Emily The Strange Young Adult Books

Everyone who knows me, knows I adore anything & everything Emily The Strange. So, needless to say I was ecstatic to read the young adult collection of books. The series includes four books: The Lost Days, Stranger and Stranger, Dark Times and Piece of Mind.

These books are well written, and the graphics are amazing–everything one can come to expect from Rob Reger, creator of Emily.

Rob Reger is the creator of the iconoclast anti-hero Emily the Strange whom made her first appearance as a skateboard decal in the early nineties. Since then, she has taken pop culture by storm. With a clothing line, accessories, comic books, & a movie in the works.

Let’s take a second to praise the genius mind that is Reger’s…

My favourite of the four book collection is The Lost Days, it draws the reader in and you can’t help but love Emily and her quick wit. Here, (for first time strangers) you are introduced to her posse of felines–Mystery, Neechee, Sabbath and Miles.

Amazing cover art. In this case, you can read a book by its cover. This book is just as awesome as its cover!

The excitement builds in the second release of the Emily the Strange series, a must read for anyone who likes to be entertained

The third instalment doesn’t disappoint. The cover art is amazing and just screams out “read me, read me.”

The final novel in the YA collection. The storyline flowed seamlessly throughout. Amazing reads. Only disappointment–this is the last one.

The perfect fun, light reads for readers young and old. If you’re in need of a smile on a rainy day, crack open an Emily book and you won’t be disappointed.

About Maison Moonchild

A Canadian gal that firmly believes words can change the world. An avid reader, writer and Halloween enthusiast. She has a special interest in communications and writes for pleasure and profession. She moonlights as a metaphysical maven with a knack for creating magical crystal jewelry and holiday accessories.
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