He was a gossip columnist’s dream. Piccadilly Jim’s life was a collage of broken promises and drunken brawls. And his straight-laced Victorian aunt was not amused. So, she decided to reform him. Unfortunately, her reform project started at a time when Jim had fallen in love and had already decided to reform himself. Thus, life became complicated. Jim pretends to be himself - a beautiful display of Wodehousean logic; hilarious indeed!
Public Domain (P)2000 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
I would recommend the book because of Wodehouse's descriptions of people. The story is fun.
His hilarious descriptions
He started very annoying (nasally). It got a little but better toward the end.
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