Full Moon (Everyman's Library P G WODEHOUSE) Hardcover – 2 Mar 2006
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"Wodehouse's idyllic world can never stale. He will continue to release future generations from captivity that may be more irksome than our own. He has made a world for us to live in and delight in." (Evelyn Waugh)
"Nothing will ever dim the brilliance of Wodehouse's world or flatten his ever-sprightly and always entertaining prose" (John Mortimer The Sunday Times)
"Pure word music" (Douglas Adams)
"The Everyman edition promises to be a splendid celebration of the divine Plum" (The Independent)
"The handsome bindings are only the cherry on top of what is already a cake without compare" (Evening Standard)
Had his only contribution to literature been Lord Emsworth and Blandings Castle, his place in history would have been assured. Had he written of none but Mike and Psmith, he would be cherished today as the best and brightest of our comic authors. If Jeeves and Wooster had been his solitary theme, still he would be hailed as The Master. If he had given us only Ukridge, or nothing but recollections of the Mulliner family, or a pure diet of golfing stories, Wodehouse would nonetheless be considered immortal. That he gave us all those and more - so much more - is our good fortune and a testament to the most industrious, prolific and beneficent author ever to have sat down, scratched his head and banged out a sentence.' Stephen FrySee all Product description
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on 18 February 2013
Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
bought this as I am enjoying the `BBC series - and this is just as good - only downer is that Emsworth doesn't actually look like Tim Spall - so a bit of a doubling in the old conker what - but the gov'ner is just as bluffish and the rest are just as dotty too.
on 27 May 2015
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
As always, beautifully written and able to make me laugh out loud.
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Typical Wodehouse. Full of daft characters and brilliant, witty language.
I'm more of a Jeeves and Wooster chappy, don't you know, but if Blandings Castle offers this sort of a rest cure, I'm for more such relaxation.Read more
I love the Blandings Stories. In this recording Martin Jarvis does an excellent job portraying the different characters through his voice.Read more
Very funny from the baggy trouser gardener to the world of a Hollywood movie studio.
I'm working my way around to getting every Wodehouse in the series, replacing tatty old paperbacks with hardbacks (and filling in the blanks in my collection).Read more