The Hate U Give audiobook is for young adults. It is influenced by the movement of Black Lives Matter and depicts a shooting incident of an innocent black kid. The Hate U Give audiobook discusses racism, interracial relationships, politics, bereavement, companionship, income disparities, police violence, alcoholism, and how Black Americans are perceived by the public.
The Hate U Give audiobook follows Starr Carter, a 16-year-old black girl, is a master at managing the two different worlds she lives in. Firstly, in Garden Heights, her predominantly black community, and secondly at Williamson Prep, a largely white suburban high school.
In The Hate U Give audiobook free, Living in both of these worlds for Starr becomes much more difficult when she witnesses the tragic killing of Khalil, her closet friend by a white cop. Khalil had no weapons. Khalil’s killing makes headlines around the world, media dubbed him as a thug, a suspected drug user, and a gang member. Many others, along with one of Starr’s close friends from high school, believe that his murder was justifiable. The police’s lax approach incites rage and ultimately demonstrations in the neighbourhood, transforming it into a battle zone. The sole eyewitness to what transpired in the circumstances preceding up to Khalil’s murder is Starr, who had to choose what to tell and do.
The author exposed the systematic racism that underpins her society, she did so truthfully and unapologetically, combining pain with laughter. The Hate U Give audiobook free, will have people cheering for Starr and her loved ones, with fluent but strong prose conveyed in Starr’s genuine, forceful voice, beautifully drawn characters, and complicated and true relationships.
Angie Thomas wrote The Hate U Give audiobook.
Angie Thomas was born on the 20th of September 1988. She is a writer from the United States, widely regarded for her 2017 novel The Hate U Give.
Angie Thomas grew up in Jackson, Mississippi. Thomas exhibited her abilities as rapper throughout her teens, however, her musical career was brief. She was, nevertheless, the focus of a magazine article. She later earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Belhaven University. Furthermore, Thomas was the very first black teen to complete her writing course.
The Hate U Give topped the New York Times Best Seller ranking for young adults. The Hate U Give intended to draw attention to the contentious topic of police violence and the Rights of the Black community. On the Come Up, Thomas’ next novel, published in 2019. Thomas authored it to explore the price borne by minorities and females who take a stand. The book went on to become a New York Times best-seller. Concrete Rose, released in June 2021, is a sequel to The Hate U Give.
Angie Thomas had also earned numerous significant awards over the years, such as the 2015 Walter Grant award, the William C. Morris Award, the Michael L. Printz Award, the Coretta Scott King Award, the Amnesty CILIP, and the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize all for The Hate U Give in the year 2018.
She is now 32 years old and still resides in Jackson, Mississippi.
The narrator of The Hate U Give audiobook is Bahni Turpin. Other audiobooks that Bahni Turpin has also narrated are The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, They Both Die at the End, and The Book of Lost Friends.
The length of The Hate U Give audiobook is 11 hours and 50 minutes.
HarperAudio published The Hate U Give audiobook on 02/28/17.