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A little boring and immature in the beginning, but character really grew!
Mar 04, Eva Bradley rated it it was ok Shelves: hs-year As a writer, when you read a shitty book, it makes you feel better about your own work because if this terrible book could get published so can I. There was just nothing exciting about it at all; a piece of cardboard is more interesting. The plot was completely predictable and the writing itself was lackluster.
Not long ago I was in what I guess you could call a…. I was at this writing program for high schoolers this summer and to make a long story short, I decided to go for a walk with this guy one night and he started making advances. I tried to ignore them as though it would help. Looking back on it, I think that guy was probably just trying to get in my pants. I wound up making an excuse to go and getting the hell out of there which is what the Sam in this book should have done on the countless occasions where was blatantly obvious that Drew just wanted to get in her pants.
It was also excessively and aggressively heterosexual in addition to being poorly written. Jan 12, Brittany rated it it was ok Shelves: read-ya.
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My review for this book might be as cold as the air in Vermont. Kissing Snowflakes by Abby Sher follows Samantha, whose father remarries and asks her and her brother to accompany him and his new wife on their honeymoon in Vermont. Obviously, Samantha is less-than-thrilled to get to know her new stepmom, but sees the trip as an opportunity to get over her ex-boyfriend and meet cute boys. Samantha quickly meets Drew, a hot and almost Olympian ski instructor, and is swept of her feet figuratively an My review for this book might be as cold as the air in Vermont.
Samantha quickly meets Drew, a hot and almost Olympian ski instructor, and is swept of her feet figuratively and literally she falls down a lot in the snow. For me, Samantha was very frustrating main character. I understand not taking the warning about Drew the first time and trying to make things work, most people would do the same. But it seemed even after Samantha knew the truth about Drew, she continued to go back and make a relationship with him. I cringed the most after Samantha referred to him as her boyfriend even though she knew he never wanted and never was even in a relationship with her.
I get that people make petty comments, but after awhile, it gets old. All of the other female characters along with her brother and father were very flat and stereotypical. I liked to see the progression of their relationship and I think this is one of the few instances where Samantha learns from her mistakes.
When I picked this book up, I wanted a light read for the winter. I think this book fulfills its purpose, but my problems with many of the characters made me struggle to finish this book. Even though it is less than three hundred pages, it took me awhile to finish. I give this book two out of five stars. Originally posted on Beauty and the Bean Boots Oct 15, Andrea rated it it was amazing.
The novel kissing Snowflakes is the best book I've ever read. The books about a girl named Samantha Sam who goes with her dad on his honeymoon. He just got married to a young woman that Samantha really doesn't like. What Samantha's going to do the whole time is try to find love. My least favorite part in this book is when Samantha finds someone she likes and they go out for awhile. But later on he wants to do things with Samantha that she doesn't want to do. So later on he moves on to another The novel kissing Snowflakes is the best book I've ever read. So later on he moves on to another girl.
My favorite part in this book is when the owmer's son takes Samantha for a walk and holds her hand. All that night they ast by the fireplace and hung out. The next day when Samantha and her family were leaving the owner's son took Samantha for another walk and this time they kissed under some snowy trees. When they were kissing a snowflake landed on Samantha's lip. Samantha's step mom told one of her one of her favorite things to do was go outsied and kiss snowflakes.
When you read this book you won't ever want to put it down. When I read it I never put it down. IT's one of those books that will keep you wondering what's going to happen next. My opinion of this book is I loved every minute of reading it. I'm normally not one who likes to read, but when I got this book I wouldn't stop reading.
This book got my attention, because I can relate to some of the things in this book. The characters in this book are just like normal people. What happens to the people in my book is things that would happen to people today. For example Samantha goes out with a boy who want's one thing. And that's somethimes what happens to people today.
This book has a clift hanger at the end of it. Samantha falls in love with the owner's son. They fell in love the day before Samantha had to leave. When she leaves they say goodbye and he tells her that later he will drive down where she lives and see her. Thst left me wanting to know what would happen next. I wish the author would write a second book on it.
Or someone make a movie out of it. The owner that i have been talking about is the owner of the hotel that Samantha's family is staying in.
The place Samantha's dad went on honeymoon was on a ski trip. The people who went was Samantha, her brother, her dad, and her new step mom. The way i know Samantha doesn't like her new step mom is she yelled at her and told her she didn't like her and she would never be her mom. Jan 30, Rachel added it. The novel Kissing Snowflakes by Abby Sher was a not a very good book, in my opinion. This book falls under the genre of drama. While the book lacked originality, it was a very well written book.
Sher used words that drew pictures in your mind and that everyone could understand. Samantha Levy, the main character and narrator of the novel, is a fairly dynamic character.
She is a typical teenage girl fighting the struggles of her family and friends. She goes on a ski trip with her father, stepmothe The novel Kissing Snowflakes by Abby Sher was a not a very good book, in my opinion. She goes on a ski trip with her father, stepmother, and brother. She dislikes her stepmother very much because she never imagined her dad being with anyone else. Throughout the novel she is trying to cope with her new stepmom, wanting to spend quality time with her dad, and she misses her best friend.
Also she wants to meet a guy at the ski lodge so she can have that romance and cuddle by the fire with him. The book was very predictable. As I was reading, I would make assumptions of what would come next. I was correct on my predictions almost every time. It was a basic story line with not many exciting plot changes. I kept anticipating a thrilling twist to change my mind about the novel.
I was expecting an intense moment at some point and it just never happened. I was fairly disappointed overall, I wanted something more to happen. However, the style of the writing was good. Sher constantly used intriguing words and descriptive language. The use of the descriptive language was really the only thing that kept me from giving up on this book. She had a way of making simple things become a picture in your mind.
I could envision almost every scene and she did an amazing job to make sure the reader could do so. Samantha Levy was exactly how you would imagine a teenage girl; dramatic, family loathing, love seeking.
She did grow throughout the book; she solved many of her problems and experienced new things. I would not recommend this book to read for anyone. I got bored very quickly and nothing kept me wanting to read more. It was exactly what you would have expected from just reading the summary on the back of the book.
Sep 21, Jenna rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult , Kissing Snowflakes is more of a winter book than a holiday one.
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What a drag. You know you have a bad attitude when your brother calls you on it. Really, there is nothing Kathy could do to make Sam happy, other than disappear. Sam is immature and a little naive. Her new BFF Ashley is pretty awesome, and the son of the ski lodge owner is a much nicer guy than Drew.
I would have liked more of the family dynamics instead of focusing on the boy drama all the time. They barely even spend time together as a family anyway. They do have some fun scenes together at the lodge.