Tuesday, July 15, 2014

A Compliment to P.G. Wodehouse

Jeeves and the Wedding Bells by Sebastian Faulks


Who hasn't heard of Jeeves and Wooster - that charmingly bungling gentleman and his inimitable gentleman's gentleman? Who can forget the antics that Bertie Wooster falls into and the ingenious ways that Jeeves is able to manipulate him back to safety? And if you haven't read the books, you might have caught one of the television adaptations staring Hugh Lurie as Wooster and Steven Fry as Jeeves. But in case you are not familiar with this these two, they are the archetype for early 20th century high British comedy written by P.G. Wodehouse.





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"Jeeves and the Wedding Bells" by Sebastian Faulks published in the US St. Martin's Press and in the UK by Hutchinson, a division of Random House UK/Cornerstone Publishing, and released on November 5, 2013 is available from Amazon US, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, Kobo Books (USA, Canada & Australia), iTunes (iBook or audiobook), The Book Depository (free worldwide delivery), new or used from Alibris or Better World Books as well as from an IndieBound store near you. I would like to thank the publishers for sending me a review copy via NetGalley.
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