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 www.erinmallon.com/events
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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