How Right You Are, Jeeves
A Bertie and Jeeves classic, featuring a cow-creamer, the redheaded Miss Wickham, and the formidable schoolmaster Aubrey Upjohn. Jeeves is infallible. Jeeves is indispensable. Unfortunately, in How Right You Are, Jeeves, he is also in absentia. In this wonderful slice of Woosterian mayhem,... show more
A Bertie and Jeeves classic, featuring a cow-creamer, the redheaded Miss Wickham, and the formidable schoolmaster Aubrey Upjohn. Jeeves is infallible. Jeeves is indispensable. Unfortunately, in How Right You Are, Jeeves, he is also in absentia. In this wonderful slice of Woosterian mayhem, Bertie has sent that prince among gentlemen's gentlemen off on his annual vacation. Soon, drowning dachshunds, broken engagements, and inextricable complications lead to the only possible conclusion: "We must put our trust in a higher power. Go and fetch Jeeves!"
Publish date: November 1st 2000
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
Series: Jeeves (#12)
This slim volume was first published in 1960 and appears three quarters of the way down the lengthy list of Wodehouse novels featuring the inestimable Jeeves. In fact, in this episode the celebrated gentleman’s valet quickly departs for a holiday in Herne Bay, Kent and helps decide Bertie Wooster to...
Jeeves was right, but that title is wrong!The statement in title form, How Right You Are, Jeeves does two things. It tells you that Jeeves is going to offer up correct advice, as per usual. It also leads you to believe that Jeeves will play a large role in said title, and that is not the case. They ...
Jeeves in the Offing (Jeeves #12) by P.G. Wodehouse My rating: 4 of 5 stars This was a short little book by Wodehouse. It was a lot of fun, but not as much as the other ones. It was probably because I missed Jeeves. He is gone from most of the book, off on a holiday, and he was sorely missed.
i was quite disappointed by this one. reading a wooster without jeeves is just as frustrating as reading a jeeves without wooster -- without their special chemistry the characters are jaded and not as fun. i would not recommend to an enthusiast. i would just tell them to read thank you jeeves or cod...
Briefly, Wodehouse's Jeeves novels are essential reading for my sanity. Even though the plots run through a generally familiar comedy of errors from one novel to the next, there is always something delightful and charming in Wodehouse's style of telling it.Like no other author, Wodehouse puts me in ...