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Orange Crush (Serge Storms Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2015

    All cats who are old enogh to catch their own prey!

    "Mistykit and Nightkit have become six moons of age. They are now ready to become apprentices." Mistykit stood solemly but any cat could see the excitment in her eyes."Mistykit, come up here pleasec." Mistykit steped into the circle of cats. "Mistykit,do you promise to learn the ways of our noble code the best you can?" "I do." "Then by the powers of starclan I give you your apprentice name,Mistypaw! You mentor shall be Rainfall! (To Rainfall plz write your io res.3) Nightkit come up here please! Do you promise to learn the ways of our noble code the best you can?" "I do." "Then by the powers of starclan I give you your aprentice name, Nightpaw! You mentor shall be Fireheart!" Thr vlan cheered their names. "Meeting dissmissed!" (To Leo: your warrior nane is Thrushpelt.)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2012

    not his best

    A good read, but not up to the standard of "Roadkill" or "Hammerhead". Serge is mellower in this one, and I'm not sure I like him as much as when he's more erratic. Still, Dorsey fans (which include me) will enjoy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2004

    Dorsey has done better

    Triggerfish Twist is much better. The thing that bugs me about this book and a few others is when Dorsey goes off on a politically correct tangent and 'strikes a courageous blow' for whichever downtrodden group he happens to be thinking about at that moment. If he just stuck to the all-out, full-throttle, unpretentious insanity that makes him a great writer, and lay off the heavy-handed preaching, this would have been an outstanding novel. As it is, it's still worth reading, especially Coppola the filmmaker and the bizarre Brazilian assassin.

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