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13 Elements you will find in the first Emily the Strange novel: 1. Mystery 2. A beautiful golem 3. Souped-up slingshots 4. Four black cats 5. Amnesia 6. Cala. Emily the Strange has 16 entries in the series. The Lost Days. Emily the Strange (Series). Book 1. Rob Reger Author Angela Goethals Narrator (). 13 Elements you will find in the first Emily the Strange novel: 1. Mystery 2. A beautiful golem 3. Souped-up slingshots 4. Four black cats 5. Amnesia 6. Calamity.

Mystery 2. A beautiful golem 3. Souped-up slingshots 4. Four black c.. The Lost Days Emily the Strange Novels, 1 by Rob Reger problems short training whole personas report with evaluation guide dummies integrating all chapters gratis, sparknotes author, portion introduction.

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Nov 5, - Review: Emily the Strange: The Lost Days by Rob Reger. I recognize that it was one of the legendary '80s toy brands.. Who he is: Rob Reger created Emily the Strange , a "counterculture icon" who has T-shirts, comic books, and novels in her name and image. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson.

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Photographed here: Just funny words. One of my favorite parts of this whole novel were the drawings on almost every page. They added a different perspective to the reading experience, and really brought the novel to life. Review from "What's Your Story? YA Book Reviews": Mar 25, Holy Schnitzel rated it it was amazing. Dec 13, Chris rated it liked it Shelves: Good four-book series about the strange adventures of Emily the Strange, as told by Emily in her journal. Jan 08, AennA rated it liked it.

The first of the four released books under Emily the Strange series, The Lost Days, tells us the story of Emily Strange finding herself in a place she doesn't know, and remembering nothing about herself.

All she have are her pen and notebook, which remained her buddy pieces. She eventually learned she's in a town called Blackrock, as she saw in a newspaper, and tried to find the truth on what happened to her. Still remembering nothing about her past, or her present she roamed around Blackrock an The first of the four released books under Emily the Strange series, The Lost Days, tells us the story of Emily Strange finding herself in a place she doesn't know, and remembering nothing about herself.

Still remembering nothing about her past, or her present she roamed around Blackrock and found different personalities, which helped her complete the puzzle on what's really happening to her.

Reading this, I am as confused as the character, Emily Strange. There are some scenarios that doesn't seem to fit the story, which I would to like believe is intentionally done by the author. Different characters bring in different puzzle pieces and eventually the story was complete and it brought a fresh kind of adventure for Emily.

I read this book after reading the 3rd book, so I already know who Emily Strange is, and how she functions as a character. I am delighted with the book's layout, with quirky artworks and witty details. The funky design adds up to the delightful experience of finishing the story. Emily is indeed a strange and smart girl, and you'll be amazed how she handles some scenarios. Join Emily as she unravels the truth on why she can't remember anything, and what is she doing in Blackrock.

Nov 07, Anita rated it it was amazing. Sorry for my English: Sometimes I start to read English books when I cant wait for the hungarian edition.

Lost Days (Emily the Strange)

This is the story how I met Emily's book. The story is full of black humor and irony. If I read in English I'm very slow, that's my fault. At times I must get out my dictionary for idiot sentences for example: What did I expect? The frist pages contain gripping investigation with amnesia, black cats but after Aw, man!

I got migraine. Fortunately it was subplot. After this scary episode I cant stop in reading. I really loved illustrations and the story! The cover is cute. It was not the morbid comics what I expect but I'm happy with this novel. My favourite sentences: At A Glance Genre: Cliff Hanger: Kinda Rating: Worst Part: Thoughts Had: Short Review: I kinda feel like it should be younger teens, but some of the wo At A Glance Genre: I kinda feel like it should be younger teens, but some of the words and things wouldn't work too well for that.

It was weird read for sure. Cute pictures: View 2 comments. Mar 13, Katie rated it liked it. I read this on my kindle and checked it out after confusing it with a popular graphic novel I see people talk about quite a bit here.

What am I thinking of??? Its driving me nuts. The writing felt a bit forced like a middle aged man trying to sound like a 13 year old moody girl I wont continue 2.

