Yes, there are four books in the Rephaim series

I’ve noticed a few mentions around the internet of Shimmer being the third and final book in the Rephaim series, so I thought it wouldn’t hurt to bring this up again – because readers are going to be VERY annoyed if they think the series ends on the final page of Shimmer (which comes out in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom next year) .

Just to confirm…there are FOUR books in the series. That was the plan from the start.

When I first roughly plotted the series, I knew I’d need four instalments to tell the story the way I wanted to. Yes, the series is about Rafa, Gaby and Jude, but it’s also about the fractured society of the Rephaim; about these guys working out who they are and how they fit in the world. So I needed four books to allow space for that journey.

So, yes, there will be more answers in Shimmer but it will take four books to resolve all the questions raised since Shadows. 🙂

In the meantime…merry Christmas!

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  1. Alexa says:

    This makes me so happy, more Gaby and Rafa 😀 Glad you told us though, otherwise I would have probably been a bit perplexed at the end of Shimmer, I thought it was a trilogy.

  2. yahalomi65 says:

    So wait for it

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About Me

I’m the author of the Rephaim series and The Undercurrent.

For my day job, I’m a writer-journalist-professional communicator, where my writing involves a lot less profanity.

I grew up in regional South Australia and now live in Brisbane with my husband and a retired greyhound.

If you’re interested in how I came to land a publishing deal, you can read the short version in this post from August 2011. There’s a longer version (in a guest post) here.

Paula Weston