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Paige Alder is in a really good place. She’s dating nice guy Tyler. Her boss has offered her a raise. Her walk with God is strong. Life is great—and that’s when things start to change.First, the youth pastor at church keeps asking Paige to work with him full-time. Then her sister shows up newly engaged and wanting to reconnect, even though they haven’t spoken in years. AndPaige Alder is in a really good place. She’s dating nice guy Tyler. Her boss has offered her a raise. Her walk with God is strong. Life is great—and that’s when things start to change.First, the youth pastor at church keeps asking Paige to work with him full-time. Then her sister shows up newly engaged and wanting to reconnect, even though they haven’t spoken in years. And now former boyfriend Luke has come back into her life. How is Paige supposed to know what the right decisions are?This warm and humorous second book in the Paige Alder series will help young girls work through important issues, such as forgiving others and obeying God....

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Paige Rewritten Reviews

  • Amanda Tero
    2018-11-17 02:24

    When it comes to modern, applicable to today's life, and filled with laughter... Paige's books have it. This book dealt with a lot of very relevant questions for today: how to react toward an ex-boyfriend who is now wanting to return? How to treat a sister who went off the deep end, but is now back home? And... what to do when a new job is offered you? These are three questions that Paige faces, and I really appreciated how Erynn handled the answers. At times, the story felt a little jolty (not a word? Oh well) and jumped from one scene to another before I felt like the scene was really complete. I guess it goes with the style? Oh, and for some reason, I really liked it, even though my writer's brain was going, "This is just... randomly written." It's a very interesting style, and I do happen to like it, even if it's a bit more... loosely written?The Christian content seemed more prominent in this than in book one. Paige did a lot of Bible reading. Sometimes her monologue about it was humorous and very surface. Likely it's just that Paige is a totally different personality than me? The overall message, though, was not watery and weak.I mentioned Paige's ex-boyfriend. It's kind of interesting because yes, Paige is attracted to Tyler and is dealing with how to let Luke know that she's not really interested in him again... but it fit in with the story and wasn't overly emotional. There were a few mentions of purity or the contrary, but it was tactfully done.Okay, there was a bit more crude conversation in this than I'm used to. Of course, I'll be the first to say that I was raised in a sheltered home and we just didn't talk about things out in public with friends. It didn't really bother me... I'm just mentioning that it's in there (things like PMS and couple conversations where Paige goes, "Too much information here!") for younger readers.

  • Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls)
    2018-12-15 21:43

    About this book:“Paige Alder is in a really good place. She’s dating nice guy Tyler. Her boss has offered her a raise. Her walk with God is strong. Life is great—and that’s when things start to change. First, the youth pastor at church keeps asking Paige to work with him full-time. Then her sister shows up newly engaged and wanting to reconnect, even though they haven’t spoken in years. And now former boyfriend Luke has come back into her life. How is Paige supposed to know what the right decisions are?” Series: Book #2 in the “Paige Alder” series. Review of Book #1 Here!Spiritual Content- Lots of Prayers & Blessings over food; Many, many Scriptures are mentioned, quoted, read, remembered, & thought over; Bible reading & Devotions; Church going, sermons & lessons; Many, many talks about God, love, forgiving, bitterness & guilt; ‘H’s are capital when referring to God; Many, many mentions of prayers & blessings over food; Many, many mentions of church, sermons, songs, Sunday School, Bible studies & youth group; Many mentions of Bible reading, Bibles & devotions; Many mentions of those in the Bible; Mentions of Christian music; Mentions of a godsend, Heaven & angels; A few mentions of shelters & becoming a Christian; A couple mentions of a man who left God;*Note: A couple mentions of someone trying to make her parents’ & sister’s lives a living hell (said twice). Negative Content- Minor cussing including: a ‘dang it’, a ‘geez’, a ‘holy cow’, a ‘holy smokes’, an ‘oh my gosh’, a ‘sheesh’, a ‘shoot’, a ‘sissy’, a ‘sucks’, two ‘sheesh’s, two ‘stupid’s, three ‘duh’s, three ‘idiot’s, three ‘gosh’s, four ‘shut up’s, five forms of ‘crap’; Paige says the closest she’s ever been to cussing was when she stepped on a scorpion and said “Oh my God” (her parents grounded her and she’s never said it again); Sarcasm & Eye rolling; A bit of jealousy; Mentions of murder; Mentions of tattoos; A few mentions of divorce; A few mentions of peeing & human waste; A couple mentions of blood; A mention of smoking & drinking; A mention of dealing drugs;*Note: Going to & Mentions of Starbucks; A mention of aliens.Sexual Content- six cheek kisses; Touches & Shivers (semi-detailed); Noticing; Rick calls his wife ‘sexy’ (once), ‘smoking hot’ (once) and ‘babe’ (three times); Many mentions of dates, dating, boyfriends & exes; Mentions of hand holding; A few mentions of a girl living with her boyfriend; A mention of when a boyfriend thought he could sleep over with his girlfriend (she said a firm ‘no’, he called her a prude & she had him leave); A mention of a husband who left his wife for his secretary; A mention of birth control; A mention of breastfeeding; Some love, falling in love & the emotions; *Note: A mention of weights & butts; A mention of a prayer for the fat in the meal to go to her boobs & not her hips; A mention of menopause; A couple mentions of PMS-ing; A couple mentions of tampons, pads & monthly visitors. -Paige Alder, age 22-23 1st person P.O.V. of Paige 297 pages~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*Pre Teens- One StarNew Teens- Two StarsEarly High School Teens- Three Stars Older High School Teens- Four Stars (and a half)My personal Rating- Four Stars (and a half)How does Erynn Mangum do it?! Yet another great novel! Very funny and lots of Spiritual Content—that ending though! I’m so glad I have the next book, because cliffhanger! And just a fun note to the USA followers of this blog: FREE paperback copy of this book from the publisher by earning 75 points on their Rewards system. Click Here to join and get your first 25 points! You can also earn Book #1 for another 75 points! {Earn more points by taking surveys and signing up for the publishers’ newletters. This is legit, y’all, I promise. I’ve earned many books from them. :) } Link to review:https://booksforchristiangirls.blogsp... *BFCG may (Read the review to see) recommend this book by this author. It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author.

  • Celestial
    2018-11-29 20:52

    Ahhhhh! The ending of this book! I really need to buy the last book!Anyways if you have read my review of the first book in the series this book has exactly the same outcome. It was so wonderful! It may have even be better than the first book. I can't wait to read the other book! These books are so good! I recommend them to everyone!I received this book for free from Tyndale Rewards. I don't think that this particular book is still available for free, but there are many other Christian books that are currently available. Here is a link if you guys would also like to receive free books from Tyandale Rewards. www.tyndalerewards.com/signup/?pc=9h4...

  • Marklessgirl
    2018-12-01 20:35

    It was good. I don't really know what to say about it. But I want to read the next one in the series, I feel so bad for the people that had to wait like a year for the sequels to come out.

  • Alicia Willis
    2018-12-01 21:42

    5 stars. Best for 16+ for older teen content.I LOVED this entire series. Each of the books deals in a subtle, yet non-apologetically Christian way about a character issue. In Erynn's typical style, the book was lighthearted, fun, and full of sugar. I gained weight just reading about all the calories, sugar, and caffeine the characters consumed. However, unlike some of her other titles, I felt like this series was a little weightier and dealt with real-life issues for Christian girls - which was perfect for me! This book inspired as well as amused me.FROM THE BACK COVER: Paige Alder is in a really good place. She’s dating nice guy Tyler. Her boss has offered her a raise. Her walk with God is strong. Life is great—and that’s when things start to change. First, the youth pastor at church keeps asking Paige to work with him full-time. Then her sister shows up newly engaged and wanting to reconnect, even though they haven’t spoken in years. And now former boyfriend Luke has come back into her life. How is Paige supposed to know what the right decisions are?While Book #1 dealt with learning how to say no, Paige Rewritten dealt with forgiveness. When Paige's estranged sister comes waltzing back into her life, Paige has a choice. She can forgive her sister for all of the past hurts and disappointments. Or she can hold on to bitterness and refuse to give Preslee another chance. This was very timely for me and I gleaned a lot of great thoughts. It was especially great with sorting through forgiveness, discernment, and the hows and whens of giving a second chance. At the same time, don't expect a deeply theological book. Paige is a Christian. But she is not a theologian. As a ministry wife, there were a few times that I was wishing Paige's understanding of Scripture was just a bit deeper or that she would take it just a bit more seriously. But she was meant to be a growing, maturing, modern Christian. If you are a Bible college graduate or seminary student, just enjoy and don't grasp at straws. It's supposed to be a fun book and it was.Beside the great Christian content, this book was just fun. Although Paige's addiction to Oreo cookies started to turn my stomach (how can anyone like them THAT much?!), she definitely had her Starbucks priorities right. I hated Luke. No shame.I loved Tyler. Enough said.Highly recommended to teenage girls and women who love a great, fun read. Be prepared to laugh, tear up a bit, and even learn along the way.

