The Blazing Star (Warriors: Dawn of the Clans, Book 5)
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Discover the origins of the warrior Clans in the fourth book of this thrilling prequel arc in Erin Hunter's #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series. The Dawn of the Clans arc takes readers back to the earliest days of the Clans, when the cats first settled in the forest and began to forge the warrior code.
The first great battle has ended, and each group has agreed to a truce. But merely keeping the peace may not guarantee their survival. When a deadly disease threatens to strike deep into the heart of both camps, the cats must work together to find the only thing that can save them—the mysterious Blazing Star…
Dawn of the Clans #4: The Blazing Star also includes an exclusive bonus scene!
he had no idea what to say. The she-cat waited for a moment, then turned and padded away, glancing back to shoot a final glance at Thunder from luminous green eyes before she vanished into the undergrowth. Thunder couldn’t tear his gaze away. Gray Wing felt a rumble of laughter rising in his throat. Thunder might be a big, strong leader of cats, he thought, but in other ways he’s still very young. CHAPTER 5 Clear Sky paused beneath an arching clump of ferns, and took in a long breath of the
toward the Thunderpath. Mouse Ear walked beside Clear Sky, while Thunder brought up the rear with Pebble Heart, who still looked uneasy. “Are you okay?” Thunder murmured. The kit nodded. “I’m fine. I’m just worried about what is happening in the forest.” So are we all. . . . Thunder thought. Before they had gone many paw steps, Mouse Ear turned to Clear Sky. “Now you must see what a mistake it was to let One Eye join your group,” he meowed bluntly. Clear Sky glared at him, the fur on his
. . . so beautiful.” “But to live there?” Thunder protested. “It’s marshland!” “Some of it, yes,” Tall Shadow agreed. “But there are flowers growing there, and trees. I loved the misty air. It felt special, somehow. As if it was a secret place, just inviting me to explore it.” She shook her head, looking slightly confused. “I can’t explain it. I felt at home.” “But what would I tell the others if you went?” Thunder asked. Though he’d often disagreed with Tall Shadow, there was an ache in his
here I am, back in the middle of the trouble. When the hollow was a good way behind him, Gray Wing began searching for the best place for the fight. He needed an open space that was near to some cover. Outcrops of rock, dips in the ground, thorn bushes . . . all places where Clear Sky’s allies could hide. It would be no good if the cats who were ready to help Clear Sky had no chance of reaching him in time. Gray Wing was padding around a gorse thicket, working out how many cats could be
River Ripple leaped down from the riverbank onto the narrow strip of pebbles where, not long ago, Gray Wing had lain in wait for a vole. Now he shuddered at making his escape so close to the water. Once all the cats had jumped down, River Ripple halted, giving them a moment to catch their breath. His chest heaving, Gray Wing glanced around to make sure all his cats had made it. The two kits were there, he noticed with relief, and all the others except for Wind Runner and Gorse Fur. And Clear Sky