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The final installment in this superheroic series by Matthew Cody (author of Powerless and Super) will answer all your burning questions!

The truth about the Super children is finally exposed, and the town of Noble’s Green has created a special boarding school for its superpowered children. That’s where Daniel’s friends are headed, while he—regular kid that he is—is headed
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Hardcover, 320 pages
Published August 26th 2014 by Knopf Books for Young Readers (first published January 1st 2014)
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Barbara
The Supers of Noble Green trilogy concludes in satisfying fashion with Daniel Corrigan taking on his archenemy once again. Fans of the series will enjoy the action-packed adventures and the characters, many of whom have special powers. As the truth is revealed about the students attending the local special academy, Daniel faces his toughest challenge--trying to sort out his feelings about Mollie who has her own superpower and can fly. The book is filled with plenty of humor, and while it helps t ...more
Lorie Bonapfel
Daniel and his friends, the Supers, face new foes when the town of Noble Green opens a school for super powered kids that include a new gang of villains called the Nobles. The Nobles have destruction on their mind as several places in town like the ice cream parlor and the regular high school are damaged and it brings bad will from the townspeople to all the supers whether they are involved or not. Daniel and his friends must find a way to find out who is really behind the damage and is the appr ...more
Diane
Now that there are “supers” everywhere in Noble’s Green, it has become a tourist attraction. They have even opened a school for those students: Noble’s Academy for the Gifted (Johnny Noble is the Principal). It’s a bit of an adjustment for the town. There are, of course, those students who aren't responsible with their powers. Case in point: there's a new gang that the supers must deal with. They call themselves Noble's Nobles and are led by Drake, Hunter and "Mutt". But when burglaries, vandali ...more
Kellen Kanarios
This is the third book of the series. Everyone has discovered that the tow of Noble Green has a lot of super children and they opened a boarding school for the super kids. But Daniel is going back to normal school. But then their are many vandalisms in the town of Noble Green and Daniel has to get to the bottom of it. He might have to get help from his worst enemy the SHROUD!!!!

A major them in this book is to never give up it is showed when he never gives up on his super friends.
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Martha
Villainous is the third title in the Powerless trilogy. This book pulls the reader right into the town of Noble's Green and the horrible destruction occurring through fires and vandalism. Townspeople think its the children who have attained super powers. Without reading the previous titles, readers can enter the world of both the Nobles and Supers, opposing forces of children, through the prologue explaining how the children became Supers. Focusing on Daniel, supposedly a non Super, readers lear ...more
Trenton Dianovich
Villainous by Matthew Cody explains the adventures of Daniel Corrigan as he attempts to defeat Herman Plunkett for the second time. After the blackout, in the earlier book of the series, everybody in Noble's Green woke up and remembered that they had superpowers. A school was built for all of the kids who had just discovered their power so they could learn how to use them. The town started having problems. Daniel figured that the problems were being caused by Clay. He was wrong, it was a group o ...more
Kyle Wong
Daniel had many sides to his personality. this includes righteousness and intelligence. he was able to deduct and discover several key points that wouldn't have been revealed well normally. he also had the sense of righteousness when facing off against Herman at the end by not killing him.
Tony Keefer
Loved the last installment to this series. Villainous was nearly a perfect conclusion to the story of Daniel and his friends.
Alice
Satisfying conclusion to a well-written series.
Julia Lair
Great end to the trilogy. But I don't want it to end! So good, keeps you on the edge of your seat.
Eric
The hero of this book is a kid named Daniel Corrigan. He's a normal 14-year-old boy who helps organize and deploy a group of kids with superpowers. But I have to wonder, is he really the hero? Or is it Eric, the one with Superboy-like skills who sacrifices his powers to save the earth?

Full review here: http://superheronovels.com/2015/05/15...

Kaitlin Michelle
I got this book for free at the ALA conference in Las Vegas. I didn't read it, because it is book 3 and I have not read the other books.
Jaymie
Great conclusion to this series! Makes me want to read the first two books again.
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Originally from the Midwest, Matthew Cody now lives in New York City with his wife and son. When not writing books or goofing off with his family, he teaches creative writing to kids of all ages.
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