A Child of Elvish, I really needed a different sort of read. So I decided to tackle another P.G. Wodehouse book that my brother lent me (quite some time ago...). This time it was Carry On, Jeeves, a short story collection that details the adventures of Bertram Wooster and his valet, Jeeves, as they try to help Bertie's friends get out of all sorts of problems. The solutions are often provided by Jeeves, and usually end up working in a hilarious and round-about way.
I had a bit of a hard time getting into Carry On, Jeeves, in part because it was a short story collection; it felt like, at least for the first few stories, I was just starting to get into the story, then it was over. It also didn't help that I wasn't really familiar with the characters; I think this would be a better read once you've read some of the Jeeves novels. But once I got a few stories in, I loved the characters of Bertie and Jeeves (they make an excellent pair) and am quite looking forward to one day reading one of the novels. :)
I made the mistake of reading my brother's review of Carry On, Jeeves, before writing this; he pretty much says it all, so I recommend reading that if you want to know a little more!
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