Emily the Strange stands for: Do it yourself; think for yourself; be
With her trademark long black hair with bangs, dark eyes, and
iconoclastic style, Emily the Strange is anti-cool, a subculture of
one, and a follower of no one but herself. With over 2.5 million fans,
Emily the Strange clothing and accessories are sold around the
world-from high fashion in Italy, to the 'Emily the Strange' stores in
Asia, to her roots in the Bay Area. Emily the Strange is also the star
of comic books and a line of stationery products as well as the
anti-hero of upcoming feature film. Our four book deal marks her debut
as literary character.
In her second adventure, Emily finds that she has created her own
nemesis when she accidentally clones herself. Again told in diary
format, like EMILY THE STRANGE: THE LOST DAYS, this second novel
features strong, unique first-person narrative along with her penchant
for Top 13 lists. The books are illustrated with black-and-red art
representing Emily's own sketches, doodles, and archival photographs.
The hallmarks of the Emily the Strange brand are quality
manufacturing, attention to details, and unique formatting. The
commitment to individuality and to excellence carries over to the
novels which, in addition to being engaging stories in their own right,
are books noted for their collectability.
Praise for Emily the Strange - Lost Days
"I had only heard of Emily The Strange in passing, and didn't really know much about the books, comics, or product line. However, I'm already in love with the character and the way the stories are told. It reminds me of a very intelligent version of Greg Heffley from the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, except that instead of it being almost entirely graphic novel, it's part novel, part graphics, and part a whole bunch of other interesting stuff."
"This has quickly become one of my new favorite books, and I've recommended it to several people already. It's a great read for anyone with an afternoon free, but its target age will be 9-13 year olds."
"Hard to imagine a better book"
Genrefluent Teens Blog Review
Series: Emily the Strange
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 27th May 2010
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 13.6
Weight (kg): 0.55