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The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue (Montague Siblings, #1) by Mackenzi Lee

Now that I have read The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue, I can say without a doubt that it was so well done; it’s a story that is funny and heartbreaking, an amazing adventure and about letting go of the residual shame of who are to live the life you want. In other words, it’s a very important book to pick up with a range of diverse representation set in an 18th century world, which rarely, if ever, gets a chance to show characters like these ones in exactly this way. If you are queer, asexual, biracial, have chronic illness, or have pursued a career for which you wouldn’t be allowed in the 18th century, then trust me, you’ll get a lot out of this novel. Read more →