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Monday, May 16, 2022

Home Cooked Books Presents: These Walls Can Talk Vegas Marathon; #OrderTickets, #ComingSoon, #TBR, #PreOrder, #Review


Have you heard there is a These Walls Can Talk Live Performance Marathon Coming to Vegas this Fall?

Rating:  5 Stars
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Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this audiobook for review from Home Cooked Books and the author. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising". 

Join Erin Mallon and the amazing cast of narrators on Sunday October 30th, 2022 as they celebrate the completion of the These Walls Can Talk Trilogy!


All three stories (These Walls Can Talk, These Walls Can Talk 2: The Narwhal Strikes Back! and These Walls Can Talk 3: Rise of the Machine) will be presented live in a staged reading performance marathon at Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas. Whether you can be there in-person, or you plan to livestream and join the fun from home, they can't wait to share a day of laughs with you! For more information and to secure your tickets go to

My Thoughts:

If you love to laugh, you're going to want to check this one out. To get the full experience, you should start with book one. This is a play that makes fun of their profession. There's a storm brewing, more like building momentum, and it's one I'm not happy about.

I found it interesting that the author addresses concerns I had after seeing something in a group I belong to. She puts a funny spin on it and made my yard work a fun experience. The downside had nothing to do with any of these people, or the storyline, but at my iPod. Maybe it was revolting because of what I was listening to but I was getting to a really good part and the "stupid thing" kept shutting off. I almost began to wonder if it had sympathy for the new character that was added here. But we both got through it and now I want more. If I add too much more to my review than it will become a spoiler and this is something that needs to be experienced.

After you have finished, I hope you will check out more of both the author's other work as well as those of the other voice actors. I can't say that I liked one above the other since they are all important to this comedic piece. One good thing about listening to this as I was doing yard work was I could laugh out loud and not care if anyone saw me. Now if I had been in the grocery store, that would have been a problem because there was no way that I would be able to hold back the laughter. Now that I've been through all three in the series, I can now go back and listen to each one in succession. Think of them as acts in a play.

Andi Arndt as Vera @VOAndi

Joe Arden as Atticus @TheRealJoeArden

Shane East as Cameron @ShaneEastReads

Tanya Eby as Georgia @TanyaEbyNarrator

Teddy Hamilton as Neil @TeddyHamiltonIII

Erin Mallon as Frankie @ErinMuffyNarration

Maxine Mitchell as Andrea @MaxineMitchell

Emma Wilder as Jennifer @EmmaWilderAudiobooks

Plus... Jason Clarke as Artie Smarts @jclarkereads

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