Strange Visitors (Smallville, #1)
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Strange Visitors (Smallville #1)

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As a teenage boy trying to hide his special powers, Clark Kent just wants to be a "normal" high schooler and fit in with the rest of his all-American town of Smallville, Kansas. But ever since the deadly meteor shower that rained down on Smallville and brought young Clark -- a child refugee from the destruction of his home planet -- the town has become increasingly populat...more
Mass Market Paperback, 304 pages
Published October 1st 2002 by Aspect
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If you are looking for chronological order in the book series, this book follows after the following:
1) Arrival (book form of the pilot)
2) See No Evil (taking place between episodes "X-Ray" and "Cool", and is Clark's first encounter with an invisible meteor-freak as well as well as Clark's first dealings with a costume- in the guise of filling in as the lead in the school musical).
3) Flight (Follows after "See No Evil" and is before episode 5 "Cool". Clark encounters his first meteor-freak who h...more
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David Lipely
Great book! Still like show better!
A faith healing Preacher is using Kyrptonite to heal people, but something is starting to go wrong.
Reads like an early episode of the TV show, but with less angst and stronger writing.

Tends to be a bit thin with character descriptions, as it assumes you've seen the show.
Imani Young
great book! definately a good book.clark is just learning of his alien origin. and he struggles to accept it. also he has problems with his feelings towards lana lang- the girl of his dreams.
Sep 09, 2013 Alex marked it as to-read
Whaaat? How did I not know this had a book series? My husband and I loved Smallville - I'm going to have to track some of these down!
Graham Bradley
I read this back in 2001, when I was really into Smallville. Not bad, for what it was.
Victor Orozco
Nice story. Like how all the characters fit in such a good story. B.
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