The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

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If anyone does not know about this series until know than he has an era missing from his or her mind. A young British lord is on a tour of Europe with his girl friend, the adventure is thought to be romantic but it is something more than just romance that the first part of “Montague Siblings” describe.

The era under discussion is the eighteenth century; Monty thought to be the gentleman of the time is not that sophisticated as he is supposed to be. He wants to live a life of excitement and something more in the form of a crush that he has on Percy. Of course he is not allowed to do all that because on his return he would be given the responsibility of the whole state. His father is willing to transfer power to him and he wants to make fun with Percy the boy that he has started liking.

The trip in beginning goes well but then everything turns into a mess, the boy that he loves and the surrounding that he adores proves to be deceptive for him. Mackenzi Lee knits the story into strange patterns and the unexpected things happen which we are not ready for at the start.

The name prove to be ironic because the man is not that gentleman and it also gives the gesture that no one is a gentleman from the inside, it’s just the outer appearance that portrays him like one. The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy and The Nobleman’s Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks can tell us more about the concepts on which the author usually works. Christian Coulson is the narrator for the masterpiece, there is a fine rhythm in the voice that does not vary in any of the portions.

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