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Meanwhile, Lionblaze, Hollyleaf and Jayfeather struggle with their new knowledge about their heritage. They now know that Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw are not their parents. Then who are their parents? Why did Squirrelflight lie to them? What is the secret that guards the true identity of their family? They each wonder if they are true ThunderClan cats. After all, they could be anything, even kittypets.
Even more worrisome, their entire lives have been built around the prophecy they have long believed pointed to them: There will be three, kin of your kin… who hold the Power of the stars in their paws. The prophecy may well have nothing to do with them. Without this lofty purpose guiding the course of their lives, the three feel adrift and rootless.
ThunderClan's suspicions about the murder change. As they begin to suspect that the identity of the murderer may not lie close by after all, Firestar gathers a group of travelers to find and bring back their suspect. While Lionblaze and Hollyleaf join the searchers, Jayfeather stays behind.
As he cares for the elder cat named Mousefur, he asks questions about the period of time around his and his siblings' birth. Mousefur happens to offhandedly say something about a certain elusive herb that was given to her by mistake around that time, and Jayfeather is drawn further into his investigation.
He begins to gather one clue after another, piecing together the puzzle of the trio's parentage.
The Tribe is reluctant to fight at first, but manages to defeat the invaders, who accept defeat and promise to leave the Tribe alone. Meanwhile, ThunderClan apprentice Jaypaw continues to try to find out about the prophecy that refers to himself and his littermates: At the end of Outcast , Jaypaw decides to tell his brother and sister about the prophecy, which he had kept secret since discovering it in The Sight. The group of cats that made the journey to the Tribe of Rushing Water return.
A few days after the cats came back, Tigerstar and Hawkfrost continue training Lionpaw. Hollypaw and a few other cats go on a border patrol to the WindClan border because they scented WindClan on their territory, and find dead fresh-kill with WindClan scent on it. The next day, Hollypaw, Lionpaw, and a patrol go to the WindClan border for a second time. There, Hollypaw scents something in the bushes, which turns out to be one of the tunnels the leads to the river, the same one from Dark River.
She doesn't tell the rest of the patrol, but Lionpaw goes back to see what it was. Meanwhile, while Cinderpaw was having her assessment, her leg was injured and is forced to delay her warrior's ceremony while she rests in the medicine cat den. Eventually, Jaypaw comes up with an idea to teach Cinderpaw how to swim in the lake. Cinderpaw learns that she can swim, and when Leafpool catches them, she is impressed with Jaypaw. Not much longer after that, a mysterious loner named Sol is found by a patrol and insists on being brought to the camp.
Hollypaw figures out that Sol was the 'lion' that she had seen on the patrol that day. Sol takes Jaypaw and Leafpool into the woods to tell them the sun will disappear. That night, Lionpaw can't sleep, thinking it is Foxpaw and Icepaw whispering, but then he scents WindClan outside the apprentice den. He emerges from the den, and sees all of WindClan there. He yowls and the cats rush into battle. Firestar eventually yells to stop, and the cats in both Clans obey. However, WindClan leaves the camp, and Firestar tells a patrol to follow them to make sure they leave the territory.
There, WindClan split into three groups. The patrol returns and tells Firestar, who sends out two more patrols, and orders another to stay at camp in case WindClan invade. All three of the patrols get ambushed, and a battle breaks out. Hollypaw's patrol is being defeated, so she is ordered by Brambleclaw to go to ShadowClan to ask Blackstar for help, while WindClan asks RiverClan for help, and soon all four Clans are fighting.
Lionpaw finds Heatherpaw and Crowfeather and almost kills Crowfeather, trying to get to Heatherpaw because he believed that it was her who told WindClan about the tunnels from Dark River.
That is when the sun falls into an eclipse and the Clans panic and retreat to their own territory. Later, Jaypaw convinces Lionpaw and Hollypaw that they need to find Sol and ask about the prophecy. They find him outside of the territories in an abandoned Twoleg nest, different from the one on ThunderClan territory, and Sol tells them all he knows. On the way back, they get caught by a ShadowClan patrol and Sol goes to Blackstar and tells the three apprentices that he was going to stay in ShadowClan.
