By Erin Hunter
Three bears; one magnificent trip to the ends of the Earth.
The striking follow-up sequence to the hot York occasions best-seller, Warriors.
When the land involves an finish, Kallik, Toklo, Lusa and Ujurak enterprise directly to the ice as a brand new direction spreads out prior to them. however the ice is extra harmful than the bears count on, and all needs to positioned their belief in Kallik’s paws as they fight to outlive the sour cold.
Just after they imagine they’ll by no means make it, an come across with a paranormal star-bear skill various things for every of the cubs – yet brings an identical message: All can be good, in the event that they visit where the place the sunlight rises . . .
The 5th magical instalment of Erin Hunter’s Seekers series.
Seekers explores profound environmental issues during the eyes of these agony by the hands of people in six epic myth books.
Animal tales for either girls and boys bearing on the beauty, savagery and fragility of the ordinary world.
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The place is it? Why can’t I see it? ” “No, no, no,” Kallik acknowledged, woofing with laughter. “It’s a video game. I’m sorry, I didn’t suggest to scare you. Taqqiq and that i used to play this for all time. ” “Oh,” acknowledged Lusa. She sounded extra bewildered than amused. “So one among us is the walrus—let’s say Toklo,” Kallik provided. Toklo tossed his head and made a face that he most likely inspiration used to be walrus-y. “And then as we’re jogging alongside, suddenly he jumps up and yells, ‘Walrus assault! ’ and chases one in every of us. If he catches you, then you’re the subsequent walrus. Make experience? ” “Um…okay,” Lusa acknowledged. “It’s enjoyable! ” Kallik insisted, scrambling up and shaking snowflakes from her ears. She swiped a pawful of snow at Lusa. “Yikes! ” Lusa yelped because the snow splattered throughout her ears. not less than it appeared to wake her up. “You’ll be sorry now! ” she cried, scooping up her personal lump of snow and flinging it at Kallik. Kallik dodged and galloped out of succeed in. A happy giggle rumbled in her throat. however it died while she seemed again on the brown bears: Ujurak trudging alongside blinded and deafened by means of his mystery innovations, and Toklo slightly holding his paws lower than him and growling at each step. “If you retain appearing like cubs, we’ll by no means get anyplace earlier than nightfall,” he grumbled. “I’d particularly locate meals than play a foolish video game. ” Kallik swallowed. Toklo used to be correct. This wasn’t like her and Taqqiq enjoying outdoors their den. Now she needed to be like Nisa, retaining the others secure and alive. “All correct, we’ll simply hold walking,” she stated. “I scent seal up forward. ” She seemed up on the sky and discovered that the snow was once falling swifter, overlaying the ice extra thickly and including to the drifts in fragile layers that hadn’t but been carved by way of the wind. “I don’t scent anything,” Toklo replied petulantly, yet he pawed snow out of his eyes and her with none extra arguing. They walked for a very long time throughout a panorama that most likely regarded unchanging to the others, yet to Kallik’s eyes confirmed transparent indicators that they have been getting further from the water and closer the thicker elements of the ice: Their pawsteps made uninteresting thuds at the floor instead of slippery whispers, and the ridges of snow have been set like rock on the base, worn down by way of the wind over uncountable seasons. a few of the snow used to be so demanding that Kallik questioned if it had ever melted. have been the tales concerning the eternal Ice true—that it stayed frozen eternally? Kallik’s middle sang. i discovered it, Nisa, Taqqiq! I had religion, and that i chanced on it! yet in simple terms she belonged right here. no longer her partners, with their different-colored fur. As her paws started to soreness, Kallik appeared again at Lusa, trudging during the snow at a snail’s velocity. Toklo walked beside her, glancing at her anxiously. Ujurak used to be correct at the back of them. Kallik checked the sky back. The solar was once beginning to sink lower than the white horizon. It wasn’t past due adequate for Kallik to believe drained, however the days have been shorter than the nights now, which intended much less time for looking, and longer with out the heat of the solar. Lusa used to be shivering much more because the air grew less warm.