Casting Call for Readjustment Sci Fi Audiobook (Paid): Recasting 2 Roles

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  • Paid Casting Call
  • 2Total Roles
  • 0Open Roles
  • 48Total Auditions
  • 52Following This Project
  • Aug 11, 2016Listed
  • Sep 01, 2016Deadline
  • AudiobookCategory
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    About Readjustment Sci-Fi Audiobook (PAID): Recasting 2 Roles

    I am re-casting two roles for a sample audiobook version of my novel, Readjustment.  I will be producing the first three chapters as a proof of concept (possibly more, depending on the response).

    If you auditioned the first time and weren't cast, please do audition again!


    For more information, the book site is live at: readjustmentbook.com


    Good-quality recordings with minimal static are appreciated.  Be aware that Helen's lines have some profanity.


    BOOK BLURB:   

        Helen Bach has everything an aspiring supervillain could ask for: a tragic backstory, a talent for building murderous automata, and very little in the way of a conscience. An engineering prodigy, Helen joins up with Steel City—a once-powerful shadow government that has employed her family for generations—with plans to restore the technocratic oligarchy to its former glory.

        But this is the City, a metropolis where masked vigilantes run rampant, and Helen finds herself targeted by a group of self-styled heroes with a penchant for experimenting on human brains. The vigilantes abduct, imprison, and subject Helen to involuntary neurological “improvements”—paralyzing her with fear and physical pain if she attempts to build complex machinery. Unknown to the vigilantes, however, their added attempt to wipe her memory fails, leaving Helen with hobbled engineering skills and a rapidly deteriorating mental state, but a desire for revenge that’s stronger than ever. Supposedly reformed, Helen plays the part of faithful assistant to her captors, all the while plotting to overcome her debilitating reactions to machinery and get back to her promising career in evil. But when one of the vigilantes decides he’d like to “save” the City the way his friends saved Helen, the aspiring supervillain might just have to act the hero herself to stop him taking over the world.

        That is—if she doesn’t lose her mind first.

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