Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest

“I’m not absolutely certain of my facts, but I rather fancy it’s Shakespeare–or, if not, it’s some equally brainy lad–who says that it’s always just when a chappie is feeling particularly top-hole, and more than usually braced with things in general that Fate sneaks up behind him with a bit of lead piping. There’s no doubt the man’s right. It’s absolutely that way with me. Take, for instance, the fairly rummy matter of Lady Malvern and her son Wilmot….”

Will Duquette reads Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest by P.G. Wodehouse for us at Forgotten Classics.

Also, I can’t remember if I mentioned it, but Will read Leave It to Jeeves last week. You don’t want to miss either.

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