Tallstar's Revenge (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Warriors Super)

Tallstar's Revenge (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Warriors Super)

Language: English

Pages: 560

ISBN: 0606359540

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Warriors Super Edition: Tallstar's Revenge is an extra-long, epic Warriors adventure that offers Erin Hunter fans their first look at the inner workings of WindClan. This never-before-told story reveals the truth about Tallstar's past, before he became the leader of WindClan and was a warrior called Talltail. Because Tallstar's Revenge is a stand-alone novel, it is also perfect for readers who are new to the world of Erin Hunter's bestselling middle-grade series about the lives of feral cats.

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hadn’t spoken. “Were you okay?” Tallpaw tried to stop his pelt from pricking at the memory. “I didn’t even get my paws wet.” Woollytail snorted, amused. “He’s a great tunnel runner.” Dawnstripe’s tail bushed out. “You had to run?” “It was either that or drown,” Woollytail told her. “You could have been killed!” Dawnstripe’s fur lifted along her spine. Tallpaw couldn’t tell if she was more frightened or angry. “I was okay,” he reassured her. “Sandgorse was with me.” “Tunneling near the

Clan,” Barkpaw argued. “And you could have been the best moor runner ever.” “I can be the best tunneler ever.” Tallpaw turned and bounded up the bank. “This won’t bring Sandgorse back, you know!” Barkpaw called after him. “I know that! This is about me, not him!” Tallpaw marched back to camp, pelt twitching. Why can’t Barkpaw try to understand? “Hey, Wormpaw!” Shrewpaw was waiting inside the camp entrance. “I hear you’re going to train where you belong, at last.” Tallpaw shrugged. “Relieved

away on one side, while a hedge pressed at his other, rattling as a cold wind shook it. Tallpaw saw several solid-looking shapes ahead, ears and tails silhouetted in the rain. The rogues! He recognized their dripping pelts as they trudged beside the hedge, trying to find some shelter from the storm. One by one, they clambered over the snaking roots of a lightning-blasted tree. Tallpaw crept after them, ducking under the low branches as though he was stalking prey. He halted beside the charred

filled with the calls of his Clanmates. “Talltail!” “Shrewclaw!” They lifted their voices to the afternoon sky, celebrating WindClan’s newest warriors. Talltail glanced over his shoulder at Palebird. She was pressed against Woollytail, her eyes bright. Talltail swallowed back the sadness welling in his throat. Is she proud of me, or just happy about the kits? Surrounded by his Clanmates cheering his name, he had never felt more alone. The stars shimmered in a peat-black sky. Perched on the

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