Book Review: ‘Snapshot’ by Lis Wiehl


Snapshot is a fictional story based on a real picture.

I’d give it four stars.

Mom and I both read this book in two days (each), probably because nothing else is going on in our lives. But it’s fairly easy to read. Most of the chapters are short (two to three pages), which is probably why there are 37 of them.

Anyway. This is a page turner, one of those, “just one more chapter” type of books. Lis does a great job of giving you just enough information for that part of the book, and answers to one question that makes you ask ten new ones.

That ending though… what a dissatisfying conclusion. The last two chapters really brought the story down for us. I can’t say much without giving anything away. All I can say is, “What?” and, “We knew that.”

On a side note, a Christian company distributed the book. The only Christian part of it is the presence of a minister, and the lack of swear words. Not that I mind about the swear words part, I’m just saying.

Also, what Christian book has the word whore in it?

Well, thanks Booksneeze for the free book.  It’s been a while since I’ve actually read a fiction book.  It was a nice change.

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