The Hon. Freddie Threepwood is poised to make his debut as a jewel thief, but he is not alone. Blandings Castle is full of criminals and impostors, ...Show synopsisThe Hon. Freddie Threepwood is poised to make his debut as a jewel thief, but he is not alone. Blandings Castle is full of criminals and impostors, intent on stealing Aunt Constance's diamond necklace and it is up to Psmith to catch the thief.Hide synopsis
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A friend gave me this book over thirty years ago in college and it remains among my favorites. It features the well-known word love of the author and the dry, keen observations of something like an ethologist, studying a charming, quirky species of waterfowl.
This is another wodehouse book that doesn't disappoint. grips you from begining to end and will have you crying with laughter. wodehouse keeps your attention with every sentence(sometimes you need to read something twice to really get it) . intertwining plot that keeps you surprised and entertained.the characters are all uniques. Lord Emsworth eat sleeps and doesnt stop talking about his garden and his never-ending disagreements with his gardener. baxter is a typical secretary that's so too organized and efficient for his own good. and of course psmith(his name says a lot about him - "pmith, the p is silent") . he'll do something outrageous just to see what happnes or because he knows he can get away with it.he always gets what he wants.if you just want to get away to a fun place for a while this is a great choice.
If you're a fan of Wodehouse, this book does not disappoint. It's got the following great Wodehouse elements: 1. two young couples who are in love and broke; 2. a doddering earl; 3. A diamond necklace; 4. A big drafty mansion; 5. hilarious plot twists. What more can be said without giving it all away?
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