Sunday, 25 September 2011
Review: The Inimitable Jeeves
The Inimitable Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I always feel good when I read a P. G. Wodehouse. It reminds me of cucumber sandwiches and cold lemon and barley, on a hot summers day in England. AHHH
'The feeling I had when Aunt Agatha trapped me in my lair that morning and spilled the bad news was that my luck had broken at last ...' When Bertie sets his heart upon some jolly purple socks, relations with Jeeves become distinctly cold and unchummy. Things become a good deal worse when Aunt Agatha demands that he abandon his life of frivolity in favour of a peal of wedding bells. But the inimitable Jeeves has the matter in hand right from the start ...and as for the socks, read on about the startling dressiness of a lift attendant.
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