©2002 P.G. Wodehouse; (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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Again, Woodhouse at his best. This collection of short stories has it all and encompasses all the Characters we love so much. The stories are concise and each as absurd as the next. Had me chuckling and in places laughing out loud uproariously - bit embarrassing in public!
ANY other Woodhouse book, I am personally a Jeeves and Wooster chap, and can't get enough.
Cecil is a GENIUS! I have heard many readings of Woodhouse including the fantastic Ian Carmichael - but he should stick to Peter Whimsy. Cecil brings Woodhouse to life, and the characters jump off the page - or in this case out of the speakers, into your living room.
I couldn't help it! Once you start, you can't stop. I also listen to all his books over and over, picking up small bits I missed or just enjoying the timeless hilarity.
A MUST LISTEN TO...
"Does Wodehouse proud"
Yes - it will lift your spirits, make you smile and add to the gaiety of nations
Not applicable - Wodehouse is The Master. When you think he has surpassed himself , he comes out with another gem.
Jonathan Cecil was without peer as a Wodehouse narrator. Simply the best. Much missed.
Oh yes - but rationing delays the sadness of The End.
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