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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Welcome to Milestoneville is the fourth book in the Characters of Milestoneville Collector’s Edition series by Golden November. The story of G and JBT continues as the duo gets ready for the next challenge. JBT and G were in the middle of their typical shenanigans when G receives a surprising call from Flower Rose. Flower Rose needs a strange favor from G. His brother is the president of Channel 1994, and Flower Rose has a television show to pitch. Before they know it, JBT and G are once again on a hunt to find something far more exciting than they anticipated, and this time it looks like they will have the time of their life. They now have a hunt and, in the meantime, G, JBT, and the crew will have some fun that they will remember for a long time.
In true Golden November fashion, the story opens with a serious yet not so serious discussion between JBT and G. As always, I love the unique and refreshing narrative style the author adopts. The mood is set by the picture above each dialogue section and not by hundreds of sentences written. Golden November’s dialogues are the highlight of the story. They are genuine to the characters. Readers familiar with the characters can listen to the dialogue with closed eyes and guess correctly which dialogue belongs to which character. JBT’s wedding was a surprise to me, but nothing could have prepared me for Elizabeth and Martin. And the ending is perfect; it suits G and JBT, and it is fitting too! As always, fabulous! Another job well done by Golden November.