If there is a better way to spend the holidays than sitting by a fire reading a Jeeves & Wooster book, then I have not yet discovered it. These are classics for a reason -- this book was published over 80 years ago, and yet I was still laughing out loud on almost every page, causing many strange looks from my family that I was neglecting in favor of reading this hilarious, so-British-it-hurts delight of a novel. Feeling sad about winter? Read Wodehouse.
Any book that includes a banjolele deserves at least four stars.
Not for the overly sensitive, as it includes some dated language, but utterly hillarious. I read it on the bus and could not keep from laughing out loud.
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