Psmith is the best of Wodehouse's characters--better even than Bertie & Jeeves--and Jonathan Cecil is the king of Wodehouse narrators.
I heart the Jasper Ffordeverse--it's engaging, full of TERRIBLE jokes, suspenseful, creative. And Emily Gray is Thursday.
I've really enjoyed every other Scalzi I've read, but this one was irritatingly predictable as well as WAY overburdened with exposition. Wheaton's narration is obstructively mediocre. (Yes I know as a tribe we nerds have decided to love Wheaton as an apology for hating him as Wesley Crusher with irrational fervor--but he's still not a very good narrator. He has two voices: regular and look-this-character-is-a-d!ck.)
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