Snap - Carol Snow An enjoyable novel that successfully balances a plot involving young Madison Sabatini's sudden and unexpected relocation to the small, economically downscale beach town of Sandyland, with an interesting subplot involving a series of strange, ghostlike apparitions appearing in the photographs Madison takes of her new surroundings. Snow's treatment of the Sabatini family's drop into misfortune never relies on stereotypes to cast those from either privileged or underdeveloped backgrounds, making Madison's internal conflicts about where she "belongs" both heartfelt and engaging. Snow also brings together her two disparate storylines convincingly and believably by novel's end, making this a very likable read.