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If you can really handle violence good then I'd say 8-12 but if you can't really handle violence then 11+
on August 12, 2014
I read it in 3rd grade and it takes dedication or else you can get really confused so yeah if you want to read it you should be able to finish the books in a couple of days not a week
on July 10, 2014
I would say 9 just because it has stuff about kitting and blood and gore and death. They don`t go into so much detail, like explaining every little detail about how the bloody battlefield looked, but it does have blood in it. Other than that, it is a very good series for children. It has a lot of fiction with a mix of reality, knowing that some things don`t go your way, and life isn`t a fairytale and how some cats are forced to live. It is very entertaining and suspenseful, with See More▼ lots of cliffhangers. These books are long, so be ready for that. But, again, very entertaining.
on July 05, 2015
I would say 8 or 9+, and books don't really have a maximum age. They're for all ages, mostly.
on October 30, 2014
I would say 9-15 because I think there are some books which people say are for younger audiences but I know teenagers who enjoy them.
on October 29, 2014
The original publishers guideline is 8-12 but I think it's about 9-12. Depends, really. I guess some people (like me) handle violence better than others.
on August 06, 2014
about maybe 9 and up i mean there is violence but most 9 year olds can handle it
on July 14, 2014