DawneBook - 2007
The questing cats return to a forest devastated by the Twolegs, where they must find a way to convince their Clans to leave in search of a new home, even though they have no idea where they are going.
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On the far side of the ridge, the ground sloped steeply away to a vast, smooth expanse of water. All the stars of Silverpelt were reflected in the lake, glittering silver against indigo-black, as if they were swimming in the night sky. Leafpaw's heart flooded with joy. She knew with all her heart that they had reached the end of their journey. Her faith had been enough, and their warrior ancestors had been waiting for them all along. She lifted her gaze. The distant horizon was reddening as dawn began to push away the night, gradually revealing more of the Clans' new home. This is the place we were meant to find, and StarClan is here.
- Leafpaws description and thoughts of her new home
"Crowpaw has served his Clan with loyalty and bravery. He should have recieved his warrior name long ago, but the tragedies of the past moons have prevented this. Tonight, if Stoneteller will do me the kindness of letting a Clan ceremony into his Tribe's home, I wish to honour Crowpaw's great skill and courage by giving him his warrior name." -Tallstar
"May I ask something, Tallstar? I would like to choose my own warrior name. If it is all right, I wish to be known as Crowfeather. I wish to keep the memory alive of... of the cat who did not return from the first journey."-Crowpaw
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The questing cats have returned home to find that the destruction of the forest has already begun. They must convince their Clans to work together and leave the forest in order to survive. The cats journey through the mountains, where Stormfur decides to join the Tribe to be with Brook. At the end, the cats finally find a new home by a lake.
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