This set of charming, short stories mostly relate to the Jeeves and Bertie efforts to help Bertie's friend Bingo Little out of the soup. The writing is breezy and hilarious, typical P.G. Wodehouse, with a chatty, conversational style that suits the air-headed but well-meaning Bertie Wooster.
The narration is good and solid, with some very nice voice acting between characters. The reader makes a great Bertie. (The American accent, as mentioned by another reviewer, really is an experience.)
It downloads as one solid block, which is annoying given that you have to search to get to the chapter you want. Also, there is an oddly metallic quality to the recording, and the volume between sections wavers. However, unless you're an audiophile, this isn't too much of a distraction once you get used to it.
All in all a good recording, and worth purchasing for any Wodehouse fan.
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