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  1. says:

    I enjoyed reading Snap but this is one of those times that the synopsis on the back of the novel is totally misleading If you read the above you’d think oh kinda spooky dead people showing up in pictures this could be interesting But the summary should really say Madison Sabatini a spoiled self centered and extremely shallow almost sopho dealing with adjusting to a new life new friends whining about wearing non name brand clothing and the worst life ever Not to mention that she sometimes has dead people in her photographs Despite the lackluster character that is Madison Whom I didn’t care for at all because she was extremely judgmental and shallow Though she did sort of grow up a little toward the end I still couldn’t find it in myself to forgive her completely I did enjoy Delilah Leo and Duncan They definitely stood out But obviously for me to dislike her as much as I do Snow must have her characterization down The plot despite it’s non spookiness was fast paced and entertaining I was worried about Madison breaking Duncan’s heart than having dead people show up in her camera One thing that I thought was important was one of the morals of the story that superficial things don’t matter and it’s the people that are in your life that make it worth living Which is so very true and I’m glad that Madison finally woke up and smelled the flowers Snow is a fantastic writer and I’m definitely looking forward to reading of her novels I’m just hoping next time I’ll be able to like the MC


  2. says:

    From the summary I was pretty much expecting some ghost story and how Madison managed to save the people in her photos from dying However this was most definitely not the case In fact Snap is about Madison and her family and how she would survive in a whole new place with new friends and without money something that she had always taken for grantedMy first impression and probably my lasting impression of Madison is that she's a spoiled brat She is always always always thinking about herself the way she dresses the people she interacts with how her friends back at home would think even despite the fact that her family is now officially poor But does she understand this? No She keeps thinking that she can have whatever she wants and she didn't really seem to understand the fact that her family can no longer afford to live where she used to live So she lives in denial for throughout most of the novel She keeps thinking that after a few weeks of boredom and that crappy hotel she'll be back to living like a princess But hello get a grip of reality here girl your family is BROKE However I have to admit by the last few chapters very last few Madison finally grew upDelilah Madison's friend in Sandyland is a very interesting character I loved her personality and her ability to get along with practically everyone Except for maybe that cute lifeguard but that's only because she's a little shy So it's highly understandable I found her funny and kinda uirky but in a good way And the thing with selling things on eBay? Totally cuteOverall Snap was a very original book I mean who thinks about cameras and their ability to photograph the dead and wrap it all in a nicely bound book? Apparently Carol can Which is a good thing Hahahah I like the imagination Anyway I recommend Snap to those who enjoyed Carol's previous novel Switched


  3. says:

    The summary of Snap is the most misleading thing I have ever read I expected the book to be full of action mystery and horrific events Instead I got a diary of an average spoiled teenage girl Out of 221 pages only maybe ten were about ghosts in the photograph The author completely abandons the idea of ghosts in the middle of the story and wrote about Madison's love life In my opinion Snow should have just gotten rid of the ghost part which isn't much and made it a book about teenage drama The story never picks up from its boring and slow pace and the plot has so many holes For example if Madison knew that her camera was haunted and predicted the deadly futures of others why the f would she continue to take pictures? Also if she saw her dead body floating in the beach water why would she go to the beach right after? Avoid this book if you aren't a big fan of romance dramawhining Those two things basically create the plot of Snap


  4. says:

    Snap by Carol Snow tells the story of a popular girl with a great life a great house great friends and the best spot on the best high school news paper When her vacation cruise gets cancelled for a trip to the worst beach in her opinion everything goes downhill fast As she is on the beach taking pictures a strange old women appears in her photo but she wasn't there when she took the picture Sounds interesting right? It turns out that even though it had an very surprisingly interesting plot it was less than interesting At the beginning it was a hard to put down book but as the ending got nearer the story started to flop It seemed that Snow rushed to finished and made what would have been a great story a huge fail


  5. says:

    This book was ab so lute lee A Freakin mazing I really liked how she took the whole idea of you growing into yourself and put it in a way that made you think and start saying Oh my zombie that's how I want to know that I made an important decision But I really liked how she made Madison think she was seeing ghosts of the dead people It also made me think that she was seeing ghosts and that she was maybe going a little coo ku for coco puffs But most of all I liked how she kept the story going and kept the reader gussing what was going to happen


  6. says:

    snapsnapsnapYay Aside from all those random dead people in my photos I'm going to post these on MySpace Wait MYSPACE? Oh right This book was published in 2009 Oh well Cue the underdeveloped plot and incomplete dialogue we've got another book I randomly pulled off the shelf at my local library


  7. says:

    The title and cover are misleading If you are looking for a ghostparanormal adventure skip this one If you want a teen girl in a new environment with some romance and such eh there are better books but this one isn't bad It mercifully short so give it a read I guess


  8. says:

    It was pretty good an easy read


  9. says:

    GoodIt's interesting and I like itIt is super cool and has good content I really enjoyed this book very much


  10. says:

