Aunt Agatha breaks her icy silence and asks Bertie to look after a fellow Englishman, Cyril, who is visiting in New York. She only has one stipulation: keep Cyril off the American stage. But by the time Bertie gets the imperiling word, Cyril lands a part in a musical comedy. And with Jeeves turning a bit of a cold shoulder after a bust up over some purple socks, what's a Wooster to do?
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- chloe shaw
The skills of PG Wodehouse are sublime as always but in this instance the narration did not match and I found myself irritated by the whole thing.
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A'll ways enjoyed jeeves for a very long time
Been lovely to hear him now on audible
The reader is very good although
The accent drifts from time to time