It's fluffy stuff but oh so sweet! Do I pity those who have to put up with Bertie's undeserved happiness in life, or do I pity Bertie who is unknowingly putty in Jeeve's hands. The genius of the book is that I do both...at the same time, laughing all the way.
Jonathan Cecil is miraculously good in this production. Very fine voicing. Hilarious writing. Holds up well over the years
College English professor who loves classic literature, psychology, neurology and hates pop trash like Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey.
Wodehouse's wit and dry cleverness seem inexhaustible in these stories. There is a wry smile or a wonderful laugh in almost every minute. The best of British humor!
Droll, hilarious, British
The story of "Jeeves and the Old School Chum"
"young Bingo" Little
Martin Jarvis is still my absolute favorite narrator for Jeeves and Wooster stories -- he gives Bertie a more animated, varied tone -- but Jonathan Cecil's more subdued style grew on me as I listened.
Slapstick, zany, rib-tickling. Wodehouse's wacky way of bringing the unexpected into the stories always keeps me in stitches.
The inimitable Jeeves
Thoroughly delightful. I listened as I ran each day.