Niles Wormwart, Accidental Villain

Niles Wormwart, Accidental Villain

by D.M. Cunningham


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In the science fair world of ketchup-spewing volcanoes and potato clocks, one boy, Niles Wormwart, plans to alter the history of science fairs with his time travel wristwatch based on Nikola Tesla's work. Unfortunately, history has different plans for Niles.

After Niles blows up his school's science wing with his project, his father, deciding his son needs to make some friends and take a break from his constant experiments, sends unsuspecting Niles off to the mysterious Camp Mayhem.

The only problem is that Niles' father thinks it's a role-playing camp. Well, it's not.

Headed up by the ominous Red Czechmark, Camp Mayhem is ground zero for training the future villains of today. A place for real kids to realize the real villain inside them. Niles sharpens his focus on escape while everyone inside wants him to sharpen his focus on discovering his own dark powers. There's a sinister plot brewing, and Niles is dead in the middle of it.

Thrust into a world he only thought existed in comic books. Niles discovers his true potential inside the walls of Camp Mayhem-the potential to become the darkest of evils or stay true to his good-hearted roots.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781939392374
Publisher: Spencer Hill Press
Publication date: 11/25/2014
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range: 8 - 9 Years

About the Author

D.M. Cunningham is a film and television writer, director and producer who has worked with several of Hollywood's top production companies such as Disney, MTV, NBC, History Channel, Cartoon Network, and Lions Gate. His short stories can be found in Stories For Children, Underneath the Juniper Tree, and Crow Toes Quarterly. He is a writer and columnist for Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine where he interviews the top talent in the horror and science fiction industries.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a great read and fun characters! My daughter loved it - it's definitely a book for all genders and even all ages above 6. Highly recommend.