Warriors is a thrilling tale of feral cats surviving among each other in the wilderness. They live by a noble warrior code under the guidance of their leader and their starry ancestors, and must hunt, fight, and protect their borders to maintain the peace. Journey with the main Clan - ThunderClan - through countless adventures, battles, and mysterious prophecies. Once you start reading, you won't be able to stop. Literally. There must be over 50 books now, and they're still making more. However, the fights and battles can be bloody, but only the major ones ever get too descriptive. Cats are killed or run over by monsters (their word for cars) and more, sometimes once or twice in every book. Beware especially the big, final battle between the good guys and the bad guys in the end of the final arc of the series (Omen Of The Stars: The Last Hope). Some cat deaths may be tear-jerkers - especially in the Super Editions Bluestar's Prophecy and Crookedstar's Promise. It can be surprisingly violent. The sex is not an issue. Cats purr to one another, compliment each other and express their feelings. They will lick each other (in a friendly, grooming way). Some forbidden relationships are thrown in for drama, and in one instance a she-cat dies in the process of birth (the kittens make it out fine, though). Most of the cats are good role models as well, but some of the more intense villains may be a little frightening or macbre for little kids, but kids 10+ should be able to handle it. Another warning - although this one is not as important: the books slowly go downhill after the first, original arc of the series. The character development is thrown off-balance, if not lost altogether in some characters. The plots rely more on forbidden relationships and omens from StarClan for drama, as well as more fights. Eventually, we get to the point where it seems like the authors get carried away, in creating multiple ancestral tribes (StarClan, the good guys, Dark Forest, the bad guys, the Ancients, long-ago cats, and the Tribe of Endless Hunting, ancestors to another tribe of cats), giving cats special powers, allowing one cat to even time-travel in essence, allowing cats who have already died and now reside in one of the above ancestor tribes to be killed again - even by other dead cats, and so on. It gets a little out of hand and becomes annoying. But please, stick with these books. They have their good moments, and if you get hooked, you'll have plenty more to read and continue the adventures of the Clans with!