"Reger and Parker's stylized black-and-white illustrations are the high point here, and while there is some nicely paced suspense in the story's midsection, once Emily begins to suspect her doppelgänger's motives, the resolution is far too long in coming to sustain it. (Fantasy. 11-14)"
Feline-adoring, quirky Emily the Strange returns in this tepid follow-up to Emily the Strange: The Lost Days (2008), in the second of an intended series of novels featuring the cartoon figure whose likeness has appeared on a variety of teen merchandise.
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