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Is grumpy in law the distinguished barrister Sir Raymand BastableUnfortunately things don’t end thereThe sprightly earl finds that his action has inspired a scandalous be After finishing the Jeeves and Wooster and Blandings Castle series I decided to continue my somewhat systematic approach to Wodehouse s works Next in line I decided would be the Uncle Fred novels two of which I had already read as part of Blandings Uncle Fred in the Springtime and Service with a Smile Next up was Cocktail Time which although it had its funny moments sprinkled with the classic Wodehouse wit wasn t uite up there with the brightest and shiniest of his tales

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Cocktail Time

Frederick Earl of Ickenham remains young at heart So it is for him the act of a moment to lean out of the Drones Club window with a catapult and ping the silk top hat off h Uncle Fred continues to spread sweetness and light but this for me it didn t measure up to the previous books It has all the trademark Wodehouse wit Uncle Fred meddles in everybody s business which this time includes finding a way to get his friend and future MP out of the trouble he created when he wrote a scandalous novel helping his godson and promoting a match between the butler of an acuaintance and the widowed lady of the house and continues to be a delight He just wasn t as prominently featured as in the previous books his hilarious nephew Pongo is sadly absent and I just didn t enjoy it as much as the other booksBut hey PG Wodehouse not at his best is still enjoyable and a good deal better than most

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Stseller and a film script but this is as nothing compared with the entangled fates of the couples that surround him and which only his fabled sweetness and light can unrav This was my first encounter with Uncle Fred I found it uite amusing but not a patch on Jeeves and Wooster


10 thoughts on “Cocktail Time

  1. says:

    Another PGW winnerPG Wodehouse is the funniest writer of the past century Wodehouse defies superlatives and is for my money the best comedic writer to ever put pen to paper Despite being a confirmed Wodehousian t

  2. says:

    It all started when Uncle Fred pegged Beefy Bastable with a Brazil nut Beefy a prominent barrister with political aspirations writes a scathing novel about the youth of today after Uncle Fred tells him he can't Onc

  3. says:

    Uncle Fred continues to spread sweetness and light but this for me it didn't measure up to the previous books It has all the trademark Wodehouse wit Uncle Fred meddles in everybody's business which this time includes finding a way to get his friend and future MP out of the trouble he created when he wrote a scandalous no

  4. says:

    Many people have recommended PG Wodehouse to me many times and now I have finally read one of his books I had no

  5. says:

    After finishing the Jeeves and Wooster and Blandings Castle series I decided to continue my somewhat systematic approach to Wodehouse's works Next in line I decided would be the Uncle Fred novels two of which I had already read as pa

  6. says:

    My first PG Wodehouse book The back of the book which calls it a hilarious jab at the publishing industry drew me in and while it wasn't as publishing centric as I'd hoped it lived up to the hilarious part I was charmed by the characters the humor and the twisting plot This book to uote the first page left me feeling as bumps a daisy as billy o I look forward to reading Wodehouse books

  7. says:

    This was my first encounter with Uncle Fred I found it uite amusing but not a patch on Jeeves and Wooster

  8. says:

    Uncle Freddy really is fantastic Spreading goodness and life wherever he goes

  9. says:

    45 for this audiobook edition narrated by Jonathan CecilThis 3rd book in the Uncle Fred series was hilarious His nephew Pongo Twisleton having been married in the previous book Lady Ickenham Uncle Fred's wife has no choice but to deposit him with his godson Johnny while she is elsewhere she doesn't trust him on his own fo

  10. says:

    What a delightful story