How many books make you laugh out loud today.
Wodehouse's books contain some of the broadest, most imaginative and most enjoyable imagery and his original use of simile is unique.
If you have never read Wodehouse you are missing a treat. You will have to search hard to find his equal anywhere else in the whole of English literature."
Jul 12, 2007
This is Wodehouse at his best. Once again a tangled web of circumstances finds Bertie and Jeeves parting company and being reunited in one of the best of the Jeeves stories that I've read thus far. It has all the elements for a great giggle, a love triangle, a stately country house, a humble seaside cottage doomed to destruction once Bertie Wooster takes up residence, a zealous police sergeant, a drunken 'bolshe' man-servant, a group of minstrals, a grand yacht, money up for grabs and there, waiting patiently in the background, Jeeves. Thank you Jeeves and Thank you Wodehouse!
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