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Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers' Favorite
Coffee shop restrooms are for customers only, or so we are told at the start of the latest installment of Golden November's novels, One Hundred Books on the Wall. Following in the tradition of November's theater in a book writing style, the storyline hops from one adventure, or misadventure if you're the half-empty sort of reader, to another, with our favorite returning characters and some new folks sprinkled in for good measure. Also scattered throughout are tongue-in-cheek references woven into normal character conversation, which readers will act out instead of simply read, as in other books by November, including a party scene where titles are casually name-dropped like G & JBT falling from the sky.
The gift of the gab is something Golden November has in abundance and this transitions into wonderful and unique dialogue-only storytelling in One Hundred Books on the Wall. The inclusion of full-color photography gives all the setting details necessary to round out multiple storylines and the characters themselves are depicted in digital illustrations to aid the real-life reader-actors in visualizing who they embody. The most clever part to me is that this book is opened and closed by a character known as 'the Writer' and there is an actual interview with, presumably, the alter-ego of Golden November themselves. My vote for character MVP has to be the goth-Victoriana steampunk bundle of awesomeness named Debra, who has a blink-and-you-'ll-miss-it bit part but was worthy of a cutout to be hung on my daughter's desk. Highly recommended.