Any of the Jeeves and Wooster novels
Everything. He brought the characters to life.
Why mess with perfection?
I like everything about this book series, but I hated this production. While the book is extremely well written and the character of Myrtle Clover is wonderful, the narration makes this production virtually intolerable. The narrator of the previous books in the series was fantastic. The whispery quality of the narrator of this particular book didn't work at all for either the character of Myrtle or the tone of the book. I hope this book can get reproduced with a more appropriate narrator.
See the review above. The narration ruined this for me.
I think it would make a much better TV series.
I really wasn't a fan of the whole occult thing. The narration was good. And there was a clever idea behind it.
I love MC beaten, but this is not my favorite of hers. It was fine, but not great. Also, I am not a fan of the narrator.
I will certainly listen to this story again in order to spend some more time with Sookie, Fritzie and the gals.
Can't Wait to Get to Heaven. The characters are simple yet complex and infinitely endearing.
Everything! She brought her characters to life.
A tale of an octogenarian southern belle, a WWII female flying ace and the confused housewife caught between them.
Keep 'me coming.
I wouldn't. While the story is interesting, the main character is not very likable (far too impressed with her own take-charge ways). But the real flaw hear is the narration. There isn't much shading in the narration. It is the same level of complaining aggressive the whole way through. This book would have been much better told in the third person with a lighter touch on the narration.
A less strident, negative tone. More levels... Everything is read as equally important... Even the mundane tasks of life.
This is a good, fun listen.
Not on the edge of my seat, but definitely interested.
I enjoyed her narration very much.
No, but I never do.
If you like light mysteries with a comedic twist, you'll enjoy this
This is simply one of the best books of the decade. The narrators are terrific.
Nigel Lambert's narration is a perfect complement for Wodehouse's story! The characters come to life!
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