This book was very relatable even if the reader is not a theater person. The message of the story is fascinating. It gives people dealing with all the conflicts mentioned, however also allows for an interesting read.
Charlie goes back to her childhood home, Hurricane. There she meets with her friends. Eventually they all visit their abandoned childhood place, Freddy Fazbear's. There they find out the mystery of the 5 missing children from Freddy's, including their friend Michael.
Squirrelflight - the high-spirited deputy of ThunderClan - has a great idea for SkyClan's new home! But there's only one problem, and it's a big one: Bramblestar won't even consider it. Squirrelflight's Hope is full of lost tribes, relationships, and it keeps you on the edge of your seat every step of the way, so hang on. Erin Hunter rolls out another stunning adventure.