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  • Posted April 7, 2012

    A must read.

    Enjoyed this novel very much...laughed, cried but most of all felt. Three lives that have one complete unity.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2012

    Hollyleaf 11

    "Where's the sun gone?" Brambleberry shimmered into view beside Featherwhisker, her fur sparkling with stars. Out of StarClan, the dead cats' fur shimmered like stars. Mothflight stalked from the long grass, eyes round as she adjusted to the gloom. "Now what?" Yellowfang's pelt brushed his flank as the ShadowClan medicine cat joined them. "Each of you must go to your Clan and bring your cats here." Brambleberry stared down to a muddy river flowing from the lake. Yellowfang faced the swath of dark pine forest spreading beside it while Mothflight fixed her gaze on the rolling moorland beyond. Featherwhisker could see the tops of the mighty oaks where ThunderClan sheltered beneath. "I'll bring every cat I can find." Yellowfang headed down the hillside, followed by Mothflight and Brambleberry. Featherwhisker headed down the hill and into the woods. A white pelt moved at the edge of his vision. He snapped his head around. Whitewing! The ThunderClan warrior was stalking prey. Tail down, muzzle low, she crept foreward, her eyes fixed ahead. A mouse skittered over a tree root a tail length away. Whitewing sprang and landed on it squarely, killing it and sitting up with a purr rumbling in her throat. Featherwhisker padded out from the shadows. "I'm glad there is still prey here." Whitewing jerked around, blinking. The mouse dropped from her jaws. "Who are you?" "I am Featherwhisker. Follow me Whitewing, it's important. We must gather the Clans." Whitewing tipped her head. "Everyone?" "As many as we can." Featherwhisker bounded foreward and broke into a run. Whitewing chased after him. "But what about Clan boundaries?" "The other medicine cats are helping me gather the other three Clans." He ducked just in time to avoid the prickly stem of a bramble. Featherwhisker caught sight of a matted old gray tom snoozing in the shelter of a fern. "Purdy! Come! We're gathering the Clans!" The old ThunderClan tom lifted his head and hauled himself to his paws, his eyes shining with questions. Featherwhisker raced away. He crested a rise to find Squirrelflight picking her way along an ivy choked trail. "Follow us!" He didn't even pause to explain. The ground grew muddy underpaw and ferns gave way to bracken. "Dovewing!" The gray she-cat was reaching up into a cloud of tumbling leaves, batting at them with her paws. Her gaze widened as she saw Whitewing, Purdy, and Squirrelflight on his tail. "Join us!" Featherwhisker called, racing past the she-cat and heading for a swath of brambles. "Bramblestar!" The ThunderClan leader was eating a vole under highledge. He loiked up in surprise. "Follow us!" Featherwhisker told him. Bramblestar glanced down at the vole, then bounded toward them, her eyes shining in excitement. "Where are we going?" "Wait and see!" Featherwhisker led the cats down a ravine that cut through the middle of the woods. As they scrambled up the other side, Featherwhisker glanced over his shoulder, surprised by the long line of cats trailing in their wake. Lionblaze, Ivypool, Rosepetal, Foxleap, Cloudtail, and Graystripe had joined them. He reached the top of the ravine and caught sight of a gray pelt lurking around the trees. "Jayfeather?" His blind blue eyes narrowed as he called out to him. "Come with us!" He urged. He curled his lip. "What are you up to?" Featherwhisker stumbled to a halt. "I am uniting the Clans!" "Why would I follow fools?" Jayfeather spat.

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