© The Trustees of the Wodehouse Trust; (P)1992 BBC Audiobooks Ltd
Yes, the British accent and the range of voices are quite remarkable. This reader who is my favorite Bertie and Jeeves voice adds to the whole mind picture.
Only other Wodehouse books. Actually Wodehouse has just a few stories told in minor different ways and he has written over 90 books. It is a pleasure to see how he does each one.
Either you like farcical British humor that is light, intelligent and pleasant or you don't. I have read the vast majority of Wodehouse's books and in every sentence there is genius. Jonathan Cecil brings the story to life.
This whole series has always me laugh out loud - I was surprised to discover that Jonathan Cecil made the audiobooks as funny or even funnier than the printed books.
His voices are great, and his timing is very funny. I just can't imagine liking a different narrator now.
I wish the books were longer!
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