Audiobook - fiction, thriller, mystery, drama



Excerpt from the psychological thriller by Holly Brown, Sophie Hannah, Clare Mackintosh, and BA Paris.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


British (General) British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC) North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
as the music box winds down the plinking piano notes first irregular and then ceasing the ballerinas, movement becomes jerky. Er until mercifully she's still Adam Racki whispers as much to himself as any of us. Unnatural deeds do breed unnatural troubles. Then, for our benefit, he attributes Macbeth. Caroline shakes her head in utter contempt for the headmaster. You realize what that song is, don't you? She demands. She's physically imposing as tall is Jess, but solid rather than willowy. Not one. To soften her features with makeup, she leans forward in her chair, jabbing her finger toward the music box and toward Mr Rocky. But I feel her aggression is aimed squarely at me. Two seeds to her left. It's castle on a cloud. It's jest, singing Castle on a Cloud, her audition song. You'll get what this means. None of us know yet what it means, Mr Rocky says in that so onerous voice of his. He's not handsome, but he has an undeniable presence, which makes sense, given his past success on the West End. His walls display photos of him in full makeup on stage. Besides such luminaries as well, I don't know, the British theater greats. But I know they're represented, and I like his habit of quoting from plays, though sometimes the Latin is a bit much.