The second book in renowned author P. G. Wodehouse’s Jeeves series, Right Ho, Jeeves is a classic, humorous novel from one of the 20th century’s most widely read humorists.
Join Bertie Wooster as he navigates the bizarre and extraordinary world of Brinkley Manor. In an attempt to prove himself smarter than his valet Jeeves, Bertie takes it upon himself to solve the problems of his fellow guests - timid Gussie Fink-Nottle’s desire to propose to Madeline Bassett, his Aunt Dahlia’s gambling problem, the broken engagement between Tuppy Glossop and Angela Travers, and the resignation of their prized chef Anatole - all while preparing for the unpleasant job of delivering the school prizes to the students of a local grammar school.
But when his ingenious solutions only make the problems a million times worse, the mounting chaos soon becomes too much for Bertie to handle - but lucky for him, Jeeves is there to set things right!
Right Ho, Jeevesに寄せられたリスナーの声
- James Marsh
Hilarious Comedy of Errors
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review. Bertie Wooster and Jeeves are back in another wonderful comedy of errors. A couple friends of Bertie’s is having trouble courting women. One comes directly asking Jeeves for help – having heard about some of the schemes he’s concocted in the past. Bertie’s a little hurt and things go awry. That’s when Bertie pulls Jeeves from the situation and tries to take things into his own hands. Hilarity ensues. The writing is excellent with many clever turns of phrase. The schemes and counter schemes are marvelous. It’s a great book to put a smile on your face and make you laugh. The narrator I listened to was Zac Smith. He did an impeccable job with Bertie’s first person narration as well as voices for the various characters. I could listen to him narrate the entire series.