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Now the truth can be revealed Look within to find: The mystical origins and secret legends of the Clans. An insiders' tour of the Clan camps and territories. The histories and characters of each Clan, and information about their leaders and medicine cats. Knowledge of cats outside the Clans. The tenets of the warrior code. Prophecies and omens, and how they have been fulfilled. An Now the truth can be revealed Look within to find: The mystical origins and secret legends of the Clans. An insiders' tour of the Clan camps and territories. The histories and characters of each Clan, and information about their leaders and medicine cats. Knowledge of cats outside the Clans. The tenets of the warrior code. Prophecies and omens, and how they have been fulfilled. And many more truths about the secrets, beliefs, and daily lives of the cats of the Clans.


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Now the truth can be revealed Look within to find: The mystical origins and secret legends of the Clans. An insiders' tour of the Clan camps and territories. The histories and characters of each Clan, and information about their leaders and medicine cats. Knowledge of cats outside the Clans. The tenets of the warrior code. Prophecies and omens, and how they have been fulfilled. An Now the truth can be revealed Look within to find: The mystical origins and secret legends of the Clans. An insiders' tour of the Clan camps and territories. The histories and characters of each Clan, and information about their leaders and medicine cats. Knowledge of cats outside the Clans. The tenets of the warrior code. Prophecies and omens, and how they have been fulfilled. And many more truths about the secrets, beliefs, and daily lives of the cats of the Clans.

30 review for Warriors: Secrets of the Clans

  1. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book is good to read once you've read every novel in the main Warriors series up to Power of Three: The Sight. If you read it before that point, beware: you'll read a whole lot of spoilers. However, if you've read Firestar's Quest (the first Super Edition), you'll notice some major errors towards the beginning. It doesn't say anything about the fifth Clan, SkyClan. Also, if you've read Code of the Clans, there are some major errors on the "Significant Leaders" parts. It says, under the descri This book is good to read once you've read every novel in the main Warriors series up to Power of Three: The Sight. If you read it before that point, beware: you'll read a whole lot of spoilers. However, if you've read Firestar's Quest (the first Super Edition), you'll notice some major errors towards the beginning. It doesn't say anything about the fifth Clan, SkyClan. Also, if you've read Code of the Clans, there are some major errors on the "Significant Leaders" parts. It says, under the description of every Clan's first leader, that they "Worked with Thunder, Wind, Shadow, and River [always excluding the one it's talking about:] to develop the warrior code", while the truth is that the warrior code developed under the leadership of other leaders over time. The first leaders didn't come up with the warrior code all at once, and the most recent addition was added when Bluestar was a warrior of ThunderClan. Another major error is under the StarClan section. "Snowfur Speaks: A Sad, Cold Death" keeps on calling Mosskit a "he", when - if you've read Bluestar's Prophecy - Mosskit's actually a she. It also makes it seem like Bluefur actually had her kits in the forest, instead of having them in camp before bringing them out to the forest. Overall, though, this was a good book that I completely enjoyed reading.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Littlebookterror

    I liked the more educational setup of this Guide, showcasing both locations, cats, and stories of each clan. The short stories inside hit all the emotional beats but were not very well written. But it's a step up from the Code of the Clans. The editing in this book is quite bad. When apprentices are named, there are only some where there later warrior (and leader) names are listed, in other cases, they are not; without any rhyme or reason. Furthermore, Running Wind is called Windstar in Moth Fligh I liked the more educational setup of this Guide, showcasing both locations, cats, and stories of each clan. The short stories inside hit all the emotional beats but were not very well written. But it's a step up from the Code of the Clans. The editing in this book is quite bad. When apprentices are named, there are only some where there later warrior (and leader) names are listed, in other cases, they are not; without any rhyme or reason. Furthermore, Running Wind is called Windstar in Moth Flight's story despite obviously not having gained her new name. Brightpaw is also misnamed. The authors are still contradicting themselves. Why was SkyClan not listed or even mentioned with the founding of the clans? It sounds like all the cats collectively lost their memories which totally makes sense. On that note, it makes even less sense to have TigerClan, LeopardClan and LionClan. Where would these myths even come from, if not carried there by the tribe cats? But why would they feature the original territory; did they simply make them up? I did not expect this book to be so frustrating. You can also clearly see the bias towards ThunderClan. I had hoped to get more insight into the other clans, their favourite places in their territory or other interesting tidbits. Instead you get a very casual overview and a less than charming description of important members. On the hand, ThunderClans descriptions are positive and without any flaws. I also cannot believe that ThunderClan is the only clan to have prophecies. Again, I wished there was more thought that had gone into this Field Guide to actually grow their worldbuilding.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    It was an interesting guide to the world of Warriors but it spoiled a lot since I am not done with The New Prophecy series. It told me where the Clans were traveling to, although it helped me understand the clans and the cats better. I would recommend reading it after The New Prophecy series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Camille

