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Four people gather to close their remote mountain cabins around Wolf Lake. For the brother and sister, these days offer them an opportunity to come to terms with their nightmarish upbringing and become true siblings. For the professional athlete, nothing matters beyond facing the end to his career and trying to find a purpose for the future. He brings with him a woman who shields her wounded heart beneath her perfect body. All see the late fall wilderness as a place of silence and serenity.
Then the ferocious storm hits, trapping them far from civilization. Whiteout is a battle for survival, of man against nature It also lays bare the complexity of human vulnerability, strength, and weakness. Who will survive the unrelenting storm and who will fall victim to forces beyond any human's ability to control?
And as they fight for life, they're watched by the restless, lonely spirit that knows what it means to battle and lose. Four humans reach Wolf Lake. Not all will live to leave it.
In The Library Reviews: "Whiteout is one of those rare novels you can't put down until it's finished. While at first glance, Whiteout seems like a classic Man vs. Nature tale, Munn takes this concept and makes it her own. Nature is depicted as just being, not as some malicious creature out to get man. The characters don't underestimate nature; they fully understand its danger, power and beauty. They retain their humanity, ranting when they can't continue, find inner strength and courage and do their best not to give up."
Romantic Times Reviews: "In this gripping novel Munn successfully captures the stark power of nature and contrasts it against the strengths and weaknesses of the human mind. She details what can be accomplished by sheer determination of spirit."
Fallen Angels Reviews: "Whiteout presents readers with a very involved plot that is a testament to human strength."