Bertie Wooster Sees It Through by P.G. Wodehouse (review by Andrew R. ”17)

Bertie Wooster Sees It ThroughBertie Wooster Sees It Through by P.G. Wodehouse
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Bertie Wooster Sees It Through begins when Wooster grows a mustache—a mustache which, although many consider it “the most obscene thing they ever saw outside of a nightmare,” is enough to make his ex-fiancée, Florence Craye, fall helplessly in love with him again. Soon, he must escape the fury of Craye’s current partner, Stilton Cheesewright. His position becomes even more precarious when his forceful Aunt Dahlia invites all three to her estate, and Wooster can only rely on his butler Jeeves to rescue him from the vengeful Cheesewright and the persistent Craye. Narrated by the dim-witted protagonist, the novel showcases Wodehouse’s famous roundabout writing style and comical dialogue. Each character has his own distinct personality. A full cast of relatives, servants and British gentlemen makes this book a masterpiece. – Andrew R. ’17

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