    Secrets of the Clans is book that gives you stories not told in the Warrior Cats books. It is set throughout Warrior Cats and Warriors: The New Prophecy. So, only read this book if you have read those series. I found this interesting and fun. I especially loved the short stories from other cats (such as Yellowfang and Braveheart) as you found out things you could have never found out in the novels and if you did it wouldn't have very much detail. There were also brief summaries of the other cats Secrets of the Clans is book that gives you stories not told in the Warrior Cats books. It is set throughout Warrior Cats and Warriors: The New Prophecy. So, only read this book if you have read those series. I found this interesting and fun. I especially loved the short stories from other cats (such as Yellowfang and Braveheart) as you found out things you could have never found out in the novels and if you did it wouldn't have very much detail. There were also brief summaries of the other cats, the dangers, notable leader and medicine cats and other such things. It was a short, well written read with no commitment.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Maddie

    I love how fleshed out this world is, all the world-building, the descriptions, the backgrounds, mythologies, stories etc. It's insane! This one had such good insight into the clans! Not necessary by any means, but still interesting and such a quick read! I love how fleshed out this world is, all the world-building, the descriptions, the backgrounds, mythologies, stories etc. It's insane! This one had such good insight into the clans! Not necessary by any means, but still interesting and such a quick read!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angelina

    This book is about the secrets of the clans, the warrior code, and Firestar’s nine lives and then they had the list of significant clan leaders and medicine cats and all of that. It also makes me think about my life when I kept secrets from my family because I thought that if I did tell them, they would be very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very mad about that. Very very m This book is about the secrets of the clans, the warrior code, and Firestar’s nine lives and then they had the list of significant clan leaders and medicine cats and all of that. It also makes me think about my life when I kept secrets from my family because I thought that if I did tell them, they would be very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very mad about that. Very very mad. So I didn’t.

  7. 4 out of 5

    SallyDee

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Great book. It had info about every aspect of Warriors and it had stories that explained a lot of things. The story about Brightpaw and Swiftpaw was really good, the one about Leopardstar gave me an idea on why she joined TigerClan and Barley’s backstory had me on the edge of my seat. I loved it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    This book was AMAZING! I absolutely loved it - it's definitely my favourite of the field guides. It's interesting and full of great, varied information. It covers loads of different things that I didn't already know and is generally really, really interesting to read. I love the mini-stories in the field guides and can regularly go back to read them in my free time rather than a long book. I also find the pictures in the field guides GREAT and the quality of them is excellent. For more informatio This book was AMAZING! I absolutely loved it - it's definitely my favourite of the field guides. It's interesting and full of great, varied information. It covers loads of different things that I didn't already know and is generally really, really interesting to read. I love the mini-stories in the field guides and can regularly go back to read them in my free time rather than a long book. I also find the pictures in the field guides GREAT and the quality of them is excellent. For more information about this book and others, check out my youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/TheDougieowner

  9. 4 out of 5

    Steven

    This book is really cool! It tells you background information on all 4 Clans as well as other cats and animals too. I especially liked the part where it showed all the herbs the medicine cats use, and I like how the book was written as if you were a cat touring the forest. Only problem is it doesn't go into the other clans as much as ThunderClan. This book is really cool! It tells you background information on all 4 Clans as well as other cats and animals too. I especially liked the part where it showed all the herbs the medicine cats use, and I like how the book was written as if you were a cat touring the forest. Only problem is it doesn't go into the other clans as much as ThunderClan.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Alexa

    This was a very interesting and informative guide to the warriors books and really explained a lot of things. If you've read the warriors series, this would definitely be a good read for you. However, if you haven't or you haven't made it through The New Prophecy series, wait until you have because there are tons of spoilers. This was a very interesting and informative guide to the warriors books and really explained a lot of things. If you've read the warriors series, this would definitely be a good read for you. However, if you haven't or you haven't made it through The New Prophecy series, wait until you have because there are tons of spoilers.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

