From Library Journal
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Wodehouse is the greatest comic writer ever. -- Douglas Adams
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It's a genteel romance leavened by good humor, rather than an all-out farce, which is what most remember Wodehouse for. Don't get me wrong. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Ted Fontenot
I'll start by clearing up some misconceptions in other reviews here of this book: It's not from Wodehouse's early period, it's seven years into his maturity, which I'd date to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Flash Sheridan
A fun read, especially after I realized its trite plot line was decades old. The author's name reminded me of hearing it from my parents when I was young.Published 9 months ago by John McIntyre
P.G. Wodehouse is always good in my opinion. His use of the english language.Published 11 months ago by Camera Buff
The characters are so simple, innocent, and almost gullible. I laughed out loud. I like a book when I laugh out loud.Published 12 months ago by Kathryn Name
This is a frothy, witty romance of the type Wodehouse excels. Sally, our heroine, takes plenty of knocks, but her heart and pluck see her through to the conclusion successfully. Read morePublished 13 months ago by morehumanthanhuman