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Morning Light (Kendrick-Coulter-Harringan Series #8)

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Consistant and Heartwarming

I love Catherine Anderson. All of her books, Morning Light included, are beautifully written and touch the heart. Anderson is the queen of picking unlikely heroines to grace her pages. The characters are well-done and touch you because they feel like real people. He...
I love Catherine Anderson. All of her books, Morning Light included, are beautifully written and touch the heart. Anderson is the queen of picking unlikely heroines to grace her pages. The characters are well-done and touch you because they feel like real people. Her books always make it to the "keep" pile.

posted by Miso on October 10, 2009

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Morning Rises~ Chapter 6

...Dewpaw. "Dewpaw?" Morningpaw couldnt belive it. "Dewpaw, why are you here?" Dewpaw growled. "None of your bisnuss. I was chasing my mouse and you caught it, fleabag." Morningpaw got mad. VERY mad. "Hey, it was my mouse, bully!" By now the mouse was dead under their p...
...Dewpaw. "Dewpaw?" Morningpaw couldnt belive it. "Dewpaw, why are you here?" Dewpaw growled. "None of your bisnuss. I was chasing my mouse and you caught it, fleabag." Morningpaw got mad. VERY mad. "Hey, it was my mouse, bully!" By now the mouse was dead under their paws. "Why can I not stay?" She demanded. Dewpaw hesatatied. "Because," She said slowly, "Because this is for older apprintences. Only us can hunt here. We are standing in the Older Apprintence Hunting Grounds. It is quite dangerous. I wouldnt want a little kit like you to get hurt." She said with sneer. Morningpaw lost her temper. "Oh right? Oh ya? Well, I am NOT a little kit!" "Get!" Hissed Dewpaw. She snatched away the mouse. "I said GET!" Morningpaw raced back to Velvetstar, now, somehow, she knew the way. She dashed into the clearing just as Velvetstar looked up. "Oh?" She said. "And where is the mouse?" As if reading Morning's mind, she said, "It was Dewpaw again, wasnt it?" "Uhuh." Said Morningpaw, trying to fight back tears. Suddently, the whole story came out. After hearing the story, Velvetstar's eyes clouded. Her smile dissapeared. "Dewpaw should have never gone there. It wasnt some stupid hunting grounds. It was..The Dark Forest. It is a VERY dangourus and evil place." "It is?" Inquired Morningpaw. "Yes. I can't belive her. I am going to have a SERIOUS talk with Sunpelt." "Why is that part so..scary?" Morningpaw asked, feeling a shiver up her spine. "In it is the bad evil souls of cats." Velvetstar said unhappily. "I tell you what, since you did so good today, how about telling Dewpaws mom about her?" Morningpaw beamed. Telling Dewpaws mom about all of it! She raced of yelling, "Thanks!" "Oh and one more thing!" Velvetstar yelled. "Call me Velvey!" "Ok Velvey,?" Morningpaw yelled back, "You can call me Morn!" "Ok, thanks!" Velvey yelled. Morningpaw, feeling so happy she was about to burst, dashed off back to camp, as fast as she could go.

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  • Posted October 10, 2009

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    Consistant and Heartwarming

    I love Catherine Anderson. All of her books, Morning Light included, are beautifully written and touch the heart. Anderson is the queen of picking unlikely heroines to grace her pages. The characters are well-done and touch you because they feel like real people. Her books always make it to the "keep" pile.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2014

    Dawn

    Really good! On thing is, I found it a little odd for warriors to have nicknames like that. Also, it may be hard to do, but I found it a little confusing when you didn't put the names of the characters or what they said it like, etc. Overall, 4 stars!
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  • Posted May 19, 2009

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    Good with a few flaws.

    The story of Loni and Clint brought another facet into the Harrigan family series. The way the entire family gathered around them to protect their own was just another example of how the Harrigans live. Clint and Loni worked well together as characters. However, the overdose of Catholicism (and I'm Catholic) was like being forced to eat a disliked veggie so I could get dessert.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2008

    A Wonderful Read

    I was hesitant when I saw the other reviews but went ahead and bought this book at my local B&N. I wasn't disappointed! Loni's life had been turned upside by using her psychic abilities by media attention and being too popular or a pariah - depending upon who believed what. She moved to be closer to her sister and wanted to begin a new life, open a new business and be away from the spotlight. However a vision and her faith in knowing she was doing the right thing brings her to once again try to help. By trying to convince the little boy's biological father that he is in trouble, she is once again disbelieved. The cowboy said he didn't even have a son. But after counsel with his father, be went on blind faith to an adventure that I couldn't put down. There is laughter, sadness, faith and love, all rolled up into this wonderful book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2008

    good story, but way too preachy

    The story was a good one. I read the book in two days. I have liked Catherine Anderson's previous books as well, but in this book I became very tired of the catholocism. I almost felt like she could have made the characters be strong spiritually without pushing the catholic religion so much. I am not catholic, but I am christian, and I almost felt like the author is very narrow minded in her religious views.

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