" It's standard Wodehouse -- love entanglements, aunts, and upper-class awkwardness. The Jeeves & Wooster books are always terrific fun, but can be problematic in audio form. It takes a very good reader to capture the youthful, breezy, and often vacuous Bertie, then a second later give gravitas to Jeeves. Too often the narrators have come off either as snobby, forced, or they sound about 105 while portraying a young lover. Cecil, however, is right on in his portrayal of all the characters. He makes it seem easy...which I am sure it is not. This made a fun story even better. "
— rac, 7/25/2017