A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter's #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series In the second book of the Tigerstar & Sasha manga arc, a kittypet named Sasha searches for a new home--and wonders if she might find it with ShadowClan and its leader, Tigerstar, during the events of the Warriors: The Prophecies Begin series.Read more...
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A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter's #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series In the second book of the Tigerstar & Sasha manga arc, a kittypet named Sasha searches for a new home--and wonders if she might find it with ShadowClan and its leader, Tigerstar, during the events of the Warriors: The Prophecies Begin series.
Sasha has decided to forge a life outside of the Clans and away from Tigerstar's evil plans. But life as a rogue is much harder than she expects, and Sasha soon starts to lose hope. Will she be forced to wander alone forever, scrapping for every meal and fighting with the cruel, territorial cats who dwell in the alleys of Twolegplace?
- ISBN-13: 9780061547935
- ISBN-10: 006154793X
- Publisher: HarperCollins
- Publish Date: January 2009
- Page Count: 112
- Reading Level: Ages 8-12
- Dimensions: 7.46 x 5 x 0.39 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.24 pounds
Series: Warriors: Tigerstar & Sasha #2
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page 47.
- Review Date: 2009-01-19
- Reviewer: Staff
This manga—the fifth based on Hunter's immensely popular children's series—follows the adventures of the cat Sasha after she leaves the Tigerclan, horrified by Tigerstar's growing violence; it picks up where Warriors: Tigerstar and Sasha left off. Sasha wrestles with whether she should return to live among the “housefolk” or make a life for herself in the forest. Her travels take her to dangerous city streets, the suburbs and a boat, and allow her to make new friends. Along the way, she learns to value herself and trust her instincts. Hudson's artwork brings Sasha's emotional journey to life, showing each moment of fear, anxiety, contentment and joy. The cat's-eye perspective of many of the panels, in addition, add a dramatic, energizing element to the book. Jolley's story breaks no new ground, but he offers a nicely paced tale that should resonate with young adult readers struggling to find their own place in the world, as well as cat fanciers of any age. Girls may especially benefit from reading about Sasha's decision to walk away from the powerful Tigerstar. A twist at the end will leave fans eager for the next installment of Sasha's saga. (Jan.)