Madison uses her camera and her love of photography to deal with the crappy summer she is having. Instead of being somewhere amazing, she was stuck in Sandyland , because of a job her father had to take.
While looking at a picture she had taken, Maddy notices a woman in the shot – a woman she knew wasn’t there when the picture was taken. When Maddy finds out that the woman is dead, she’s freaked out. When it happens again, she is more than freaked out- she’s scared.
Snap had a nice mix of teen romance, teen angst and the supernatural. It was an enjoyable book and the characters were both believable and likable. I did find Maddy a wee bit whiny and some of the situation in the book were hard to swallow, particularly the end, which got a little new-agey and preachy. While I didn’t love this book, I did like it and would recommend it, though not highly.
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Thanks to HarperCollins Canada for providing a review copy of Snap.