Jeeves and the King of Clubs review: pale imitationSchott has hit the target. Schott handles the Jeeves and Wooster set-piece dialogues with admirable ease. And his dialogue is perfectly inane. This joyous and thoughtful tribute leaves you wanting more. It's a ripping old yarn.
P. G. Wodehouse (Radio) - Ring For Jeeves.
Jeeves and the King of Clubs
Plum is gazing down from heaven with a smile on his face and a melody in his heart. Schott handles the Jeeves and Wooster set-piece dialogues with admirable ease. I thought Ben Schott did a fine job here. Still, this was well worth reading.
Emine at Bromley. And his dialogue is perfectly inane. Open Preview See a Problem. Jan 03, fiction-comedy.
January 6 – 10, 2020
I know I am chancing my arm reviewing this book on a crime fiction blog. Detective novel purists will of course need to leave this point or continue reading at their own risk. Tales of espionage however are usually allocated a space in the genre and it is by this clause that I dare to talk about this book today. Yet for the 5 people, ambitious figure I know! So it was a given that this book would quickly rise to the top of my TBR pile, that and a temporary case of shiny new book syndrome.
Added to basket. This anr me to my final point: the small but significant question of self-deprecation. Email required Address never made public. I really want to use this last one in conversation now.
A wise king once observed that the saddest words in the English language are 'Shall we go straight through to dinner. Ben Wootser has done a fantastic job in saluting all that is great, in the Wodehouse canon. Pickles big and small inevitably ensue and it only remains to be seen whether Jeeves and Wooster can bring it all off. Engagingly silly.