Villain School: Good Curses Evil

Villain School: Good Curses Evil

by Stephanie S. Sanders

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Overview

Twelve-year-old Rune Drexler is a student at Master Dreadthorn's School for Wayward Villains. It's like a military school for the children of evil villains. Rune is nearly failing his villain studies, so he's sentenced to a Plot by his father, Master Dreadthorn. In seven days time he must:
1. Kidnap a princess
2. Steal a baby
3. Find a henchman and commit him to service
4. Overthrow a kingdom and place a new ruler on the throne
If he succeeds, Rune will be promoted to Fiend, if he fails, he'll be exiled from the villain community forever. Luckily, he may choose two Conspirators, so Rune chooses his best friends Countess Jezebel Dracula and Big Bad Wolf Junior. Only one problem, Rune's not very evil. In fact, his behavior on the Plot starts to seem suspiciously heroic....

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781599907307
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Publication date: 08/30/2011
Series: Villain School Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 240
File size: 515 KB
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

All great villains must begin with a Plot, and Stephanie Sanders is no exception. While she would not call herself a villain, she is the mastermind who plots against her characters, constantly throwing them into the paths of wicked gingerbread witches, cookie-baking two-faced roommates, vindictive sprite chieftains and perhaps the worst of all...evil school masters. She lives in Iowa with her two mischievous girls and her deceptively sweet husband, Benjamin. When she's not plotting against her own characters, Stephanie is likely to be found creating strange works of art, taking incriminating photographs, reading dangerous books or eating indecent amounts of chocolate.


www.stephsanders.com


STEPHANIE S. SANDERS lives in Iowa with her two mischievous girls and her deceptively sweet husband. When she's not plotting against her own characters, Stephanie is likely to be found creating strange works of art, taking incriminating photographs, reading dangerous books, or eating indecent amounts of chocolate.

www.stephsanders.com

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Good Curses Evil 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sanders leaves you with an amazing ending that leads thousands of readers wondering what will happen next, and some may even be inspired to write fan fiction about it.
Hauntedtower More than 1 year ago
I'm really excited to read this.(also the fact that I share the same last name as Rune, which i havn't seen in a novel before). Hope it's as good as it sounds
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a great story for fun and adventure. Stephanie Sanders brought the old villians back with new life and created new villians. Very funny "plot" for pre-teens to adult! Can't wait for Stephanie Sanders' next book!
megreen1986 More than 1 year ago
I would recommend this book for upper elementary through adult! The plot twists and turns and the humor is great! What an original way to send kids the message to do the right thing NO MATTER WHAT! I loved it and hope to see more from Stephanie S. Sanders in the future!
Joles on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This book was enjoyable, but slightly lacking (hence the 4 star rating.) There was plenty of action and my "Slytherin" side really enjoyed the setting and characters. There was almost too much straight action and I felt it could have used a little more dialogue and/or description. Typically I feel the opposite way about descriptions.Regardless I found myself quickly turning pages to find out what happens to our heroic villains. I anticipate a sequel as there are still questions left unanswered. This would definitely be an enjoyable book for the middle grades that it was written for. This book is definitely geared more towards boys, but there's no reason why girls couldn't enjoy it as well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Post this on three other books look under your pillow
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Is thus good and yoh by the way