I sort of like how Jaypaw was portrayed: a blind cat training in medicine with enhanced other senses. I feel as though books these days don't portray "disability" as a strength. Either they don't have any, or it's "pitied" upon. However, here a cat is still respected and treated as an equal. In fact, his skills are enhanced in a sense, where it almost seems to compliment him without limits. Also, he has a strong sense of right and wrong, that helps lead him off the path Tigerstar and Hawkfrost want to guide him on. I worried a bit for the other two siblings in this book, but I guess it will eventually work out.
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library