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There will be three, kin of your kin . . . who hold the power of the stars in their paws.

A mysterious murder in the ranks has ripped ThunderClan apart. But more secrets still remain to be discovered.

Jayfeather is determined to find out who his real parents are. But he'll have to trample through a forest of lies in order to uncover the truth. Hollyleaf is shocked by her Clan's disobedience of the warrior code, and distraught enough to strike out at someone she's always admired. And Lionblaze must bear horrified witness to events that will change everything he believes.

In the harshest days of leaf-bare Clanmate turns upon Clanmate, danger lurks behind familiar faces, and one more warrior may be lost forever. . . .

Hardcover, 352 pages
Published on April 21, 2009 by HarperCollins
ISBN-10: 006089217X
ISBN-13: 9780060892173
16 Book Reviews
  • phantasticgus
    phantasticgusover 1 year55 stars
    No cat can be trusted. Everything is a lie. This is what the warrior Clans have become. After finding out the truth about their parents, Lionblaze, Jayfeather, and Hollyleaf are devastated. Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw are not their mother and father—instead, they are Leafpool, forbidden to take a mate, and Crowfeather, from another Clan. And for the three siblings, this is a shattering betrayal. Meanwhile, Hollyleaf has her own secret. She has also broken the code of the Clans, killing a cat who threatened to reveal who her real mother was. Now, she has gone missing, and was supposedly crushed by a rockslide—but what if she’s still alive? Lionblaze must cope with the truth...or risk their lives to find their sister. Which one will they choose? Read this book to find out! A very engaging and thrilling story...impossible to put down! Definitely recommended for every Warriors fan, and a “purrfect” read!
    • savanah577
      savanah577over 2 years
      I loved the book, at first, I thought Squirrelflight killed Ashfur because when she got to the group of ThunderClan cats going to the gathering she was soaked and she kept acting like she was lying. Also, isn't it funny how they kept saying they were happy not to have Crowfeather as a dad when he actually is?
      • rm018
        rm018almost 4 years
        i really did enjoy this book it was heart touching and heart filled that i would buy it
        • rm018
          rm018almost 4 years
          this book is lit
          • reeealmost 4 years
            this book is so lit
            • meover 4 years
              This book is very shocking. I can't belive it! WOW!
              • sat3about 5 years
                I did enjoy the parts of this book that were relevant to The Power of Three, ( Hollyleaf spilling the secret, the revelation of the Three's real parents, etc.) However, I deeply dislike Sol, and the part that took up 2/3 of the book, the travelling part, was, in my opinion, stupid. If it's pointless, why is it such a big part of the story? To bring Purdy to ThunderClan? Plot bunnies? Ugh. I liked Midnight and Moonrise. We really don't need ANY more travelling. But the good, interesting parts outweigh the tedious travelling, and I still enjoyed the book nonetheless. 4/5.
                • bsg06
                  bsg06almost 6 years
                  This book is so amazing. It is very good. Read the series.
                  • ball8628
                    ball8628over 6 years55 stars
                    This book is amazing. It really engages the reader into the life of a wild cat. VERY GOOD. READ THIS SERIES
                    • candyexpress
                      candyexpressalmost 7 years55 stars
                      The fact that Leafpool was their real mom is really obvious in my opinion, but I can't believe Hollyleaf! First she killed Ashfur, then she tried killing Leafpool, and then she ended up killing herself! Sorry if I spoiled that part.