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The NERDS series combines the excitement of international espionage with the awkwardness of elementary school as it follows the adventures of a group of unpopular fifth graders who run a spy network from inside their school. With the help of cutting-edge science, they transform their nerdy qualities into incredible abilities, and the results are awesome, inspiring--and hil The NERDS series combines the excitement of international espionage with the awkwardness of elementary school as it follows the adventures of a group of unpopular fifth graders who run a spy network from inside their school. With the help of cutting-edge science, they transform their nerdy qualities into incredible abilities, and the results are awesome, inspiring--and hilarious. A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, home of NERDS headquarters, and it's much worse than your run-of-the-mill flu. Instead of coughing and sneezing, the victims of this voracious virus are transformed into superintelligent criminal masterminds. Soon nearly everyone--including some of the NERDS team--is plotting to take over the world. And who's to blame for this nasty infection? None other than former NERDS teammate Heathcliff Hodges. With more people breaking out into evil cackles every day, it's up to Flinch, the hyperactive superspy with a sweet tooth, to stop the virus. He needs to destroy the virus at its source, and to do that he's going to have to get inside Heathcliff's head--literally. Flinch will have to miniaturize himself and take a fantastic voyage through the supervillain's body to fight white blood cells, stomach acid, and a nest of nasty nanobytes in the hope that he can save the world from . . . the Villain Virus.


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The NERDS series combines the excitement of international espionage with the awkwardness of elementary school as it follows the adventures of a group of unpopular fifth graders who run a spy network from inside their school. With the help of cutting-edge science, they transform their nerdy qualities into incredible abilities, and the results are awesome, inspiring--and hil The NERDS series combines the excitement of international espionage with the awkwardness of elementary school as it follows the adventures of a group of unpopular fifth graders who run a spy network from inside their school. With the help of cutting-edge science, they transform their nerdy qualities into incredible abilities, and the results are awesome, inspiring--and hilarious. A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, home of NERDS headquarters, and it's much worse than your run-of-the-mill flu. Instead of coughing and sneezing, the victims of this voracious virus are transformed into superintelligent criminal masterminds. Soon nearly everyone--including some of the NERDS team--is plotting to take over the world. And who's to blame for this nasty infection? None other than former NERDS teammate Heathcliff Hodges. With more people breaking out into evil cackles every day, it's up to Flinch, the hyperactive superspy with a sweet tooth, to stop the virus. He needs to destroy the virus at its source, and to do that he's going to have to get inside Heathcliff's head--literally. Flinch will have to miniaturize himself and take a fantastic voyage through the supervillain's body to fight white blood cells, stomach acid, and a nest of nasty nanobytes in the hope that he can save the world from . . . the Villain Virus.

30 review for The Villain Virus (NERDS Book Four)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cameron Martinez

    This book is humorous an fun to read. After every 4 or so chapters, you get to do some wacky exercise as part of you "training". I have already read the other 3 books, so this book goes great with the story. If you haven't read the first three books, you should. The words are humorous and goes great for a short read. Some good pars are the humor and story line. Some bad parts are that at the end, it leaves you with a cliffhanger. You will enjoy this book if you read the first three first. This b This book is humorous an fun to read. After every 4 or so chapters, you get to do some wacky exercise as part of you "training". I have already read the other 3 books, so this book goes great with the story. If you haven't read the first three books, you should. The words are humorous and goes great for a short read. Some good pars are the humor and story line. Some bad parts are that at the end, it leaves you with a cliffhanger. You will enjoy this book if you read the first three first. This book is one of my favorites this year.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Odith Senerath

