on Bluestar, Fireheart, and the rest of his former Clanmates. But first he must become Tigerstar of ShadowClan. . . .

Readers will be thrilled at this look into the ruthless heart of one of the most infamous cats in the Warriors series. Warriors: Tigerclaw's Fury also includes teaser chapters of Warriors: Leafpool's Wish and Dawn of the Clans #1: The Sun Trail.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3132 KB
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (Jan. 28 2014)
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers CA
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DB3D6EK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,596 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Amazing... Again??? Feb. 5 2014
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This book, by far, has to be one of my favorite short Warriors stories. These stories are really meant as an explanation to a reader, and did this one pull that off! It made perfect sense why this (previously) cunning, idiotic, savage Tigerclaw/star did what he did. The other thing I liked in this story was that it was from the 'bad guy', which is unusual (for now) considering the previous short stories are centered on people who are 'good' more or less. But now the only part I dislike in this book is the appearance of Mapleshade, AGAIN. Please do not read on for there is a SPOILER ALERT unless you have read all of the Omen of the Stars (OOTS) series and the super edition: Crookedstar's Promise (CP). The occurrence of Mapleshade in CP was perfectly acceptable, and was, in a sort of way, another short story for Mapleshade. But perfect pre-story for OOTS. But another time for Mapleshade? REALLY? This is where I think it got a bit desperate, if you ask me. I would be fine if that voice in his head was a conscience, but not a cat from The Places Of No Stars! Mapleshade didn't need to be repeated again. For crying out loud, it could've been Thistleclaw, for we know he ends up there. That would make much more sense. But Mapleshade, AGAIN? It's too much. But really, great book besides that. I suggest this to all cats (oops, people) who have read the entire first series. May StarClan light your path...
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good read Feb. 26 2014
By Husky Lover 152 - Published on
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It did answer a few questions about Tigerclaw but it was kind of old. I would still read it though.
It starts with Tigerdclaw being banished from ThunderClan and how he has to nurse his belly wound back to health. He then finds the rest of his rogue group and they move to the outskirts of ShawdowClan territory. He and his group make friends with ShawdowClan during their great sickness. It explains who made Tigerclaw so evil, Mapleshade. Then Nightstar dies and Jaggedtooth fakes an omen so ShawdowClan chooses Tigerclaw as their leader. It ends with that.
It was a good book. If you like Warriors read this!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Feb. 26 2014
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This book was totally epic! I've always wanted to know what tigerstar felt as he became leader. But I'm a bit disappointed.
I was hoping for the book to be longer, so that I could read all of it, it was a little upsetting.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Sauce Feb. 22 2014
By Katy - Published on
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I loved it! I've been wishing for a book about Tigerclaw or Tigerstar for EVER! Thanks for this book! But I hope they write one with Tigerstars leadership, all the way till he is killed. I hope these books last till I die. Love u Erin Hunter!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fleshing out the Warrior's World March 2 2014
By Dan H Winters - Published on
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All series come to an end. At least they drop to a lower level of interest than that with which they started. By no means did the final Harry Potter episodes have the same impact as did the first. Think also of Rita Mae Brown's "Mrs. Murphy", and Shirley Rousseau Murphy's "Joe Grey." Lillian Jackson Braun had killed just about everyone and burned down just about everything she could by the end of the "Cat Who" series. Carole Nelson Douglas has kept the "Midnight Louie" series fresh with a strong on-going plot and a promised end that stays within sight. Erin Hunter, the four lady entity, has kept the Warrior series alive and healthy by fleshing out various characters we came to know in the 24 books of the first four series. In those books we knew of Crookedstar, but we didn't know him. The same was true of Mistystar, Tallstar and others. By telling a more detailed story of each, it is like fitting another pieace into a jigsaw puzzle. With each additional piece, the whole great story becomes more complete and, I think more enjoyable, particularly with a rereading. But Tigerstar's story was especially interesting because he was the "bad guy." How could we find his story to be enjoyable? We do because we still detest him, but now we understand his warped set of values and over-riding ambition. His story is a proper addition to the "Big Story" and it answers some questions of which we didn't realize we wanted answers.

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