This action-drama story puts the reader in a unique position to gain perspective on the plot and depth of each character. The story starts with a flashback to 1994 when 24-year old G is attending training for his new unique job. During the training, he becomes a 24-year-old man of character. After becoming experienced at working for a company that helps people, he meets JBT. When they get burned out, they resign and become business partners specializing in recovering missing valuables and books. They always stay true to their moral code of integrity when encountering the many characters in Milestoneville.
Reviewed By Vincent Dublado for Readers’ Favorite
Another Day in Milestoneville by Golden November is a dialogue-based story that eliminates the nitty-gritty details and gets right into the heart of the matter based on character speech. The story begins in 1994 when a 24-year-old guy known as G goes on a job interview for the remarkable job of helping others. Aside from helping evacuate people from hurricanes, the company has a book recovery division. G is to become a book hunter with a salary of $24,000.00. It requires plenty of travel, and it sounds like a dream job. During training, however, G discovers that the physical training involving skydiving seems like a job that could rival Ethan Hunt's in Mission Impossible. On top of it, it requires a strict moral code that G needs to follow. As the job becomes very demanding, G will reach a burnout point that will make him break free.
Golden November brilliantly supplements this dialogue-based story with photographs to heighten the setting. The first chapter offers promise for non-stop excitement, and I realized that such promise pays off. It has great things in it. Any bibliophile would kill to hunt down rare books, and the author takes this idea like a lump of clay and shapes life into it. What's best about G's quest is the way he encounters the fascinating characters of Milestoneville. November has a cutting-edge storytelling style that can well be adapted as a stage play for its dialogue-driven plot. These are dialogues that evoke the atmosphere in their brevity.