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  • Posted October 26, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    I waited a long time for this book and it was worth the wait. I read this in two days as I could not put it down. I was happy how it ended.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2012

    Excellent book.

    Beautiful story, compelling characters. I have never yet been disappointed by a B.J. Hoff book. Looking forward to whatever she writes next!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2013

    Flightsong's Battle~ Chapter Four

    Flightsong's Battle~ Chapter Four: Flightpaw tried to concentrate, but she couldn't stop thinking about what Blackpaw had said. "He knows something I don't," she murmmered to herself," And he's going to try and use it against me." Flightpaw was out hunting, alone since Blackpaw scamperred off. It had been two moons since they became apprentices. Smallstar trained Flightpaw well. Riverpaw became medicine cat, Riverpool. Gentlekit became Gentlepaw, training as a warrior by Flamerun, who also blind. She sniffed the air, waiting for prey to take her mind off Blackpaw. The scent of a mouse reached her. It came from her left side. Flightpaw turned, but could not see the mouse. Poking around some logs, she spotted the mouse eating a nut. Who would want to eat a nut? Fligtpaw thought to herself. She springed ono the mouse, leaving it no time to react. "Good job, Flightpaw," a cat meowed. Smallstar stepped out. "Yet there are some things you missed. You didn't catch my scent, or Strikeclaw's. You also did not smell the mouse until later. Why were you letting yourself get distracted?" Smallstar asked. Flightpaw wished she could tell him, but that would make Blackpaw seem even more threatening. "I guess I was just thinking of how quick things change," she answered quickly. It was half a lie, but it was better than nothing. "It is easy to be distracted by events," Smallstar agreed," You must learn to tune out those thoughts, and other ones you might have." Flightpaw listened closely. She knew this lesson was important. "Focus at the task at hand," he meowed," That is all I can teach. You yourself must learn focus." Slightly disappointed, Flightpaw nodded and picked up the mouse. "I should bring this back to camp," Flightpaw meowed, using an excuse to leave.**************** Flightpaw looked around the cave. "How did I get here?" she murmmered. The walls were lightly lighted by cracks of sunbeams. Flightpaw heard thundering steps. What, she thought. "Help! Blackstar has turned against us! He's going to kill us all, just like Flightpaw and Gentlepaw!" a cat screamed. "No!" Flightpaw yelled, bur no one heard her. Suddenly, Flightpaw woke up with a start. It seems empty in here, she thought, Too empty. Flightpaw got up and padded over to the medicine den to ask Gentlepaw where Blackpaw was. She stopped dead in her tracks when she saw an empty nest. Gentlepaw was missing! ~by KT i am going to contunie with this time period. Might try to write another today, and three Wednesday.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2013

    Wonderful, satisfying ending to a great trilogy. I'll miss all o

    Wonderful, satisfying ending to a great trilogy. I'll miss all of the characters now that I've finished reading the books. Definitely worth 
    reading if you enjoy novels about the Amish or historical novels set in the pre-Civil War period.

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  • Posted December 27, 2012

    HIGHLY Recommend

    This is the third book in the Riverhaven Years Series. I must say this entire series was exceptional. By far, my favorite series to date. I highly recommend anyone to read this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2012

    Highly recommended

    This was a great book. A great end to the series.

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    Posted April 16, 2013

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