Psmith, Journalist


Read by Psuke Bariah

(4.6 stars; 98 reviews)

Psmith takes over editing a paper while the usual editor is away on vacation. He takes on a local slum lord, and divers alarums ensue. (description by Psuke Bariah)

(5 hr 38 min)

Chapters

01 Cosy Moments 10:20 Read by Psuke Bariah
02 Billy Windsor 7:04 Read by Psuke Bariah
03 At "The Gardenia" 10:55 Read by Psuke Bariah
04 Bat Jarvis 11:11 Read by Psuke Bariah
05 Planning Improvements 9:27 Read by Psuke Bariah
06 The Tenements 8:00 Read by Psuke Bariah
07 Visitors at the Office 5:23 Read by Psuke Bariah
08 The Honeyed Word 11:30 Read by Psuke Bariah
09 Full Steam Ahead 8:11 Read by Psuke Bariah
10 Going Some 18:02 Read by Psuke Bariah
11 The Man at the Astor 12:04 Read by Psuke Bariah
12 A Red Taximeter 6:37 Read by Psuke Bariah
13 Reviewing the Situation 10:14 Read by Psuke Bariah
14 The Highfield 14:36 Read by Psuke Bariah
15 An Addition to the Staff 8:31 Read by Psuke Bariah
16 The First Battle 17:04 Read by Psuke Bariah
17 Guerilla Warfare 10:48 Read by Psuke Bariah
18 An Episode by the way 9:30 Read by Psuke Bariah
19 In Pleasant Street 8:57 Read by Psuke Bariah
20 Cornered 16:55 Read by Psuke Bariah
21 The Battle of Pleasant Street 13:46 Read by Psuke Bariah
22 Concerning Mr. Waring 9:22 Read by Psuke Bariah
23 Reductions in the Staff 13:42 Read by Psuke Bariah
24 A Gathering of Cat-Specialists 15:22 Read by Psuke Bariah
25 Trapped 16:57 Read by Psuke Bariah
26 A Friend in Need 10:05 Read by Psuke Bariah
27 Psmith Concludes His Ride 9:34 Read by Psuke Bariah
28 Standing Room Only 15:12 Read by Psuke Bariah
29 The Knock-Out for Mr. Waring and Conclusion 19:12 Read by Psuke Bariah

Reviews

Saaaay, pretty funny

(4 stars)

This was a humorous and lighthearted look at the seedy side of New York. Psuke does a wonderful job with the various New York accents. The Brits are read with a straight American accent, which is fine for this story.

excellent reader and story

(5 stars)

pretty much the same as The Prince and Betty. a few Characters are different and some scenes have been changed but it is essentially the same story

(5 stars)

Outstandimg reader of many voices! Smooth throughout, making this book one to savor and enjoy. I will return to it in the years to come and renew myself with many smiles

A good job

(4 stars)

Consistently well read. Made me laugh. Any attempt to do an English accent would have been a mistake. Hope the P in Psuke is silent...

Perfect as usual.

(5 stars)

P. Smith slumming and finaggling NYC men in blue and biz owners. What a hoot. Timely story .... or is it timeless? Great reader!

(5 stars)

Wodehouse is always a breath of fresh air in the monotony of the literary world. He comes up with such out of the world plots.

"surest ting you know!"

(5 stars)

this was hands down my favorite Wodehouse book so far! I loved it and the reader did a superb job!

(4.5 stars)

A fun story and narrated acceptably. I think the narrator had the right sense of tone but difficulty with the street slang .