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Publisher's Summary

Despite marriage to a millionaire's daughter and success as a vice president of Donaldson's, Inc. - manufacturers of the world-famous Donaldson's Dog-Joy - Freddie Threepwood, Lord Emsworth's younger son, still goes in fear of his aunts when at Blandings Castle. Full Moon tells the story of how he faces them down, while promoting the love of Bill Lister and Prudence Garland. A charming Blandings comedy with a full Wodehouse complement of aunts, pigs, millionaires, colonels, imposters, and dotty earls.

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

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New Look. Same Great Story.

Life is full of mystery. For example, why would Audible carry two editions of the same recording? And, having bought, enjoyed and reviewed the first version years ago, why would I snap up the second edition without a second thought?

True, this edition features a tasteful type treatment, whereas the first sports a poorly executed drawing of what looks like people in a movie theater—an image that has nothing to do with the story.

But it’s the same, flawless performance by Jeremy Sinden of the same Wodehouse story—one of his funniest and best-constructed. At times you can hear Sinden struggling to keep a straight face.

Maybe because it was free (thank you, Audible Plus). Maybe because I feel better about myself with a tasteful image on my phone. Maybe I really am that shallow.

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Wodehouse does it again!

I’ve been devouring the Blandings series the last few months, and they’ve helped my mental health so much! To laugh during these stressful times has been the best thing, and I’m so glad I found this series.
The narrator was excellent. I enjoyed the machinations of Galahad, the bumbling mistakes made by the Ninth Earl of Emsworth, and the bevy of young lovers beset by troubles and far too many aunts. 😁 Definitely get this if your spirits need lifting.

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Fantastic narration!

I cannot hear any other voice when I read a Wodehouse. Sinden does a fantastic job of delivering the author's eye roll and building an entire cast. Delightful!

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lots of fun

part of me wants to get to the end to find out how he gets all of these situations figured out but the other part wants to keep reading because I'm enjoying the content so much

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Another fine performance.

Jonathan Cecil is the best narrator of P.G. Wodehouse I have yet heard on Audible. Highly recommended!

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Best of the dogfood genre

The other 3 reviews thus far extant hit the nail on the thumb. PGW’s fable should inspire us all to spread sweetness and light wherever our 2-seaters take us, using any fake beards and pigs readily at hand. Sadly my local Aldi doesn’t stock Donaldson’s Dog Joy. It would have been mighty white of me to avail my mut of its bone-strengthening properties.

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More Blandings shenanigans

If you are a fan of the Blandings series, this one is worth the listen. This might be the first Wodehouse book I’ve listened to where I could hear the reader giggle at times. Mr.Sinden is up there with Cecil as an excellent Wodehouse narrator.