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Audiofile Magazine review on ‘Right Ho, Jeeves’:
Narrator Greg Wagland delightfully brings the classic duo of Bertie Wooster and his wise butler, Jeeves, to life in this Wodehouse classic. His excellent comic timing makes the most of every one of Bertie’s disastrous plans and not so bons mots. And his depiction of Jeeves has the listener keenly awaiting the brilliant man servant’s every word. Bertie has decided he can solve the romantic problems of his chums Gussie and Tuppy much better than Jeeves can. He puts alcohol in the orange juice of soft-spoken Gussie and provokes a bit of jealousy in Tuppy–with very unintended consequences that are hilarious. Wagland brings out every laugh when besotted and newly verbose Gussie hands out prizes at a boys’ school, giving one of the craziest speeches in comic literature. S.G.B. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 2017]
The incomparable Greg Wagland allows the author room to speak, gives sound readings of odd English place names, moreover he avoids making himself the point of the reading.
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