Thank You, Jeeves
Publish date: June 1st 1983
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Jeeves 3 (#5)
The best Jeeves volume I've read so far. I was giggling almost all the time. I love Bertie. He is so honest, and funny, and naive, and nice. He doesn't have an ounce of malice in his entire being. Since this volume is about Jeeves leaving Bertie because Bertie loves to play banjo, and Jeeves is like...
I listened to the audio version with Simon Templeman as Bertie and Paxton Whitehead as Jeeves, performing with L.A. Theatre Works. Initially, I was missing Hugh Laurie, whose Bertie I absolutely love, but honestly Templeman's Bertie was spot on. (It's hard not to talk like that after listening to t...
Thank You, Jeeves (Jeeves #5) by P.G. Wodehouse My rating: 5 of 5 stars This story was hilarious! What can I say, brilliant as always.
Jeeves and Wooster break up after Jeeves lays down an ultimatum and Bertie chooses his banjolele over his manservant. Hilarity ensues.The 2011-2012 re-read...After Jeeves and Wooster have a spat over a banjolele, Jeeves leaves Wooster for Lord Chuffnel, who is enamored with Bertie's ex-fiancee, Pau...
Bertie had better get on his knees and thank God for Jeeves!