19 January 2006

Quick Service by P G Wodehouse

As expected, a fun read with silly things going on at a country house. Different in style to the Jeeves & Wooster stories, which is a nice change. Hard to describe how the style is different exactly - maybe just that many of the characters are Americans?
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Make Tea Not War said...

It's slightly more serious & the characters, while still caricatures are less over the top. I wouldn't be suprised if it was one of his earlier works. Some of his earlier novels, before he really found his voice aren't actually funny at all- this one seems like a transition book from those to the Jeeves and Wooster/Blandings phase