    A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, home of NERDS headquarters, and it's much worse than your run of the mill flu. Instead of coughing and sneezing, the victims of this voracious virus are transformed into super-intelligent criminal masterminds! Soon nearly everyone, including some of the NERDS team, is plotting to take over the world! And who's to blame for this nasty infection? None other than the NERDS' former teammate, Heathcliff Hodges. With more people breaking out into evil cackles A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, home of NERDS headquarters, and it's much worse than your run of the mill flu. Instead of coughing and sneezing, the victims of this voracious virus are transformed into super-intelligent criminal masterminds! Soon nearly everyone, including some of the NERDS team, is plotting to take over the world! And who's to blame for this nasty infection? None other than the NERDS' former teammate, Heathcliff Hodges. With more people breaking out into evil cackles every day, it is up to Flinch, the hyper-active super-spy with a sweet tooth, to stop the virus. To do so, he needs to destroy the virus at its source, and to do that he's going to have to get inside Heathcliff's head, literally. Flinch will have to miniaturise himself and take a fantastic voyage through the supervillian's body to fight white blood cells, stomach acids, and a nest of nasty nanobytes in hopes that he can save the world from the Villain Virus.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Eric H

    The NERDS series combines the excitement of international espionage with the awkwardness of elementary school as it follows the adventures of a group of unpopular fifth graders who run a spy network from inside their school. With the help of cutting-edge science, they transform their nerdy qualities into incredible abilities, and the results are awesome, inspiring—and hilarious. A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, home of NERDS headquarters, and it’s much worse than your run-of-the-mill flu The NERDS series combines the excitement of international espionage with the awkwardness of elementary school as it follows the adventures of a group of unpopular fifth graders who run a spy network from inside their school. With the help of cutting-edge science, they transform their nerdy qualities into incredible abilities, and the results are awesome, inspiring—and hilarious. A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, home of NERDS headquarters, and it’s much worse than your run-of-the-mill flu. Instead of coughing and sneezing, the victims of this voracious virus are transformed into superintelligent criminal masterminds. Soon nearly everyone—including some of the NERDS team—is plotting to take over the world. And who’s to blame for this nasty infection? None other than former NERDS teammate Heathcliff Hodges. With more people breaking out into evil cackles every day, it’s up to Flinch, the hyperactive superspy with a sweet tooth, to stop the virus. He needs to destroy the virus at its source, and to do that he’s going to have to get inside Heathcliff’s head—literally. Flinch will have to miniaturize himself and take a fantastic voyage through the supervillain’s body to fight white blood cells, stomach acid, and a nest of nasty nanobytes in the hope that he can save the world from . . . the Villain Virus.(less)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Stallings

    A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, where the NERDS headquarters are located, and it’s much worse than the normal flu. Instead of coughing and sneezing, the victims of this dangerous virus are transformed into superintelligent criminal masterminds. Soon nearly everyone including some of the NERDS team is plotting to take over the world. And who’s to blame for this nasty infection? None other than former NERDS teammate Healthcliff Hodges. With more people breaking out into evil crackles eve A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, where the NERDS headquarters are located, and it’s much worse than the normal flu. Instead of coughing and sneezing, the victims of this dangerous virus are transformed into superintelligent criminal masterminds. Soon nearly everyone including some of the NERDS team is plotting to take over the world. And who’s to blame for this nasty infection? None other than former NERDS teammate Healthcliff Hodges. With more people breaking out into evil crackles every day, it’s up to Flinch, the hyperactive superspy with a sweet tooth, to stop the virus. He needs to destroy the virus at its source, and to do that he’s going to have to get inside Healthcliff’s head, literally. Finch will have to miniaturize himself and take a fantastic voyage through the supervillain’s body to fight the white blood cells, stomach acid, and a nest of nasty nanobytes in the hope that he can save the world from the Villain Virus.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    The NERDS crew has moved on to middle school. As if that wasn't bad enough, their new principal reminds me more than a little of Dolores Umbridge. Throw in a virus that turns the infected into supervillains and you have another action-packed, hilarious addition to the series. The NERDS crew has moved on to middle school. As if that wasn't bad enough, their new principal reminds me more than a little of Dolores Umbridge. Throw in a virus that turns the infected into supervillains and you have another action-packed, hilarious addition to the series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Paris

