MiniReview: Right Ho, Jeeves (Jeeves #6) by P.G. Wodehouse

Right Ho, Jeeves (Jeeves #6) by P.G. Wodehouse

4 of 5 stars

Book Summary:

Follow the adventures of Bertie Wooster and his gentleman’s gentleman, Jeeves, in this stunning new edition of one of the greatest comic novels in the English language. Bertie must deal with the Market Snodsbury Grammar School prize giving, the broken engagement of his cousin Angela, the wooing of Madeline Bassett by Gussie Fink-Nottle, and the resignation of Anatole, the genius chef. Will he prevail? Only with the aid of Jeeves! 

Book Review:

What an absolutely lovely book! I cannot for the life of me understand people who do not like Wodehouse. Something wrong with their sense of humor, I suppose. His butlers are so proper, and his lead characters are often overgrown man-child types who are thankfully quite dependent on their very proper butlers. And they're also well meaning in their own bumbling way.
Bertie Wooster is the most lovably stupid of the entire lot, and after you read some short stories involving him and Jeeves, you will want more. So much more.
This book will give it to you. By all means, devour.