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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2013

    Asome book

    This book is off the hook

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2013


    Still okay... i sure hope it gets crazy... like a Bloodclan attack or something. Or... MUTANT CATS!!! I hope i wont regret reading this, cause its like 1:00 am. But then again.... only normal people need sleep!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2013

    Darkness Inside: Chapter One

    Fadingstar listened to the rain. It had been four moons since Stargaze had been taken. He rested his chin on his paws and watched rivets of water slip down the sand inside his dark cave. The highrock loomed outside, the nursery straight across from it. He watched a shadow move along the heather, and suspected Sorrelheart's leg was still broken and that was Swiftfeather. He sighed and turned away, standing. The rain had increased, and his den's opening had become a waterfall. For a moment he worried about the elder's den. It was flooded last year during newleaf, it may flood again. He reminded himself he needed to me new elder's den. "Hopefully Bloodro<.>t is cured of that n<.>asty whitecough," he thought aloud. After the rain subsided to a shower, he padded through the leafy, wet vines of the entrance to his den and into the clearing. He stood on highrock, gazing at the stars. "Fadingstar, could we talk?" A soft voice came from behind. He recognized it instantly and didn't turn to fac her. "Yes Swiftfeather." He mewed back. Swiftfeather took in a deep breath and sighed. Sometimes she wished she wasn't destined to be a medicine cat. She looked at his dark, spotted pelt and wondered for a moment. "Swiftfeather. What is it you need?" Fadingstar called into the night quietly. Swiftfeather twitched her whiskers and spoke low and respectful, "Starclan spoke with me." This made Fadingstar turn his head over his shoulder, gazing at her with bright gold eyes, "What did they say?" He meowed low and quiet, whiskers twitching in curiousity. He heard her sigh again, this time serious, "They say you must go. White Wonder is a myth. FlashStar is the White Wonder." Fadingstar flattened his ears and hissed low. "If this is true, I-" he heard a twig snap behind him. Aspenkit bounded out of a Juniper bush and rubbed her head on Fadingstar's leg. "Hi daddy." She purred. Fadingstar nodded and meowed to Swiftfeather, "We will talk later." He buzzed in his head, swarming with thoughts.
    Sorry this was shorter. I might make a second part of chapter one. And to Brokenfur, this book is going to get odd.

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