The Golden November Show gives the audience a deep look into creative processes. The audience will get VIP backstage access to Golden November's editions. The author writes in a script-like format; It requires the reader to get into character and act out the novels. Golden November will give a behind-the-scenes look into his authoring style. Review about Golden November’s writing style. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewed by Asher Syed for Readers’ A television show or a movie would be with the volume off and the subtitles on, and that's probably the most perfect way to explain how November's books work. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewed by Jamie Michele Golden November is as hilarious as readers have come to expect from this uniquely talented author and their brand of storytelling. November's live-action structure is intended to be read in precisely this way. One does not just read through the book itself, although in the interests of full disclosure I had to this time around, but will remedy that at the first opportunity. My family and friends would be cross with me if they found out I had a date with Milestoneville without them. Instead, two or preferably more readers run through the dialogue-only script as if they are acting. This is another brilliant addition to the Milestoneville series. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewed by Asher Syed for Readers’ Golden November's book is an act-it-out novel meant for multiple readers to participate in as it revolves around the fictional cast of characters that the author has revisited in multiple spin-off books. Each story is an episodic compilation of several interweaving plots involving small clusters of familiar characters from Milestoneville, with several ancillary, transient characters that come and go but set the tone for others. For example, a scene in this installment includes a skydiving instructor who is impossible to understand, but every reader will want to play his part. The book takes us from the late 50s to a 1994 music awards show, from burgers and rifles to shark diving, and from one hilarious line to the next. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewed by Vincent Dublado I find a certain fascination in the avant-garde style of storytelling that Golden November has presented in this series. There’s a charm in the dialogue-based story that serves as the main instrument in moving the storyline. The dialogue novel is nothing new, but the way November infuses it with the characters feeling like real people making this work unique. You have conversations among characters that serve as the only means of narrative advancement, and this allows you to effectively visualize mentally what is taking place. This, for me, is part of the wonder that makes the Milestoneville Series entertaining because it’s purely a cerebral experience that doesn’t require too much representation. November has a cutting-edge storytelling style that can well be adapted as a stage play for its dialogue-driven plot.