Do you know that feeling when your thoughts overflow?
Are you always wondering what other people think of you?
Do you get anxious when you speak in front of people?
Adrian Montague knows exactly this and it doesn’t help that he meets his brother, Henry „Monty“ Montague, whom he didn’t know about until now.
Together they go on a journey to solve the mystery of their mother’s death and to find their sister, who Adrian didn’t know about either.
The Nobleman’s Guide is my absolute highlight of the year and feel-good book.
Anyone who only partially knows the feelings mentioned above will be able to identify with Adrian.
You have to love Adrian, you want to hug him and say that he shouldn’t worry so much and that everything will be fine, although you know that it won’t help.
Adrian also helps you to reflect on yourself.
I often thought to myself, yes, I know exactly these thoughts and then I thought, Adrian don’t worry so much, everything will be fine, you are not alone!
„The Nobleman’s Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks“ is the final book in the Montague Siblings books and, like „The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue“, it’s again narrated by Christian Coulson. But that doesn’t bother you at all!
Once again Christian tells the book as vividly and emotionally as one is used to. He tells the jokes so well that even author, Mackenzi Lee, laughed when she heard the audio book, she said.
As already mentioned, we meet Monty and Felicity again, but Percy and other well-known characters also make a return.
It’s great to meet them all again, to see what happened to them, how they are doing and to get to know them from Adrian’s point of view.
I’ll miss the Montague Siblings but „The Nobleman’s Guide“ is a terrific conclusion to the series and the final chapter is just too cute!
5 from 5 🌟