Emily Tate

The kid stared at her for a moment, then spat on the floor.

“Ew?” Emily said. “Where’d you get your manners from, a llama?”


Fourteen-year-old Emily Tate has the unfortunate job of being the big sister to a set of crazy twins. At least, that’s how she sees it. And when their mother is mysteriously kidnapped by a metallic octopus, Emily’s first reaction is naturally the sane one —  to call the police. But somehow her crazy siblings talk her into doing something stupid: going after Mom themselves. Now she’s trapped in another world and the only way out is to find Mom.

Too bad the teens found Emily first…

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2 Responses to “Emily Tate”

  1. […] is entirely responsible for the creation of the Teens’ face tattoos, as her first drawing of Emily inspired my writing further.  I am happy to say I can finally pay her for this, but she started […]

  2. I like her. 🙂

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