  • Laura
    2018-12-16 00:34

    When we last saw Paige, her ex-boyfriend and long-lost sister had both suddenly popped back into her life. In this second book in the series, Paige is dealing with broken relationships, juggling her responsibilities, and debating a job change.While nothing huge happens in the book, Mangum does a fantastic job of telling a fun, witty story with drops of spiritual truth. I love the characters, and the minor characters are just as great as the main ones.As with her other series, Mangum gives hints of who Paige will end up with but also creates to guys worth rooting for!I can't wait until the third one comes out....why did this one have to end on a cliffhanger?Fans of Christian fiction about girls in the 20s figuring out adulthood will enjoy this book.

  • Nadine Keels
    2018-11-28 20:46

    Accepting a raise at work should be a no-brainer for Paige Alder, right? And when her "prodigal sister" shows up a genuinely changed person, Paige should be happy about it, yes? And what girl wouldn't be thrilled when her handsome ex-boyfriend shows up a genuinely changed guy, ready to make amends? It seems that as soon as Paige gets on track, everything gets complicated again in Paige Rewritten, a novel by author Erynn Mangum.Yeah. It still baffles me somewhat that the Paige Alder novels are labeled as young adult fiction, and even categorized as children's books on Amazon. These books are clearly chick-lit with grownup characters in grownup situations. If any "age" had to be put on them, they'd be new adult novels, not YA, and certainly not children's ones.Anyhow, enough about that. For now.Another enjoyable installment of the series, this is. It's refreshing to read a story about the prodigal son's brother, since the brother who didn't leave home had issues to deal with, too. (Or, I should probably say the prodigal child's sibling.) I get a kick out of Paige's humorous take on things, and I laughed so hard at one point, I had to step away from the book for a while to cope with the hilarity.There were a few things about the story that bothered me a bit. I mean, after Paige spent a whole previous novel learning how to tell folks no, if she now has a low-level stalker who's annoying her, how come she doesn't give a solid NO and nip the whole nuisance in the bud? She keeps saying "annunciate" when I'm pretty sure she means "enunciate." There are places where the story seems to idle or stroll around in circles, sharing no important or new information. And though, after reading the first novel, I was prepared for another cliffhanger ending, I'm still not a fan of the cliffhanger. Endings that hang off a cliff just make a book feel incomplete.Nevertheless, this novel can bring readers right along into the heroine's world, whether or not they've read the first book in the series. And, as before, since I'd decided early that I wanted to read all the Paige Alder novels, the cliffhanger isn't the reason why I'll be moving on to Book Three, which I happily will be.

  • Mandi
    2018-11-28 21:46

    This book wasn’t nearly as funny as book #1 but Paige’s revelations of forgiveness were something all of us at some point need to learn & usually remind ourselves of. Still, her thoughts mirrored mine so often it was uncanny & her sense of humor still rang through 😊

