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By P. G. Wodehouse

ISBN-10: 1409063895

ISBN-13: 9781409063896

A vintage Jeeves and Wooster novel from P.G. Wodehouse, the nice comedian author of the twentieth century

Bertie assumes his alter-ego of Cupid and arranges the engagement of Gussie Fink-Nottle to Tuppy Glossop. fortunately, Jeeves is ever current to right the blundering plans hatched by means of his grasp.

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He picked me up easily. His arms were strong, hard, cold … yet I felt safe. I swooned backwards a little and pursed my lips, but he merely barreled through the gaggle of concerned boys crowding around to check I was unharmed and carried me to his car. He set me down gently, and reached over for the seatbelt. ’ ‘Heffa, you can’t walk down the street without almost getting crushed to death by a massive rubber cock. ’ The contempt in his tone was too much to bear. I was the main character in this book; surely that was his cue to find me as fascinating as everyone else did.

I was destined for higher things – maybe even the Pulitzer one day. It was a good job I was so humble about it! I bore my solitude nobly, though I did wonder if I would ever find someone who could see beyond my unexciting exterior to the brilliance within. ’ Chump stood in the doorway, holding out the phone. I took the communication device – Stephfordy’s writing book says you shouldn’t repeat words even when using a different one is really stilted – and cheerily snapped, ‘What do you want now? ’ ‘I just wanted to see how your flight was.

Wanda was talking with a couple of other girls, and the boys next to them were deep in a discussion; they seemed to be talking about where to obtain a cat. I put my tray on the table, pulled out an empty seat and sat down. After a few seconds, I stood and picked up my tray, then smashed it back down on the table as hard as I could. The others turned to look at me. Oh dear, here come the questions, I thought, and sat down again, resigned to the fact that for some reason I was fated to be the center of attention.

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