The full-length audiobook of this sample voiced by me is currently available on Graphy, a popular mobile app.
The voice needed was that of a motherly, caring but also strict police officer narrating her experience of running a largest prison in India.
Middle Aged (35-54)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
the prisoners seemed to be wondering what had made me come right into their den. Not being in uniform for me represented a desire for informal communication, not authoritative distance. I had already begun to empathize with them, wondering if our criminal justice systems were at all fashion to help change offenders and forgive those who are willing to mend. Perhaps in continuation of that thought, I seem to have suddenly broken the silence by asking them. Do you pray? Maybe I was seeking forgiveness for them. No one answered. I repeat it. I'm asking you, Do you pray? Please tell me I spoke in Hindi. The men looked towards the waters as if to ask them if they were permitted to speak. The water seemed confused and I could send their nervousness.