  • Kathleen (Kat) Smith
    2018-11-20 21:28

    "There are things in my life that I would like to be permanent. Nail polish that permanently stayed on my toenails. Hair that permanently stayed away from my legs. Sweet tea that was permanently in my fridge. Luke is not one of those things I want permanently in my life. Or even in my city.My mom likes to say that good things come in threes. "Remember that time we went to see The Phantom of the Opera, Paige?" she always says to me. "Not only did our seats get upgraded for free, but we won those tickets to go see Wicked and we met Mariah Carey!"By met, Mom meant "saw from a distance," and to this day, I still sear it was not Mariah Carey. And if it was her, then I really feel the need to tell her that cornrows are not a flattering hairstyle for her. I'm curious what Mom would say about my current situation. I really don't think I am looking at three good things. Maybe three confusing things. Not not good things." Paige Alder is ready for some permanence in her life. For one, a job that allows her to utilize the college degree in counseling that she worked hard to achieve, not being a secretary until the day she dies working for Lawman Adoption Agency. Even with the promotion offer sitting on the table to make more money for doing exactly what she's been doing all along leaves her wanting more. She has been trying to figure out her personal life as well with Tyler Jennings. She isn't sure if they are strictly great friends who do things whenever they can or if he wants something more than just someone to hang out with of the opposite sex. And then there is Luke Prestwick, her ex-boyfriend who has decided to move back to town and wants to see if there is a possibility to start over again. Decisions, decisions just what is a girl to do?On top of that, her long lost sister, Preslee has come home with news that she has found God and wants a relationship with her family again including Paige. But is it really that easy to simply forgive despite all the pain she has inflicted on her parents as well as herself when she decided she didn't need them in her life any longer? I received Paige Rewritten by Erynn Mangum compliments of NavPress and Christian Fiction Blog Alliance for my honest review. I did not receive any monetary compensation for a favorable review and the opinions expressed here are strictly my own. Once again Erynn has done it again. I absolutely LOVE this series, possibly because I find myself living in Paige Alder's shoes! Such decisions that she has to deal with and wondering just where she is going in life. At some point she has to deal with her sister returning to the family fold and while her parents are easy to forgive, Paige isn't. Like a contemporary twist on the prodigal son, Paige finds herself relating to the older son from the Bible story more than she'd like and even the advice she hands out to her high school girls in Bible Study about forgiveness hard to swallow. How can she talk about the ability for them to forgive people who have hurt them, when she is having a difficult time doing the same? I have to warn you however, this one does end on a cliff hanger and will make you wish the third novel in the series was available immediately! For me, this one once again hits a stellar homerun for my book lover's heart and I give this one a 5 out of 5 stars. This is the second novel in the Paige Alder series, with Paige Torn being the first. While you don't have to read the first one to truly LOVE this one, I would highly recommend it. Erynn's writing style is so easy going, you truly feel like you're more than just reading this novel. You feel like you're living it! Don't let the cover fool you, you'll want to pick this entire series up!

  • Laura
    2018-11-17 21:35

    Title: PAIGE REWRITTENAuthor: Erynn MangumPublisher: NavPressOctober 2013ISBN: 978-1-6129-1321-6Genre: Young adult/teenPaige Alder is in a really good place. She’s dating nice guy Tyler. Her boss has offered her a raise. Her walk with God is strong. Life is great—and that’s when things start to change.First, the youth pastor at church keeps asking Paige to work with him full-time. Then her sister shows up newly engaged and wanting to reconnect, even though they haven’t spoken in years. And now former boyfriend Luke has come back into her life. How is Paige supposed to know what the right decisions are?This warm and humorous second book in the Paige Alder series will help young girls work through important issues, such as forgiving others and obeying God.PAIGE REWRITTEN is the second book in the Paige Alder series, but it doesn’t stand alone. Readers will want to read the first book Paige Torn first, and will want the third book Paige Turned to hurry and release next year as this book ends with a major issue that hasn’t had closure. I know I can’t wait for it! Fans of chicklit, first person – present tense, young adult or teen books will want to read PAIGE REWRITTEN and this series. There are a lot of issues that teens and young adults will relate to, and valuable lessons. Great books to have in a church library, a Christian school library, a youth group classroom, or other places where teens or singles hang out. A great book! 5 stars! $14.99. 336 pages.

