Smallville: Speed Bk. 5 (Smallville Young Adult Series) by Cherie Bennett (2003-04-03)

Book Smallville: Speed Bk. 5 (Smallville Young Adult Series) by Cherie Bennett (2003-04-03)

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  • By Janmar on March 14, 2013

    Really enjoy all the books I have purchased and would suit Smallville fans or just a superman fan. love them.

  • By tammy on April 21, 2003

    the town of smallville has decided to host a multicultural eventwhere people of diffrent races can get together and display diffrent parts of their culture. but before the big day can arrive, someone is hellbent on stopping it. homes and property are vandalized and the local sheriff seems as stomped as anyoneas to who is behind it. the book is better than most smallville books but i think the author needs to put my action in these books and make it more like the tv show and less like an 8 yearold's book.

  • By Megan Kerrigan on December 21, 2004

    I watch the television series Smallville faithfully along with my book club. Then we review the books. While Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld are the better writers in the Smallville book series, this one was not a 5 stars. The book is noble in pointing out the evils of racism. Kudos to the authors for that. The problem is we're in the mindset of the racist classmate the majority of the time, rather than in the mindset of Clark, Lana, Lex, or anyone else. This is a little too much to see his perspective. But, like most of the Bennett and Gottesfeld books, it is well-crafted and true to the Smallville characters.

  • By Cathy on 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.

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