The BOOK REPORT: Vordak the Incomprehensible: How to Grow Up and Rule the World :IN A NUT SHELL

Vordak the Incomprehensible: How to Grow Up and Rule the World~MuAhahahaha!!!
If you are a kid who would love to rule the world this is the book for you! I’m not a kid, (okay, I am one at heart,) I laughed and smiled the whole way through this tongue-in-cheek book, HOW TO GROW UP AND RULE THE WORLD, Vordak The Incomprehensible.

Vordak The Incomprehensible , Mu Ahahahaha!!! Is a world-class Supervillian and your instructor to begin learning how to rule the world. Without Vordak you will not make it. PERIOD!

You as a lowly troglodyte (inferior human or caveman as Wikipedia calls it,) have to prove yourself and come up through the ranks by being humiliated and demeaned often by your tyrant and supervillian of a teacher, Vordak. While teaching Vordak finds ways to try and make you out to be an imbecile which is all done in fun as well as so that superheros everywhere should beware of you once you have graduated to supervillian and are RULING THE WORLD!

To become this supervillian you have to learn: Vordak The Incomprehensible’s fifteen mind-numbing commandments of incomprehensibility, his step by step villainous instructions, how to interact with underlings, learn who your arch-nemesis is, (everyone has on!) through a dossier of superheros so you will know them when you see them. And learn why it’s the same thing for bad guys to wear bright colors costumes or eat a bucket of nails. Everybody knows no-good-doers ONLY wear black and other shades of black! You will also learn what the world’s biggest loser really means.

Besides costumes, helmets and many other things you will need at else one strongman; one with wings is best!

It all comes to an end with the six mistakes to avoid making when issuing an ultimatum which is so cute, (YES CUTE!) and we discover that in truth, no superheros are REALLY ever harmed.

This just might be a book to help a reluctant reader appreciate reading and even pick up a dictionary to enjoy the book more. I think the reading level should be for kids in the 10 to 13 age range. There are a few pranks in it that just might get younger children into hot water.

The book is REALLY written by Scott Seegert, flows well and keeps the comical laughter coming to the end. The illustrations by John Martin are part of the fun and charm of the book making you laugh harder and help move the story along.

J.D. Holiday

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  1. Lovely blog!

  2. Hi F.A.,
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    I love your blog aw well! Are you a Vine member at Amazon- doing reviews there?

  3. Sounds like a good book, thanks for sharing.

  4. Hi Toyin!
    Thank you for coming by!


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