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  • ISBN-13: 9780812503753
  • Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
  • Publication date: 7/28/1990
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: REPRINT
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 4.33 (w) x 6.81 (h) x 1.06 (d)

Meet the Author

F. Wilson

F. Paul Wilson is the New York Times bestselling author of horror, adventure, medical thrillers, science fiction, and virtually everything in between. His books include the Repairman Jack novels, including Ground Zero, The Tomb, and Fatal Error; the Adversary cycle, including The Keep; and a young adult series featuring the teenage Jack. Wilson has won the Prometheus Award, the Bram Stoker Award, the Inkpot Award from the San Diego ComiCon, and the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Horror Writers of America, among other honors.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2012

    Chapter 15

    "Snowpaw, Amberpaw, Dewpaw, do you promise to uphold the warrior code and protect and defend your clanmates even at the cost of your life?" Bramblestar asked them. Softpaw listen to the warrior ceremony, a bittersweet feeling inside of her. "I do," mewed Amberpaw. "I do," meowed Snowpaw. "Me too!" Piped Dewpaw. His siblings gave him a look. "Oops, I mean, I do!" He corrected himself. Bramblestar nodded. "Then by the powers of StarClan, I give you your warrior names. Amberpaw, from this moment on you will be known as Ambertail. StarClan honors your kindness and heart." Ambertail swelled up with pride. "Snowpaw, from this moment on you will be known as Snowstreak. StarClan honors your courage and wisdom." Snowstreak swelled up. "Dewpaw, from this moment on you will be known as Dewdrop. StarClan honors your humor and dependability." Dewdrop waved his tail happily. Bramblestar touched his head to Ambertail, Snowstreak, and Dewdrop's head. "Aww, Softpaw, you're the only apprentice now," Lilyfrost mewed sadly. Ivypool padded up. "Only for a few more days," Ivypool mewed. "You up for hunting?" Softpaw nodded. In the forest, she began to stalk a bird, pecking around for its lunch. She crept up silently, her tail still, using her whisker to detect any branches or leaves. The bird was oblivious as she pounced at it. Softpaw took it in her jaws and broke its neck with a satisfying crunch. The past four moons had just been normal. Cinderheart was going to have her kits any day now. "Good catch," mewed Ivypool, coming out from a bunch of ferns. Softpaw could smell the squirrel she had caught. "Let's get back," Softpaw mewed. She could find her way confidently through the woods now, she had memorized every twist and turn. Brambles that used to snag her pelt now didn't touch her. That could be because her pelt was more sleek now though. Rosepetal greeted her as they came through the thorn tunnel. "Did you hear?" She meowed excitedly. "No. What is it?" Ivypool asked. "Cinderheart is kitting!" She replied. Softpaw smiled and went over to the fresh-kill pile. She dropped off her limp bird and padded near the nursery. Lionblaze was pacing nervously at the entrance. "Is everything alright?" Softpaw asked. "Cinderheart is having some trouble," Lionblaze answered stiffly. Softpaw's smile turned into a small frown. She poked her head inside the nursery. She could smell blood, but not too much. "Just relax," Dovewing soothed. Cinderheart was gasping. "I...can't!" She cried. "Here comes one," Jayfeather meowed. Cinderheart grunted. "It is a tom," noted Dovewing. "He looks just like you!" Daisy cooed. Cinderheart had begun to purr but was cut off when another contraction wracked her body. "The next one is coming," stated Jayfeather. There was a small plop, and the second kit began to cry. "It is a brown and white tom," meowed Daisy, licking the second kit. "Good job, Cinderheart," Praised Dovewing. "Lionblaze, you can come in now," shouted Jayfeather. Softpaw pulled her head back out. "Is Cinderheart okay?" Mewed Cherryfern, coming over. "Yes. She has two tom kits," Softpaw told the she-cat. "I'd like to call the gray tom Sootkit, and the brown and white tom can be Mudkit," Softpaw heard Cinderheart purr.

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