Lunch sacks that argue Tolstoy?! A hyper-intelligent fig from a parallel dimension?! Cake creatures?!! What’s next? Hungry for more? Find out now with the third chapter of the increasingly outrageous EMMA3000.
I am continually impressed with the intricate tapestry Jane Austen weaves around these vibrant characters she’s created—well constructed histories and elaborate relationships. For me, it was easy to become a fan as I read—and now I’m thrilled to be slappin’ some new paint on it! In the last chapter we got a little more of that history on Captain Weston and now we’ll be introduced to what could be considered the story’s “red herring”—although, neither red nor a herring, the description hews frightful close to the truth. Have fun finding out!
What do you think?