Jeeves Omnibus

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Jenkins, 1931 - 847 pages
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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

Review: The Jeeves Omnibus Vol. 4 (Jeeves omnibus 4; books 11-13)

User Review  - Alastair Hudson - Goodreads

This collection of stories hangs together quite well. They were written (almost) consecutively, all have Aunt Agatha in and all have Wooster getting into trouble whilst staying in country homes. The ... Read full review

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Contents

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

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