Audiobook, Female, Young Adult, Believable, English, Engaging, Genuine



Audiobook, Female, Young Adult, Believable, English, Engaging, Genuine, Narrator, Articulate,

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


North American (Canadian-General) North American (General) North American (US West Coast - California, Portland)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
who is this? the ragged voice screams who is this? he sounds older. definitely male raspy. like he's got a severe cold or laryngitis. he screams his question again and i pull my phone away from my ear until he stops. hold on. i say emma is that you? now? it's my turn. who is this? it's me. d'angelo. oh, thank god. i gripped the kitchen table with my other hand, this can't be happening. d'angelo is calling trey's phone. i have trey's phone in my hand. it must have fallen out of his jacket before we started making out last night. he hasn't called me this morning because, well, he couldn't, i have his phone, emma, you have to help me. where are you? i don't know. his voice is so ragged for a moment. it doesn't sound like him. my paranoia kicks in. trey said corporate spies often try to steal information from people in his circles. he suggested the big bodybuilder guy who surprised me outside my apartment was a spy. the one claiming to be malcolm schmidt