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Publisher's Summary

My Man Jeeves is the first book in a series of comical ones by written by P.G. Wodehouse, which recount the tales of Wooster and his ever reliable valet Jeeves. The stories follow our hapless hero and his misadventures in New York where he and his friends always seem to be getting into trouble, only to be bailed out by the ingenious plots of his witty valet, Jeeves.

Each character in the book is brought to life through the stunning vocals of narrator David McCallion. His diverse range adds to the humor in each story and makes for an incredible listening experience.

My Man Jeeves from the Jeeves collection contains the following eight stories:

  • "Leave it to Jeeves"
  • "Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest"
  • "Jeeves and the Hard Boiled Egg"
  • "Absent Treatment"
  • "Helping Freddie"
  • "Rallying Round Old George"
  • "Doing Clarence a Bit of Good"
  • "The Aunt and the Sluggard"

Whether it's a problem with an unexpected guest who enjoys the New York lifestyle a little too much, a friend who's having trouble with a rich uncle or just deciding what tie to wear with a particular suit, Bertie can always turn to Jeeves and be sure that he'll be able to point him in the right direction, even if things tend to get a little bumpy along the way.

This book also contains several stories featuring Bertie Pepper, this character was an early prototype of Wooster who was just as adept at getting himself, and those around him, into trouble.

If you enjoy this book, be sure to check out the rest in our collection!

©2014 A.R.N. Publications (P)2014 A.R.N. Publications

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  • Michelle
  • 02-04-2016

Jeeves is the Man...

All I’ve got to is WOW… David McCallion knocked this book out of the park and did a marvelous job at narrating each character’s voice in a style that matched the personality which P.G. Wodehouse intended them to have.

McCallion’s charming English accent adds so much to the persona that is present in each character. Wodehouse's vocabulary and different words that were typical for the time period are incredible to hear used with such ease and melody! The full effect of these stories is certainly felt in having this narrator read them, and make them that much more pleasant and delightful!

As to the characters themselves, the relationship that emerges between Bertie Wooster and Jeeves is simply charming; Jeeves is one of those friends that everyone wishes they had, apparently. He is the one who is always there to help, no matter how grave the situation might be. I found myself feeling quite jealous of Bertie, since he gets to spend time with Jeeves and introduce him to other friends, as well! The wonderful little subplots and events that unfold make for the perfect feel-good read!

A spectacular performance and also one of the cleanest audio’s I have listened to with no background noise or breath sounds, 2 thumbs up…

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  • Janio Jackson
  • 01-12-2014

Absolutely terrific!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Awesome is an inadequate word to describe this utterly remarkable audio book. This fast-paced witty tale is well narrated by David McCallion which has effortlessly abducted me in this roller-coaster tale and unending drama. The characters were well embodied. Certainly this narrator possesses the X-factor necessary to create a whirlwind in one’s mind, of which I am chief. P.G. Wodehouse has skillfully constructed an audio book that is well worth listening to!

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  • TofuGirlSF
  • 02-09-2017

Fun but quickly tiresome

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The stories are fun, but they all sound alike after the first five. I couldn't get through the whole thing.

What was most disappointing about P. G. Wodehouse’s story?

They were written as standalone pieces for a white, wealthy audience. Maybe if you eat just one piece of candy a month they would be enjoyable, but eating 7 pieces at one sitting is a Very Bad Idea.

What about David McCallion’s performance did you like?

It's fine, not great, not bad.

1 of 5 people found this review helpful