Warriors: Warrior's Refuge

Warriors Warrior s Refuge Graystripe and Millie s journey to find ThunderClan has only just begun when the pair is faced with a series of obstacles that seem insurmountable Getting out of Twolegplace alive isn t nearly as simp

  • Title: Warriors: Warrior's Refuge
  • Author: Erin Hunter James L. Barry
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Graystripe and Millie s journey to find ThunderClan has only just begun when the pair is faced with a series of obstacles that seem insurmountable Getting out of Twolegplace alive isn t nearly as simple as expected, and Millie s unfamiliarity with life in the wild makes it a challenge for Graystripe to keep them both moving forward But just when a temporary refuge is inGraystripe and Millie s journey to find ThunderClan has only just begun when the pair is faced with a series of obstacles that seem insurmountable Getting out of Twolegplace alive isn t nearly as simple as expected, and Millie s unfamiliarity with life in the wild makes it a challenge for Graystripe to keep them both moving forward But just when a temporary refuge is in sight, conflict with a tribe of barn cats threatens to break the travelers apart for good

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    1. When Graystripe and Millie reach ThunderClan's forest home, he realizes all of the Clan's homes have been destroyed.Graystripe and Millie's journey to find ThunderClan has only just begun when the pair comes into conflict with a tribe of barn cats that threatens to break the travelers apart for good. This second book in the Warriors manga trilogy will tantalize fans of the popular Japanese comic book format.

    2. Kittypet Millie speaks Dog! Who knew? That seems like a very useful talent for a cat to have.(Do a German Shepherd and a French Poodle have different accents?)

    3. This one I feel was unnecessary. It sort of just dragged on and on and I felt that they could have made the trilogy of Graystripe's journey into just two separate moderately sized comic books (in a perfect "my world" they would have just been normal books) by putting a dumbed down version of the first half of this book at the end of the first one and a dumbed down second half of this book at the beginning of the third one. But than again what do I know about making comic books uh? I mean I liter [...]

    4. This is the second book in the GrayStripe Manga series and I thought it was great! I liked it as much as the first book and I'll defiantly be reading the third book: Warrior's return. I'm starting to really enjoy graphic novels and I'll be reading more of the, in the future.I would recommend this for 9+

    5. This book continues the comics story of Greystripe, now joined by a house cat named Millie, as he looks to return to the forest and his tribe, Thunderclan. In this one, they escape the suburbs for the farmland on their way to the forest, and the story is divisible into two parts: the vicissitudes of life on the road, and then their time spent holed up at a farm. Life on the road is hard, though the expression "on the road" isn't accurate: they're traveling across country and only occasionally cr [...]

    6. Warriors - Graystripe Trilogy: Warrior's Refuge (Graystripe Trilogy Book 2) Summary: Graystripe and Millie's journey to find ThunderClan has only just begun when the pair is faced with a series of obstacles that seem insurmountable. Getting out of Twolegplace alive isn't nearly as simple as expected, and Millie's unfamiliarity with life in the wild makes it a challenge for Graystripe to keep them both moving forward. But just when a temporary refuge is in sight, conflict with a tribe of barn cat [...]

    7. This is the second book in the Graystripe's Trilogy series of manga/graphic novels which details the journey Graystripe took from the time he was cat-napped from the Two-leg place on the rescue mission to save other clan cats until the time that he is reunited with the clans. It shows how he and Millie get together and how their relationship developed. This is an entertaining story and gives the reader more background about Graystripe's experiences away from the clans that we'd never read about [...]

    8. Graystripe and Millie end up on a farm with cats who have been kicked out of their home by new owners when old ones died. They don't like cats and sic their dogs on them. Millie saves Graystripe from the dogs by talking to them and telling them to go away and they actually do so they are actually pretty nice dogs. Millie teaches the barn cats to talk to the dogs. Then Graystripe saves the little girl from falling into the pond by acting all sweet. The parents see it and they change their attitud [...]

    9. The 2nd manga volume of Greystripe and Millie's journey. I liked the art a lot. All of the cats were very distinguishable and individual looking, and, might I add, very cute! ^-^ It also had way more detailed scenery and backgrounds than one usually finds in Japanese manga, which was very pleasing. It was a very fun read, although it might spoilerific if you haven't read the first series of Warriors books. I recommend it to anyone-but especially fans of manga/comics, cats, or Warriors. It says a [...]

    10. I don't remember when I exactly read this manga but it was this year so my Date finished is going to be set for today as a result of this.I was given the set by a friend of mine who no longer wanted themI won't say no to a free book(s)I just took forever to actually read them.All the books in this mini series (of 3) are cute and the stories are good tooNothing outstanding but for a light nights read it's worth it if you're a fan of the Warriors series or just curious.

    11. Another great short read! This second volume of the Graystripe mangas was great and I loved reading it. It was a great sequel to it's predecessor in the series; there was a definite sense of continuation and the events which ensued within were really powerful and moving. I especially liked the way in which Millie's decision to leave the kittypet life behind was handled and also the ending - that ending makes me yearn to read the final piece in the trilogy. I'll have to buy it!

    12. This book was ok because I don't really like comic books, but I read it to try and see, so if I liked them I would have read more of them. I liked it because it was about cats. I also liked it because it was kind of funny. The book makes you almost know how a cat feels about dogs. Although, I haven't read the other books in the Warrior's series.

    13. Not the greatest, and I definitely would have preferred the story in these three volumes to be told in a novel format rather than graphic novel format. Still, it's nice to get the story of Graystripe after he was captured. I didn't go in expecting much from these and wasn't surprised by them at all.

    14. A quick read that sticks to the Warriors feel. The art is cute and well done. This story can be divided in to two different parts. Part one is when Graystripe and Millie are traveling and have to cross thunderpaths. Part two consists of their temporary stay at a farm with some farm cats and the troubles they face there.

    15. Geystripe has already conviced millie and they are jurneying to find the forest and lost clans.when millie and greystripe run into a big cornfeild, they seeked shelter in a barn when millie's eyes got scratched by cornleavese cats in the barn aren't that welcoming.Will greystripe and millie be welcomed there?

    16. Millie is so sweet in this graphic novel! Due to what I'd read of her in the Omen Of The Stars volume of Warriors, I wasn't exactly a big fan. But, she is an extremely likable character in this.I recommend it!

    17. Loved it! It was great to see Graystripe help some barn cats who were going through a rough time because their housefolk had died and new people were creeps. I wish more cat-haters would learn how valuable cats are as friends to humans.

    18. This is a continuation of The Lost Warrior. Graystripe, a warrior of Thunderclan, and Millie, a kittypet, head off to find the rest of his clan, but they must struggle to get out of the city. When they finally make it to their destination, more disaster, and then it ends. Darn!

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