Thank You, Jeeves is the first novel to feature the incomparable valet Jeeves and his hapless charge Bertie Wooster, although within page, Jeeves quits on account of Bertie's disastrous banjo-playing. In high dudgeon, Bertie disappears to the country as a guest of his chum Lord "Chuffy" Chuffnell, who naturally employs the services of the recently resigned Jeeves. Along the way, we meet a memorable cast of characters including Bertie's ex-fiancee Pauline, her formidable father, and the eminet looney-doctor Sir Roderick Glossop. When Chuffy falls in love with Pauline, chaos ensues...until Jeeves step in to save the day.
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4 out of 5 stars
By James on 03-04-16

It's Wodehouse

...and so, if Coster is not the best or most effective reader - or the worst - Wodehouse is Wodehouse is Wodehouse: tap his glass with fingernail or cricket bat, it still rings sweetly out.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Mama C on 12-02-09

Great Story, Just Not This Recording

This is a typical Wodehouse book; very humorous. However, the recording must be old, as the voice reading the text is muffled and difficult to understand.

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1 out of 5 stars
By AE on 14-03-13

Good Story, but narrater

Would you try another book from P. G. Wodehouse and/or Nicolas Coster?

I would definitely get another PG Wodehouse, but never another Nicolas Coster.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

As with most Wodehouse, the descriptions the main character uses to paint a picture of people and situation are hysterically funny. But you'd never know it from the performance here.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Nicolas Coster?

No one- he's terrible.

Any additional comments?

Jonathan Cecil is the best narrator for Wodehouse books.

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