The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and VirtueBook - 2017
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Set in the 18th century but with a twist, the main character, Monty, is bi sexual but mostly gay, crushing on long time family friend Percy. When the two embark on a World Tour, a last fling before their adult responsibilities are forced upon them, it's sure to be an epic journey.
A gleeful, madcap story of aristocratic teenagers touring Europe, figuring out attraction (or not!), and getting themselves into all kinds of trouble. Highly likeable characters and a plot that doesn't take itself too seriously.
ArapahoeKati Jul 24, 2017
Absolutely one of the best books I have read this year. The plot is fast and fun, the characters are so well-developed that they feel like friends, and the writing is great. I loved this!
AL_SUSANW Nov 07, 2017
One trend in YA lit is historical fiction and the "Gentleman's Guide" fits the bill set in the 18th century but with a twist. The main character, Monty, is bi sexual but mostly gay, crushing on long time family friend Percy. When to two embark on a World Tour, a last fling before their ... Read More »
ArapahoeTiegan Oct 10, 2017
The characters in this novel are absolutely wonderful! Monty is fantastically flawed, Percy is steadfastly loyal, and Felicity is defiantly medically inclined. The trio goes out to Tour the Continent before having to settle into the different roles in their lives, but things go horribly wrong, as... Read More »
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