The Lost Days

Also,apologiges if there are ample typos here. Mar 21, Amara rated it did not like it Shelves: Kill me. I can't believe I made it through that shit. Jan 31, Bookkitten collector of nice things added it Shelves: This one was an easy listening and well read audio book. Ive enjoyed it very much. Jan 12, Jethplain rated it it was amazing Shelves: Emily lost her memory and she finds her self sitting on a bench in a park more of a patch of grass really located in a beige coloured town.

All she has with her is a journal, pencil and slingshot. She sets out and "befriends" the waitress in the local shop El Dungeon named Raven who's beautiful but slow. She eventually builds a lean-to made comfy by 4 black cats. Emily documen 13 Elements you'll find in the book I've had this book for more than 5 years and I still re-read it from time to time! Emily documents her interactions while trying to figure out who she is , and why she's in this beige forsaken town that happens to be named Blackrock.

She meets Jakey a. The longer she stays , the more things are not what it seems. Raven seems to be more than a beautiful slow-witted waitress, there is something more to the 4 black cats ,something nefarious with Jakey's companions in the circus and much more about the boring town.

She slowly finds clues why she's there,saves the town from an arch enemy and inherits a legacy. This book is written in fist person and in journal style. The plot twists is entertaining as well as the doodles in the journal.

This books is one of my favourites! If your looking for something light, with mystery and twists , then I recommend you read this. Jul 05, Lindsey rated it really liked it. 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. Aside from the composition of the novel, the story itself is also engaging.

This is especially evidenced by the fact that you start on diary page Thus, you are on the amnesiac ride along with Emily the entire time. What makes this particularly clever and interesting as a twist to the story is that, in reality, the whole point of the story is shifted. Gene Blackrock'da buluyor kendini. Ah birde miras Feb 23, Jamila rated it really liked it. Emily doesn't know she's called Emily.

She doesn't know anyone else's name. She doesn't know why she can't remember these things, or why eleven pages were torn out of her notebook. But she knows that she must figure out who she is, and why this happened to her. This is the first book in the series, and it begins well enough to keep you turning the pages for most of it; from the moment you start reading, you join Emily; you want to know how she got to where she is - in life, and on the bench where Emily doesn't know she's called Emily.

This is the first book in the series, and it begins well enough to keep you turning the pages for most of it; from the moment you start reading, you join Emily; you want to know how she got to where she is - in life, and on the bench where she is sitting. However, towards the middle, I find that the story gets a little boring; she doesn't learn much about herself, and she doesn't do much apart from walk around the small town in which she finds herself.

Also, near the end, the story suddenly gets a little bit complicated, so that you have to read carefully to understand what is going on.

Still, this is a fairly quick read, and I love the way the author doesn't get tied down by trying to make it realistic. There are a lot of things in here that could in no way happen in real life Unless you are talking philosophically or being very pedantic - which I am not at the moment! These things make you WANT to read, rather than put down the book. Emily really isn't your stereotype teenage girl; she doesn't do predictable things like wear pink and worry about what people think about her.

No, she's an original character-- one I wish I could have invented. This book would probably appeal to people aged nine or ten and above, and to both boys and girls.

May 20, mina rated it it was amazing. It is a book written by an amnesiac girl whom we already knew as Emily, since it was written in big red colour on the cover, duh! She found herself sitting on a super-mini-park bench, totally in amnesia, equipped only with a slingshot, a pen, and a blank black book. She didn't know her own name, didn't know the name of the town she was in, didn't know what she did there.

But it seemed that she knew many unusual things, such as repair anything broken including golems , how to throw stones acc It is a book written by an amnesiac girl whom we already knew as Emily, since it was written in big red colour on the cover, duh! But it seemed that she knew many unusual things, such as repair anything broken including golems , how to throw stones accurately, and how to play Calamity Poker after watching the game for some time, while others have to do some bloody ritual first, and learn it for years, before understand the rules.

She lived in a refrigerator box, behind a cafe named El Dungeon, a very unusual grey place, with Raven as the dim-witted barrista, who couldn't say a complete sentence, but she made very delicious sandwiches. Was there any reason she was there? Who made her amnesia? How come Raven was never sleep? Why there were no trees but the one in the mini-park? Why everything was painted grey? Why her parents didn't look for her? And lotsa lotsa questions, one by one will be answered at the end of the book.

