Emma Lawson-Crowley

Emma, 16, is an image-conscious but mostly well-adjusted teenager who worries more about her social life than her future. She loves her mother, which she shows by taking Natalie completely for granted. She harbours resentment for her father but also almost never thinks about him. As her older brother recedes from family life, Emma is compelled to take his place at the mantle of responsibility while also making sense of her budding identity, stumbling past new boundaries and struggling with the person she wants to be.