Right Ho, Jeeves

by P.G Wodehouse

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

I laughed outloud so many times whilst reading this book, in which poor deluded Bertie thinks he can manage other people’s affair better than that most impeccable of manservants, Jeeves. It isn’t a spoiler to say that of course Bertie can’t, & much hilarity ensues.

In particular you should look out for Aunt Dahlia giving instructions to Bertram what he should look out for when going for a walk & an impassioned speech from the French chef, Anatole.

I’m not knocking half a ★ off for one piece of casual racism. (I’m wondering if it has been censored from other copies as none of my friends at Retro Reads have mentioned it) but because just before the peerless Jeeves  resolved everything,  there was a portion where it dragged. The resolution though was highly satisfactory & left me craving more Wodehouse!

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