Some pages in the book was ripped by Emily herself for some reasons. Of course, you can read the ripped pages at the end of the book, but it would spoil the story. I have liked Emily's character since I saw her on t-shirt, and after finding out in this book that she was so singular, makes me even like her more.

Would go buy the second book: View all 9 comments. Nov 09, Cristi-Lael rated it really liked it Shelves: I had no idea what the book was, but it was super cheap and the cover looked interesting. When the book came, I learned it was the fourth, so I proceeded to borrow the other three from the library.

And that brings us to today. I have just finished this first book in the series and totally loved it. Yes, it's a middle grade book, and yes, it's absurd at times, but it's fun and silly and really enjoyable.

I loved the added graphic novel-esque elements, including the little 15 page cat flip book, and found myself really engaged in Earwig figuring out the mystery of her amnesia.

Being middle grade, these are very easy to read, but it's nice to have something light and easy every once on a while. I am certain my 11 year old will really like this series as well. And I'm really looking forward to finding out more about young Earwig and why she has some of these quirks and abilities that she has. Like with movies like Memento, I found myself pondering elements of the story later on and seeing how some innocuous fact way back on page 25 made perfect sense now that I was reading page And I love the fact that the authors included the ripped out pages from the front and middle of the book.

They even kept the page numbers on them! Jun 03, Jean rated it it was amazing. I admit it - I'm old and was never hip so a lot of pop culture stuff passes me by without even stopping to say hello. I didn't know who or what Emily the Strange was, but in this book, neither does she. It turns out Emily started as a sort of anitdote to Hello Kitty - appealing to those goth and wannabe goth teens who are too cool for that perky white cat. And now she is the star of a series of no I admit it - I'm old and was never hip so a lot of pop culture stuff passes me by without even stopping to say hello.

And now she is the star of a series of novels aimed at middle schoolers. And if she doesn't catch on with the underground cool kids in middle school, there is no justice in the world.

Her first adventure is truly bizarre, wacko, fun and, well, strange. But I loved it. Like I said, I've always been too nerdy to be cool, but if I could go back in time, I'd love to be Emily. Except maybe with dogs instead of cats. Emily wakes up to find she doesn't know who she is or where she is.

But she makes friends with some cats and with a "girl" who works in a coffee shop. She also makes friends with a sideshow attraction who can read minds. As she tries to track down who and where she is, she starts piecing together a strange story that is too complicated to explain. Suffice it to say it involves dead relatives, a golem, the town council, and a mysterious black rock.

Read this and for a few hours, you feel pretty darn cool - in a yr-old goth girl sort of way. Sep 09, Alisha Marie rated it liked it Shelves: My first foray into Emily Strange happened when I saw a drawing of her on the computer once. So, I got the inspiration to write a short story based on this character based solely on her looks and name, didn't know any of her history for an English assignment. Even owning an Emily Strange graphic tee and wallet. That's why I wanted to like this book so much.

I took the book out of the library instead of My first foray into Emily Strange happened when I saw a drawing of her on the computer once. I took the book out of the library instead of buying it because I wasn't so sure how the whole story would work out. While I liked the premise of the book, a lot of tended to be repetitive.

Emily gets amnesia, writes notes in her notebook trying to figure out the whole sordid detail, rinse, wash, and repeat. Still, I started enjoying it more towards the middle.

Emily is a very likeable heroine. Really witty and sarcastic, something that I love.

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I still think I would've liked this book more had I been a bit younger. So, anyway, I give this book three stars. It was cute and had an intriguing mystery plus intriguing heroine and intriguing supporting characters , but it wasn't too deep.

Besides that, I'm actually looking forward to the second installment in the Emily Strange series, although, they will be library reads as I have no desire to own them although I would love to own some of the artwork since it's pretty kick-ass.

Aug 23, Jessica Saylor rated it really liked it Shelves: Okay, this book was adorable. I'll admit, at first it was a little difficult for me to get into. In fact, I almost put it down.

But once I got into the story and the writing style became familiar I fell in love! There are a lot of lists and some very short and choppy sentences. But it is supposed to be following the thought processes of a young strange girl. It is also incredibly diary style with awesome drawings. But apart Okay, this book was adorable.

But apart from the very hipterishness of this book where there is gothic drawings and she wears all black and is super cool coming from a hipster, I think hipster things are cool and has weird things, this book actually has a pretty cool story line.

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