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Very Good, Jeeves! (Jeeves, #4)

By P.G. Wodehouse

Rating: 5 stars

This volume contains eleven short stories featuring the immortal Bertram Wooster and his inimitable gentleman’s personal gentleman. This collection has several classic stories, including Jeeves and the Impending Doom, Jeeves and the Song of Songs and Episode of the Dog McIntosh. There’s the ongoing feud with Tuppy Glossop over that rotter’s practical joke, leaving Bertie hanging high, but not dry, the continuing curse of the aunts (despite Bertie’s protestations, I’m not sure Dahlia is that much better than Agatha) and, of course, Jeeves, striding through it all, with a pithy quote and a brain freshly fed on fish to help solve the Young Master’s problems.

PG Wodehouse is a master at this. I’ve never read a Wodehouse that I haven’t enjoyed and they are a sheer joy to read. This volume is certainly no exception to that.

Book details

ISBN: 9781841591421
Publisher: Everyman's Library
Year of publication: 1930

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