Since his manservant Jeeves is off on vacation, Bertie Wooster accepts an invitation to his Aunt Dahlia's country house, with its rolling acres and superb chef. Unfortunately, he was only invited to shadow an important guest; then he reads the notice of his own engagement to a girl he had believed safely betrothed to his friend Kipper Herring. Yes, things are much as usual in Wodehouse's imaginary, early 20th-century upper-class England.
Reader Ian Carmichael is well known for his portrayals of upper-class young men; he does a superb job of voicing the male characters. This charming book is recommended for all audiobook collections.
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