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If you were rich, what would you do with all that money? Pete Ross knows how he'd handle his finances - he'd live the good life, full of yacht excursions and caviar. But when Pete and his friends become counselors at a summer camp for underprivileged kids, his vision of the high life quickly changes. He decides that he wants to accrue great wealth not for himself, but for If you were rich, what would you do with all that money? Pete Ross knows how he'd handle his finances - he'd live the good life, full of yacht excursions and caviar. But when Pete and his friends become counselors at a summer camp for underprivileged kids, his vision of the high life quickly changes. He decides that he wants to accrue great wealth not for himself, but for those who are less fortunate. He's on a mission and he'll achieve his goal any way he can - even by using Clark's powers!


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If you were rich, what would you do with all that money? Pete Ross knows how he'd handle his finances - he'd live the good life, full of yacht excursions and caviar. But when Pete and his friends become counselors at a summer camp for underprivileged kids, his vision of the high life quickly changes. He decides that he wants to accrue great wealth not for himself, but for If you were rich, what would you do with all that money? Pete Ross knows how he'd handle his finances - he'd live the good life, full of yacht excursions and caviar. But when Pete and his friends become counselors at a summer camp for underprivileged kids, his vision of the high life quickly changes. He decides that he wants to accrue great wealth not for himself, but for those who are less fortunate. He's on a mission and he'll achieve his goal any way he can - even by using Clark's powers!

30 review for Greed

  1. 5 out of 5

    Erin *Proud Book Hoarder*

    Ah, Pete The-Boss-Ross, he always cracked me up. Either on the show or in the books. Sure he's a little ignorant and stubborn but his dorky humor endears me. Here he decides to cross the friendship line and convince Clark to help him win a bet, which has a good turn-out until he turns around and screws it up again. Taken out of Smallville into a campground that Lex is financing to mix Metropolis kids for a different perspective on living, Clark and the crew act as counselors. When he's not fawnin Ah, Pete The-Boss-Ross, he always cracked me up. Either on the show or in the books. Sure he's a little ignorant and stubborn but his dorky humor endears me. Here he decides to cross the friendship line and convince Clark to help him win a bet, which has a good turn-out until he turns around and screws it up again. Taken out of Smallville into a campground that Lex is financing to mix Metropolis kids for a different perspective on living, Clark and the crew act as counselors. When he's not fawning over Lana who must have a meteor power of her own for attracting men, he's debating Pete about morals and his powers, trying to keep Lex from guessing his secret when he does an almost impossible basketball shot, and sugar-sweet talking all villains down from their crimes. There was something that stood out - when Clark almost drowned and saw his birth parents, who are this point he knew little about. Ah, that annoying meteor rock, it really gets in the way. Clark gets into so many near hospital rides in this book because of Lex's reactions and overreactions. Better than a few of them but far from the best of the group, it's worth reading for Smallville fans if you have it laying around. The plot is simple but it works well enough to keep attention, although characterization feels a little off. I like how they slid in another child's powers in there with the overarching moral lesson of not using people for greed.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nicolas

    Another fun entry in this series. This time the gang has summer jobs as camp counselors. I like how the books take them out the familiar settings we are used to. The authors did a great job getting the characters right. I got the chance to chat with co-author Jeff Gottesfeld about Smallville and more over on the All the Books Show: https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/of... Another fun entry in this series. This time the gang has summer jobs as camp counselors. I like how the books take them out the familiar settings we are used to. The authors did a great job getting the characters right. I got the chance to chat with co-author Jeff Gottesfeld about Smallville and more over on the All the Books Show: https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/of...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Victor Orozco

    Very good. It was going to take a lot to top the last story but all in all this a fine story. Set during the second season, Clark and his friends obtain a job as summer camp counselors to underprivileged kids from Smallville and Metropolis. All the while Pete Ross is experiencing a greedy spell that has him involving Clark to play at gambling. Some would believe that this is out of place for Pete Ross but then again this is the same boy who'd run illegal racing in the third season as well as bein Very good. It was going to take a lot to top the last story but all in all this a fine story. Set during the second season, Clark and his friends obtain a job as summer camp counselors to underprivileged kids from Smallville and Metropolis. All the while Pete Ross is experiencing a greedy spell that has him involving Clark to play at gambling. Some would believe that this is out of place for Pete Ross but then again this is the same boy who'd run illegal racing in the third season as well as being the youngest child in a large family, he feels unappreciated. I did like the Summer Camp setting but it made me wonder when this was. It couldn't have been during their summer break because Pete didn't know Clark's secret until after school started. They also mention Lex helping out the Kawatche Caves and that didn't happen until November. Regardless, this is nice as not only Clark's friends enjoy helping out these young kids but as it turns out one of the kids is somehow affected by the meteor rocks when he gains the psychic ability to see into the future. It's very good and the boy is a decent child who doesn't use his ability for selfish reasons. But trouble happens and Clark is there to save the day. Nice that they involved that best part of Clark in that he went all out to save the lives of young children. People just see Superman as fighting space monsters or big robots but he saves the innocent, none more so that children. Many good things. B+.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Megan Burns

    The story was actually pretty good (thankfully, Clark's mooning over Lana was kept to a minimum). My only complaint is that the summary led me to believe that it was all about Pete's greed. If anything, he was more prideful then greedy, and the story focused mostly on this little boy, DeJuan, and his special ability (view spoiler)[(which, granted, someone tried to use for their own greed) (hide spoiler)] . Oh, and (view spoiler)[DeJuan's kidnapping (hide spoiler)] got resolved a bit too quickly. The story was actually pretty good (thankfully, Clark's mooning over Lana was kept to a minimum). My only complaint is that the summary led me to believe that it was all about Pete's greed. If anything, he was more prideful then greedy, and the story focused mostly on this little boy, DeJuan, and his special ability (view spoiler)[(which, granted, someone tried to use for their own greed) (hide spoiler)] . Oh, and (view spoiler)[DeJuan's kidnapping (hide spoiler)] got resolved a bit too quickly.

  5. 5 out of 5

    elaine

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nancy The book junkie

  7. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

  8. 5 out of 5

    Octagon

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tasneemali

  10. 5 out of 5

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  11. 5 out of 5

    Diegowarmadow

  12. 4 out of 5

    Asher

  13. 4 out of 5

    Meghan

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    Janni

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    Alejandro

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kurt

  17. 4 out of 5

    Carlos

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Forry-Fino

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  20. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

  22. 5 out of 5

    Briana James

  23. 4 out of 5

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    Taylor

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    Caitlin

  27. 5 out of 5

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  28. 4 out of 5

    Ian

  29. 5 out of 5

    Suzette

  30. 4 out of 5

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