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Christopher Smith is the #1 international best-selling author of "Fifth Avenue," its sequels "Running of the Bulls" and "From Manhattan with Love" and "From Manhattan with Revenge," as well as "Bullied," "Revenge," "Witch" and "War," all four of which deal with the subject of bullying. His thriller, "A Rush to Violence," is the first in a three-book series which will include "A Rush to Murder" and "A Rush to Vengeance." Prior to writing novels, for fourteen years, Smith was the film critic for a major newspaper in the Northeast. For eight years, he appeared weekly on NBC affiliates, and two years nationally on the E! network. He has written over 4,000 reviews and he has been named Best Critic for 2010 by the MPA. He has published two previous books in his Netflix "Queued" series, which are compilations of hundreds of his film reviews. He lives in Maine.

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  • File Size: 1667 KB
  • Print Length: 323 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Fifth Avenue Productions, Inc. (October 17, 2011)
  • Publication Date: October 17, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005WV459E
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Christopher Smith is the #1 international best-selling author of more than three million books, including "Fifth Avenue," its sequels "Running of the Bulls," "From Manhattan with Love," "A Rush to Violence," "From Manhattan with Revenge," "You Only Die Twice," "Park Avenue," as well as "Bullied," "Revenge," "Witch" and "War," all four of which deal with the subject of bullying. While part of the "Fifth Avenue Series," "A Rush to Violence" is the beginning of a new a three-book series, which will include "A Rush to Murder" and "A Rush to Vengeance."

For fourteen years, Smith was the film critic for a major newspaper in the Northeast. For eight years, he appeared weekly on NBC affiliates, and two years nationally on the E! network. He has written over 4,000 reviews and he has been named Best Critic for 2010 by the MPA. He has published two previous books in his Netflix "Queued" series, which are compilations of hundreds of his film reviews. He lives in Maine.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 19, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
The bullied series are the first I have read of Christopher Smith's work. They were well thought out and interesting. From the very first page I was captivated. I read them seperately, waiting very impatiently for the next one to come out. I have since started reading his other writing. Christopher Smith has become one of my favorites. I have almost 2000 books on Kindle so far and I keep reading his over and over.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jen K on January 15, 2012
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I am an alternative high school teacher. I used part 1 (Bullied) of the series in my class this year. My students LOVED it. Many of them read the rest of the series on their own! This story kept their interest, a story that many students can relate to. Overall a great book!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl M-M on January 17, 2012
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This is a compilation of the four books from the Bullied series.
Bullied, Revenge, Witch and War.
I can remember reading the first and thinking what a strong message it was. How society, especially schools ignore blatant bullying for years and years. The way it is condoned by teachers, parents and other students. Parents because they don't want their children to be the underdog and often encourage their offspring to bully others. Teachers, because they don't want to rock the boat and often take out personal grievances on children. Students, because they don't want to become the next victim. Most importantly we as a society condone, because we do not see it as a criminal offence.
The plot has Seth receive an amulet, which gives him the power to destroy the people who make his life a misery. This amulet attracts the unwanted attention of witches and otherwordly beings, which means Seth is fighting his battle on two fronts. It is interesting to see that psychologically Seth the victim becomes Seth the possible bully. The power to seek and get revenge makes others fear him and he often crosses over the line that seperates the humane from the inhumane.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Kelly Wilson on March 5, 2012
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I picked up "The Bullied Series Box Set" without having read anything else Christopher Smith has written. I've made it into Book 4 (War), but I wish I had stopped when Book 1 ended, because at that point, I still appreciated it as a fictional voice speaking about the nonfiction experience of being bullied.

After Book 1, it becomes a mess in my mind. See, the protagonist Seth has a something that could be considered a bit of a supernatural helper. Some people are killed, and Seth ("the bullied") seeks revenge, then is faced with supernatural beings trying to take his supernatural helpers (amulet[s]) away from him. Oh, yeah, along the way, he uses his powers to make himself look hot. He has two good friends, but they're so one dimensional that I don't care to tell you anything about them. At the point at which I stopped reading (and I don't intend to read any more), the bad guys are really bad, and Seth ("the good guy") isn't very likable either.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. Blyth on January 15, 2012
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Well, I downloaded the first episode free and really enjoyed it. I then went on to buy the second, thinking perhaps I wouldn't continue after that, and then later the same day I bought the collection so I could finish reading to the end.

The book is quite far fetched, but was a great read for it. I didn't want to put it down. If you like supernatural, fast paced stories this is for you.

The book is well written wish a continuous moral thread running throughout. Not very suitable for young readers due to some of the language and scenes in it perhaps from 15 years+. (May be you want to read it first.)

I am looking forward to starting another book from this author.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By tylot3 on January 16, 2012
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Christopher Smith has done a great job with this series. He draws his readers into the story with unfortunately realistic events in schools that bring forth genuine emotions in the reader. The use of the amulet to bring depth and drama to his story and his characters was inspired. This series never slows down, I read the whole series in 2 days because I couldn't put it down once I started. If you are looking for a fast and enjoyable read you should definitely read this series, you won't be disappointed!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steve D on January 16, 2012
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These books are a great read and provide a interesting mixture of personal pain and fantasy. They will leave you thinking of your school years and wishing you could have had the power of the main character. If you were the kind of person that did bully people at school these books will leave you thinking long and hard about your actions.

I can not recommend Chris Smith books highly enough
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Beorn on June 10, 2012
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
There are spoilers in this review.
These stories suck. They are childish fantasies brought to life in an idiotic manner. This kid has the ability to make the bullies confess to the police for their crimes, but instead of doing that he makes some commit other crimes and THEN confess to that crime or to that crime and the murder. He is supposed to be an intelligent kid, but he doesn't think to protect his friends and family even AFTER his parents are murdered. He even burns down a McDonalds in order to accomplish one of these scenarios.
Another thing I find hard to believe is the degree to which EVERYONE but two people at his school are active bullies to him. I experienced some bullying in my childhood, but there is no way that it would ever be that complete. I've had some crappy teachers too, but he just about completely trashes the whole prefession.
Plus it is FULL of typos and other mistakes that make it annoying to read. The author repeats the same explanations over and over again too. He kept repeating that "teachers are the worst bullies".
Lastly, I find it impossible to believe that Stephen King read these stories and approved of them in any way.
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