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Smallville: City
Smallville: City
by Devin Grayson
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
21 used & new from CDN$ 0.01

5.0 out of 5 stars A+ Masterpiece, April 3 2004
If you are a true Smallville fan like myself, you will really enjoy this book. The characters (especially Lex Luther)are authentic..they hold true to the television show.
The book is basically about Clark accompanying Lex to Metropolis only having to safe his life from an Asian gang. In addition, Clark finally has a date with Lana but like always, he ruins it BIG TIME. You really need to check out this book..it's more than worth the six dollars you paid for it.

For the Roses
For the Roses
by Julie Garwood
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Price: CDN$ 9.49
93 used & new from CDN$ 0.01

5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Book I've Ever Read, Nov. 24 2003
I first read this book many years ago and I still continue to reread it till this day. It's a romance story that will withstand the test of time. I laughed and I cried the first time I read it and I still laugh. The characters are very visible and alive which is made possible by Garwoods amazing writing talent. I will recommend this book to anyone that enjoys reading about families that will love forever. I guarantee that this book will far surpass your expectations of any romance novel that you have ever read. After after you read it you will want to sneak and read it again. You should check out the other books about the Claybourne family such as: One Red Rose, One White rose, One Pink Rose, and Come the Spring.

Smallville Greed
Smallville Greed
by Cherie Bennett
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
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4.0 out of 5 stars I Had my Likes and Dislikes, Nov. 24 2003
I was happy to have read a Smallville book where Pete was part of the plot. The book was a easy read and simi-interesting. The story is about the gang (Clark, Lana, Chloe, and Pete) all signing up to become camp counselors at a local youth camp for inner-city kids. After falling into crater lake and almost drowning, one of the young campers developed the ability to foretell the future. This kid pretty much confided into the Clark about his abilities.
Meanwhile, Pete is trying to earn some extra cash by betting on a basketball game held at the camp. Pete puts quite a sum of money on the line and uses reverse psychology to get Clark to play. Clark wins the game and feels very disappointed because he thinks he cheated because of his abilities.
Anyway, Lionel Luther learns of the boys ablitily to tell the future and devises a devilish plan that sent Clark into search and rescue mode. In the end, all is well in the small town of Smallville and everyone is happy. By the way, Lex and Pete does the unthinkable...check out the book to find out!!!!

Smallville: Shadows
Smallville: Shadows
by Diana G. Gallagher
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
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3.0 out of 5 stars Needs To Come Into the Light, Nov. 23 2003
I was very excited to receive Shadows in the mail but was somewhat disppointed when I started reading it. The storyline was flat and soooo unbelievably STUPID. Basically the book is about a young girl new to Smallville. Her father is a sick weirdo scientist that creats mutated monster like creatures that can distort their bodies.
Anyway, one of the creatures killed a local farmer and a agent that was dispatched to Smallville to investigate the crime. Clark's father thinks that Luthor Corp is behind the deaths and takes the necessary steps to sue Lex. This upsets Clark immensely which causes a rift in the father and son relationship.
As you probably already know, Clark begins to investigate the crime to prove Lex's innocense and of course he cracks the case. However in the process of doing so, Lana is kidnapped, dad is almost killed and Clark nearly exposed his powers to Chole and Lana. Clark almost dies also.
I probably would have enjoyed the book more if the creatures weren't sooo comic book like but instead was more human (like the freak of the week in the televison show). Also, I wish that the relationship between father and son was explored more deeply. In the book, the surface was merely tapped. It's a good read only when you have absolutely nothing else in the Smaville Series to read.

Smallville: Haunting
Smallville: Haunting
by Nancy Holder
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
24 used & new from CDN$ 0.01

5.0 out of 5 stars What A Thriller....Totally Worth 5 Stars, June 14 2003
This is an amazing Smallville book. I truly enjoyed every last single page of the book. Basically, it is about a haunted house being occupied by a young girl and her mother (a scientist working for Lex Luther). The young girl Ginger, is totally spooked about living in the house and make her feelings known to Clark, Lana, Chloe, and Pete. They all hold a seance to draw out the ghost. Honestly speaking, I was spooked out of my mind after reading this book. I must admit that I had a nightmare. Overall, the characters in the books are very believable and this book will make a great Smallville episode. This book also explores the relationship Clark has with his parents which is great because it isn't explored much on the TV show. This book has earned five stars.

Smallville Speed
Smallville Speed
by Cherie Bennett
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
27 used & new from CDN$ 0.01

4.0 out of 5 stars Definitely Funny but 4 Stars, June 2 2003
This book is basically about a boy who is a big time racist and he receives an hourglass from his racist dad for his birthday. When ever he flips the glass, he can pierce the fabric of time (he can move at super fast speed like Clark Kent). This new found power allows him to commit hate crimes without ever getting caught. And with a multicultural celebration coming up in Smallville, it is up to Clark to prevent the bad boy from ruining it for everyone.

Smallville Buried Secrets
Smallville Buried Secrets
by Suzan Colon
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
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5.0 out of 5 stars Finally Clark Falls For Another., June 2 2003
I just finished reading this book and it was great. It is definitely written from a female prospective which is excellent. The book is basically about a a beautiful young Spanish teacher that all the boys in Smallville have a total crush on. She was nearly killed in the meterior shower 12 years ago and as a result, she can now read other people minds. She read Pete's, Clark's, and Lex's mind which sort of freaked them out. Clark falls for her only to have her start dating Lex. He becomes jealous and picks a fight with Lex that resulted in Clark getting into a small fix involving a mud hole (which was totally funny). Any how, Clark must eventually swallow his pride and make amends with Lex and at the same time, not let the new teacher learn his secret.

Smallville: Haunting
Smallville: Haunting
by Nancy Holder
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
24 used & new from CDN$ 0.01

5.0 out of 5 stars The Best In The Series, April 2 2003
This is an amazing Smallville book. I truly enjoyed every last single page of the book. Basically, it is about a haunted house being occupied by a young girl and her mother (a scientist working for Lex Luther). The young girl Ginger, is totally spooked about living in the house and make her feelings known to Clark, Lana, Chloe, and Pete. They all hold a seance to draw out the ghost. Honestly speaking, I was spooked out of my mind after reading this book. I must admit that I had a nightmare. Overall, the characters in the books are very believable and this book will make a great Smallville episode. This book also explores the relationship Clark has with his parents which is great because it isn't explored much on the TV show. This book has earned five stars.

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