I love to sleep in during the weekend; I love animals and food.
My favorite part of this book is the cats of two clans were in a battle. The cats of both clans lost cats and died. They wanted victory, but then a medicine cat arrived and stopped the fight, because you don’t need to kill to have victory in a fight. But the part that matters is they didn’t need to kill cats to win that battle. So the cats made a code that killing is not used to win a fight. Killing is only used if needed in a big fight or a big conflict between two or more clans. Also the life lesson is to wait for life’s adventures and be ready in whatever might happen. Being fearless is the number one thing in a warrior cats life. Also being there and being loyal to the clan and ready to fight any battle is a key value. This book is filled with battle and action. It’s blown with tons of mysteries and fights that haven’t been fought.
The great part of this book is all the fights and conflicts that happen. When Starclan sides with the clans there’s always a hint of magic and power in it. Any adventurous person ready for a fight to surprise the person would love this book and even the series. The magic draws the reader to want more from the book. The best place to start is here: Warriors: Battles of the Clans by Erin Hunter