Yes, the narration brings the sense of suspense and doom inherent in the story vividly to life.
The final chapters add an ironic twist to the expected outcome. It was sometimes difficult to follow the level of the story as it was being told through several layers.
Both did a great job.
If you liked the Woman in Black, you will like this story.
Yes. Wodehouse stories contain so much sly wit, I hear some new bon mot everytime I listen.
I wouldn't change anything, as Wodehouse remixes all his standard characters and plot devices for another humorous romp.
I am looking forward to other Wodehouse books read by Martin Jarvis.
He brings a cadence to the dialogue and a brisk breezy pace which set a proper tone.
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