    Wow! I LOVED this book--it told me all I didn't know about the Warriors series--various myths and battle moves. I love the effect that there were different stories that were told by various cats. Read only if you've read the first two series of Warriors! Wow! I LOVED this book--it told me all I didn't know about the Warriors series--various myths and battle moves. I love the effect that there were different stories that were told by various cats. Read only if you've read the first two series of Warriors!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    This book is a great book if you are just starting to read the Warriors series, it tells tales of the greatest leaders to ever live (in my opinion). You should read this book if you have read the first book, Into the Wild.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jesse Webber

    The Warriors Encyclopedia volume I

  14. 4 out of 5

    Starry

    This is pretty good, actually. Nice and informative, although there are a few mistakes. But every book has mistakes, correct?

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ginny Churchill

    The exciting behind the scenes of the warriors saga. If you love warriors you'll love this!! The exciting behind the scenes of the warriors saga. If you love warriors you'll love this!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Zoya

    ok

  17. 5 out of 5

    Em

    WARRIORS IS AWESOME!!!!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Eris

    this book did spoil a few things but I was fine with it

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kacey

    I mainly checked this book out so I could finally understand what was in the warrior code. It looks like some of the cats in the books have forgotten bits of it, because according to this friendships between different Clans is acceptable. There was also a bit about helping kits no matter the Clan, yet there have been cats to ignore kits because they're not of the same Clan. It's no wonder I was confused about the code-- the warriors themselves don't follow it! The short stories were interesting b I mainly checked this book out so I could finally understand what was in the warrior code. It looks like some of the cats in the books have forgotten bits of it, because according to this friendships between different Clans is acceptable. There was also a bit about helping kits no matter the Clan, yet there have been cats to ignore kits because they're not of the same Clan. It's no wonder I was confused about the code-- the warriors themselves don't follow it! The short stories were interesting but far too quick for my taste. I especially wanted to know more about the tigers, leopards, and lions who used to roam the forest. I liked the stories about how the tigers got their stripes and how the adders came to haunt Snakerock. It was a little confusing at times, because the characters were referred to with different names. Brightheart was called "Brightpaw" or "Squirrelpaw" and "Squirrelflight" were used. I know this was to show different time periods, but it was easy for me to be confused and lost. Also, I feel like there is a strong bias toward Thunder Clan. This was finally an opportunity to get to know other Clans, but the "tours" seemed shorter and much more hostile. Why not have the narrative be this cat showing around a new warrior of their Clan or something? For what it was-- a short guide explaining the various Clans, giving a tour of their camps, a few brief stories-- it was good, and I liked it. I would've loved a lot more, though.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ellen

    A fun, lighthearted glimpse into the legends of the Warrior Clans. This book was way better when I was a kid. I remember being very excited when I first got it, because it was a field guide to my first fandom. However, it's cute now. Interesting to see how interconnected things are. The short stories are interesting but don't really provide anything that new. It is a decent refresher for some of the original series books and characters. I like that the early parts are written as if the reader is A fun, lighthearted glimpse into the legends of the Warrior Clans. This book was way better when I was a kid. I remember being very excited when I first got it, because it was a field guide to my first fandom. However, it's cute now. Interesting to see how interconnected things are. The short stories are interesting but don't really provide anything that new. It is a decent refresher for some of the original series books and characters. I like that the early parts are written as if the reader is a guest to the camps. However, there are some consistency errors (probably more than a few, but I didn't check exactly) that really diminishes the power of this book. Still, it is good, helpful, and I think it was an interesting choice to share the legends of the Clans, including the founding stories, the old big cat stories, and stories of big battles. Even if details were wrong from cannon (seeing as the prequel series was released after this book), it still works because those stories would naturally change as they pass down through oral history and become legends. Plus, I like the idea that Rock, who narrated one short story about the old cats who used to live at the lake and referred to three tribes, might have been referring to the three big cat groups mentioned towards the end.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Blaze

