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How to Grow Up and Rule the World, by Vordak the Incomprehens... by Scott Seegert
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Jan 04, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: juvenile
Read in October, 2010

For anyone needing a handbook about ruling the world, hand them this tome of wisdom! Vordak the Incomprehensible has retired from being the Evil Ruler of the World and is willing to share his knowledge with those of us who would like to attempt to take his place. The very first thing he advises is to take his quiz to see how evil you truly are. Then he works through several steps towards being ready to Rule the World. Along the way he gives Commandments of Incomprehensibility, diagrams and helpful advice covering a myriad of subjects, from creating your secret lair to hiring henchmen.

Vordak is a fountain of wisdom when it comes to all aspects of evil geniuses ruling the world and will have you giggling through the book (but don't let him hear you). Each chapter has 'extra' humor added for adults, too, like when describing what a BLI (Beings of Limited Intelligence) is: "This group includes zombies, trained primates, and fans of the Jonas Brothers." Vordak, though claiming to be Incomprehensible, writes clearly and cleverly and makes good use of the illustrations included in the text. This is great for those who love Captain Underpants or any of the comic book superheros.

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