In the time between then and the next Gathering, it seems that Sol has convinced Blackstar and his clan to stop believing in StarClan. Sol and Blackstar arrive at the Gathering together and Blackstar announces he has lost faith in StarClan and won't attend Gatherings anymore. At the end of the book, Cinderpaw, Hollypaw, and Lionpaw get their warrior names, Cinderheart, Hollyleaf, and Lionblaze.
Jaypaw watches the ceremony and feels happy for his siblings. He then questions he and his siblings' destiny, whether their powers were meant to save or destroy the Clan.
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When Sol persuades almost all of ShadowClan to give up belief in StarClan, Tawnypelt takes her kits Flamepaw, Tigerpaw, and Dawnpaw to ThunderClan, hoping to find refuge there, stating that she and her kits do not want to be part of a Clan that does not believe in StarClan. Blackstar is still not convinced until the fake sign turns real when Raggedstar and Runningnose come to tell Blackstar to get rid of Sol and to still believe in StarClan.
Blackstar is convinced and tells his Clan. Soon Tawnypelt takes her kits back to ShadowClan, but greencough breaks out and Millie and Briarkit one of Millie's and Graystripe's kits are the first victims.
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Soon, the ThunderClan leader, Firestar, catches the sickness as well. The Clan is short of catmint, the cure for greencough: Jaypaw has a dream telling where there is a fresh supply: However, in one dream, he somehow goes back to the time of Fallen Leaves' tribe as a young sharpclaw warrior called Jay's Wing. The Tribe is being threatened by Twoleg expansion and votes to move to the mountains.
Jaypaw suddenly realizes that this Tribe becomes the Tribe of Rushing Water and they originated from the Clan's current lake home, so he helps by voting that they should go. When he returns to the Clans, he asks Lionblaze to fetch the catmint.
Lionblaze refuses because of dreams where he kills Heatherpaw in the tunnels, but as the greencough gets worse, he finally goes. Lionblaze gets the catmint and gives it to Jaypaw, but not without a tension-filled encounter with Heatherpaw, now called Heathertail. Soon the Clan is healed and Jaypaw finally receives his full medicine cat name, Jayfeather.
Then, during a storm, the camp catches fire. Jayfeather, Lionblaze, Hollyleaf, and Squirrelflight are trapped. Squirrelflight makes it through the flames and drags a stick through in an attempt to save her kits, but needs some help. Ashfur leaps in and drags it all the way through. Just as Lionblaze leaps on, though, Ashfur blocks the way. Squirrelflight begs him to let them through, but Ashfur tells her and the other three that he never forgave her after she left him for Brambleclaw.
He reveals that he was in on Hawkfrost's attempt to assassinate Firestar and that he will now kill Squirrelflight's kits in another attempt to hurt her.
Squirrelflight then reveals a crucial secret: She explains how she kept the secret from Brambleclaw and the whole of ThunderClan. Ashfur lets them live, but he threatens to tell her secret, and she is shocked that Ashfur would betray her like this.
Knowing this, Jayfeather, Hollyleaf and Lionblaze realize they are not the Three since they are not the kin of Firestar. The fire burns out and all the cats help get the camp set up again. Three days before the Gathering, Ashfur asks Firestar if he can go. Hollyleaf, Lionblaze, Jayfeather, and Squirrelflight are worried that he is going to publicly announce their secret. Between then and the day of the Gathering, the three warn Ashfur that he will regret it if he reveals the secret.
Although he is frightened, he refuses to listen to them. Right before the Gathering, the patrol of warriors going notices that both Ashfur and Squirrelflight are missing. On the way to the Gathering, they see Ashfur's body lying in the WindClan stream as if he had drowned. They take him back to camp and set him for vigil.
Leafpool notices a slit in his neck, suggesting he was murdered. After the Gathering, Firestar announces that Ashfur's death was unknown and suspects a cat from ThunderClan may have killed him, and the three see Squirrelflight looking scared and holding her breath.
The three vow to keep the recent events involving them, Squirrelflight, and Ashfur a secret. Sunrise begins with Leafpool repeating a long trial to send Ashfur to StarClan.
