H.I.V.E. Higher Institute of Villainous Education has ratings and reviews. Jennifer said: Reviewed by Jeremey for come to . Higher Institute of Education is the first book in the H.I.V.E. series written by Mark Walden. Contents[show] Summary Otto Malpense may be only thirteen years. H.I.V.E. (Higher Institute of Villainous Education) is a top-secret school of applied villainy where children with a precocious gift for wrongdoing are sent to.
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H.I.V.E. Higher Institute of Villainous Education by Mark Walden
In a sudden turn of events, Wing is found alive, having been shot by a tranquilizer disguised as a lethal bullet, and joins his friends in their attempt to save the school. Carlos Chavez was essentially the instifute of Brazil and had pinpointed Raven’s arrival. Zero Hour involves all the most successful ex-Alphas, each out-fitted with brand-new machinery and gadgets. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. But Otto is also being hunted. Soon they will meet, and it will not be pretty.
It was so trope-y, boring, simplistic, as though childr It’s always unpleasant to think, “Am I too old for this book? E’s systems, finally when all hope is lost the Contessa sacrifices herself to save the school by setting off a massive puddle of jet fuel.
More books in this series: Too many characters, too many explanation, too many build up, too much open ended conclusion, which make me only a little interested in checking out the next book.
So, Otto hatches a diobolical plan to change the Prime Ministers mind. I got through this book fairly quickly, and although I did enjoy it, I don’t think I’m invested enough to read the other books in the series. Cypher takes advantage of his freedom to seek out Wing at H. Why don’t you just name your kid Evil McEvil?
I want to know more about her. I mean, like, the way she grew uncontrollably after having that little drop of Nigel’s blood which I think is the cause; I could be wrong?
The concept was interesting enough, even though similar things have been done before. They have to fight, and Lucy ends up dying, in a sacrifice for Otto.
E is a great book. I loved all the mischievous things the characters got up too and the not—so—usual school staff. E is an excellent book with an extremely long title.
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And the story itself is something most kids can understand: Because he is an awful protagonist that I despise. He is a genius and ca On an island in the middle of nowhere, there is a school. The main character is a super genius who has no flaws, no imstitute, no problems. I’m not the only one realizing this, right? Russian spy named Raven, mysterious dangerous dude called Number One, professor who’s literally in a cat’s body, a villain with the last name Darkdoom, and inztitute course, the fact that the school is in a cave on an island.
But when he was trying to be someone that he wasn’t really used to people were expecting a lot from him and he was feeling pressured all the time because he was trying to save the world and stuff but also he was trying to impress people so that they could trust him to save the world so he felt like he cou I thought of this book as a boring but exciting book because it didnt really jump into the action right away but it would have like very exciting parts in it as it would go deeper into the book.
After successfully completing his objective, he is ambushed and stunned by Raven an assassin that works for H. Cypher is shot dead by Wing, and Otto is nearly taken over by Overlord, but Laura uses the neural pulse device to eject Overlord and Animus from his system, nearly killing Otto in the process.
They soon discover that Lucy Dexter is actually the Contessa’s Granddaughter and can control people with her voice, which is useful for the adventures they go on. Simplistic in every sense of the word, it’s everything I could imagine. Furan then tells Dr.
Clad in black, feared assassin, double katanas I’ve no problem with the school, or the idea of one. I never got a very good sense of H. They have all been brought to the H.
And it’s not like someone ripped them out, you would be able to notice that. In other, words, someone you want to root for, unless the author deliberately makes him or her an anit-hero type of person. After all, ‘villains have the best lines and wear the best costumes’.
H.I.V.E. (series) – Wikipedia
Organic supercomputers always automatically repair themselves as seed programs, and when they reach the self-awareness stage, they are able to control what they are doing. The adventure is… um… adventurous.
They attempt to rescue Diabolus and foil the plan to use American weaponry, controlled instirute Air Force One, to set off a super-volcano and destroy civilization. But the writing did me in.
With villainy comes a certain freedom of thought, and every year one student in particular will show exceptional talent – after all, it takes the best to produce the worst. Feb 08, Clayton Schulenburg rated it really liked it. It plays around with the idea of morally grey characters, the choice between being good or evil and was a nice twist on the expectant parent clich The Higher Institute of Villainous Education hereafter referred to as H.
Otto Malpense is an orphan and when he hears his orphanage was to be shut down, he launches a plan to make bigher Prime Minister revert his choice.
The story begins as Otto wakes to find himself strapped into a helicopter flying over an ocean. Feb 20, Amelia rated it liked it Shelves: He placed a hand on his forehead, rubbing his temples.
Here’s one of my favorite quotes: