I will admit to being one of those many people who was completely enthralled by Serial. I binge listened on a long trip from Dallas to Kentucky. At the end of the podcasts, I believed he was innocent. I still believe that today.
That said, this audiobook was a little too detailed for me. If you like police procedurals (fiction or nonfiction) or true crime books, this might be right up your alley. (to continue reading, click on title)
Well before it was nominated for an Audie, I bought this book with an Audible credit. By the time it was nominated, I had read it twice. Matthew Desmond’s story of the poorest citizens in Milwaukee was positively heartbreaking. And Dion Graham’s narration brought the characters into sharp relief. (continued by clicking on title)
Interestingly, I was reading this book when the Audie Award nominees were announced. I read it nearly back-to-back with Mukherjee’s debut, The Emperor of All Maladies narrated by Thomas Hoye, so there were a lot of ideas and comparisons swirling through my head. (continued by clicking on title)