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Winged Victory: Skies of Thunder

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2011

    Loved it!

    A darker fantasy, the ebook took me on a wild ride. I didn't know what was going to happen next!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2011

    Best thing I've read this semester

    I read some other books by Komikwerks and they were great so I tried this one. It has a really cool, action story. It's like something you'd see in a movie and not boring at all. I can't wait for the next story in the Winged Victory series!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 1, 2011

    RIP-OFF! NOT A BOOK-ONLY 34 PAGES.

    IS this the future of publication? Charge costumers for only part of a story and expect us to wait however long it will take to finish the story. And how much will we be charged for the next part of the book? Major rip-off. Also, the quality of the story is cartoonish and amateurish. There are many typos and misspellings-not what should be expected for a completed professional product. Where was the proof reader for this project? Skip this so called "Book" and move.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2013

    Silvershimmer to cardinal

    I probably shoulddnt be saying tthis siince you entered my contest and im the judje, but its just to awewome! Written like a real warriors book!



    Silvershimmer

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2013

    To Cardial

    Very intence! Loved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2013

    Thundering Skies- Chapter Two

    The sound of PineClan pawsteps outside the camp made Silverkit's fur rise. Patchpaw climbed down the Watch Rock quickly and called "They are almost here!" Thornstar, Whitefoot,Rainheart, and Bloomflower stood at the entrance prepared to attack. Arrowpaw, Dawnpaw, and Echostorm reared up behind them. Last Cloverpaw, Midnightwhisker, and Heatherfur were in the back ready to be ack up and protect elders and kits. Acornfall, Mosspaw, and Patchpaw stood in front of the medicane cat den. Mosspaw was getting herbs ready and Patchpaw was there to protect them. Thats when they heard the wsteps stop. They heard a yowl. "PineClan! Attack!" Cat figures flew out of the shadows and leaped on warriors. The leader, Snakestar, first went to Rainheart. Rainheart slashed at Snakestar with unsheathed claws and Snakestar lclawed his flank. Rainheart slid under Sbakestars exposed belly and raked it. Snakestar yowle in pain and jumped up. He ran over to Thornstar, whom was getting tackled by the deadly deputy Smokeclaw, and leaped on him. He bit Thornstar's back and Thornstar rolled on his back to get him off. Rainheart and Whitefoot dragged Smokeclaw off of Thornsatr and started slashing at his face.<p>
    Silverkit hid in the warm mossy nest with Talonkit, Bluekit, and Hawkkit. The warriors were yowling outside the nursery and the smell of blood and flesh was everywhere. A PineClan warrior snuck into the nursery and went strait for Roseflight. She screamed in panic until Blizzardclaw ran in and tackled the warrior. The rolled around unti Blizzardcw went for the warriors neck. Her bit it and he flung him to the entrance the limp body bleeding everywhere. Silverkit poked her head out of the nest and saw all the caos. She went back under shaking in fright. Talonkit whispered to her. "It will be fine. It's just battle. We will do what they do someday." She snuggled up to her. Frostcloud licked them assuringly and went back to making sure no cat harmed the kits.<p>
    Thornstar escaped the claws of two PineClan warriors until he was stopped by a scream in the nursery. Luckily, Blizzardclaw went to protect the screaming queen. He sighed in relief. He went back to the battle fighting along side his deputy and his mate, Heatherfur and Rainheart. Together they pushed all the warriors back and eventually they started to run tail between their legs back to PineClan territory. All but Smokeclaw and Snakestar. Arrowpaw and Dawnpaw were rolling around with Smokecw as Smokeclaw tried to snap their necks. Finally, Midnightwhisker bit his tail and he jumped up. The apprentice tackled him. He flung them off and ran back to his own camp leaving only Snakestar. Snakestar snarled at Thornstar. "Thornstar...You may think your clan is the best...but mine is the ruler f all clans!" He lunged at him and Thornstar quickly dodged out of the way. Snakestar fell to the ground but soon recovered and then lunged again. This time, Thornstar didnt make it in time. Snakestar swiped his paws at his ears ad practically shredded them. Thornstar yowled and jumped up and down trying to get Snakestar off him. Snakestar got off and pinned him to the ground paws on his shoulders. Thornstar struggled to get up but failed.......<p>
    Please comment here! I'd like to thabk anyone who posted a nice comment in result one. I'll have the next chapter up tomorrow hopefully...well thabks for reading!<p>
    ~Cardinal (^•)>

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2013

    Anonymous

    I read it, didn't take long seeing as the books only like 34 pages long! Does this qualify as a novel, or is it more of a longish short story?

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