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   Windrusher and the Trail of Fire, by Victor DiGenti  
  Novel, first publication in 2008
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      Windrusher and the Trail of Fire is the third entry in the successful Windrusher Trilogy by Victor DiGenti. In the first two books, Windrusher (2004), and Windrusher and the Cave of Tho-hoth (2005), DiGenti successfully thrilled readers with the challenging and often-dangerous adventures of a special cat whose connections to a mystical world of cat gods and goddesses aided him in great times of need. In this final installment, Windrusher again finds himself separated from his caretakers and relocated to a rural rescue operation called Precious Friends Cat Sanctuary. He is warned by none other than Rahhnut, the mythical keeper of the day globe the sun to beware of two-legged villains bringing with them a fiery destruction. Windrusher soon learns his destiny is linked to Storm Wing, a legendary cat leader from the days when cats first roamed the jungles. As he faces the challenge of saving the hundreds of cats at the Sanctuary from a raging wildfire, Windrusher must rely on his own inner resources and the help of an ancient cat he s met only in his dreams

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  • Windrusher (#3)

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  • 21th Century
  • Cats
  • Intelligent Animals - Talking Animals - Sentient Animals
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