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Wicked Dead: Snared [Anglais] [Broché]

Stefan Petrucha , Thomas Pendleton
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  • Broché: 224 pages
  • Editeur : HarperTeen (26 février 2008)
  • Collection : Wicked Dead
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0061138517
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061138515
  • Dimensions du produit: 20,3 x 13,7 x 1,4 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Courtesy of Teens Read Too 31 août 2011
Par TeensReadToo TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS
Format:Broché
Who says you have to wait until October to get your scare on?

The four storytelling girls of Lockwood Orphanage are back for another night of bone-rolling and spine-tingling tales in the third book of the WICKED DEAD series, SNARED.

SNARED follows the adventures of sixteen-year-old Lindsay as she's dragged on a family vacation to Redlands Beach by her parents. It's there she meets the mysterious hottie next door named Mark and his ultra-strict "guardians," Doug and Jack. Mesmerized by his good looks and horrified by his prison-like living conditions, Lindsay vows to help Mark escape.

Someone forgot to tell her, no good deed goes unpunished...

SNARED is exactly the kind of book I would have read as a teen. It's a great, one-sitting, light-gore horror novel that serves one purpose: entertainment. Anyone looking for greater truths or deeper meaning should probably skip this one, but if you want a night of "campfire" horror fare, this is a must-read.

Reviewed by: Cat
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Something of a "horror lite" entry in the Wicked Dead series 2 décembre 2008
Par Daniel Jolley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Snared is the third book in the Wicked Dead series. Aimed primarily at a Young Adult audience, each book in the series features a unique horror story of sorts. Technically, I think you could call them ghost stories - not because the stories themselves are about ghosts but, rather, because the narrators of those individual stories are ghosts themselves. There are four of them - all young girls trapped, along with their horrible Headmistress, at Lockwood Orphanage, and the only way they can escape the awful place is by "throwing the bones." Whoever wins gets to tell a chilling story, and it is each teller's fervent hope that the story that suddenly comes to her through the magic of the bones will be the story of her own forgotten life, for that, so far as the girls know, is the only way to gain spiritual release from the confines of the decaying orphanage.

I must admit I was a little disappointed with this story compared to the previous one (Wicked Dead: Torn (Wicked Dead)), probably because it features a lot less action and fright potential. I would go so far as to label Snared chick lit horror, if there is such a thing, because the story is basically constructed on a young teenaged girl's summer fling at the beach. It's certainly no typical summer fling, though, as the boy next door is basically imprisoned in his room by two dangerous-looking guardians, but that doesn't stop our protagonist from mooning over his good looks and charm throughout the story.

Poor Lindsay gets dragged off to her uncle's beach house by her parents, causing her to miss THE party of the year. It's her best friend's party, and she helped plan the whole thing to begin with, so she is not happy about this silly family vacation one single bit - until, that is, she notices a young and good-looking guy living in the house next door. She's ecstatic when he waves her over to his window one morning, but he will only talk to her through the window - not only that, she is the one who has to open the window just so they can avoid talking through the glass. Obviously, that's pretty weird, but having been frightened by her first couple of sightings of Mark's guardians, she has little trouble believing his story about being grounded. Things quickly get weirder - and potentially dangerous. Convinced that Mark is being physically abused by his two imposing guardians, Lindsay must decide whether or not to take the huge risk of helping him escape his tormentors. That's when the story really takes off, as Lindsay's decision comes with some wholly unforeseen consequences.

Most teens, especially females, should relate to Lindsay quite easily from the very start - and that will help such readers muddle through the early parts of a story that doesn't really heat up until mid-way through. Some male readers may well give up before that point, since they won't really care how dreamy Mark may or may not be. As far as the fright factor goes, Snared has little to offer, in my opinion, and that is the main reason I didn't enjoy this book as much as the earlier Wicked Dead novel I read. I'm not saying this story isn't interesting because it did keep my interest throughout - the problem is that it just never managed to hook me to any significant degree.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Eerie tale with a grown-up edge 6 octobre 2008
Par wiredweird - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
The scene opens on four girls playing some unexplained game in the decaying ruins of an abandoned orphanage. They roll to see who takes the next turn. Then, as kids do everywhere, one begins her spooky tale.

Teenaged Lindsay is practically kidnapped by her parents, forced to join the annual family vacation the weekend of that really important party. In part, Lindsay just knows that it can't be a success without her. In part, she worries that she can't be a success without it, too, since being seen cool places with cool people matters so much in her high-school world, and since that promises to be so very cool.

It's not a total loss, though. There's a really cute boy next door, apparently grounded for life. His guardians (two fathers? Lindsay can't wait to tell her friends that part) never let him out of the house. Lindsay gets to know him, though talking through the window and even climbing in to visit. There's something strange about those guardians, though, and some ominous kind of countdown seems to be happening. The guardians become even more vigilant after a local boy is killed, and after the nervous breakdown of a local girl that Lindsay has met. Lindsay takes on the mission of saving that boy from whatever it is that's going on in that strange household. Free him she does - and then the story takes a dramatic turn. Nothing, it turns out, was what she believed or could have believed. Especially not what she saved, or how ...

The four storytelling girls get this book off to a deliciously mysterious start. After that, I found the story lagging for a while. It ends in satisfying drama, and with mysteries that, when solved, reveal even bigger and more horrifying mysteries. I just didn't see the suspenseful buildup that would have made this a memorable story.

The authors aim at a teenage audience, and seem to hit it well. A bit too well, perhaps. Some parents might not want younger teens, especially, to think things like underage drinking, unauthorized house parties, or breaches of abstinence are OK, even if they're real in many teenagers' lives. The storytelling girls, however, have a story of their own, one that appears only in tantalizing hints and that leaves the reader eager for more. It's not for every teenager (or every parent of one), but many will enjoy its sympathetic tone and chilling finale.

-- wiredweird, reviewing a complimentary copy
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Courtesy of Teens Read Too 4 août 2008
Par TeensReadToo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Who says you have to wait until October to get your scare on?

The four storytelling girls of Lockwood Orphanage are back for another night of bone-rolling and spine-tingling tales in the second book of the WICKED DEAD series, SNARED.

SNARED follows the adventures of sixteen-year-old Lindsay as she's dragged on a family vacation to Redlands Beach by her parents. It's there she meets the mysterious hottie next door named Mark and his ultra-strict "guardians," Doug and Jack. Mesmerized by his good looks and horrified by his prison-like living conditions, Lindsay vows to help Mark escape.

Someone forgot to tell her, no good deed goes unpunished...

SNARED is exactly the kind of book I would have read as a teen. It's a great, one-sitting, light-gore horror novel that serves one purpose: entertainment. Anyone looking for greater truths or deeper meaning should probably skip this one, but if you want a night of "campfire" horror fare, this is a must-read.

Reviewed by: Cat
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