Publish date: August 7th 2008
Pages no: 310
Edition language: English
Series: Uncle Fred (#2)
It all begins innocently enough with a What, Ho! and then before you know it everyone's up to their necks in the soup!Uncle Dynamite is Uncle Fred and each of us ought to have an Uncle Fred in their lives. He's the sort of energetic, well-intentioned chap to stir up the pot, sometimes when the pot d...
Good old Uncle Fred. He's an interesting contrast to Jeeves. Where Jeeves uses deduction and reasoning to get Bertie out of jams, Uncle Fred weaves tapestry upon tapestry of lies. I'm amazed how much mileage (and how many laughs) Wodehouse manages to wring out of the same basic plot time after ti...
This title, delightfully read by Jonathan Cecil, will have you in stitches. There are few writers alive today who can match Wodehouse in his artful use of the language. Every line has some delightful pun or play on words, at least to my mental retina. Describing one of the Wodehouse plots is always ...
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