Jeeves Omnibus

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Jenkins, 1931 - 847 pages
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Review: The Jeeves Omnibus Vol. 2 (Jeeves omnibus 2; books 3, 6, & 8)

User Review  - Stephen Hull - Goodreads

More brilliant Wodehouse. He throws away lines that others would slave over. Latest favourite: "I buttered a nonchalant piece of toast." OK, you have to read it in context... Read full review

Review: The Jeeves Omnibus Vol. 5 (Jeeves omnibus 5; books 1 & 6)

User Review  - Troy Black - Goodreads

These are the later collections of Wodehouse's Jeeves and Wooster stories, and though they are certainly more sporadic and a little bit more random in storyline, I received the same level of enjoyment from reading them. There is simply no way that these stories don't leave you 100% satisfied. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER PACE I JEEVES TAKES CHARGE
13
JEEVES IN THE SPRINGTIME
43
SCORING OFF JEEVES
64

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