Jonathan Cecil, described as having “one of the best-loved voices in audiobooks” by the P. G. Wodehouse Society, narrates this collection of brilliantly entertaining stories featuring Jeeves and Wooster, including: "Jeeves and the Impending Doom", "Jeeves and the Kid Clementina", "The Inferiority Complex of Old Sippy", "The Love That Purifies", "Jeeves and the Yule-Tide Spirit", "Jeeves and the Old School Chum", "Jeeves and the Song of Songs", "Indian Summer of an Uncle", "Episode of the Dog McIntosh", "The Ordeal of Young Tuppy", and "The Spot of Art."
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Wonderful addition to my Wodehouse collection...I listen to it again and again and it always gives me a chuckle....of course in Jonathan Cicle that makes the story sparkle
Bertie is my type of man...sincere, takes orders well and is just a bit "dim"
I love the Jeeves stories, however this one was a series of stories that are not connected. It became a little tedious after a while. Hard to keep up sometimes. Of course, I would recommend it. It is Jeeves after all.
He does a great job with character voices and is Jeeves personified.
It was just a little too irritating and tedious to take it more than a little at a time
I must say that I listened to the first 80 minutes or so and just had to turn it off. The narration was so very dry and upper-crust British that I had to concentrate to follow the storyline and cath the dry and wry humour at the same time. I love the PG Wodehouse books and writing style...but I did not think it would be so different to listen to it. I listen to books while I am driving - fiction, business, thrillers, comedy and even science...but this combination went in one ear and out the other unless I paid complete attention to it (which I could not - while driving).
No listening - only reading (and I love them).
It is such a very British series that it must have a British narrator- but perhpas a more delicate British narrator with more dramatic inflection could help,
It's fluffy stuff but oh so sweet! Do I pity those who have to put up with Bertie's undeserved happiness in life, or do I pity Bertie who is unknowingly putty in Jeeve's hands. The genius of the book is that I do both...at the same time, laughing all the way.
Droll, hilarious, British
The story of "Jeeves and the Old School Chum"
"young Bingo" Little
Martin Jarvis is still my absolute favorite narrator for Jeeves and Wooster stories -- he gives Bertie a more animated, varied tone -- but Jonathan Cecil's more subdued style grew on me as I listened.
Slapstick, zany, rib-tickling. Wodehouse's wacky way of bringing the unexpected into the stories always keeps me in stitches.
The inimitable Jeeves
Thoroughly delightful. I listened as I ran each day.
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