This sequel to Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie is an age-appropriate, moving and thought-provoking read. Written from the perspective of a character in remission, this story sheds light on the feelings and physical symptoms that plague cancer survivors. Brain injury/damage as a result of chemotherapy have left the main character with learning deficiencies and he struggles academically as a result. Another character struggles just as much physically as a result of his cancer treatment, and is confined to a wheelchair. One character is referred to as D.A., which we are to understand is short for dumb ass – other than that, language is very mild. A first love story is central to the plot and kissing occurs. Sadly, one of the main characters in this story has a recurrence of cancer and dies at the end of this book.