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A surprising and laugh-out-loud showdown between two pint-sized super-villains, perfect for young fans of Despicable Me. Dylan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Snivels, have always told him that he is the very best and cleverest super-villain in the whole wide world. And Dylan's confident that it's true--until he starts school and meets Addison Van Malice. Sure, Dylan's costume is scary. But Addison Van Malice's is bone-chilling. And yes, Dylan's laugh is crazy. But Addison Van Malice's is bananas. And Dylan's inventions are certainly super-villainous. But Addison Van Malice's are demonic! When their teacher, Ms. Ick, announces a Diabolical Robot Building Contest, Dylan sees his opportunity to prove that he really is the most evil villain of all. But Addison's not giving in without a fight. And so begins a competition of skill and wits that doesn't go the way anyone expected...
Cruel. Coldblooded. Hades in a Brioni suit. Cillian Fitzpatrick has been dubbed every wicked thing on planet earth. To the media, he is The Villain. To me, he is the man who (reluctantly) saved my life. Now I need him to do me another, small solid. Bail me out of the mess my husband got me into. What’s a hundred grand to one of the wealthiest men in America, anyway?
Sad funny and at times absolutely shocking. A true story of sex drugs and rock'n roll with a good measure of criminal gangs and illegal parties, from drug dealing to drug trafficking, betrayal and deceit all washed down with a punishing prison sentence. Radiohead's lawyers did their best to keep this story contained; they failed. (A quote from a devoted Radiohead fan) "There are no winners in this story, what they did to this guy is disgusting, Radiohead are my life, I wish I had never read it, I will never be the same again." FD.
Die the Villain is the Noir of our pre-Snowden yesterday. Can you remember yesterday through the haze of whiskey and smoke? Finn returned from Japan last year, a 24-year-old Darknet impresario with Yakuza ties, ink, and an MBA from a prominent university. Undercover as a mild-mannered business consultant, he shrouds himself within the city's crowded café hotspots while trading in the spoils of the new century: stolen information. Alias: APHID GRIN. He hooks up with Chloë, a fashionable grad-school dropout, new in town. She draws him into a social scene he's only glimpsed from a distance, rubbing elbows with the city's youthful élite, but a foiled heist leaves him scrambling for cover, perhaps the sole survivor of his Darknet crew. His gender identity concealed from the other side of a double life, Finn loses himself within his rising celebrity as "Gigi," young society's latest It-girl.
USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHORS Megan Linski and Alicia Rades spellbind readers within a paranormal fantasy prison where supernaturals go to the dark side and villains become the heroes. Learn why readers are calling Charlie their next book boyfriend, and Ava a villain to root for! Love is even more dangerous behind bars. Ava-Marie My name is Ava-Marie, and I love living on the dark side. Getting into trouble is kind of my thing, but one night, I take revenge too far. I’m sentenced to a reform school for magical delinquents... though really, it’s a prison. As the only supernatural who can control both fire and water, I’m already a target. To make matters worse, I literally share a soul with Charlie, a sexy inmate from the wrong side of the tracks. Surviving at the Institute is almost as risky as falling in love. But there’s a way out. The Warden is offering a pardon for the team who wins the Darke Games— a sick, twisted competition where more prisoners come out dead than alive. They think I'm the bad guy. I'm about to show them just how much of a villain I can be. Charlie I shouldn’t be at the Institute. I’m in here because of her— the girl who claims to own half my soul. After losing my sight, I grew up as an orphan, banished from magical society. I learned enough on the streets to survive the gangs and fight clubs inside the prison. But nothing could prepare me for the Darke Games. Ava-Marie is my worst enemy, but if we’re going to break out of here, we’ll have to get along. Yet the more I let Ava in, the more I want her. I can’t let my desire for her get in the way of my one chance at escape. Except it already has. There’s a dark power inside of Ava that terrifies me... And none of us will be prepared when it unleashes. *** The Villain Institute is the first book in the Prison for Supernatural Offenders series. A new adult college paranormal enemies-to-lovers dark romance, this supernatural prison ignites fiery passions and secret adventures. Wow, just wow! This Prison for Supernatural Offenders series is addictive and exciting and grabbed me from the start! -debbie, Reviewer ★★★★★ Villain Institute was filled with magic, romance, adventure, mayhem, monsters, takes place in a dangerous prison, has a shady warden, and the prophecy is just starting to unfold. This is just the beginning of Ava's and Charlie's story and I can't wait to see what happens next. -D.Glenn, Reviewer ★★★★★ I adored the twists and turns, the way it led you one way only for things to go another. I am hooked on these characters and that ending had me desperate for more. It’s a series that I will definitely continue, overall highly recommended! -Joey, Reviewer ★★★★★ Break out of the Institute and order today! This series takes place in the Hidden Legends Universe, along with the Academy of Magical Creatures series, the University of Sorcery series, and the College of Witchcraft series. The Hidden Legends universe features college-aged protagonists attending magical academies, dual points-of-view, disabled and diverse main characters, and steamy, empowering romances. Each series stands on its own and can be read in any order. This is a full-length novel over 400 pages. Recommended reading age 18+
The NERDS series combines the excitement of international espionage with the awkwardness of elementary school as it follows the adventures of a group of unpopular fifth graders who run a spy network from inside their school. With the help of cutting-edge science, they transform their nerdy qualities into incredible abilities, and the results are awesome, inspiring--and hilarious. A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, home of NERDS headquarters, and it's much worse than your run-of-the-mill flu. Instead of coughing and sneezing, the victims of this voracious virus are transformed into superintelligent criminal masterminds. Soon nearly everyone--including some of the NERDS team--is plotting to take over the world. And who's to blame for this nasty infection? None other than former NERDS teammate Heathcliff Hodges. With more people breaking out into evil cackles every day, it's up to Flinch, the hyperactive superspy with a sweet tooth, to stop the virus. He needs to destroy the virus at its source, and to do that he's going to have to get inside Heathcliff's head--literally. Flinch will have to miniaturize himself and take a fantastic voyage through the supervillain's body to fight white blood cells, stomach acid, and a nest of nasty nanobytes in the hope that he can save the world from . . . the Villain Virus.
