Post Reply who else here has read warriors?
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I loved these books, I still read them


for kids books they sure are controversial, I think people had issues with them when they came out


warriors: teaching kids about assassination, abortion, cheating, murder, afterlife, tyranny, interacial -clan?- love since 2003
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I Have


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Posted 10/26/16 , edited 10/26/16

RobinWing wrote:

I Have


(Lovin The Murders)


how far have you gotten?
Posted 10/26/16 , edited 10/26/16
Omg I remember these books. I've been thinking about getting back into reading them lately
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Waaarrioooors. Come out to reeeeaaaaad.

Edit: ...might have gotten my books mixed up there.
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Posted 10/26/16 , edited 10/26/16
I haven't read them for years
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Posted 8/20/17 , edited 8/20/17
I read them back when I was in elementary school.
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Posted 9/1/17 , edited 9/1/17
Lol, the first picture xD

But yeah I read and collect them, because they're pretty new where I live. Fading Echoes is the newest one translated to my language and was published this July.
I just can't stand how many mistakes that translator has been doing lately -__-;
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Posted 12/19/17 , edited 12/20/17
lol! I actually just started. My daughter is in love with the series, and when she talked about it I realized I needed to read it to actually understand what the hell was going on.
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redokami wrote:




I loved these books, I still read them


for kids books they sure are controversial, I think people had issues with them when they came out


warriors: teaching kids about assassination, abortion, cheating, murder, afterlife, tyranny, interacial -clan?- love since 2003

I want to tbh.
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