    Is this a real test to take at school

  7. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    This is a great series for middle grade boys! Each book focuses on a different member of the "team" and in this one, several past villains come back and there is an interesting twist at the end. "A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, home of NERDS headquarters, and it’s much worse than your run-of-the-mill flu. Instead of coughing and sneezing, the victims of this voracious virus are transformed into superintelligent criminal masterminds. Soon nearly everyone—including some of the NERDS team This is a great series for middle grade boys! Each book focuses on a different member of the "team" and in this one, several past villains come back and there is an interesting twist at the end. "A virus has infected Arlington, Virginia, home of NERDS headquarters, and it’s much worse than your run-of-the-mill flu. Instead of coughing and sneezing, the victims of this voracious virus are transformed into superintelligent criminal masterminds. Soon nearly everyone—including some of the NERDS team—is plotting to take over the world. And who’s to blame for this nasty infection? None other than former NERDS teammate Heathcliff Hodges. With more people breaking out into evil cackles every day, it’s up to Flinch, the hyperactive superspy with a sweet tooth, to stop the virus. He needs to destroy the virus at its source, and to do that he’s going to have to get inside Heathcliff’s head—literally. Flinch will have to miniaturize himself and take a fantastic voyage through the supervillain’s body to fight white blood cells, stomach acid, and a nest of nasty nanobytes in the hope that he can save the world from . . . the Villain Virus."

  8. 5 out of 5

    Reid Gueldenzoph

    I would say this book is almost perfect, because it shows all people that you don’t have to be perfect to fit in in middle school or anywhere. In fact, everyone has at least one awkward sport in there life. This series ties in perfectly to the awkward spots because it is all about how a group of awkward “Nerds” get at least one of their awkward areas of life “upgraded” with nanobytes so that their downfalls in life become their most powerful tools in the secret agent world. In this book Flinch e I would say this book is almost perfect, because it shows all people that you don’t have to be perfect to fit in in middle school or anywhere. In fact, everyone has at least one awkward sport in there life. This series ties in perfectly to the awkward spots because it is all about how a group of awkward “Nerds” get at least one of their awkward areas of life “upgraded” with nanobytes so that their downfalls in life become their most powerful tools in the secret agent world. In this book Flinch ends up getting to take charge of the team. This is a very big thing because Flinch is hyperactive, and although he has a harness that helps him channel his hyperactivity to super strength and or speed, he still has problems thinking and focusing under pressure. Throughout the book Flinch continues to get put in charge of the team when they have to stop someone whom is Infected with a virus that makes them try to conquer or destroy those who are around them. Will Flinch stand a chance against the pressure, and save the day, or will Earth fall to The Villain Virus?! Read to find out!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lizzy F

    I chose to read this book because I liked the title “The Villain Virus”, I also liked the really colorful cover. I liked that they sent in the NERDS when James Bond couldn't complete the job. It was really cool that a team of superhero kids were able to save the world every day. This book kept my interest because every chapter left you on a cliff hanger. For example on chapter Ruby was fighting a bad guy and the chapter ended with her getting knocked out. As you can see I wanted to keep reading I chose to read this book because I liked the title “The Villain Virus”, I also liked the really colorful cover. I liked that they sent in the NERDS when James Bond couldn't complete the job. It was really cool that a team of superhero kids were able to save the world every day. This book kept my interest because every chapter left you on a cliff hanger. For example on chapter Ruby was fighting a bad guy and the chapter ended with her getting knocked out. As you can see I wanted to keep reading so I would know if she got killed or not. Another example is that Flinch was injected into Heathcliff when he had the villain virus and the chapter ends with Ms. Information and the Antagonist go into Heathcliff to and try to stop Flinch however Flinch beat them and makes it out alive. However it end the chapter halfway through the fight so it makes you want to keep reading. I finished this book and I read 52% of it on my kindle this week.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jesselagimodiere

    The book is about a group of friends that save people from evils villains and in this one there is a night guard that has to watch a beast. It could destroy the universe and it is in a deep sleep and the guard has to be quiet or the beast will wake up and destroy every thing and then it will take years to make it go to sleep again I recommend this book to who ever likes super heroes. I rate this book a 4.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

    While the daughter and I enjoyed the book as much as the previous volumes I'm docking it one star because I hated the fact that the author tried to make certain aspects of bullying into a noble art. Luckily that doesn't go much beyond this particular entry in the series. While the daughter and I enjoyed the book as much as the previous volumes I'm docking it one star because I hated the fact that the author tried to make certain aspects of bullying into a noble art. Luckily that doesn't go much beyond this particular entry in the series.

