Sunday, May 15, 2011
Another delightful adventure of English gentlemen Bertie Wooster brought to you by Wodehouse and master audio-presenter J. Cecil. This is the 6th Wodehouse for me and it was an enjoyable listen, as I had missed the style and Cecil’s voices. It wasn’t as good as The Inimitable Jeeves or some of the others, but it was worthwhile all the same. The problem with this particular work was the sheer number of relationship dynamics, both overlapping and duplicative, as some characters were pretending to be others. Intermittent confusion aside, there were several good laughs, and I found the latter half to be the more enjoyable chunk.
Recommended for Wodehouse/(Cecil) fans.