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The Nobleman’s Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks by Mackenzi Lee is a historical YA read you don’t want to miss. Thank you, Katherine Tegen Books, for sending me a copy. Have any of you read this book yet? Let me tell you a little bit about it for readers who haven’t read it yet.

The Nobleman's Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks book
The Nobleman’s Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks book

This book brings us back into the Montague and centers around Adrian Montague. Adrian is a political writer, engaged to an activist, and the only heir to a great estate. When his mother passes away, leaving behind a broken piece of spyglass, Adrian’s world unravels. Terrified those in society around him will discover he suffers from the same mental illness as his mother, Adrian starts to search for answers. He discovers an elder brother and sister he never knew he had. Why would no one tell him he had siblings? Better yet, the spyglass keeps bringing to light more and more secrets of Adrian’s past, making him question everything around him.

The Montagues go on an adventure they’ll never forget. Will they uncover the answers to the questions they desperately seek? Find out when you read The Nobleman’s Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks.

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This book is a hefty read with over 500 pages. I became wrapped in the world of the Montague siblings from the very beginning that the length didn’t even matter. Do not miss this installment from Mackenzi Lee!

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  1. Hundreds&Thousandssays:

    Lovely review!! Ahh I’m so glad to find someone who had a similar experience reading nobleman’s! It was a bit weird seeing these characters we know and love as so old – especially when the time gap between the first few books was so much shorter haha. However I think I’d love ANYTHING the author wrote about the series because I just love the dynamic of all the characters so much. I also think that Adrian’s mental health was depicted incredibly well. Here’s my review if you’re interested!!