Golden Voice narrator Arthur Morey is known for his skill with nonfiction audiobooks, especially biographies and memoirs. He projects a fine sense of authority and intellectualism in his narrations, and listeners feel as though he has thought through the works as thoroughly as the author has. He can express the emotional tone of the author’s story with subtle believability.
On today’s episode, host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discuss Meir Shalev’s MY WILD GARDEN, a love letter to gardening that wends its way through foliage and flowers with a sweet, affectionate tone. Shaleve is a passionate gardener in Jezreel Valley in Israel, and Arthur helps listeners realize it’s just as much a rumination on life as it is about tending a garden. Published by Random House Audio.
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