Right Ho, Jeeves


Read by Mark Nelson

(4.6 stars; 519 reviews)


Bertram Wooster's manservant, Jeeves, is renown for his ability to apply his keen intellect to solve all problems domestic, and Bertie's friends and relatives flock to him for his counsel. But Wooster, jealous of Jeeves's fame, decides to step in and take over as the fixer of his pal's engagement, his aunt's gambling debts and old school-mate's desire to propose marriage. How far will Bertie sink them all in the soup? Will Jeeves come to the rescue? "Right Ho, Jeeves" features of course Bertie and Jeeves as well as Gussie Fink-Nottle, Tuppie Glossop, Aunt Dahlia and Anatole the high-strung French chef in this P.G. Wodehouse farce of England's upper crust. (Summary by Mark Nelson)

(7 hr 56 min)

Chapters

Chapter 01 24:58 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 02 16:06 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 03 7:23 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 04 12:20 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 05 11:11 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 06 18:59 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 07 17:33 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 08 15:53 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 09 36:51 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 10 18:52 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 11 29:09 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 12 14:53 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 13 18:03 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 14 13:57 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 15 22:27 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 16 28:31 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 17 40:09 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 18 14:57 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 19 13:44 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 20 24:06 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 21 22:24 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 22 32:51 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 23 22:00 Read by Mark Nelson

Reviews

Right Ho is Right On!

(5 stars)

Absolutely delightful book. Great, witty dialogue, fun plot line, and most of all, the unflappable Jeeves, solver of every problem. I listened to this book from Libre Vox, and the reader was fantastic. If you are a fan of Wooster and Jeeves,i highly recommend this book!

amazing book, amazing reading

(5 stars)

Mark Nelson has given the best reading I've had the pleasure to listen to on LibriVox. It doesn't hurt that the book in question is one of the funniest ever written. Wodehouse really brought all of his best elements together in this one. The final resolution had my crying with laughter. And Mark's character voices are so spot on and fitting. Most readers that try to voice the characters always fall flat to my ear and are grotesquely over done. Mark brings these books to life with a subtleness that doesn't interfere whatsoever with the story. I have already shared this exquisite reading with several friends. I only wish Mark would do the entire Bertie and Jeeves series of books. It might be heresy to some but I prefer Mark's take on the characters over Fry and Laurie's characterizations. I can't recommend this LibriVox reading enough. If you enjoy English humor you owe it to yourself to give this classic a listen.

Excellent book

(5 stars)

Another Jeeves adventure. Bertie tries to solve his relatives' many problems but just can't seem to keep himself from making them worse. Thank goodness he has Jeeves to pull his bacon out of the fire. Funny and enjoyable book, you will be adding this one to your favorites. Reader is also excellent.

This will do you a bit of good

(5 stars)

I have become a big fan, love the Wodehouse style of wit in phrasing. "The sun came up over the horizon with a jerk." Anyone who has "been out rather late" knows what he means. And Mark Nelson's readings have spoiled me for other narrators of Wodehouse. The Jeeves series are so fun, and "postively stiff with happy endings."

hillarious old bean, what?

(5 stars)

A classic srory that will have you laughing from the beginning of chapter 1, then hitting pause by 2/3 the way through because you're laughing so loudly, you're missing parts of the tale. Superbly read, a pleasure from start to finish. You owe it to yourself to drink this tale in old boy...toodle pip.

Right Ho, Jeeves

(5 stars)

Well read, which makes a huge difference in the telling of a thing! This witty little book is perfect for an escape. Set in the 20s it's a more humorous Downton Abby, in a sense!

Dashed good book! What!

(5 stars)

Very funny book, and well read. I dare say Fry & Laurie were pretty true to the stories. Wodehouse is equally, if not more entertaining than the tv show. Right Ho, Wodehouse!

wonderful classic fun

(5 stars)

if you have not heard of jeeves and wooster you have been missing out. to me this is the very pinnacle of quintessentially British humour. In short this book covers the adventures of the wealthy but foolish bertie wooster and his indispensable manservant Jeeves. a classic and one of many such adventures