Survivors Books by Erin Hunter
Survivors #1: The Empty City
Lucky has always been a Lone Dog, but now he needs a Pack in order to stay alive. Relying on other dogs brings new dangers that Lucky isn't prepared for. Can Lucky ever be a true Pack Dog?
Browse all of the Survivors books by Erin Hunter, the author of Warriors.
Survivors #2: A Hidden Enemy
Bella and the Leashed Dogs have finally settled in the forest. But a fierce Pack of Wild Dogs has laid claim to the land, and their menacing Alpha will stop at nothing to ensure that it is his alone.
Survivors #3: Darkness Falls
After an attack threatened both the Wild and Leashed Packs, Lucky knows that the dogs' only hope is to unite. For the first time since the Big Growl, Lucky is desperate to have other dogs by his side. But it might be too late. . . .
Survivors #4: The Broken Path
As the newly united Pack sets off in search of a home far away from the Fierce Dog camp, they discover that no territory is truly safe. When they encounter another group of dogs who survived the Big Growl, Lucky hopes that they can work together as allies—but this new Pack may be their most dangerous enemy yet.
Survivors #5: The Endless Lake
At the edge of a strange lake that seems to stretch on forever, Lucky and his Pack are about to discover even more new dangers. With the Fierce Dogs on their trail and the Storm of Dogs looming on the horizon, every dog will have to fight for survival—or be swept away.
Survivors: The Empty City and A Hidden Enemy
Get two books for the price of one in this limited-edition paperback, which includes the first two action-packed novels in the New York Times bestselling Survivors series.
Survivors 3-Book Collection
The time has come for dogs to rule the wild. The collection includes the first three books in this thrilling New York Times bestselling series.
Survivors: Alpha's Tale
A sixty-page novella set in the world of the bestselling Survivors series by Erin Hunter! Long before the Big Growl struck, Alpha was born the only half-dog in a pack of wolves. The other wolves made him suffer for it—until he swore he would never be the runt of a Pack again. . . .