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Return to Book Page. Preview — Dark Times by Rob Reger. Jessica Gruner Goodreads Author. Emily’s uniquely strange homeschool syllabus includes: Time Travel 2. Advanced Spy Photography 3. Great Aunts Through the Ages 5. Intro to Germ Theory 6.
Care and Feeding of ‘Squito Fish 7. Fundamentals of Black Rock 8.
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Foodstuffs of the s Thwarting Ancestral Enemies Hardcoverpages. Published December 28th by Harper first published Emily the Strange 3. To see what ;erdidos friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers teh about Dark Timesplease sign up. See 1 question about Dark Stfange. Lists with This Book. Emily the Strange should have just been left alone as a graphic on a T-shirt. The mystery behind her would have been cool.
Not all this crazy ramblings and scribble drawings. Dec 29, Sarah Sammis rated it it was amazing Shelves: A new book, a new town and a new adventure. This time, she’s going back in time to save her great aunt Lily from the white fever. Emily, though, has a few problems. To make matters worse, she can’t get any more because Black Rock, the town, has become unhinged in time and space.
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Then ther Emily the Strange: Then there’s Lily, who needs a cram session in girl power. Throughout all of Emily’s adventures this time sias her homework assignments. She’s been given permission to lps herself.
That means giving herself homework with points. There’s an appendix with some of her turned in assignments. But even back inEmily has secret tunnels to explore and unusual characters with equally unusually talents to meet. This time, though, she has to be careful to keep her family tree safe while trying to get home. There’s of course discussion of parallel universes, the butterfly effect and other time travel tropes.
Along with the time travel jokes, there’s the usual black, white and red illustrations. But there’s a twist.
While it might seem that the title is a play on the “‘Curiouser and curiouser’ said Alice” from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, the title is more literal than literary. See, Emily has duplicated herself. But not it seems her twin is out to get her and her mother is no help at all, deciding to keep both daughters.
One Emily spends her time making a secret sanctuary with help from a strange neighbor boy in an abandoned bit perdido the city sewer.
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The other Emily meanwhile emioy honing her mad skateboarding skills and pulling pranks. All of their exploits are captured in diary form. There’s just one problem Dark Times is a book I had to re-read long parts of. This was a good thing. It was fun to track down the subtle changes in each Emily and figure out which one was writing.
While the setting is new there is a similar mixture of odd ball characters to round out this hybrid graphic novel. Emily’s mother, while not a mad scientist, is just as delightfully odd as her daughter s. There’s also perrdidos boy in the sewer, and the dangerous next door neighbor who has her own agenda.
Adoro las novelas de Emily the Strange, absolutamente todas. Thr dibujos, ilustraciones, tachaduras y grafitis: Feb 17, Megan rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Girls 5th grade up, provided they are reasonably smart.
I now understand why people find it fun to read other people’s diaries! I get it now! Emily remains one of my all-time favorite protagonists ever and I am dying to get to know more about Jakey! As with the past two books, even though everything that happened is so totally not possible, the author sure makes it seem like it is.
So yeah, at first the random comments and strange pictures all over the place seriously annoyed me, but then I realized that, hey, this is her diary so it tota Incredible! So yeah, at first the random comments and strange pictures all over the place seriously annoyed me, but then I realized that, hey, this is her diary so it totally makes sense!
Somebody told me it was terrible and seemed like it was written by a kid Rob Reger gets a huge two thumbs up for how incredibly well that was written- I am strangf pleased with this book and the whole series, and am totally and eagerly awaiting book number four! Oh yeah, and I suppose it might give younger readers some bad ideas- they do tend to be for the whole “children are equal to their parents” thing, but it really isn’t that big of a deal.
It does not contain: And so for all you nitpickers, unless you are triskaidekaphobic, I personally guarantee that this book is totally ok on all fronts- so stop worrying and read it already!
Dec 15, Erika Forth rated it it was ok. Emily the Strange takes on homeschooling with a uniquely strange syllabus. One of her classes, “Great Aunts through the Ages”, emliy Emily on a time-travel adventure back to the s. Emily not only has to try to stop the mysterious death of one of her Dark Aunts, but manage to not to permanently alter history, and return perddios to her own time in one piece. Emily the Strange is an internet sensation that has grown into a series of graphic novels and now YA novels.
So, I jumped into reading this book with hte little knowledge of Emily, and without reading the other two YA novels that came before this one. So, my review comes from the perspective of someone new to the franchise.
While I found this book to be witty and amusing, I also perdicos felt confused or isolated. There were many inside jokes that only Emily fans would understand, and many references to events, people, or general knowledge from the other books that I just didn’t get. Usually, books in a series diax to have at least a paragraph of summary from the other books to help new perdodos, and I didn’t find that in Dark Times.
This would have helped me immensely. Other than that, I really enjoyed Emily’s sassy and quirky voice, and the writing was very humorous. I also enjoyed the diary-style format and the accompanying drawings were fun.
This was lod cute read, but I think you have to be a previous Emily fan to really enjoy it. Todo el tiempo desea aprender por el mero placer de saciar su curiosidad por el mundo sin strangr los riesgos ni las consecuencias, lo que a veces la lleva a meterse en problemas, y no cualquier tipo de problemas.
Mar 09, Reading Vacation rated it it was amazing. Emily has always hated school and found creative ways to skip class. I like that there are little surprises like that in the Emily the Strange books.
Emily is very smart and her time travel concoction is the perfect evil scientist invention. I prdidos love all of her crazy creations!
Dark Times takes Emily the Strange to another place and time. Science fiction meets historical fiction with mysteriously creepy results. Experience the strangeness yourself when Dark Times releases on January 1, Happy Creepy New Year indeed! May 17, Sarah rated it it was pwrdidos. Ridiculously quirky and delightful. I realized after page 1 that I was reading a book somewhere in the middle of a series, but it didn’t matter.