Inimitable Jeeves

Tue 20 March 2012 by Thejaswi Puthraya

This book is a tribute to Jeeves, Bertie Wooster's affable valet. Jeeves acts as a 'universal' saviour right from the first page. For a change, this time it's not Bertie who is in trouble but his best friend from school, Bingo. Jeeves sorts out the issues in Bingo's love life, recovers Bertie's aunt Agatha's jewels from seasoned thieves, saves a young lady from the torture of Bertie's cousins and more.

By the time you put down the book, you realize that Jeeves gets away with almost everything and you can't stop wondering if Jeeves is some superhero. 'Inimitable Jeeves' is a trademark PG Wodehouse book but just as the last book, Uncle Fred feels more caring and believable.