    This is a really fun book for hardcore fans of the Warriors series, and I remember being absolutely fascinated when this book first came out. I thought it was the greatest thing that'd ever been published, since it was in a time when we didn't know very much about the Clans' origins. Secrets has aged pretty well, though there are now some parts of it that clash with current canon, such as SkyClan never being mentioned in the origin story with the original leaders, and small things such as (view s This is a really fun book for hardcore fans of the Warriors series, and I remember being absolutely fascinated when this book first came out. I thought it was the greatest thing that'd ever been published, since it was in a time when we didn't know very much about the Clans' origins. Secrets has aged pretty well, though there are now some parts of it that clash with current canon, such as SkyClan never being mentioned in the origin story with the original leaders, and small things such as (view spoiler)[Moth Flight not being mentioned as Windstar's daughter, with the two having almost a hostile relationship (hide spoiler)] but these are probably just issues with timing -- when this book came out, the whole Dawn of the Clans arc was nowhere near existence. The book goes in-depth on things that were not detailed in the novels themselves at that time, such as the entire warrior code, some of the legends that the Clan cats tell, and some interesting first-person perspectives of prophecies and events from characters whose points of view we've never seen before. Overall, a must-have for any Warriors fan, even if you don't have any of the other field guides.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Skye

    Secrets of the clans rating and review for all ages I like this book mainly because it captures most of the important parts and tells you some interesting parts like all the herbs or battle moves. Also, I really just like all the detail in it. I chose the 5 stars because this book has a great plot, and story with lots of information. Please consider reading, if not buying this book. Thank you! - Skye L. Rolley 🐆🐯🐱🐈

  23. 4 out of 5

    debra conner

    Pretty informative.... ...but must have been written before Skyclan had been thought of as there is no mention of that clan at all. I was Hoping for stories that hadn't been covered in the books. Perhaps this is where those stories came from? Anyway, well written, and I would recommend it to anyone fairly new to the series. For readers who have read most of the books, it is repetition. Pretty informative.... ...but must have been written before Skyclan had been thought of as there is no mention of that clan at all. I was Hoping for stories that hadn't been covered in the books. Perhaps this is where those stories came from? Anyway, well written, and I would recommend it to anyone fairly new to the series. For readers who have read most of the books, it is repetition.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tennille Wilton

    This is a very good book. It gives lots of details and explains lots of things about the Warriors books. It even gives further details on events that have happened in the books. However, it, along with the rest of the Warriors guidebooks, are full of spoilers, so I recommend reading all the normal books first and THEN reading these guidebooks. Don’t make the mistake I did, lol.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Twyla

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked how this book showed more of other clans than just ThunderClan, like the normal books I have read so far, but I probably should have read more of the normal books before I read this, because this book spoils a whole lot, and I am only halfway through the third book so far. I also like how it had a glossary for catspeak and humanspeak

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dena Spurlock

    I love the series and all, but there are no "sercrets" whatsoever. The only secret thats was in this book is that Erin Hunter didn't write any secrets. Just a bunch of stuff you can find out by reading the book series. I read two pages to find out it wasn't a good read. It was all "this is chosen and deathberries" Just read the books it's good for fun facts but not for a read. I love the series and all, but there are no "sercrets" whatsoever. The only secret thats was in this book is that Erin Hunter didn't write any secrets. Just a bunch of stuff you can find out by reading the book series. I read two pages to find out it wasn't a good read. It was all "this is chosen and deathberries" Just read the books it's good for fun facts but not for a read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    blueomelette

    This book was cool! I liked reading things from not a main character's perspective : like the dog attack from Briarlight's (RIP <3) perspective and Tigerstar getting his nine lives. I really liked the little drawings in the side and seeing the maps was nice, because I like referencing the maps as I read so I can get a mental image of where they are. This book was cool! I liked reading things from not a main character's perspective : like the dog attack from Briarlight's (RIP <3) perspective and Tigerstar getting his nine lives. I really liked the little drawings in the side and seeing the maps was nice, because I like referencing the maps as I read so I can get a mental image of where they are.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Leona Jasmin

    There was a nice variety in this book. It was nice to read some first-person perspective shorts from non-main characters. This was a nice clear reference guide for someone who may not quite understand the heavy lore of the series, or just for someone who wants to read a few extra stories and have everything in one place.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Charlie

    Stellar overview of the different personalities of the four clans. Loved the first person view point of some of the stories. Really makes you feel as though the characters are speaking directly to you.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Emy

    I loved this! I give it at full 5 stars, because it was so interesting and I learnt a lot about Warriors and the cats.

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