Review: A Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by MacKenzi Lee

29283884Short synopsis: Three social “outcasts” set out on an adventure

Initial Thoughts: I really liked that the cast of characters were “outcasts.” It is also nice to see the male perspective from this time period.

Characters: 4 – I really enjoyed the characters and seeing the hardships they face, and sadly it is still very relatable.

Plot: 3 –  The overall plot was fine.  I don’t generally love the dumb luck approach, but…

Originality: 2 – Other than the perspective being male, I have read some iteration of this book 100 times.

Predictability: 3 – It was fairly predictable, but there were enough twists and turns to keep it interesting.

Romance: 3 –   For the love of God!  Just talk to one another!!! They are totally adorable, but TALK!

Overall: 3

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If you’re looking for a different take on the Victorian Era Mystery, check this one out.

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