Snap was an astute and connected story that I ended up adoring. It's a multi-layered, carefully plotted story loaded up with eccentric, unique characters and a holding plot – and at the focal point, all things considered, is a family all obliterated by the agony of one smashing, horrendous act. This story attracted me promptly and after I made sense of that it was truth be told, not a "whodunit" story. This book was a solid character-driven anecdote about silly misfortune, sadness, viciousness, fortitude, catastrophe, and treachery, yet in addition about expectation, endurance, benevolence and the affection for family. I would rate this book a solid 4/5.
@Barcelonafan1 of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

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