  12. 4 out of 5

    retrieverfever

    If you feel hot and sweaty and get mad at everything, you have the villan virus you are super smart and you build doomsday devices. Flinch is the only person who is immune to it. Read my other reviews.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Galion Public Library Teens

    Review by G.P.: "I like how the author puts it in case file form and has you do stuff before you can read the next bit." Review by G.P.: "I like how the author puts it in case file form and has you do stuff before you can read the next bit."

  14. 5 out of 5

    Hilary Cohen

    fun!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Margo

    I can't think of a better evil name than Miss Information lol I can't think of a better evil name than Miss Information lol

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brian Medford

    Fun series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Book_Keeper

    This is my favorite one in the series. I just loved how creative it felt. Plus there was a plost-twist somewhere at the end that I didn't see coming. Overall, a great book imo. This is my favorite one in the series. I just loved how creative it felt. Plus there was a plost-twist somewhere at the end that I didn't see coming. Overall, a great book imo.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Zakailah

    omg read this book get all of the books get them!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Sanchez

    I don't have enough words to describe how much I love this series, because I'm way older than I was when I read the first books but now that I read this one I still love it. I don't have enough words to describe how much I love this series, because I'm way older than I was when I read the first books but now that I read this one I still love it.

  20. 4 out of 5

    M.

    The NERDS were 5th graders who live secret lives saving the world, occasionally disappearing to a secret lab beneath the elementary school. (And where their natural abilities were enhanced by the addition of nanobytes into their bloodstreams, giving them super powers.) Now they're 6th graders trying desperately to save the world, but their new middle school teachers and principal don't understand the kids' need to disappear suddenly and see the juvenile delinquency looming. In the meantime a vic The NERDS were 5th graders who live secret lives saving the world, occasionally disappearing to a secret lab beneath the elementary school. (And where their natural abilities were enhanced by the addition of nanobytes into their bloodstreams, giving them super powers.) Now they're 6th graders trying desperately to save the world, but their new middle school teachers and principal don't understand the kids' need to disappear suddenly and see the juvenile delinquency looming. In the meantime a vicious virus is infecting nearly everyone in the whole world, causing them to turn into villains as they invent and use all sorts of crazy weapons to destroy practically everything around them. Different team members are featured in each book of the series. In this one Flinch is the leader of the team. Flinch's body has been enhanced so that his sweet tooth fuels super speed and power, but he hasn't quite yet figured out how to use his gifts--while the sugar gives him powers, it also tends to confuse his mind. Nonetheless, he's the team leader and he leads. Pretty much nonstop action, crazy situations, and lots of drawings rush the story along. Good for about 4th grade and up, kids who like action and thinking outside the box.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Moonie

    An excellent novel, and the best in the series so far! Amazon shipped me this early, for some reason or another, and I consumed the book in an hour. The plot is a lot less silly than it seems, and certain elements that worried me in the summary didn't even show up until the last 50 pages, so.... The pacing is strange and very fast (maybe to reflect the mentality of our protagonist?) but the character development in this book is very nice- we see Flinch grow up and see the world around him in new l An excellent novel, and the best in the series so far! Amazon shipped me this early, for some reason or another, and I consumed the book in an hour. The plot is a lot less silly than it seems, and certain elements that worried me in the summary didn't even show up until the last 50 pages, so.... The pacing is strange and very fast (maybe to reflect the mentality of our protagonist?) but the character development in this book is very nice- we see Flinch grow up and see the world around him in new light, and Ruby, the final protagonist, is given a spotlight as well, setting up for her novel. Unfortunately, this means a lack of focus on Jackson and Duncan... which is alright, i suppose, as they've already had novels to themselves. The complete lack of the Hyena, however? Thaaat's a little harsh, especially when she featured so little in previous books. The art was top notch, and probably had my favorite set of drawings thus far. I loved the details put into the background- unique faces for each kid at school. Lastly, the twists in this books are excellent, and a fantastic set up for the last book. I'll be eagerly awaiting it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Brett

