But why give the book back
after going to all that trouble to steal it?
Because now it's a Trojan Horse.
There are changes, little changes that have to add up.
Like here it says,
"I can't stop thinking of Ambrose Pierson."
But in the picture I took in the car, it says,
"I can't stop thinking of Ambrose Pavilion."
What's Ambrose Pavilion?
I don't know, but it was a big enough clue
that whoever stole this book
wanted to make sure we never saw it,
in fact that we saw something else.
Are all the changes like that?
Yeah, so far.
January becomes March, a cute girl becomes a cute guy.
And "A" thinks we won't notice
because we'll think we're so smart for getting it back.
But "A" doesn't know that I have the original pages on my phone.
So we have our edge back.
You're saying that Ezra left that book for us to find.
1.pack away把 ... 收起来放好
例句：She packed away the deck-chairs for the winter.冬天她把折叠躺椅收了起来。
2.be supposed to 应该；认为必须；被期望
例句：They were supposed to be here an hour ago.他们应该在一小时以前到达这里。
3.add up 加起来； 总计
例句：Let's add up the pros and cons.咱们把正反两方面的意见总结一下吧。