Confessions of a D-List Supervillain is just plain fun. It's short, witty and will leave a smile on your face. It's a bit nerdy, in the vein of comic book heroes and villains, but from a novel perspective. What happens when the only super-anything (hero or villain) left to save the day is a minor (and very sarcastic) villain? ...who would rather not be in the spotlight.
“Being a supervillain means never having to say you’re sorry … Unless it’s to the judge or the parole board. Even then, you don’t really have to. It’s not like it’s going to change the outcome or anything.”