Review: The Gentleman's Guide to Vice & Virtue by Mackenzi Lee (Spoiler-Free)
This is a book of shenanigans and fun. The main character Monty is truly a hilarious narrator and makes the story that much more engaging as a whole. The plot turned out very different than I was expecting it to, but it was much more engaging than I first thought it to be by its synopsis. If you are looking for an adventure full of outrageousness and witty humor, this book is definitely for you!
"God bless the book people for their boundless knowledge absorbed from having words instead of friends." - Mackenzi Lee (The Gentleman's Guide to Vice & Virtue)
“It's beginning to feel like he's shuffling his way through the seven deadly sins, in ascending order of my favourites.” - Mackenzi Lee (The Gentleman's Guide to Vice & Virtue)
Henry "Monty" Montague is about to embark on his Grand Tour of Europe with his sister Felicity and his best friend Percy. Fortunately for him, he is hopelessly in love with Percy and this trip will be a perfect way to spend more time with him. Unfortunately for him, it is the eighteenth century and mistakingly exposing his feelings for Percy could cost him far more than just his dignity.
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