  • Lori Twichell
    2018-11-23 02:49

    One of my favorite things about Erynn Mangum’s writing is that it’s fun and light, but it’s real. Some chick lit or comedy writing is so outrageous you know that there’s no way it would really truly happen. That doesn’t mean you don’t love it. It’s just not real. But Erynn takes real life situations, makes them entertaining, and along the way gives us warm fuzzies about the characters. Paige and her friends are no different. Even when babies are born and marriages are taking place, the fun doesn’t stop and we learn to grow with these characters.One of the other things that I love is that Erynn’s books are safe for anyone to read. My daughters (one of which has just developed a love of reading at the age of 14) can grab one of Erynn’s books and I know that she’s going to get good stuff. There’s nothing to worry about here! I’m so thankful for that because even with Christian books, sometimes you get the rough side of life so you can see how much God saves us every day. Erynn’s books are solid, entertaining books that I can trust with my young readers at home.The thing that drove me crazy about this book was the ending. Erynn, when can I get the next one?? I’m hanging on here and wondering how often I’ll need to visit Panda Express while I’m waiting…Review copy provided by Publicist – Wynn Wynn Media. Thank you!

  • Lindsey Silvestrini
    2018-12-07 04:50

    I truly loved Paige Torn so I was really excited to see Paige Rewritten followed so closely behind. As with the first book, as soon as I started it, I couldn’t put it down!I know it just breaks all the rules to judge a book by it’s cover but can’t you just tell from this one that it’s going to be a good one? Things like color and font actually go a long way towards what the story inside will be like. Maybe sometimes that’s inaccurate but in this case it wasn’t!Paige Alder is a character I really enjoy and appreciate. She’s so down to earth and just normal. So many books these days just have to turn people into these heroines that aren’t realistic. Paige is a heroine in her own right but more in an everyday gal doing what she’s supposed to do kind of way.Paige is living her day to day life at her job she enjoys but isn’t what she thought she’d be doing. (I can totally relate to that from past experience). When Paige’s past collides with her present and will directly affect her future, she has some decisions to make! Turning to her Bible and God in prayer is her natural response and one that will bode well for her in the long run, even if she experiences some bumps and bruises along the way.Paige Rewritten is an easy, pleasant read with endearing characters that will leave a stamp on your hear. I can’t wait to see what Paige does next!

  • Jalynn Patterson
    2018-11-30 20:41

    My Review: Paige's life was going oh so well after all that Luke her ex-boyfriend put her through. She has a good paying job as a secretary of an adoption agency, a boyfriend who always hits the mark and a boss who is very cooperative. What more could she ask for?But now her birthday is here, she is one year older and has to celebrate it alone. Or she thought until she got a call from an unknown caller. She answers and finds out her ex is back in town and wants to have a birthday dinner with her. What a bummer, I mean you are finally over a guy and here he is again. Not only being alone but he also has a point, so they go to the Cheesecake Factory in celebration of her oldness. Luke is back in town and wants to fix all his wrong doings. but the one that seems to be the hardest is Paige, the girl of whom he broke her heart. He just wants to show her he's changed and he is very sorry but she doesn't seem to even care maybe he can change her mind. But how? Will she ever believe him after all he's put her through?I have truly loved this series of books. Erynn Mangum is a gifted writer, no doubt about it!**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from CFBA.

  • Pamela Hubbard
    2018-11-25 00:47

    Paige Alder returns in this second book. She has learned to say "no" and slow down in life a bit, making the important things a priority. In this book though, Paige gets overwhelmed and paralyzed by major life decisions that she is forced to make. These decisions urge her to take a look at her heart and stop running from things or being complacent. She gets a job offer that will let her use her degree, but struggles with the idea of quitting her current job. She is getting closer to Tyler, but Luke (her ex from 5 years ago) is back in the picture and is extremely persistent (read: annoying) in trying to get Paige back. Then, her prodigal sister returns, and Paige has to learn the true meaning of grace and forgiveness.This book had the wonderful balance of humour and emotions. I got stressed out with Paige as she faced major change, but I also laughed and celebrated with her as she found victory and peace. The book did end on a semi-cliffhanger though, so I can't wait to see how Paige gets herself out of this scrape!

  • Stacie
    2018-11-24 01:24

    I thought this was a great follow up to "Paige Torn"... When you compare this series to her Lauren Holbrook Series you can tell she has advanced in her writing. I have probably read the Lauren Holbrook series 15 times, because it's light,fun and the main character is hilarious. This series goes a little deeper, which I really enjoy. The ending of this book leaves you hanging off your seat, and wishing it was was April already! I hope that she continues to write her stories on love, dating, and her characters are obsessed with coffee and chocolate. The way Erynn writes, it never gets old it just makes you relate to the characters. Especially when they go to California Pizza Kitchen and obsess over the exact same pizza you always order. I also enjoy how she includes her characters doing daily devotions and how they relate to their lives. She is never pushy about it, but inserts it every once in a while. Overall, another winner!