During the process, she discovers a tuft of fur in Ashfur's claws, and she knows whose it is, although she does not say. ThunderClan discusses Ashfur's murder, and many think that a WindClan cat killed him since he was found on the WindClan border. To find out, Firestar sends a patrol to WindClan, but Onestar vehemently denies the possibility. As the patrol leaves, Ashfoot tells ThunderClan that she sighted Sol near the sight of Ashfur's dead body, and this leads to the thought that Sol killed Ashfur.
The patrol finds Sol in the Twolegplace where Purdy lives. Brambleclaw persuades Purdy to live in the Clan as an elder. Both Sol and Purdy agree to go to ThunderClan.
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When the patrol returns to the Clan, Sol neither confirms nor denies killing Ashfur and is kept under guard in the camp. Being the most curious of the Three, Jayfeather tries to find out who his true parents are. When asking around about his birth, Mousefur reveals that Leafpool accidentally put a strange herb in Mousefur's tansy soon after Jayfeather's birth.
After looking through herbs in the medicine cat's den and with herbs sticking to his pelt, he goes to Mousefur to deliver some fresh-kill. Mousefur says that a certain herb sticking to his fur is the mystery herb, but Jayfeather does not know what it is. To find out, he asks Littlecloud when the medicine cats meet at the Moonpool. The ShadowClan medicine cat recognizes it as parsley, a herb that stops the milk of a cat whose kits die.
Jayfeather remembers that while going back to the camp after birth, there is another cat with him besides Squirrelflight: Leafpool, Jayfeather's true mother. At the camp, Hollyleaf too learns that her mother is Leafpool by learning Leafpool came back to the camp the day Hollyleaf and her littermates were born. In response, Leafpool tells the truth: Hollyleaf killed Ashfur, and the tuft of fur found in Ashfur's paw belonged to Hollyleaf. Angered that StarClan is still keeping the father of the Three a secret, Yellowfang goes to Jayfeather in a dream, tells him, "The time for lies and secrets is over.
The truth must come out.
StarClan was wrong not to tell you who you were a long time ago," and leaves him a crow's feather, showing their father is Crowfeather of WindClan. At the Gathering, Hollyleaf reveals the secret about her and her brothers' parents.
Crowfeather denies that he ever has any kits besides Breezepelt, and he states that Leafpool and their kits mean nothing to him. Breezepelt and Nightcloud are both outraged about never being informed. Seeing how everyone feels she did something wrong, Hollyleaf runs off into the tunnels which collapse.
Jayfeather realizes that only he and Lionblaze are part of the prophecy's Three. However, as he watches Whitewing's kits walking in the clearing, he realizes that one of the kits will be the third, being the granddaughter of Cloudtail who is the nephew of Firestar. Plenty of action and solid characterizations make this an enticing choice for fans of the long-running enterprise.
A reviewer writing for Children's Literature criticized Outcast for its "overwhelming confusion" of characters and references to past events in the series that readers who had not read earlier books in the series would not understand. A lukewarm review of Sunrise from Children's Literature stated, "While the numerous characters may be confusing to those unfamiliar with the series, it will not take many pages for them to become enthralled with the adventures of the cats and anxiously be awaiting future books.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: Main article: The Sight Warriors. Eclipse Warriors. Long Shadows. Sunrise novel. Wands and Worlds. Retrieved 13 April Retrieved 16 July Power of Three 2: Erin Hunter: Retrieved 17 April Power of Three, Book 2: Dark River Hardcover ". Dark River AER". Dark River. Power of Three 3: Outcast by Erin Hunter". Retrieved 15 July Publishers Weekly. Retrieved 24 July Outcast [Paperback]". Retrieved 9 August Power of Three 4: On-Sale Calendar Calendar ".
July 21, Plenty of action and solid characterizations make this an enticing choice for fans of the long-running enterprise. As the patrol leaves, Ashfoot tells ThunderClan that she sighted Sol near the sight of Ashfur's dead body, and this leads to the thought that Sol killed Ashfur. Details if other: Honeyfern's death—that was well done, albeit depressing. I hope it didn't come as a shock to a lot of readers that the Three were Leafpool and Crowfeather's kits.