Wednesday 30 November 2022

Audio: Whiteout


By: Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas, Ashley Woodfolk, Nicola Yoon

Narrated by: Danielle Shemaiah, Nic Stone, Shayna Small, Bahni Turpin, Alaska Jackson, Joniece Abbott-Pratt, Kevin R. Free, James Fouhey, Korey Jackson

Series: Blackout, Book 2

Length: 7 hrs and 17 mins

Release date: 11-08-22

Publisher: HarperAudio

YA fiction romance / to review

Usually I do not have this much trouble with many povs, but...yeah something did not click. Maybe it was all the different narrators? Maybe I can keep better concentrated when one person does all the voices. Now there were a lot of narrators and a lot of couples. I think maybe this one would have been better in print for me.

Right, smart girl messes up and now she has to get her girlfriend to forgive her. All her friends come to help. All while Atalanta is experience a snowstorm. People get stuck here and there and we get to see different couples and flashbacks of their stories. I did want more of a connection to the main person, now everyone had their time and for me that did not work as well.

It was good, but it could have been better for me. I just lost the connection

As the city grinds to a halt, twelve teens band together to help a friend pull off the most epic apology of her life. But will they be able to make it happen, in spite of the storm?

No one is prepared for this whiteout. But then, we can’t always prepare for the magical moments that change everything.

From the bestselling, award-winning, all-star authors who brought us Blackout—Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas, Ashley Woodfolk, and Nicola Yoon—comes another novel of Black teen love, each relationship within as unique and sparkling as Southern snowflakes.


  1. Hate when the connection just isn't there or you lose it.

  2. Interesting. I usually find that the multiple narrators helps me better keep track of everyone. It may be that too many characters is just too much!

  3. I have been on the fence with this one. I may skip it for now and grab it at the library if I change my mind.

  4. If it was difficult for you, I think it would be worse for me because I struggle with multiple POVs

  5. I don't usually have a problem with lots of povs when I'm reading, but when I'm listening to an audio, it gets hard sometimes to keep track of everyone in this format

    1. I just felt they were all the same. All had relationship issues

  6. I have enjoyed full cast productions, but they have to be done well. Maybe not for YA?



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