Review: How Right You Are, Jeeves

How Right You Are, Jeeves
How Right You Are, Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

With Jeeves on vacation, the reader sees a new Bertie. Not a lost baa-lamb as usual, but a more confident baa-lamb who nevertheless is ordered to pinch cow-creamers back. Also featuring Bertie’s favourite aunt Dahila, Sir Roderick Glossop as Swordfish, the butler at Brinkley Court, Rev Upjohn (who makes a re-entry into Bertie’s life after previously chilling his spine as headmaster whilst at school), the indefatigable Roberta aka Bobby who gives Bertie a heart-attack now and then by being engaged to him to soften the path of her actual beloved Herring to winning Mrs Wickham’s heart and others. And we can catch the blossoming friendship between Bertie and Sir Glossop and see the latter’s softer side by his occasional reminiscences of his past as the Biscuit-Stealer.

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