Piccadilly Jim (version 2)


Read by Mark Nelson

(4.8 stars; 113 reviews)

Jimmy "Piccadilly Jim" Crocker returns to New York to repair his reputation and pursue his love-interest, Ann Chester. All he has to do is navigate imposters, explosives, spies, a rotten kid and his step-aunt Nesta while he pretends to be someone else pretending to be himself. What could possibly go wrong? - Summary by Mark Nelson (8 hr 37 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 56:22 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 2 28:00 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 3 25:18 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 4 7:41 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 5 18:14 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 6 33:05 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 7 20:30 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 8 35:00 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 9 23:12 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 10 8:17 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 11 19:00 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 12 17:17 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 13 16:26 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 14 10:36 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 15 16:18 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 16 13:28 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 17 36:18 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 18 38:41 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 19 15:51 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 20 5:20 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 21 13:01 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 22 11:37 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 23 22:35 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 24 9:30 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 25 7:18 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 26 8:26 Read by Mark Nelson

Reviews


(4.5 stars)

love this combination of Whoodhouse and Mark Nelson. Delightful listening. i will recomend anything that Mark Nelson reads.

thank you both for a brilliant book and reading. A must hear


(5 stars)

Mark Nelson is brilliant!


(5 stars)

Finally! Love this Wodehouse entry!


(5 stars)

A fresh breath of P.G.W.; one can take just so much Wooster. Yes, there're similarities. However, the mix of Americans (pretentious, yet not able to pull off the class institution of the British) give it the spice that made the story a delightful period fiction. The reader was well matched to the material. His characterization were spot on.


(5 stars)

Mark Nelson is a delight to listen to. This light-hearted comedy involves characters from other Wodehouse novels, and thus expands this literary universe nicely. A good read for passing the time, although not as deep as Our Mutual Child, for example.

Mark is Great


(5 stars)

Mark Nelson is such a great reader that any book he reads would be entertaining but a really good story like this is even better. Is he an actor?

hilarious and we'll read


(5 stars)

Once again, perfectly narrated. Another hysterical story of out of the pot and into the frying pan. I enjoyed it thoroughly, thanks for narrating!

terrific


(5 stars)

I like everything by this author, but this is my new favorite by a mile. What a great story, and lots of fun.