So life goes on for Bertie Wooster and Jeeves. This book is largely a collection of interlinked short stories mainly about Bertie's friend Bingo and his romances. How Bingo then decides that he is breaking off the relationships and what Jeeves does to help this come about. All goes smoothly till we come to the last, and Bingo is truly smitten and marries Rosie. I expect they will be mentioned later on in the series.
The book has the “Great Sermon Handicap” story as part of the collection that is meant to be a “classic”. I must admit it did not jump out at me as one, but maybe I just did not appreciate the subject matter.
Not a complex book to read and an interesting all be it humorous insight into life that is often a favourite for film and TV series. (Actually finished last week but I did not have time to upload this) So this is book 36 week 30 – novels 25, poetry 1 study 2, audio 8
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