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My Man Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse
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Aug 09, 11

bookshelves: humor, audio-books, classic, read_2011, short-stories
Read from July 29 to August 03, 2011, read count: 1

Bertie Wooster is the first to admit that he's not the smartest bloke around, but he doesn't have to be because he's got his man servant Jeeves to help him solve all his problems. Jeeves is a kind of Jedi Warrior/Knight with a keen fashion sense, and there's not a problem he can't solve. This collection of short stories finds Wooster attempting to help his friends deal with money and romance, and while the scrapes he gets himself into never quite turn out the way he thought, Jeeves is always there to pick up the pieces.

Jeeves and Wooster stories are hilarious, and the only complaint for this short story collection is that not all the stories are about them. There are several stories revolving around Reggie Pepper, and although they are entertaining stories, they lack the truly humorous moments of a Wooster and Jeeves exchange.
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