An otherwise delightful tale is marred by the painfully twee voices, particularly Lord Emsworth's, which sounds like that of an elderly female invalid. The straight narration, as opposed to the dialogue, had an up tempo wry quality which I found enjoyable, but the overdone hammy voices ruined it for me. I listened to the end, because it's Wodehouse, after all, but I rejoiced when the end came.
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