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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2012

    Awsome

    Awesome book,makes really good doughnuts :)

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2013

    To the first storm proluge.

    You are awesome. I wish i could write like that. Make aa book and send it 2 scholastic

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2013

    Harley

    Im harley im 13 black hair icey blu eyes and im 5ft.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2013

    Skyler to anybody

    Please tell the people in result one to go to ross result one!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2012

    The First Storm Prologue comment

    The silver moon above shined. Staras twinkled like dewdrops on the black pelt. A yowl rose from nearby. Cats wreastled with bared fangs and unshealthed claws glinted in the moonlight. A white cat leaped ontop a sandy tomcat. He snarled at the tom. "Why are your mose brained StormClan warriors on GrassClan territory." He hissed. "As it looks it ll be StormClan territory soon. The sandy tom replied happily. "SandFlight you will never defeat GrassClans." The white tom growlee. "StormClan will come like a storm and destroy you, SnowFang" SnadFlight mewed. He pushed him over and reaveled his soft belly. A shape ran oer and slashed his belly. SnadFlight pushed him off and a load shriek came from nearby. SnadFlight ran to the rescue. SnowFang leaped and bit his back. "Retreat!" SandFlight yowled. StormClan ran out. SnowFang yowled for his victory. The other cas followed. A dark red she-cat watched the stars. "Hello StarStone" she gretted th silver she-cat padding in quietly. The soft snoring from camp broke the silence. "Hello EmberSar are you worried" she replied. "Im very" she answered as StarStone settled down on the soft mosss. EmberStar turned to lick her. "What is wrong my sister" she asked. "Stormclan is growing restless everyday. The battle over at Tall Trees was brutle" EmberSar sighed. "We won" StaStone reminded her. "But how my did we lose" EmberStar turd to see her. "three" she mewed quietly. "Why us. StarClan wants are warriors" EmberStar mewed. "I guess StarClan likes are warriors the best" she joked. "No times for jokes. This is a time we need starclan most" EmberStone meowed. "Have you thought of goig to Star Hole?" She asked. "Its dangerous" EmberStar shook her head. She looke up then her fur on her back went up. Soon after she sighed. "A prophecy" she told StarStone "what is it". "the storm will come but Leafs will stop its wraf" StarStone ran out. EmberStar circled in her nest slowly dirfting to sleep. (Comment please )

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