[Epub] ↠ Very Good, Jeeves! (Jeeves, #4) Author P.G. Wodehouse – Buyantivirus.us

Very Good, Jeeves! (Jeeves, #4) Whatever The Cause Of Bertie Wooster S Consternation Bobbie Wickham Gives Away Fierce Aunt Agatha S Dog Again In The Bad Books Of Sir Roderick Glossop Tuppy Crushes On Robust Opera Singer Jeeves Can Untangle The Most Ferocious Muddle 1 Jeeves And The Impending Doom2 The Inferiority Complex Of Old Sippy3 Jeeves And The Yule Tide Spirit4 Jeeves And The Song Of Songs5 Episode Of The Dog McIntosh6 The Spot Of Art7 Jeeves And The Kid Clementina8 The Love That Purifies9 Jeeves And The Old School Chum10 Indian Summer Of An Uncle11 The Ordeal Of Young Tuppy

[Epub] ↠ Very Good, Jeeves! (Jeeves, #4)  Author P.G. Wodehouse – Buyantivirus.us
  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • Very Good, Jeeves! (Jeeves, #4)
  • P.G. Wodehouse
  • English
  • 12 March 2017
  • 0393339793

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ Very Good, Jeeves! (Jeeves, #4) Author P.G. Wodehouse – Buyantivirus.us


  1. says:

    A little Wodehouse is good for the soul.I chose this fun volume of Jeeves Wooster because I needed some cheering up after finishing a long and depressing tome I m looking at you, Donna Tartt and now all is well again Right ho Very Good, Jeeves is a collection of 11 short stories featuring everyone s favorite valet a personal gentleman s gentleman, as Jeeves describes himself and the ongoing scrapes of Mr Bertie Wooster In each story, either Bertie or one of his friends and relat A little Wodehouse is good for the soul.I chose this fun volume of Jeeves Wooster because I needed some cheering up after finishing a long and depressing tome I m looking at you, Donna Tartt and now all is well again Right ho Very Good, Jeeves is a collection of 11 short stories featuring everyone s favorite valet a personal gentleman s gentleman, as Jeeves describes himself and the ongoing scrapes of Mr Bertie Wooster In each story, either Bertie or one of his friends and relatives is in a bind, and fortunately for everyone, Jeeves is always there to advise and set things right Goodreads lists this collection as being fourth in the series, but the marvelous thing about reading Wodehouse is it doesn t seem to matter which book you pick up first he s such a br...


  2. says:

    One of the earlier Jeeves Wooster, Very Good, Jeeves sees Wodehouse with some matured characters, but a plot that is still taking baby steps.If memory serves and it seldom does, so take that with a necessary grain of salt , the first few Jeeves books Wodehouse penned were written as short stories This one definitely is and I m not a huge fan Or perhaps I should say that I prefer the full length novellas of later books These shorts felt like they were just getting off the ground only One of the earlier Jeeves Wooster, Very Good, Jeeves sees Wodehouse with some matured characters, but a plot that is still taking baby steps.If memory serves and it seldom does, so take that with a necessary grain of salt , the first few Jeeves books Wodehouse penned were written as short stories This one definitely i...


  3. says:

    Jeeves, have you ever pondered on Life From time to time sir, in my leisure moments Grim, isn t it, what Grim, sir All Bertram Wooster wants from life is a good night s sleep followed by a hearty breakfast, a whole day lazing at the Drones Club and maybe a vaudeville show in the evening, but troubles seems to gather around him like bees around honey His favorite analogy is landing in the soup , usual...


  4. says:

    3.5 starsVery Good, Jeeves is a collection of eleven humorous stories featuring Bertie Wooster and his valet Jeeves Bertie is a fun loving but rather dim British toff who always getting involved in hare brained schemes that go sideways And Jeeves is his very clever gentleman s gentleman who invariably makes things right.Some of Bertie s escapades stem from his attempts to get back at his friend Tuppy Glossup Tuppy bet Bertie he couldn t swing across a swimming pool on a set of rings 3.5 starsVery Good, Jeeves is a collection of eleven humorous stories featuring Bertie Wooster and his valet Jeeves Bertie is a fun loving but rather dim British toff who always getting involved in hare brained schemes that go sideways And Jeeves is his very clever gentleman s gentleman who invariably makes things right.Some of Bertie s escapades stem from his attempts to get back at his friend Tuppy G...


