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Publisher's Summary

Young Bertie Wooster needed help in life. His affairs were in a complete mess. When Jeeves, the incomparable manservant, offers his services as valet, Bertie takes him on. Soon Jeeves has everything running smoothly - even Bertie himself.

At his best, Jeeves miraculously keeps Bertie and his helpless friends in the good graces of their rich uncles. He deals knowingly with attractive, lovelorn young ladies, patching up their affairs of the heart just the way he thinks they should be mended.

Carry On, Jeeves! is inspired comedy that will delight everyone who loves to laugh.

Don't miss other titles in the Jeeves series.
(P)1998 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Our family favorite

Both this book and this reader are absolute favorites in our family. We wore out our public library's copy of this audio book, and we are delighted to have it now in our Audible collection!

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  • BARRY
  • BENNINGTON, NE, United States
  • 03-24-08

Excellent Introduction to Wodehouse

This is a wonderful introduction to P.G. Wodehouse, very well narrated by Frederick Davidson. These are all early Bertie and Jeeves stories and contain some of the great scenes and characters fans have enjoyed for several decades. Wodehouse fans have their favorite narrators; I've enjoyed Martin Jarvis in other productions. Davidson has a great range of voices, and by the end of the book I couldn't imagine anyone giving a better performance.

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Wonderful Wodehouse, Awful narration

No aspersions on Wodehouse - the stories are gold, as usual. But, this narrator is terrible - he can't hold a candle to Jonathan Cecil, for whom I searched as narrator of this collection in vain. This narrator's voice is stringy, smarmy and sibilant. Words are swallowed at the ends of sentences. It's a chore to listen. I will never purchase another audiobook narrated by him.