Title: Warriors: Into the Wild
Author: Erin Hunter
Read by: MacLeod Andrews
Publisher: HarperCollins - HarperAudio
Length: Approximately 7 hours and 29 minutes
Source: Overdrive through the Kewaunee Public Library
My fourteen-year-old son, Kile, has been obsessed with the Warrior series for the past four years. Years ago, I read the first two books and enjoyed them. When I heard there was now an audiobook version, I thought this would be a good audiobook to listen to on a family trip. Kile was very happy to listen to the audiobook and share the story with his family.
Rusty is a housecat who longs for something more. He discovers wild cats in the wood outside of his home and joins their clan, renamed Firepaw. He learns the way of the clan and soon figures out that there is a threat to the clan from within. Will Firepaw be able to save his clan?
My fourteen and twelve-year-old sons were into the story, but my 9-year-old daughter was not captivated by it. She listened to it at times, but it did not capture her imagination. Kile and I both agreed that we preferred reading the book rather than listening to it, but it was interesting. Warning, there is cat violence and death in this book which would make it not for younger listeners.
The narrator did a good job of having a different voice for each of the characters. The way he interpreted the characters kept us very entertained on the journey.
Overall, Warriors: Into the Wild is an action adventure that entertained our family on a recent trip. The narrator had great voices for the characters.