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Audiobook Demo - Children's, Short Stories, Fiction

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Voice Over • Audiobooks
101

Description

Excerpts from Oh the Places You'll Go by Dr. Seuss, In Sickness and in Hell by Stefan Barkow, and In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

North American, US General American (GenAm)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
a section from, Oh, the places You'll go by Dr Seuss. You'll get mixed up. Of course, as you already know, you'll get mixed up with many strange birds as you go. So be sure when you step step with care and great tact. And remember that life's a great balancing act, a section from in Sickness and in **** By Stephan Barco. The rain had led off, but the roads were still slick. Eric kept a speed down, breaking early at the red lights, and she isn't what I remember, either. It was hard to even define what had changed, but the fact was that when love exists, it is undeniable. And when it does not, its absence is Justus impossible to ignore her name. Eric thought I always loved her name. Jennifer is so long and regal and proud. The garage door close behind his car ceiling out the damp night, please, she had said when he told her how beautiful she looked as they climbed into his car. It's Jen now, a section from in the unlikely event by Judy Blume. Captain Timothy Barnes was handsome, better looking than his brother or sister. Mrs. Barnes, daughter came up beside her. Did you know my brother? I know your mother. Mary said. Is she okay? Not really. I doubt she'll ever be okay again. Tim was her favorite. Mary never thought about parents having favorites. When you're the only child you don't think that way. Karen came to her rescue. I heard you were a big help on Tuesday. Mary, you've got a real head on your shoulders. Mary knew that was supposed to be a compliment. As opposed to you. Have no head on your shoulders or use your head for once. This has been very ******* Natalie, Curren said, speaking in a hushed tone. She's so sensitive, so imaginative. I suppose you know that.