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Walsingford Hall belongs to Sir Buckstone, who is in a little financial difficulty. So for a little monetary help he puts a roof over the heads of an odd assortment of people.
©2006 The Trustees of the Wodehouse Estate (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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  • Mr. Paul M. Quirk
  • 09-12-2020

Very funny

This story is a wonderful example of PG Wodehouse silliness. Jonathan Cecil performs it perfectly.
One minor niggle, this is obviously a copy from the CD versions such that it includes the words “end of CD 2” and “start of CD 3” etc at what would be the change point. Come on Audible, this is a simple thing to fix and you should be embarrassed that it’s been left in.
One other point of warning, the book is a product of its time and includes a couple of references to the “N” word in the phrase “sweating like a N...”.

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  • John
  • 18-01-2015

Timeless classic!

What more can one say!
Apart from that the audiobook is worth every penny!
The man was a genius!
McJJ




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  • Nick J. Kitching
  • 16-05-2017

Classic Wodehouse.

Classic Wodehouse and Cecil too. He takes you right there with them, faultless narrative by a master.

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  • taylor
  • 28-11-2020

Sound quality is poor

Jonathan Cecil is a wonderful narrator but the reading is spoiled by him saying the disks number and the sound quality

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  • j Galbraith
  • 17-12-2016

wondefull the master at his best made me laugh

wondefull the master at his best made me laugh and smile on the dreary commute to work every day for a month

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  • Ian Maclean
  • 11-04-2021

The best fun I've had from a book in ages!

This book is an astonishing creation and read equally astonishingly! You will just have to listen to it to find out why!

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  • Avid Reader
  • 24-03-2021

What joy

Not a Blandings or a Jeeves tale but glorious nonetheless and Jonathan Cecil is the cherry on the cake, brilliant characterisations give depth to the Wodehouse linguistic magic, there could not be a happier mix to delight my demanding palette.

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