His restrained approach, subtle rather than strident, hits just the right note as puppy mills, inhumane feed lots and slaughterhouses, cockfighting, disreputable zoos, and the trafficking of exotic animals are all brought to light in cruel detail. Happily, listeners will enjoy the touching accounts of mutually beneficial relations.
– AudioFile Review of The Bond: Our Kinship With Animals, Our Call to Defend Them
As the author points out the connections among pollution, consumption, and personal wealth and examines how individual choice affects our daily behaviors, Dixon makes a familiar theme sound fresh and arresting.
– AudioFile Review of The Price of Everything Solving the Mystery of Why We Pay What We Do
Narrator Walter Dixon’s deep, gentle, reassuring tone works well with the book because he uses it to relate sophisticated scientific concepts in an understandable way. Dixon becomes downright conversational at times, and he pauses effectively to let the information sink in. This makes the book not only accessible but engaging and empowering.
– AudioFile Review of The Story of Earth The First 4.5 Billion Years From Stardust to Living Planet
"Narrator Walter Dixon contributes a grounded, easy-to-hear performance that fits Marc Agronin's professional stature and message. ...Dixon's relaxed confidence keeps listeners tuned in as the doctor's inspiring stories and advice unfold."
– Audiofile Review of The End of Old Age