Dawn (Warriors: The New Prophecy, Book 3)
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The young feline heroes of The New Prophecy have finally made it back to the forest—but their quest is far from over...
Now they must convince the fiercely independent Clans to travel together to a new home, through dangerous territory and without a clear destination. If they do not, their world will be destroyed, and the Clans will be lost forever....
KIT-MOTHERS (she-cats expecting or nursing kits) WING SHADOW OVER WATER (WING)— gray and white she-cat FLIGHT OF STARTLED HERON (FLIGHT)—brown tabby she-cat CATS OUTSIDE CLANS BARLEY—black and white tom that lives on a farm close to the forest RAVENPAW—sleek black cat that lives on the farm with Barley CODY—a tabby kittypet with blue eyes SASHA—a tawny-colored rogue she-cat OTHER ANIMALS MIDNIGHT—a star-gazing badger who lives by the sea Map
you remember that we’re in this together? Or have you forgotten there were six of us on that journey?” “Squirrelpaw!” Brambleclaw stopped her with a flick of his tail. “We mustn’t fight now.” Squirrelpaw grumpily fell silent. Crowpaw looked away, but he flexed his claws, tearing at the cold earth. Tawnypelt gazed up at the rock. There was no sign of their leaders. They were hidden behind the brow of the rock’s towering summit. “Everything would be easier if we knew where we were meant to be
a small clearing near the RiverClan border. “I told Firestar we’d have to leave soon,” Brambleclaw was meowing. “We shouldn’t try to cross the mountains after the snow comes, and we’ll never make it to newleaf if we stay here.” “But how do we know we should go through the mountains?” Squirrelpaw argued. “The sign never appeared when we were at the Great Rock. A warrior was meant to show us the way, but no warrior came!” “With no sign, how do we know we’re meant to go at all?” Brambleclaw
coming from this side of the river, only something that seemed strange and familiar all at the same time. “I think I recognize that smell,” she whispered to Brambleclaw. “It smells like a rogue,” Brambleclaw growled. “Hush!” Firestar commanded. He paused, then dashed forward with his hackles raised. The bushes ahead shivered and a tawny cat burst out. As it streaked away Brambleclaw yowled a battle cry, joining the chase. “Come on!” he called, but Squirrelpaw was already charging after him.
looked like a great rock, even though to us it meant something completely different.” Leopardstar shouldered her way to the front. “So what lies behind the mountains?” “Mountains?” Ferncloud drew Birchkit closer to her. “Last time we crossed them we found the sun-drown-place,” Brambleclaw explained. “But this time the star seemed to fall farther along.” Hawkfrost narrowed his eyes. “So we’ll have to find a new route?” “Not exactly,” Brambleclaw told him. “It’ll be safer if we cross the