    The NERDS series is just as hilarious & entertaining as Buckley's "Fairy Tale Detectives" series, & that's a pretty solid feat - especially considering just how different the two are. In this book, NERDS member Julio "Flinch" Escala is put in the spotlight as he tries to lead his teammates in figuring out just what is causing the sudden spike in wannabe supervillains running around the country - seems like suddenly, every Tom, Dick, & Harry (not to mention Jenny, Sue, & Sally) are inventing craz The NERDS series is just as hilarious & entertaining as Buckley's "Fairy Tale Detectives" series, & that's a pretty solid feat - especially considering just how different the two are. In this book, NERDS member Julio "Flinch" Escala is put in the spotlight as he tries to lead his teammates in figuring out just what is causing the sudden spike in wannabe supervillains running around the country - seems like suddenly, every Tom, Dick, & Harry (not to mention Jenny, Sue, & Sally) are inventing crazy machinery & attempting to take over the world to prove to everyone just how unappreciated they've been. Can Flinch use his vaunted ADD/sugar-addiction induced superspeed & superstrength to figure out just what's going on & stop it before it's too late - & before his own teammates start to succumb themselves? A super twist at the end will leave readers desperate for the next installment, & the guys will especially love the gross-out factor caused by Flinch's time spent inside the bloodstream & brain of a giant, sleeping head.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    The NERDS team has moved on to Middle School, with new teachers and a new principal, though Agent Brand hates it and bemoans “Can’t we just flunk the team and send them back to 5th grade? Heathcliff Hodges aka “Agent Choppers” (former NERD) is also in the new school, sedated to keep from harming anyone. But is he having an effect on the team members? It starts with their own “renaming” .. From now on you will call me “Captain Kapow” or “Colonel Cuckoo” or some other ridiculous super villain name The NERDS team has moved on to Middle School, with new teachers and a new principal, though Agent Brand hates it and bemoans “Can’t we just flunk the team and send them back to 5th grade? Heathcliff Hodges aka “Agent Choppers” (former NERD) is also in the new school, sedated to keep from harming anyone. But is he having an effect on the team members? It starts with their own “renaming” .. From now on you will call me “Captain Kapow” or “Colonel Cuckoo” or some other ridiculous super villain name. Then their intelligence increases dramatically along with their paranoia and anger. When Wheezy blows a mission, Agent Brand begins to investigate what is behind. What they find is a highly contagious virus that turns normal people into Super Villains, and now they’re everywhere! How will the NERDs be able to fight this without being infected themselves? A fun sequel with an ending reminiscent of “Fantastic Voyage.”

  24. 4 out of 5

    Casey

    AMAZING!!!! Usually my best reviews are for books that I have low expectations for and then blow me out of the water. So this is the 4th in a series about nerdy kids that have super powers, the first three are ok, I love underdog stories and the humor is awesome too. But I absolutely loved this one, taking a character no one really cares about almost always taking the backseat in the adventures and then making that character the main character and have to stand out. I love it. And then the endin AMAZING!!!! Usually my best reviews are for books that I have low expectations for and then blow me out of the water. So this is the 4th in a series about nerdy kids that have super powers, the first three are ok, I love underdog stories and the humor is awesome too. But I absolutely loved this one, taking a character no one really cares about almost always taking the backseat in the adventures and then making that character the main character and have to stand out. I love it. And then the ending just throws you threw a loop. I'm almost glad I didn't read this book when it came out last September because the next one doesn't come out until next September and if I read it then I would have to wait a whole year. Cuz the ending totally wants you to read more it's fantastic/crazy. I think the next one will be the last one ast well. Can not wait!!! Yes I'll admit I'm a bit of a nerd myself :)

  25. 4 out of 5

    Cliff

    The fourth book in the series focuses on Flinch, the hyperactive member of the team, whose ability is to channel his hyperactivity into super strength or speed. But without his gear, it makes him unintelligible and unfocused. Appropriate since that also is the perfect description of this volume. While there is some cleverness to the plot, it's riddled with inconsistencies and surprises that fail to surprise. This is somewhat forgivable if one considers this book as nothing more than the set up fo The fourth book in the series focuses on Flinch, the hyperactive member of the team, whose ability is to channel his hyperactivity into super strength or speed. But without his gear, it makes him unintelligible and unfocused. Appropriate since that also is the perfect description of this volume. While there is some cleverness to the plot, it's riddled with inconsistencies and surprises that fail to surprise. This is somewhat forgivable if one considers this book as nothing more than the set up for the final volume. There is usually the side plot which tends to be more of an internal struggle for the protagonist. In this case, it ends up being very superficial and doesn't come off as significant character growth. I cannot, in good conscience, rate this volume at the same level as the previous three, because it falls sadly short of the others.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Edward Li

