Right Ho, JeevesSat 15 August 2020 by Thejaswi Puthraya
Any regular reader of the Jeeves series will tell you that there can only be one ending yet they love to read it. It's probably because of Wodehouse's writing style. It effortlessly transports you to aristocratic England where masters loved to frequent the club and hang out with buddies and their valets looked after their domestic needs. "Right Ho, Jeeves" doesn't disappoint on that count and Jeeves, Bertram Wooster's valet, saves the day for his master and his family.