"Wodehouse can be extremely funny, of course, and Bertie and Jeeves are echt-Englishmen, but the surprising and surpassing pleasure of these books is their cheerful humanity. Reading Wodehouse always makes me feel good."Kurt Andersen, author of "Turn of the Century"
"Timelessly funny and mean."David Foster Wallace, author of "Brief Interviews with Hideous Men"
"Mr. Wodehouse's idyllic world can never stale. He will continue to release future generations from captivity that may be more irksome than our own. He has made a world for us to live in and delight in."Evelyn Waugh
This is probably the finest collection of Wodehouse snippets available. It is fine to pick up and dip into whenever a smile is in need.Published 25 days ago by Grampy
A mob of short stories all with that classic P.G. Wodehouse dry humor and wry little twist at the end.Published 6 months ago by Jim in Reno
Contains many of his funniest stories including a few of the Jeeves. Now you can get approximately 30 other stories free for ebooks right on Amazon. Terrific opportunity. Read morePublished 11 months ago by David K. Hill
This is a great compilation of P.G. Wodehouse's work. He's a brilliant writer. He uses dry humor and it's hilarious most of the time. I especially love the Jeeves stuff.Published 11 months ago by Amanda L. Davis
Hilarious writing. It's a great way to get familiar with a brilliant classic author. Good sampling of his most popular works.Published 21 months ago by tomdz
Containing thirty-one short stories and one novel, this Wodehouse tome tops out at 701 pages of fun, fun, fun in the English countryside. Read morePublished on June 27, 2012 by M-I-K-E 2theD
I always thought that PG Wodehouse was an author for stuffy anglophiles who employed humor that was more "witty" than funny containing cultural references that would not make sense... Read morePublished on April 4, 2012 by Matt Metevelis
I only read the first short story, but I didn't like it. It was mildly funny at best. I didn't even bother with the rest after that. Read morePublished on September 13, 2011 by Trevor Blumenfeld