Synopses & Reviews
All those aspiring ne'er-do-wells who cackled all the way to the cash register with the best-selling How to Be a Villain
are ready to embrace the finer points of the evil life with The Villain's Guide to Better Living
Within lie the answers to such trying questions as:
- Home decor — Gothic? Apocalyptic? Ikea?
- Friends — Do I have any? Can I make them?
- Work — Should I be a mad scientist or a corporate bastard?
Written by the author of How to Be a Villain, this fiendish lifestyle guide is a must-have for any villain who knows more about programming TiVo than about entertaining with panache.
Embrace the finer points of evil life with this follow-up to How to Be a Villain — the fiendish guide for those who know more about programming TiVo than about entertaining with panache.
About the Author
Neil Zawacki is a California-based freelance writer who has long been interested in the plight of evil-doers. Generally considered to be quite villainous himself, he enjoys theater, literature, and world domination.
Bill Brown is an illustrator whose work has appeared in House & Garden, Gourmet, and New York Magazine. He currently lives in Seattle, but is rarely seen in the daylight.