Although Wodehouse is one of the few writers who never disappoints, this book just might be the exception. Sure, the trademark comic style of writing is all there, but the wacky plot and brilliantly hilarious characterisation that Wodehouse has brought out in other novels (such as the Jeeves and Blandings books) is missing. Don't get me wrong, this book is still very funny and enjoyable, but by the real Wodehouse standards, it reads more like something he would've stashed off in the attic to be published as a last resort.
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