This title includes not only the entire audiobook
of "Right Ho, Jeeves", but also ALL of the P.G. Wodehouse titles in
the current Classic Tales library.It also includes a Jeeves short
story only available in the collection: Extricating Young Gussie.
The complete running time is over 15 hours. Here is a list of the
Leave It To Jeeves
Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest
The Aunt and the Sluggard
Death at the Excelsior
Jeeves and the Hard Boiled Egg
Jeeves in the Springtime
The Man Upstairs
Jeeves and the Chump Cyril
Jeeves Takes Charge
The Man Who Disliked Cats
Extricating Young Gussie
Right Ho, Jeeves (The unabridged novel - 7 hours in
All titles have been remastered, and have never sounded
out the Classic Tales
Audiobooks blog for more detailed information!
purchase this product, and the payment goes through, you will
receive a second email with a link to a zipped file that contains
all 57 mp3 files of the P.G. Wodehouse collection. Download the
zipped file, import it to iTunes, and you're on your way!
A great listen. Very enjoyable.
From Christopher Gehrig of East Moriches, New York on 3/16/2015.
Wodehouse writes some very funny characters masterfully brought to life by the best narrator in audio books. Delightfully easy to listen to.
Fun, fun, fun!
From Jackie Worth of Bolivar, Missouri on 2/2/2015.
I've never read anything by Wodehouse before so this was a real treat to have the book come to life by B.J.'s narration. It is so well-written with so many creative ways of describing ordinary tasks. B.J. gave the main character so much energy in his delivery that I thought Berty was going to hop out of the speakers. What?! And Jeeves' voice was perfect!There were some other non-Jeeves stories in this collection that were amusing, but not as great as Jeeves. I did, however, enjoy the French . . .
From Dave of Gentry, Arkansas on 8/17/2014.
Very enjoyable and entertaining.
From Eric Bullard of Morristown, Tennessee on 10/29/2013.
Wodehouse is an absolute master of making ridiculously difficult turn of phrase sound effortless. The buffoonery of the upper class "Old Boys" and their much more logical working class "Gentleman's gentlemen" makes for light but delightful reading. Few writers make me truly laugh out loud but Wodehouse has that ability. Harris brings his writing to life wonderfully. Well worth the few bob.
From Lani Lynch of Wenatchee, Washington on 8/14/2013.
This is a wonderful recording. Wodehouse is one of the most entertaining authors ever and Harris reads him masterfully.
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