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The Ladys Guide to Petticoats and Piracy

#2 Montague Siblings

Mackenzi Lee

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Katherine Tegen Books
29 September 2021
In this highly anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestselling The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue, Felicity Montague must use all her womanly wits and wiles to achieve her dreams of becoming a doctor-even if she has to scheme her way across Europe to do it. A must-have for fans of Mackenzi Lee's extraordinary and Stonewall Honor-winning novel.

A year after an accidentally whirlwind grand tour with her brother Monty, Felicity Montague has returned to England with two goals in mind-avoid the marriage proposal of a lovestruck suitor from Edinburgh and enroll in medical school. However, her intellect and passion will never be enough in the eyes of the administrators, who see men as the sole guardians of science.

But then a window of opportunity opens-a doctor she idolizes is marrying an old friend of hers in Germany. Felicity believes if she could meet this man he could change her future, but she has no money of her own to make the trip. Luckily, a mysterious young woman is willing to pay Felicity's way, so long as she's allowed to travel with Felicity disguised as her maid.

In spite of her suspicions, Felicity agrees, but once the girl's true motives are revealed, Felicity becomes part of a perilous quest that leads them from the German countryside to the promenades of Zurich to secrets lurking beneath the Atlantic.
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Imprint:   Katherine Tegen Books
Country of Publication:   United States
Volume:   2
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 135mm,  Spine: 27mm
Weight:   336g
ISBN:   9780062795335
ISBN 10:   0062795333
Series:   Montague Siblings
Pages:   480
Publication Date:  
Audience:   Young adult ,  Preschool (0-5)
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Mackenzi Lee holds a BA in history and an MFA from Simmons College in writing for children and young adults. She loves Diet Coke, sweater weather, and Star Wars. On a perfect day, she can be found enjoying all three. She currently lives in Boston, where she works as a bookseller and almost never reanimates corpses. Almost.

Reviews for The Ladys Guide to Petticoats and Piracy (#2 Montague Siblings)

[Lee] develops a world rich in historical detail, crafts a plot wild with unexpected turns, and explores complex topics like colonization and identity. An empowering and energetic adventure that celebrates friendship between women. -- <em>Kirkus Reviews </em><strong>(starred review)</strong> An incredible, must-have follow-up full of old characters and new, blood and guts, and a delightful barrage of sarcasm. -- School Library Journal <strong>(starred review)</strong> This action-driven adventure is a joy. -- ALA <em>Booklist </em><strong>(starred review)</strong> A beautifully brilliant story about feminism, female friendship, privilege, sexism in the 17th century, and doing all you can to fulfill your passion and dreams. -- Buzzfeed A feminist feast that challenges societal norms and forgoes all romance, which is unconventional, albeit refreshing, in young adult literature. -- <em>BookPage</em> [A] strong feminist credo. -- The Horn Book The Lady's Guide to Petticoats and Piracy is fun while still being thoughtful, feminist, and an ode to female friendship. -- Bustle PRAISE FOR THE GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO VICE AND VIRTUE: Tongue-in-cheek, wildly entertaining, and anachronistic in only the most delightful ways, this is a gleeful romp through history. Monty is a hero worthy of Oscar Wilde. -- <em>Booklist </em><strong>(starred review)</strong> The book's exquisite, bygone meter and vernacular sit comfortably on a contemporary shelf. And the friction of racism, tyrannical entitled politicians, and misguided disapproval of homosexuality also have a relevance rooted in current culture's xeno- and homophobia. Austen, Wilde, and Indiana Jones converge in this deliciously anachronistic bonbon. -- <em>Kirkus Reviews </em><strong>(starred review)</strong> This is a witty, romantic, and exceedingly smart look at discovering one's place in the world. A stunning powerhouse of a story for every collection. -- School Library Journal <strong>(starred review)</strong>


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