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Twilight

Warriors: The New Prophecy #5

by Erin Hunter

Twilight
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  • First Published:
    Aug 2006, 336 pages
    Paperback:
    Jul 2007, 320 pages

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Four clans of feral cats fight to survive in the forests of North America. Children aged 9-12

The increasingly popular Warrior series, based in the forests of North America where four clans of feral cats fight to survive, launched in 2003 with Into The Wild. Four years later there are now 13 books in the series with more in the works.  This begs the question, who is Erin Hunter, and how does she get to be so prolific? The answer is a little complicated.  According to the series website in 2006, Erin Hunter was the pseudonym for two authors who take it in turns to write the books.  Revisit the website this year and it turns out that Erin Hunter is now three people!  When I asked someone at the publishing company where the third author had appeared from I was told that the new author had always been a key member of the team, responsible for keeping track of the plot lines, but had come to the fore recently because she was the most ...

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