Life of The Impersonators

Conversations (Life of The Impersonators Collector's Series)

Fiction - Action
361 Pages
Reviewed on 12/24/2021
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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

Life of The Impersonators: Conversations is the second book in the Life of The Impersonators Collector's Series by Golden November. The adventures of G and JBT continue as they decide to say adieu to their business as book hunters and start a new journey. Deciding to join Channel 1994 in beloved Milestoneville, the iconic duo decide to act in a show called Book Hunters, based on their real adventures. While G and JBT look forward to acting, Bridget isn’t very happy with the idea and wants them to stop. To make matters worse, she believes G is only doing so to replace Asterick as the President of the channel. And that is not the only hurdle in the way of the show the duo is hoping to produce. Before they know it, things become even more complicated with the show, and they have to figure out a way to make Book Hunters successful.

The perfect Golden November novel that brings a fantastic slice from the lives of G and JBT. I adore the banter and light hazing between JBT and G; they are just as fantastic as they were in the last novel I read. In true November fashion, we have a whole team of new characters, and each of them is colorful enough to keep your attention focused on the witty story. Bridget is a hard hitter; she doesn’t beat around the bush and gets the job done. I love how JBT and G had their work cut out for them, and they really had to work hard to make Book Hunters a success. As always, the dialogues are crisp, the narrative is fast, the humor is dry (but hilarious), and all the characters are memorable!

Pikasho Deka

Life of the Impersonators: Conversations is yet another installment from the Life of the Impersonators Collector's Series by Golden November. In this installment, rare book hunters G and JBT have officially retired. Part owners of Channel 1994, alongside their friend and fellow investor Click Clack, the two friends decide to act and become executive producers in a new television show called Book Hunters, based on the adventures of G and JBT. However, showrunner Bridget, Click Clack's daughter, initially isn't too pleased with the idea. She thinks G wants to replace his brother Asterick, the president of Channel 1994. Seeing no other option, Click Clack reveals G's and JBT's part-ownership in the old abandoned mine containing gold. But Rodney, the actor, misses the first day of the shoot. Can they produce a successful show?

A slice-of-life adventure novel that feels like a play, Life of the Impersonators: Conversations is a breeze to go through. G and JBT continue their witty banter and carry the narrative with charm, charisma, and humor. Author Golden November doesn't miss a single beat and continues from where the previous installment left off, with G and JBT part-owners of the gold hidden beneath the old abandoned mine. This time, they venture into the world of television. A plethora of new characters joins the ensemble, but November gives each of them distinct personalities that make them stick out amongst the bunch. Despite being part of a series, Life of the Impersonators: Conversations also functions as a standalone. Recommended to adventure lovers.

Vincent Dublado

As the title of this book in The Life of the Impersonators Collector’s Series suggests, Conversations by Golden November brings back the familiar characters of Milestoneville as they engage in conversations about their everyday life. These fascinating conversations begin when JBT and G decide to explore other career avenues and take book hunting as a part-time job to try their luck at acting. This decision comes at such an opportune time, as Click Clack, the owner of Channel 1994, wants to make a television series. G doesn’t care about fame; he is simply enamored by the art of acting. Their TV series is called The Book Hunters, a welcome addition to the channel’s staple of talk shows, dramas, and reality shows, and it could well earn JBT or G the award for Best Channel 1994 actor.

If you are new to this series, it is important to note that Golden November uses a unique narrative, a style conveyed in a dialogue-driven plot complemented by photographs that represent scenes taking place. Yes, November has their own storytelling style—simple dialogues that run the whole gamut of the plot but don’t compromise the story arc. November’s simple refinement of this particular storytelling has that free-flowing feel. He does his own thing, which in terms of story writing may well be considered as deviating from the norm. At 361 pages, it’s an easy read. The dialogues make no attempts at pretentiousness and take the liberty of self-censorship as evidenced by the characters blurting out the word 'duck' as a substitute for the F-word. Although the highlight of Conversations is the interaction among characters, it is still packed with incidents suggesting that Milestoneville is a place subject to tensions reflected in what its residents think, say, and do. This story is a confection of sorts that examines the absurd stuff of humanity; dazzling to the point that leaves no room for disbelief.