  5. says:

    There is really no one who can wash away the troubles, soothe the careworn brow how does that go again And careworn brows forget, sir.Exactly When my brows need forgetting No one can soothe and forget like P.G Wodehouse.I was idling away the morning, doing my best to make myself scarce, what with visiting family beingthan a jot tiring, when I popped into the Strand to see if they could help improve the noggin Not to say they had fish, but they did have a rather large assortment of t There is really no one who can wash away the troubles, soothe the careworn brow how does that go again And careworn brows forget, sir.Exactly When my brows need forgetting No one can soothe and forget like P.G Wodehouse.I wa...


  6. says:

    Jeeves and the Impending Doom, the first story in Very Good, Jeevesmade me want to write humorous fiction Not so much because of this particular story, which is hysterical, but because it was my introduction to Wodehouse Somewhere between when Bertie pronged a moody forkful of the eggs and b and when he announced,it seems to be a mere matter of time before I perpetrate some ghastly floater and have her hopping after me with her hatchet, I was hooked.There is so much to like about Jeeves and the Impending Doom, the first...


  7. says:

    Going into Very Good, Jeeves, I knew five of its stories would be repeats for me they comprised another collection I read, Jeeves and the Old School Chum but it turns out I had already read all eleven of its stories I m not quite sure how this happened I don t think I d read this particular collection before, but it s possible I had and simply forgot I blame this on Wodehouse, whose book titles were all so bloody similar Very Good, Jeeves, Thank You, Jeeves, Right Ho, Jeeves, Going into Very Good, Jeeves, I knew five of its stories would be repeats for me they comprised another collection I read, Jeeves and the Old School Chum but it turns out I had already read all eleven of its stories I m not quite sure how this happened I don t think I d read this particular collection before, but it s possible I had and simply forgot I blame this on Wodehouse, whose book titles were all so bloody similar Very Good, Jeeves, Thank You, Jeeves, Right Ho, Jeeves, The Inimitable Jeeves, Carry On, Jeeves, Oh Rather, Jeeves, Cheerio, Jeeves, Quite Right, Jeeves, Indeed, Jeeves, etc., etc I might have made up some of those titles, but they do have the ring of truth to them, no No matter These eleven stories easily are among the best I ve read by Wodehouse, and are thus worth rereadin...


  8. says:

    1987 I was twenty five years old and holed up in the intensive care unit at the National Neurological Hospital in London, stricken from head to toe with Guillain Barr Syndrome Symptoms total paralysis Prognosis uncertain.Guillain Barr Syndrome is a bizarre illness It attacks the myelin sheath that transmits messages along one s peripheral nerves One day my toes went numb A week later I found myself in hospital, unable to move, breathe or speak An unscratchable itch on my leg could pr 1987 I was twenty five years old and holed up in the intensive care unit at the National Neurological Hospital in London, stricken from head to toe with Guillain Barr Syndrome Symptoms total paralysis Prognosis uncertain.Guillain Barr Syndrome is a bizarre illness It attacks the myelin sheath that transmits messages along one s peripheral nerves One day my toes went numb A week later I found myself in hospital, unable to move, breathe or speak An unscratchable itch on my leg could propel me to the brink of insanity Dust fell into my eyes and I couldn t blink or wipe it away I could not call out for assistance.Upon learning of my perilous condition, my mother had dropped everything, packed a suitcase and flown from Sydney Now she sat by my bedside for twelve hours a day, every day Each night mum grabbed a few ho...


  9. says:

    My, how I love P.G Wodehouse For unabashed, slightly dippy Anglophiles like me, the Jeeves Wooster stories are a wonderful Brit fantasyland that could only be matched by a stay at Hogwarts Bertie is a man of very little brain, whose magical powers include lots of money, leisure, an excellent liver, and a slim, clotheshorsy figure Bertie s Lord Voldemort subs are friends who prevail upon him to housebreak, steal, tick people off, or otherwise engage in socially awkward or illegal trickery, My, how I love P.G Wodehouse For unabashed, slightly dippy Anglophiles like me, ...


  10. says:

    Reading about Bertie s and Jeeves adventures makes me happy In my mind, Bertie is sort of like Mr Bean, and Jeeves is the 007 of the butlering world I think this is my 4th or 5th Wodehouse book in this series and I can t stop reading them They re addictive

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *