Animal Rage PDF/EPUB Ú Paperback

Animal Rage PDF/EPUB Ú Paperback


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  1. Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* says:

    Simple writing but well written, I continue to enjoy thesethan I figured I would when I first started the Smallville reading project Being a fan of the show and characters is likely what does it.Like the others in the earlier series besides the first book, this novelization invents a story instead of using an episode recap I enjoy this since it adds on to the fan canon, and overall the writers have done a worthy job This time the group of friends runs into a local girl who takes animal Simple writing but well written, I continue to enjoy thesethan I figured I would when I first started the Smallville reading project Being a fan of the show and characters is likely what does it.Like the others in the earlier series besides the first book, this novelization invents a story instead of using an episode recap I enjoy this since it adds on to the fan canon, and overall the writers have done a worthy job This time the group of friends runs into a local girl who takes animal activism too far, and the author brings up the controversial topics of big game hunting, meat eating, farming, and animal activists, treating said subjects delicately.The freak of the week was a clever tale about a girl who gains twisted meteor powers The ending is kind of funny, even if it probably wasn t meant to be, with the large animal suddenly charging the stage.I dug seeing the series regulars Lana isn t a favorite of mine but I loved her ending speech and the subtle revenge she takes with it it too me by surprise because I was kind of expecting some humdrum, goody two shoes output and was pleasantly amused instead Chloe is cute but almost cloying Pete s always fun, and Lex steals any page he appears on The authors captured a faithful picture of Clark and made it convincing.Enhanced smell shows up, something I d wondered about before He has an ability with his ears, four with the eyes, and considering the breath powers and mouthI always wondered about the nose The only sense not heightened As the book explains it, it s not a power but something that enhanced during puberty along with a full host of other powers I m guessing instead of actually Super smell , he just has aadvanced olfactory system than humans Works out for the subtle burning wire smell that s about to start an issue in the book, but would suck in other situations with smelly people The fear sweat smell scene was a little fan girl fascinating.Overall this series is proving to be muchfun that I anticipated Despite the weaker first book, these sequels are definitely worth a read for fans, as long as you don t mind the writing style geared for such a young age group


  2. Judy Hall Judy Hall says:

    This book follows the shows early freak of the week formatting This time, young Heather, a passionate animal rights activist finds she has an even greater affinity to animals than she realized As so many of her predecessors did, she becomes a little unbalanced as her powers take over and becomes focused on destroying Clark.More so than the episodes, this is from Clark s point of view Everyone else feels minor as Clark explores his growing gifts and skills I found that part very interesting This book follows the shows early freak of the week formatting This time, young Heather, a passionate animal rights activist finds she has an even greater affinity to animals than she realized As so many of her predecessors did, she becomes a little unbalanced as her powers take over and becomes focused on destroying Clark.More so than the episodes, this is from Clark s point of view Everyone else feels minor as Clark explores his growing gifts and skills I found that part very interesting As an animal lover I did sympathize with Heather for a long time Quality wise, the best part was Chloe s article at the end of the book


  3. John Michael Strubhart John Michael Strubhart says:

    This fourth in a series of YA novels based on the CW TV series Smallville continues the coming of age saga of Clark Kent as he learns to deal with his emerging powers and the responsibilities they impose on him Clark meets Heather who can shape shift into any animal she touches She is an avid animal rights activist making use of her meteor rock kryptonite induced talents Her activities endanger Clark s friends and Clark must protect them Clark s friendship with Lex Luthor takes a turn down This fourth in a series of YA novels based on the CW TV series Smallville continues the coming of age saga of Clark Kent as he learns to deal with his emerging powers and the responsibilities they impose on him Clark meets Heather who can shape shift into any animal she touches She is an avid animal rights activist making use of her meteor rock kryptonite induced talents Her activities endanger Clark s friends and Clark must protect them Clark s friendship with Lex Luthor takes a turn down an exploratory road of discussions about man s relationship with nature and in what way does nature shape a person The authors are veterans of DC comics and county fairs, so the narrative has engaging authenticity I found it to be an enjoyable read and needed fuel for my Kryptonian obsession


  4. theo theo says:

    It feelsMiddle Grade than YA, and sometimes it was so bad simple that it was entertaining due to that Also occasionally some of the characters seemed to have overly OOC moments, comparing to what they were on the show But anyway It s Smallville.


  5. Dark Viper Dark Viper says:

    again, i cry


  6. Victor Orozco Victor Orozco says:

    Interesting story.Set sometime after the first season episode Craving, Clark does a favor for his favorite lovely brunette friend Lana all the while he confronts a very interesting new foe.A girl named Heather Fox, a diehard animal rights activist affected by the meteor shower obtains the ability to transform into animals by touching their skins This girl is crazed via her mutation as well as her sympathies does awful crimes in the name of her cause as Clark begins to suspect her.This story was Interesting story.Set sometime after the first season episode Craving, Clark does a favor for his favorite lovely brunette friend Lana all the while he confronts a very interesting new foe.A girl named Heather Fox, a diehard animal rights activist affected by the meteor shower obtains the ability to transform into animals by touching their skins This girl is crazed via her mutation as well as her sympathies does awful crimes in the name of her cause as Clark begins to suspect her.This story was good but the big flaw in it is that somehow Clark possesses as a Super smell Now I know Superman comics have done some weird powers over the years but not many of them have held the course Somehow it s only temporary but it s very weird to read this.Not bad, could be better B


  7. The Third Place A Teen Library The Third Place A Teen Library says:

    F SMA bk.4Science Fiction


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Animal Rage ➽ [Download] ✤ Animal Rage By David Cody Weiss ➲ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Before the legendbefore the iconthere was a teenager named Clark Kent Clark is worried about one of his classmates, an over zealous animal rights activist named Heather Fox A strange series of attacks Before the legendbefore the iconthere was a teenager named Clark Kent Clark is worried about one of his classmates, an over zealous animal rights activist named Heather Fox A strange series of attacks has been aimed at Smallville farmers who own livestock and shops carrying animal fur or leather The victims suffer property damage and bodily harm, but the most bizarre detail is that Clark believes Heather changes into animal form to carry out these crimes With the county fair just days away, Clark is certain Heather will strike again probably at the fair and it s up to him to keep Lana and everyone else from danger.

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  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Animal Rage
  • David Cody Weiss
  • English
  • 19 June 2019
  • 0316174211

About the Author: David Cody Weiss

David Cody Weiss is a published adapter, author, and an editor of children s books and young adult books Some of the published credits of David Cody Weiss include Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, Phonics Comics Hiro Dragon Warrior Battle at Mount Kamado Phonics Comics , Groovy Tube Books Monsters Groovy Tube Books , and Phonics Comics Hiro Level Dragon Warrior Phonics Comics.