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By Erin Hunter

Is this the journey's finish . . . or simply the beginning?

Grizzly endure Toklo, polar undergo Kallik, black endure Lusa, and their shape-shifting advisor Ujurak have eventually reached the final nice barren region, the mythical position they have been looking for. yet is that this relatively the place they are intended to be? one after the other the bears start to develop aside: Toklo feels the urge to seek and mark his territory, whereas Kallik feels the pull of the ice inside of her. merely Lusa fears the day while her neighbors will depart her to stick to their very own paths. while catastrophe moves, the bears are pressured to go away the sanctuary and input flat-face territory—or probability wasting one in every of their very own. Now their journey's finish turns out farther away than ever, as a brand new direction spreads out prior to them.

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Looking. observing. ” “But this can be my territory,” Toklo reminded him. The brown endure snorted. “No, it’s no longer. I instructed you, you don’t belong right here. ” Rage started to mount inside of Toklo. “I’ve equipped a den! ” he protested. “What? That little scrape within the earth again there? i presumed that used to be a flooring squirrel gap. ” The brown bear’s eyes have been glowing with mockery. “Do your ears slot in? at the very least your head may be above water if it floods. ” Toklo’s fury overflowed. He leaped ahead and the opposite undergo swiped at him with a paw, catching him with a blow at the aspect of the pinnacle. stunned on the smaller bear’s energy, Toklo stepped again, his ears ringing. “There’s extra the place that got here from,” the intruder growled. Toklo stared at him. He didn’t are looking to admit that he was once reluctant to begin one other struggle. “Can’t we proportion the territory? ” he blurted out. “There’s lots of prey. ” “You don’t get it, do you? ” the brown endure huffed scornfully. “There’s much less prey each season, much less territory, and extra bears combating over what’s left. Flat-faces thieve increasingly more, and if we bears attempt to struggle again, they constantly win. This mountain can’t aid the bears that have been born right here, not to mention strangers. ” Toklo stared in confusion. yet this is often the final nice wasteland! There’s speculated to be lots of prey. The brown endure padded as much as him and thrust his snout into Toklo’s face. “Not even the mountain wishes you here,” he tousled. Turning, he headed into the undergrowth with no backward look. obvious furiously after him, Toklo waited for him to recover away, then padded towards his den. The solar had long gone; clouds have been masking the sky, as darkish because the ideas that have been crowding in on Toklo. while he reached his den, he stood at the fringe of the opening and appeared down. The undergo was once correct, he inspiration wretchedly. That depressing scrape isn’t a den. It’s now not even deep sufficient for a floor squirrel! yet he knew that it wasn’t his den that actually stricken him. It wasn’t even the loneliness of dwelling on his personal, even though it was once more durable than he had ever imagined. What threw Toklo’s suggestions into turmoil, as though bees have been humming within his head, used to be what the opposite undergo had stated concerning the mountain. He says the territory is shrinking end result of the flat-faces. And that’s precisely what Ujurak has been telling us all alongside. considering again to his trip together with his associates, he knew that he neglected the experience of a shared future, the companionship of bears who have been ready to interact, and never simply struggle. I even leave out Lusa’s demanding chatter, and how Ujurak sees indicators all over the place! He felt sorry for the opposite brown endure, who had no selection yet to struggle for each pawstep of territory, each mouthful of prey. yet you’re no higher now, he reminded himself, dealing with as much as what he had misplaced. He felt as though a part of his insides have been ripped out. Ujurak used to be sure there has been an opportunity to alter every little thing, Toklo notion, crawling into his insufficient den. yet you threw away your chance to be part of it. because the sunlight pale, Toklo stared unseeing into the shadows of the woodland.

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