Mark Logue and Peter Conradi has written a biography entitled ‘The King’s Speech’. ‘The King’s Speech’ is a biography of the King’s speech therapist and how this person has helped the British nation (empire). The story starts with how Logue studies and gets his credentials to one day help the King of England along with his own personal life.
This is a biography that could be used as a supplement to students studying communication disorders. It is also a good reading supplement for an American history or even a Human services course for it gives many references to historical happenings during the 20’s, 30’s, 40’s and even the 50’s and in particular the World War II years. Mark and Peter have a written a very good book from a family standpoint and how history can be affected by certain disorders and how these disorders affect many, many people all over the world. A book of 229 pages that the reader of the 21st century can meet this man and the King of England.