The Villain is a "Crime Procedural" that tells us the story of Johnny Carey, one of Britain's most succesful criminals—and that's why you haven't heard of him till now. You'd have only heard of him if he'd been caught, wouldn't you? And that wouldn't be so clever. The story then, takes us through Johnny's early career in breaking and entering, to his van dragging and safe cracking period, and then onto some nice little earners in the posher sex drugs and Rock N' Roll rackets of sixties' Spain. What's life all about if it ain't about Rollers, Rolex's, suits with big shoulders, chasing posh bints, having a nice game of gold with guys who'd kill you, and resting between jobs in a villa in the south of Spain? Not a lot if you ask Johnny.
Adopted at age 4, Rose Gardens doesn’t know much about her life before her parents brought her to America. She has vague memories of her time in the small orphanage in the Hunan Province of China. But none of these memories offer any explanation as to how she can fly and bend steel pipes with her bare hands. Naturally, that didn’t stop Rose from becoming a superhero. Life is as close to perfect as Rose could imagine. She has the greatest parents, the perfect boyfriend, and her career as Star Girl has been fairly impressive. With true love in her grasp, marriage may even be on the horizon for Rose and her boyfriend. But when a new villain tears into Century City, Rose finds her heart unexpectedly torn between the good man she knows she loves and the bad boy she finds herself irresistibly attracted to.
Sean O'Donnell, small-time villain and family man, walked out of his home nineteen years ago and hasn't been heard of since. Now his daughter, Iris, has returned to the East End in the hope of finding him again. But she's not the only one on his trail. The psychotic Street brothers are right on her heels - and they've got good reason to want her father dead. With the help of the mysterious Guy Wilder, Iris slowly begins to unearth the horrors of the past. It isn't long before she comes to realise that some secrets are best left buried...
Book The Villain's Guide to Better Living Description/Summary:
The creators of How to Be a Villain offer a hilarious look at style, fashion, and other lifestyle questions for villains everywhere, answering questions about home décor, friendship, work, and more. 30,000 first printing.
Book Kalisandroes and the Villain King Description/Summary:
A small town is touched by the hand of God. A drama teacher discovers a talent she can neither anticipate nor handle. A scientist is obsessed with everlasting life, and a trio of teenagers gets more than they bargained for on All Hallows' Eve. But the gamut of human emotions is deep, and K. Edwin Fritz has something for readers of every predilection- from a classic tale of a child-hating monster to soul-searching endeavors of love, self-awareness, and pride. Fritz holds no bars in this, his first collection of short works featuring ten far-reaching stories that will resonate throughout the deepest chambers of your heart and mind. Through unadulterated tales of fear, courage, mystery, and hope, Fritz shows us through his capacious imagination that everyday life truly can nourish the soul.
Book God—The Ultimate Superhero Vs. the Villain Named Jealousy! Description/Summary:
The message inside is child friendly, but it is applicable to all. Once you read GodThe Ultimate Superhero vs. The Villain named Jealousy!, you will discover why it is never warranted to envy others. God promises us that he has special plans for each one of us, but it is up to us to believe and walk in our purpose. It takes faith, courage, and patience as we wait on Gods timing to reveal his plan for our lives.
A modern Hades and Persephone retelling ... My name is Sebastian Lindstrom, and I’m the villain of this story. Don’t mistake this for a confession. I neither seek forgiveness nor would I accept it. My sins are my own. They keep me company. Instead, this is the true tale of how I found her, how I stole her, and how I lost her. She was a damsel, one who already had her white knight. But every fairy tale has a villain, someone waiting in the wings to rip it all down. A scoundrel who will set the world on fire if that means he gets what he wants. That’s me. I’m the bad guy.
Hero vs. Villain is a gently irreverent book of opposites with a slight narrative that plays on the popularity of benign villains and superheroes. Their adversarial relationship makes heroes and villains the perfect stars for a book about opposites. But can sworn enemies learn to be friends?
Acclaimed author Michael Grant’s globally bestselling Gone series continues with Villain, where old foes return and new ones rise, with action-packed scenes, gory battles, and plot twists that will leave readers scrambling for more. It’s been four years since the events of GONE. The Perdido Beach dome is down, but the horrors within have spread. The alien virus-infested rock that created the FAYZ is creating monsters—monsters that walk the cities and countryside, terrorizing all. There are tanks in the street and predator drones in the sky, doomed efforts to stop the disintegration of civilization. Into this chaos comes a villain with the power to control anyone with just the sound of his voice. Dillon Poe wanted to be a comedian once…but everyone made fun of him. Dillon the loser. Dillon the freak. Now he’s sending thousands to their death. Who’s laughing now? The only people who can stop a superpowered villain are superpowered heroes. Dekka, Shade, Cruz, Malik, Armo, and a new mutant with unmatched powers, are all that stand in Dillon’s way. But when the lines begin to blur between hero and villain—some begin to wonder who’s really the monster. Praise for the Gone series: “Exciting, high-tension stories. I love these books.” —Stephen King “Intense, marvelously plotted, paced, and characterized.” —ALA Booklist (starred review)