  • Laura
    2018-12-10 03:52

    When we last saw Paige, her ex-boyfriend and long-lost sister had both suddenly popped back into her life. In this second book in the series, Paige is dealing with broken relationships, juggling her responsibilities, and debating a job change.While nothing huge happens in the book, Mangum does a fantastic job of telling a fun, witty story with drops of spiritual truth. I love the characters, and the minor characters are just as great as the main ones.As with her other series, Mangum gives hints of who Paige will end up with but also creates to guys worth rooting for!I can't wait until the third one comes out....why did this one have to end on a cliffhanger? Fans of Christian fiction about girls in the 20s figuring out adulthood will enjoy this book.

  • Jenn
    2018-12-13 23:41

    great vacation read. I give it 3.5 it had been awhile since reading #1 so it took a few pages to remember. I love Erynn's books and follow her blog my one criticism would be that her main series characters are all similar, but I'm always left wanting more so it's not a bad thing. that said, I didn't really enjoy her stand alone YA as much because it wasn't the fun, flawed girl. I also love that erynn's characters & stories love God but aren't overly preachy.

  • Stephanie
    2018-11-25 20:45

    What I like about Paige is her honesty. She is constantly holding herself up to Scripture and seeing how she measures up (or falls short). When she doesn't understand what God has in mind for her, she admits it. When she makes mistakes, she makes amends, but not always with grace. I feel much more normal when I spend time with Paige. Thanks, Erynn Mangum.

  • NCPL Teenzone
    2018-11-17 00:46

    great vacation read. I give it 3.5 it had been awhile since reading #1 so it took a few pages to remember. I love Erynn's books and follow her blog my one criticism would be that her main series characters are all similar, but I'm always left wanting more so it's not a bad thing. I also love that erynn's characters & stories love God but aren't overly preachy.

  • Eleanor
    2018-11-29 23:32

    Definitely just as good as the first book; more cuteness and even more drama. I think as a person who finds it hard to forgive people one of the messages of this book really struck a chord with me. I loved it and found it very enjoyable while also learning some biblical knowledge and some things about myself in the process.

  • Lanae
    2018-12-05 02:46

    I love how relatable these characters are! Paige isn't some super Christian with her life all figured out. This book had fun humor, but also real life struggles. It made me laugh and even made me think! I'll warn you, it leaves at a cliff hanger! I'm rooting for her and Tyler!! (We need more guys like Tyler in this world! :))

  • Sarah Potjewijd
    2018-12-03 04:29

    The second book in the Paige Alder series is once again packed to the brim with humour, wonderful life lessons from God's word and the wonderful story of Paige Alder's life, which seems to involve a lot of Starbucks!

  • Caroline
    2018-12-13 20:54

    I liked this book, it's light reading with a nice humor. I thought the author had really clever analogies in her humor. It's not really my kind of book, but I did enjoy it! I wish it had wrapped up nice and neat at the end...but, that said, I might have to read the next one to see what happens.

  • T. Rosado
    2018-11-18 02:37

    I liked the clean storyline with reference to the characters faith, but the internal dialogue started driving me crazy. I really didn't connect with the main character. Her internal dialogue made her seem very self-righteous and intolerant.

  • Jackie
    2018-11-25 00:34

    Loved the continuing story of Page. A lot of questions were answered from the last book. But with that said I hate how she left us at another cliffhanger.

  • Halee
    2018-12-08 03:26

    This one definitely freaked me out at times; with all the plot twists and crazy things, but it's my second favorite Paige book!

  • Susan
    2018-12-11 22:46

    Um... I need the next book ASAP, please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Mackenzie
    2018-11-16 04:35

    Book 2 of 3*Great! Love Erynn Mangum!

  • Dorothy
    2018-12-14 20:41

    Such a cute story...this is what I imagine life would have been like had I not gone from my home to being married. Seriously looking for book #3!

  • Megan Emily
    2018-12-07 01:43

    HOW AM U GOING TO WAIT TILL NEXT WINTER FOR THE NEXT BOOK?!