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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Leaving Milestoneville by Golden November continues the journey of all of our favorite Milestoneville characters. Click Clack and Bridgette are looking forward to a trip away from Channel 1994 and enjoying their time. While they love their time in Milestoneville and have met some great people there, Bridgette and Click Clack were due for a vacation. However, nothing could have prepared them for a meeting with Golden November. Golden is an author who surprisingly writes stories about Milestoneville and its most illustrious residents. While Bridgette and Click Clack are pleasantly surprised, they have no idea JBT and G are looking for them. When JBT and G do find them, the boys are in for a doozy.
I don’t think that there is a Golden November book that I haven’t read. Leaving Milestoneville is just as adventurous, funny, and full of surprises as the other books by this author. Entertaining and filled with humor that brings a smile to your face instantly, the dialogue is incredible and reflects the personality of the character involved. It still surprises me how the author can create fast-paced and action-filled situations with just pictures and conversations. It adds a touch of authenticity and uniqueness to this narrative and makes the reader fall in love with the style. Click Clack is the life of the story and it is refreshing to see him interact with Bridgette in a loving (sometimes playfully taunting) way. They are fun and complement each other well. The end with the whole gang together is most satisfying as well. What can I say? I’m biased because I love this author.