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Vordak the Incomprehensible: Rule the School (Vordak the Incomprehensible #2)

4.06  ·  Rating Details ·  132 Ratings  ·  20 Reviews
"Prepare to be conquered by the world's funniest supervillain"
- Lincoln Peirce, author of the BIG NATE series

Greetings, goobers! After my latest experiment worked a little too well—transforming my rather fetching figure into something significantly smaller—I’ve been forced to return to those halls of horror better known as . . . school. But going back to junior high may be
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Hardcover, 192 pages
Published August 23rd 2011 by EgmontUSA
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Leslea
Feb 14, 2013 Leslea rated it it was amazing
Shelves: hilarious
Seamus loved this! Was shelved out of order at the library so we started w/ 2 instead of 1, but he's ready for book 3.

Sam loved this! Read twice.
Bookphile
Mar 20, 2012 Bookphile rated it it was amazing
My daughter and I were huge fans of the original Vordak book, though the intended audience was clearly male--which we found a bit perplexing, given how entertained we were by it. Shortly after finishing it, I stumbled upon the Goodreads page for the second book, and we'd been eagerly awaiting it ever since. Some mild spoilers ahead.

The best thing about the Vordak books is Vordak himself. He is a very vivid character with a really unique voice. A would-be supervillain, he tends to talk in very gr
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Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids
This pint size villain is so incredibly evil, but in such a good way. I'm sure he's not going to enjoy the fact I've called in pint size or evil in a good way. This evil genius is so well written that both adults and MG readers will enjoy reading his books. You don't need to have the desire to want to take over the world or rule the school like Vordak to appreciate his evil, sarcastic charm. There's plenty of laugh out lines, and one liners you'll find yourself wanting to quote, that make this b ...more
Chris
Nov 10, 2011 Chris rated it really liked it
So here we see a different side of Vordak the Incomprehensible. In his first book, a guide for aspiring supervillains titled How to Grow Up and Rule the World, Vordak was retiring from a life of crime with one final scheme: finding a worthy apprentice (through his guide) to practice villainy on his behalf with the intent of seizing power back once the work had been done (a kind of reversal of The Police's Wrapped Around Your Finger, I suppose). It was a true guide, one that found it's humor in e ...more
Cheryl Malandrinos
Dec 22, 2011 Cheryl Malandrinos rated it it was amazing
In this new book, the evil supervillian Vordak wants to create a powerful freeze ray that will turn all the water on the planet to ice. But first, he starts with his Abominable Age-Reduction Ray. Whoops, when he tests it on himself, he ends up only being old enough to enter junior high school. Problem is, the balsoid coil broke and now he can't reverse the effects of his Abominable Age-Reduction Ray until he finds a new one. Good thing Farding Junior High has one. So, Vordak, who has a penchant ...more
Diane
Sep 21, 2013 Diane rated it liked it
Shelves: read-in-2013
"So many evil plans, so little time!" This time Vordak designs an "Abominable Age-Reduction Ray" so that he can be younger and in better shape to RULE THE WORLD! Unfortunately, his machine "overshoots his age target" and he's 13 again and forced to go to Farding Jr. High (thanks to a snoopy neighbor who calls the truant officers). But when he learns that Commander Virtue's son goes to this school, an evil plan hatches in his mind. All he had to do is have a career day! Which means he needs to wi ...more
Katieb (MundieMoms)
Vordak's back and this time this pint size evil villain finds himself back in middle school *snickers* the poor guy. Even my son enjoyed looking through this book and enjoyed the laughs that ensued with Vordak. If you enjoyed the first Vordak book, I highly recommend picking up this one! You can read my full 5 star review here http://mundiekids.blogspot.com/2011/0...
Heather
Recommended for fans of Vordak's previous title How to Grow Up and Rule the World as well as for fans of truly inept villains. I preferred having an actual storyline vs. the how-to format of the previous book, but missed the moments of absolute brilliance and hilarity that popped up in several of Rule the World's chapters. I still recommend it, though. This may be an easier format to read, and kids can always go back and pick up the other title.
Lisa
Jan 31, 2012 Lisa rated it really liked it
Shelves: comedy
Lincoln Peirce stayed true to his comedic style. This new character is arrogant, quirky, and stupid in a good way. Vordak shrinks himself and therefore to avoid the law enrolls in middle school. Just one of the crazy things he does is run for student body president in his quest to defeat his nemesis Captain Virtue.
Laszlo
May 23, 2014 Laszlo rated it really liked it
not as funny
Amanda
Aug 19, 2012 Amanda rated it it was amazing
Shelves: panda-s-read
My 8.5 yr old son is TOTALLY enthralled with this book.
Ann
Oct 12, 2011 Ann rated it really liked it
Shelves: 3rd-to-5th-grade
Big Nate read alike, highly illustrated but not graphic novel
Kevin Miller
Mar 02, 2013 Kevin Miller rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 5-star-reads
A funny and enjoyable book. Kids will love this.
Melissa
Oct 06, 2011 Melissa rated it it was amazing
side splitting!
Renée Doiron
Jan 25, 2014 Renée Doiron rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kids
Perfect for 8-12 year olds and adults who like fart jokes. :)
Nathan
Jun 02, 2012 Nathan rated it really liked it
It was a funny and interesting story; however, I expected it to be more of a how to guide like the first one. It would have been a bit more entertaining that way. Still really good though.
Hanna Morgan
Jan 09, 2012 Hanna Morgan rated it really liked it
Kids will probably enjoy it but it wasn't as funny as the first. The original had me laughing out loud repeatedly.
Dawn
Dec 12, 2015 Dawn rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kason, 5th-grade
Fun read. My son and I enjoyed this one.
Amanda
Feb 10, 2013 Amanda rated it it was ok
The main character is rude and not very smart but I can see why he 4th grade boys like these books.
Carterkempgmail.Com
Ehh. This strives to be funnier than it manages to be.
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