Her appetite had waned, especially when there was nothing to eat but greasy seal meat, and she seemed to sleep more and more deeply. My favorite characters are Lusa and Kallik. Toklo becomes angry at Nanulak, and Lusa, Kallik, and Yakone want him gone. His belly churned with misery and resentment as he padded across the ice. They finally have a battle between Tolko and a bear that wants to hurt Nakula supposedly. An underlying theme that runs through the story is how bears from different backgrounds can work together and become so close that they seem unusual or foreign to their own kind. Overall, a very enjoyable and fun read! When the group reaches a shadowy island covered in mountains and ice, Kallik is sure their almost back to the Frozen Sea.
Nanulak refuses, saying Toklo is a traitor for not killing his father and for not joining him. It was kind of fun to see how they view the world - the zoo, humans, guns, etc. The end or actually exactly in the last two chapter the events went downhill since the explanation to everything was just wtf-ish. Tui Sutherland Tui Sutherland is best known for being the only non-British writer under the Erin Hunter team of writers. After a terrifying encounter with a ship and many Okay. That was the wrong thing to say to Toklo. Grieving over the loss of their friend,Ujurak,they look for signs to help them find their way.
Plus I haven't read much since then. Having read it, I'm still willing to give Warriors a shot, but if this Seekers book is any indication, this is really not an all-ages kind of series. I wish I knew what to say to him. Toklo plodded along at the front of the little group, his head down. This journey for the bears made them realize that they can't survive without each other.
I liked this book as well as the rest of the Seekers books. Apparently the point of the Return to the Wild series is to take this group of bears from wherever they got to in the last series which, while I got what they did at the end of that quest, I never got a feeling for what got them going on the quest in the first place back home. I'm not usually a fan of animal protagonist stories, but I like the perspective in this and the Hunter series. Wonderful story about a bear who betrayed the Seekers and I'm so glad he didn't travel with them on their journey. But this time his pain was too deep to deal with lightly.
Holmes is the primary contributor to the ideas and storybook outline. Suddenly he seemed to become aware of the tension between Kallik and Toklo, and he glanced from one to the other uncertainly. Since this book ends with the group meeting up with the bear's family and learning the truth of his situation, I assume that storyline was meant to be the primary plot point, but. Maybe if I distracted him…. When Lusa looked back, the last traces of the hills that had become so familiar had vanished into the twilight. The bears actually behaved like bears while showing just enough anthropomorphism to appeal to a wider audience.
When the group reaches a shadowy island covered in mountains and ice, Kallik is sure they're almost back to the Frozen Sea. All her instincts told her that she should sleep through the cold, dark months of the suncircle. Wild behaviors that used to be acceptable are suddenly vilified. A bear fell a couple times. Ultimately they have to learn to accept not only others for who they are but themselves as well. They run into humans and near fatal accidents.
It looks awful from our point of view, but these are not people. They are headed for the Frozen Sea. I don't think this journey has an ending at all. After being reassured by Toklo that they won't hurt him, he tells them that his name is Nanulak and he was driven out by his brown bear mother and his half siblings since they had no prey. Then he realized that Kallik was staring. Like in the book Toklo found a friend that was really selfish, stubborn, and mean. So their houseful of pet consists of stick insects, fishes, three chickens, a hamster, two cats and three dogs.
Their kits, after finding out the truth, never really forgave them even though they never tried to kill them. Kallik and Yakone shared a quick glance, then followed, and Lusa brought up the rear, still struggling to shake off sleep and make her sluggish paws obey her. Nanulak is bad news from the beginning. They run into humans and near fatal accidents. They meet these white bears and the largest turns out to be Nanulak's father even though Nanulak said that that was the bear that had attacked him and driven him away. FictFact - Erin Hunter author of Warriors: The New Prophecy, Warriors: The Power of Three, Warriors, Warriors: Omen of the Stars, Seekers, Warriors: Ravenpaw's Path, Warriors Manga: Tigerstar and Sasha, Warriors Manga: Seekers, Warriors Manga: Rise of Scourge, Warriors: SkyClan and the Stranger, Seekers: Return to the Wild, Warriors: Novella, Survivors, Warriors: Dawn of the Clans, Warriors: Manga Graystripe's Trilogy, Survivors: The Gathering Darkness, Warriors: A Vision of Shadows, Bravelands, Warriors: Super Edition, Warriors: The Broken Code series.
Why did you have to make all that noise? Growing up in a farm and working with house cats has proven to be a great source of experience for Baldry especially when it comes to writing for the Warriors, plus the fact that she has an extensive experience as a fantasy fiction writer. Do you think we should hunt now? Nanulak, a brown and white bear, has seeked out revenge on his parents. Toklo is obviously angry and says that Nanulak isn't his friend anymore, but offers him forgiveness and then Nanulak leaves. . But overall I hope Nanlak does not appear in the next book since I really don't care that much about him, he was plain annoying. Lusa is the most concerned, but Yakone says that they should give up for the day and get some sleep.