Fire and IceBook - 2004 | 1st Avon ed.
From the critics
Age SuitabilityAdd Age Suitability
black_cat_5066 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 14
burgundy_hippo_16 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 14
QuotesAdd a Quote
"It's not my place to judge you. Graystripe, whatever you decide to do, I will always be your friend."
-Fireheart reconciling with Graystripe, page 317
"I wanted to make sure you all know that Brokentail is in the camp." and "He is blind and harmless." - Bluestar
"I thought the sun would never come up"-Graystripe
"What are you doing in our territory?"- Silverstream
'Why couldn't you drown in your own terrotory?'- Silverstream
"Beacause there would be nobody to save me'- Greystripe
One of the pages
"I want you to find WindClan and bring them back to their territory." -Bluestar
Violence: There is lots of violence in the Warriors saga, I don't recommend for kids 10 and younger.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: There is a lot of fighting in this book with blood and injury.
Violence: Tigerclaw (the clan deputy) can be violent and might scare some young reader.
SummaryAdd a Summary
Fireheart is now a warrior of ThunderClan, but danger still lurks in the shadows of the forest - and it may be closer then he thinks. With the chill of Leaf-Bare settling in, the cats of RiverClan are growing restless, while WindClan turns weaker and faces threats from all sides.
rusty is now a warrior cat named fire heart. wild clan is growing weak. thunder clan fights river clan.
Fire and Ice opens with Fireheart and Graystripe, newly made warriors of ThunderClan, finishing their traditional silent vigil. Soon afterward, the two are given their first assignment as warriors: they must find WindClan, which has been driven out by the rival Clan ShadowClan, and bring them home. The pair eventually locate WindClan sheltering under a neaby highway underpass, and convince them to return home. Fireheart makes friends with some WindClan cats, including Onewhisker.