Dion Graham and AudioFile’s 2023 Best Biography and Memoir Audiobooks


Narrator Dion Graham joins AudioFile’s Michele Cobb to discuss his narration of King: A Life, written by Jonathan Eig, and one of AudioFile’s 2023 Best Biography & Memoir Audiobooks. Listen to hear Graham discussing the research and preparations that went into this narration, and the challenges he faced bringing it to life. It’s a riveting audiobook, and Graham emulates the majestic cadence of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s speeches. It’s a monumental biography performed exquisitely by a Golden Voice narrator.

Read AudioFile’s review of the audiobook, published by Macmillan Audio.

AudioFile’s 2023 Best Biography & Memoir Audiobooks:

The Art Thief by Michael Finkel, read by Edoardo Ballerini, Michael Finkel

How to Say Babylon by Safiya Sinclair, read by Safiya Sinclair

King: A Life by Jonathan Eig, read by Dion Graham

Making It So by Patrick Stewart, read by Patrick Stewart

While You Were Out by Meg Kissinger, read by Meg Kissinger

Why Fathers Cry at Night by Kwame Alexander, read by Kwame Alexander

Find the full list of 2023 Best Audiobooks on our website: https://www.audiofilemagazine.com/best-audiobooks-2023/

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Photo of Dion Graham by Max Flatow

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