Double Trouble

Double Trouble

Book - 2012
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Vordak clones himself in an attempt to leave behing an heir to his evil empire. But something goes wrong when the clone is...nice
Publisher: New York : Egmont USA, 2012
ISBN: 9781606843727
Branch Call Number: JUV FIC Seegert, S 100 2012
Characteristics: 177 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Audience: Accelerated Reader AR MG 4.2 2.0 153544
Additional Contributors: Martin, John 1963-


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JCLChrisK Apr 30, 2013

In all your bookly reading, /
I know you'll never see /
Another rogue with my amount /
Of Evilosity. /
Not Voldemort or Olaf, /
Not Wicked Witch of West. /
When it comes to Evilosity /
I, Vordak, am the best! /
That Grinch can be a mean one /
At least until Whos sing /
But I am awful all the time /
That's just my evil thing. /
Captain Hook is quite the villain /
Just go ask Peter Pan /
But I am far more evil /
And I still have my left hand. /
So put those other tomes aside /
My books are all you'll need /
To learn of Evilosity /
. . . Assuming you can read.

JCLChrisK Apr 30, 2013

Unlike other textbooks, my books contain nothing but facts. Brilliant, invaluably villainous facts! And, also unlike other textbooks, mine has an extremely handsome author photo in the back.

JCLChrisK Apr 30, 2013

Ah--I see you have decided to read the back cover of my bombastically brilliant book. Which leads me to the following question: Why in Zarfloog's name are you reading the BACK COVER? Have you no idea how a book even works? All the awesome stuff is on the INSIDE.

JCLChrisK Apr 30, 2013

By the rotund rump of Ragnarok, I should be hearing screaming and crying and pleading for mercy! Something is amiss!


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Sep 12, 2016

The vordak is a great book I suggest you read it so read it

KCLSKidsGenre Mar 05, 2014

Vordak the Incomprehensible #3 continues the hysterically funny saga of (attempted) world domination. This whole series will have you laughing until you fall off your chair (and when you do Vordak will make fun of you).

JCLChrisK Apr 30, 2013

I love this series; it amuses me to no end. And one of the best things about it, in my opinion, is that each book is different enough that it hasn't felt at all formulaic or repetitive yet, so far staying fresh each time. The first one was a how-to manual and the second almost purely narrative, while this one is extra heavy on dialogue and character development, balanced nicely with plot and humor. While the thing I love the most about Vordak is the particular poetry of his boastful banter,* every element of each epic entices, engages, and entertains me.

In this tale, Vordak's file of formidable foes continues to grow, to the point that it might even include Vordak himself. Twice. Vordak decides to deflate rival archvillain the Blue Buzzard by defeating him in the Glorious Games at the Supervillain and Son Picnic. To accomplish this Vordak needs a son, so he creates a twelve-year-old clone of himself to play the part. Unfortunately, the younger Vordak fails to display Vordak's flair for evil. In fact, he seems overwhelmingly good; so much so, that he has Vordak doubting his own evilness--since the clone is identical to him, after all. All sorts of scheming, double-crossing, and destruction ensues. (*See the "Quotes" tab)


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Jun 15, 2013

mangaparrot thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

mschiott May 21, 2013

mschiott thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 99 and 1


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Jun 04, 2013

Vordak thinks he is purely evil, until he clones himself so they can go to a picnic. He decides to rethink when the younger Vordak turns out to be good.


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