Gehad Elgendy READ THIS: In conditions like the ones Thursday morning Kuster estimates the sniper had to have been as much as three hundred feet above the target. At that distance the most anybody would have heard is a snap of the bullet hitting. He snapped his fingers to show us.SNAP. I keep hearing it Chapter 42
Kate Qualley The question about SNAP was N-O-T answered. The word was used somewhere earlier in the book to describe the sound one would hear from a high powered rifle being fired from a great distance. Like by the sniper in the story. Kay tells that from that distance one would hear only a snap. Then at the end of the book she and Benton go to bed with the blinds open in their highrise rented condo and she hears--SNAP. So we are led to believe that either she or Benton are--DEAD. However, I can't find the page where it first appears.