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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
The Characters of Milestoneville: The Team is the sixth book in the Characters of Milestoneville series by Golden November, a character-driven, action-packed story that follows characters residing in Milestoneville as they fight each other over a cryptic book. Accompanied by colorful images, the story follows the characters Wallace, Eric, Jillian, Gerald, JBT, Ed, G, Dr. Yes, and others on a rollicking ride that is filled with drama and banter and in a world with its unique moral code.
This is a novel that is written in an inimitable style. The author writes scripts that are accompanied by colorful and symbolic images. The characters are well-developed and readers will want to follow Wallace, the scammer who destroys people’s lives without remorse, and Flower Rose, the eccentric book collector. The drama is intense and the entire narrative is stocked with tension. Readers are hardly aware of what could happen next as the intrigue mounts with characters having hidden agendas. Apart from the drama, readers will enjoy the author’s superb handling of character development. These characters come alive on the pages and they feel as real as though they lived next door to readers. The beauty of the writing is elevated by the realism infused into it and the creation of characters that are genuinely flawed and believable. There is no prose in The Characters of Milestoneville: The Team; it is filled with dialogues and the images give readers the liberty to imagine the setting. This is a work of art that is creatively imagined and excellently executed.