    This was a great book I loved how it had a side of romance in it


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Snap Author Carol Snow

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Madison Sabatini thought she knew who she was an almost sopho with a bright future The newest photographer on her school paper A shopaholic with great hair and a fabulous wardrobe Then in a flash everything changedNow she's stuck in Sandyland a gloomy beach town in the middle of nowhere livin. From the summary I was pretty much expecting some ghost story and how Madison managed to save the people in her photos from dying However this was most definitely not the case In fact Snap is about Madison and her family and how she would survive in a whole new place with new friends and without money something that she had always taken for grantedMy first impression and probably my lasting impression of Madison is that she's a spoiled brat She is always always always thinking about herself the way she dresses the people she interacts with how her friends back at home would think even despite the fact that her family is now officially poor But does she understand this No She keeps thinking that she can have whatever she wants and she didn't really seem to understand the fact that her family can no longer afford to live where she used to live So she lives in denial for throughout most of the novel She keeps thinking that after a few weeks of boredom and that crappy hotel she'll be back to living like a princess But hello get a grip of reality here girl your family is BROKE However I have to admit by the last few chapters very last few Madison finally grew upDelilah Madison's friend in Sandyland is a very interesting character I loved her personality and her ability to get along with practically everyone Except for maybe that cute lifeguard but that's only because she's a little shy So it's highly understandable I found her funny and kinda uirky but in a good way And the thing with selling things on eBay Totally cuteOverall Snap was a very original book I mean who thinks about cameras and their ability to photograph the dead and wrap it all in a nicely bound book Apparently Carol can Which is a good thing Hahahah I like the imagination Anyway I recommend Snap to those who enjoyed Carol's previous novel Switched Mrs. Robins Son in a flash everything changedNow she's stuck Shortchanged in Sandyland a gloomy beach town Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country in the middle of nowhere livin. From the summary I was pretty much expecting some ghost story and how Madison managed to save the people Blackening Song (Ella Clah, in her photos from dying However this was most definitely not the case In fact Snap The Books of Magic is about Madison and her family and how she would survive Los Libros de la Magia in a whole new place with new friends and without money something that she had always taken for grantedMy first Exclusively Yours (Kowalski Family, impression and probably my lasting Deep Crotch Mother impression of Madison The Watchman is that she's a spoiled brat She A Taste of Submission is always always always thinking about herself the way she dresses the people she My Life, My Times, And The Future interacts with how her friends back at home would think even despite the fact that her family Saint Nicholas is now officially poor But does she understand this No She keeps thinking that she can have whatever she wants and she didn't really seem to understand the fact that her family can no longer afford to live where she used to live So she lives Pizza! in denial for throughout most of the novel She keeps thinking that after a few weeks of boredom and that crappy hotel she'll be back to living like a princess But hello get a grip of reality here girl your family Chinaberry Sidewalks is BROKE However I have to admit by the last few chapters very last few Madison finally grew upDelilah Madison's friend Chasing Alpha in Sandyland Divine is a very Spell in Your Pocket interesting character I loved her personality and her ability to get along with practically everyone Except for maybe that cute lifeguard but that's only because she's a little shy So Aesthetics Today it's highly understandable I found her funny and kinda uirky but Payoff (Market Garden, in a good way And the thing with selling things on eBay Totally cuteOverall Snap was a very original book I mean who thinks about cameras and their ability to photograph the dead and wrap Daddys Favorite Little Girl it all Tristan & Jared in a nicely bound book Apparently Carol can Which Shutter is a good thing Hahahah I like the 2000 Essential Korean Words - Intermediate imagination Anyway I recommend Snap to those who enjoyed Carol's previous novel Switched

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G with her parents in a crappy hotel suite Instead of spending the summer with her friends at home she's hanging out with pink haired Delilah an artist who works in a shop called Psychic Photo and a skater boy named Duncan who's totally not her type Except maybe he is Determined to make the b. snapsnapsnapYay Aside from all those random dead people in my photos I'm going to post these on MySpace Wait MYSPACE Oh right This book was published in 2009 Oh well Cue the underdeveloped plot and incomplete dialogue we've got another book I randomly pulled off the shelf at my local library Pain and Pretending/With Study Guide in a crappy hotel suite Instead of spending the summer with her friends at home she's hanging out with pink haired Delilah an artist who works Pain and Pretending in a shop called Psychic Photo and a skater boy named Duncan who's totally not her type Except maybe he Sweet Valley Twins and Friends Super Chillers Boxed Set is Determined to make the b. snapsnapsnapYay Aside from all those random dead people Evolving the Mind in my photos I'm going to post these on MySpace Wait MYSPACE Oh right This book was published Tell in 2009 Oh well Cue the underdeveloped plot and Silver Bonanza incomplete dialogue we've got another book I randomly pulled off the shelf at my local library

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Est of things Madison throws herself into her one passion photography But when strange figures start appearing in her pictures people who weren't there when she snapped the shots people who are later reported dead she begins to uestion everything about who she is and who she wishes she could. The title and cover are misleading If you are looking for a ghostparanormal adventure skip this one If you want a teen girl in a new environment with some romance and such eh there are better books but this one isn't bad It mercifully short so give it a read I guess