A Sea of Troubles
an excerpt from the beginning:
Mr. Meggs's mind was made up. He was going to commit suicide.
There had been moments, in the interval which had elapsed between the first inception of the idea and his present state of fixed determination, when he had wavered. In these moments he had debated, with Hamlet, the question whether it was nobler in the mind to suffer, o...more
WHY I CHOSE THIS BOOK: It met my reading challenge criteria being part of the P.G. Wodehouse, Jeeves series
REVIEW: Amusing as all P.G. Wodehouse is. This was more of a long short story, not even a novella. It is a story about a man who decides to kill himself and then changes his mind. All the miscommunication and twists that keep him from reversing his decision.