The Clone Paradox: The Ark Project Book 1



This is a sample from an audiobook I voiced and produced.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Chapter one. The raven falls. The blue orb of earth dangled in the inky blackness of space. It's startling. Blueness was marbled with wisps of clouds and patches of brown like a disease. The organism caden had come to the moon searching for a cure for that disease. But when the cause of the infection was humanity itself, what hope did they have of finding an antidote? Caden shifted his gaze away from where the earth peeked over the gray lunar horizon. The glass dome that covered the landing bay of the art field station gave a panoramic view of the pitted landscape and the sprawling complex of buildings that comprise the station. It perched on the edge of the lunar sea of tranquility, potent symbol of how humanity was now reaching for the stars. Their mission was a routine flight to provide security and transport for the delivery to the international seed bank of animal plant tissue seeds and DNA. Then they had to pick up a half dozen human test clones for shipment back to their base called a rat in the high deserts of Montana. The docile clones were just lining up on the metal catwalk beside his luna transport ship. Their pitiful Keeton said, and he meant it. The six clones stood in a line watching him with placid, disinterested eyes. Each represented one of the broad ethnic groups of earth, european, indian, asian, african, Australian and native american. They each had the same withered appearance and sunken cheeks. A few of them had blue lips. It might be his job to escort the experimental clones to and from the lunar field station, but he didn't have to like it.