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Pages: 302

Language: English

Publisher: Razorbill (13 Oct. 2009)

By: Josh Lieb(Author)

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When a provocation from his dad irks twelve-yearold evil genius Oliver Watson, he'll have to put his plans for world domination on hold in order to beat the pants off the competition and win the middle school election!

Lieb perfectly captures the wise-guy sarcasm and trash mouth of a seventh-grade evil genius. This is a book kids will be talking about. "School Library Journal""Pitch Perfect" -"BCCB", starred review"Lieb perfectly captures the wise-guy sarcasm and trash mouth of a seventh-grade evil genius. This is a book kids will be talking about." -"School Library Journal"-Lieb perfectly captures the wise-guy sarcasm and trash mouth of a seventh-grade evil genius. This is a book kids will be talking about.+ -"School Library Journal""Pitch Perfect" -"BCCB", starred review"If "War and Peace" had a baby with "The Breakfast Club" and then left the baby to be raised by wolves, this book would be the result. I loved it." Jon StewartJosh Lieb is on one of the great brave journeys in American literature. Or maybe he just signed my name to a blurb he wrote. Either way, you have to admit he s brave. And the book is hilarious. Judd ApatowPitch perfect Every kid who s ever felt put upon, misunderstood, and, let s admit it, infinitely superior to his or her peers will laugh out loud as they enter Oliver s hilarious secret world BCCB, starred review "Lieb perfectly captures the wise-guy sarcasm and trash mouth of a seventh-grade evil genius...This is a book kids will be talking about." "School Library Journal" "Similar to "Artemis Fowl "but without the supernatural element, Lieb's creative and twisted first novel gets a positive vote." "Kirkus"Beware, kids: Once your parents pick it up, they won t be able to put it down. (Guilty as charged.) "New York Post"Walter Mitty for teenagers, especially those who do not fit in. They will become huge fans of this book. "VOYA"Josh Lieb has set literature back a hundred years. Daniel Pinkwater""If War and Peace had a baby with The Breakfast Club and then left the baby to be raised by wolves, this book would be the result. I loved it." - Jon Stewart "Josh Lieb is on one of the great brave journeys in American literature. Or maybe he just signed my name to a blurb he wrote. Either way, you have to admit he's brave. And the book is hilarious." - Judd Apatow "Pitch perfect...Every kid who's ever felt put upon, misunderstood, and, let's admit it, infinitely superior to his or her peers will laugh out loud as they enter Oliver's hilarious secret world..." - BCCB, starred review "Lieb perfectly captures the wise-guy sarcasm and trash mouth of a seventh-grade evil genius...This is a book kids will be talking about." - School Library Journal "Similar to Artemis Fowl but without the supernatural element, Lieb's creative and twisted first novel gets a positive vote." - Kirkus "Beware, kids: Once your parents pick it up, they won't be able to put it down. (Guilty as charged.)" - New York Post "Walter Mitty for teenagers, especially those who do not fit in. They will become huge fans of this book." - VOYA "Josh Lieb has set literature back a hundred years." - Daniel Pinkwater --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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  • By Paula Mc on 5 December 2009

    I read about `I am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil...' on Shelfari and as much as I enjoy reading YA literature, this book was not the usual type of read (adult or YA) for me but I read it with an open mind and was pleasantly surprised.This book is just a fun read, you take an character like Oliver, an average teenage, a individual and not the person that everyone thinks he is, in fact he is the third richest person the country and last summer he constructed a fully functional command centre (with minions) beneath his house.As much as Oliver tries to deny it, everything he does is to seek the approval of his Father, a man indifferent to everyone, he wants to fix the world and that does not include his wife and son. Oliver view of world is slightly worrying but he knows what he is doing.There is so many laugh out loud moments in this book, I find it difficult to pick one because they were all equally funny.A fun read.

  • By Baron Samedi on 11 June 2013

    I bought this because I was looking for an amusing, lightweight read and it was cheap and looked vaguely entertaining. I underestimated it almost as much as the people in Oliver Watson's life underestimate him.You see, Oliver plays it dumb, but he is really the evil genius of the title; a sort of megalomaniac mini Bond villain who is actually more amoral than out and out evil (He has a soft spot for his mom, his dog and a girl at school; and his attempts to justify these signs of weakness to both himself and the reader are completely inadequate).His main reason for wanting to become school president is to hurt his father (not that he has any feelings towards the ol' man one way or the other of course) and this book is the hilarious and somewhat twisted story of his attempt to do so.It's not high art, but then it doesn't pretend to be. What it is, is a somewhat subversive satire on American school life and human relationships in general; with quirky cultural references as diverse as Nabakov, Boba Fett and Captain Beefheart.My only regret is that I finished it in one sitting. Finding something as entertaining as this to read next is going to be a tough call.

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