The rustler of Wind River

The rustler of Wind River

by George W. Ogden
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BN ID: 2940022952049
Publisher: New York : A.L. Burt
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 446 KB

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Rustler of Wind River 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sees a badger "you will make a great snack" she lunges at it using her vamp speed she goes up to it fast and bites it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A cave is settled in HurricaneClan territory. The roof is a large slab of stone, perfect to lay on and sun yourself or stargaze. The front side of the den faces a grassy clearing sheltered by tall trees. A crystal pool of water beside the cave is fed by a spring which, if followed upstream, leads to a small waterfall. The larger back entrance has a great view of another, much bigger waterfall that pours into a river. Inside the den is a roomy space with a small fire and a fresh-kill pile made up of a mouse. The nest in the corner is woven from feathers, strands of moss, and lavender stalks. Three small piles are stacked on rock ledges—wheat, flowers, feathers, and one other thing–a sapphire. A small pool of water emits a silvery glow, illuminating the den. Fangpaw pads in and picks two flowers, a sunflower and a sunset orange rose. She lays the sunflower out on the small cliff behind her den, then sets the rose on a protruding rock next to her nest, for both beauty and better scent. She sits and stares at the meager fresh- kill pile, and deecides to restock it. -Fangpaw
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
–Pads in, then decides it's too crowded and goes to wind and storm.– #L