Everyone - even Augustus the cat - has cause to be obliged to Jeeves when he manages to retrieve the infamous Book, the book kept under lock and key at the Junior Ganymede Club and which lays bare the private lives of three-quarters of the upper classes - and which could prove to be political dynamite at the Market Snodsbury by-election! It once again falls to Bertie Wooster's manservant to save the day.
©1971 P.G. Wodehouse (P)2016 Blackstone Audio
The narration is quite bad. He doesn't vary his voice, and he speaks rapidly, without pauses. It was a bit of a struggle to finish, which is just as well because he reads as though he's trying to get through it as quickly as possible. I recommend trying the ones narrated by Jonathan Cecil.
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