    a twist and weird

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kellylynn

    Definitely not a favorite. I would rate this a 2, but alas my 9 year old likes it. So I need to bump it up to a 3. We read this at the same time. I think it was great encouragement and it was definitely fun talking about the story line as we both read the book. Overall it just really didn't do much for me. I didn't like the plot, the 9 year old loved the blowing up of things and the crazy antics. I just didn't see where it all was going. I hated the end and the major cliff hanger, but I guess tha Definitely not a favorite. I would rate this a 2, but alas my 9 year old likes it. So I need to bump it up to a 3. We read this at the same time. I think it was great encouragement and it was definitely fun talking about the story line as we both read the book. Overall it just really didn't do much for me. I didn't like the plot, the 9 year old loved the blowing up of things and the crazy antics. I just didn't see where it all was going. I hated the end and the major cliff hanger, but I guess that does happen in a series like this. The actions of these elementary kids was highly implausible. But again - it is a story. In the end I liked the other series that we started together and I hope we can read more of those to keep the talks going.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Victor Alinas

    NERDS is an amazing book full of adventures and laughter.I gave it a 5/5 because it always had a new adventure every 4 or 5 chapters which kept me from putting the book down.My most favorite part in the book is when after a villain's story was read the book told me to do these silly exercises to become an agent like fight a bear or do like 100 push ups which was hilarious.The end gave me a cliffhanger which i did not really like cause i just could not put the book down!I would recommend this bo NERDS is an amazing book full of adventures and laughter.I gave it a 5/5 because it always had a new adventure every 4 or 5 chapters which kept me from putting the book down.My most favorite part in the book is when after a villain's story was read the book told me to do these silly exercises to become an agent like fight a bear or do like 100 push ups which was hilarious.The end gave me a cliffhanger which i did not really like cause i just could not put the book down!I would recommend this book to people who like action and laughter.I have not read the other books of this series but to see how great this book is to me i think the others will be great to.Overall this book is sure to be one of my favorite books.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ethan Hasibuan30574

    This book was a very good book. Its plot included a lot of action. To me it was a thriller because it was a book that made feel like I was on a spy mission with special powers because of its descriptive plot. The book is about how the NERDS team have to fight a former teammate named Heathcliff who is responsible for a virus outbreak in their hometown. The only member that can possibly stop the virus is Flinch because his other teammates have already been affected by it and transformed into crimi This book was a very good book. Its plot included a lot of action. To me it was a thriller because it was a book that made feel like I was on a spy mission with special powers because of its descriptive plot. The book is about how the NERDS team have to fight a former teammate named Heathcliff who is responsible for a virus outbreak in their hometown. The only member that can possibly stop the virus is Flinch because his other teammates have already been affected by it and transformed into criminal masterminds. The book's chapters end in thriller moments which kept me reading the book. The book is the fourth book of the series NERDS. I recommend this book to people who like to read thriller books with action.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    The NERDS books are always over-the-top fun! The kid agents have moved on to Middle School and encounter a principal and set of teachers who are unknowingly obstructing their missions to save the world! A villain virus has broken out and is spreading across the planet causing average citizens to become criminals wielding cooky machines of destruction. The NERDS must try to stop the chaos and track the source of the virus while trying not to become infected themselves. Each book features one of t The NERDS books are always over-the-top fun! The kid agents have moved on to Middle School and encounter a principal and set of teachers who are unknowingly obstructing their missions to save the world! A villain virus has broken out and is spreading across the planet causing average citizens to become criminals wielding cooky machines of destruction. The NERDS must try to stop the chaos and track the source of the virus while trying not to become infected themselves. Each book features one of the team prominently and this time it's Julio (aka Flinch) who takes the stage and tries to lead the team while under the influence of sugar and ADHD.

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