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The Inimitable Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse
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Feb 23, 2010

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I could tell this series of story was written earlier in Wodehouse’s very prolific writing career. It just wasn’t quite as tight as some of his other books. This was original 18 separately published stories, which were later woven into a series of 11 chapters. They are loosely connected, and for what it is, Wodehouse did it well. Watching Bingo Little fall in love over and over and over again was entertaining. The best story was “The Great Sermon Handicap,” where everyone in a small country towns bet on the length of the sermons of the different ministers. It was such a fun little story. This is the second Wodehouse that I’ve listened to that’s been read by Jonathan Cecil. Jeeves in the Morning was better — the production quality wasn’t quite as good on this one, and Cecil seemed a bit rushed in bits. But it was still a great audiobook — Wodehouse translates well to audio.

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