Eggs, Beans, and Crumpets

Narrated by: Jonathan Cecil
Series: Ukridge, Book 4, Drones Club, Book 4
Length: 5 hrs and 50 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

These wonderfully funny short stories feature a cast of outrageous characters, all plotting to save themselves from wedlock, poverty, or ignominy - with various degrees of success. This recording includes the following stories: "All's Well with Bingo", "Bingo and the Peke Crisis", "The Editor Regrets", "Sonny Boy", "Anselm Gets His Chance", "Romance at Droitgate Spa", "A Bit of Luck for Mabel", "Buttercup Day", and "Ukridge and the Old Stepper".

©1940 P.G. Wodehouse (P)2016 Blackstone Audio

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  • 04-29-20

Narrator Gets annoying

Way too old. You can hear the mouthful of old man dental work and saliva sloshing around in his pronunciations. I also take issue with the latitude taken to assign a speech impediment (understandably more prevalent in Britain because like dentistry, speech pathology isn’t a thing) to the main character, Bingo Little. While clever in theory, it grew... VERY annoying. Very. Fast. Or shall I say “Vewy. Fast.”