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Leave It to Psmith

By: P. G. Wodehouse
Narrated by: David Cunningham
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When Miss. Eve Halliday is caught in an unexpected rainstorm, Mr. Ronald Psmith comes to her rescue with an umbrella. This starts a chain of events that will take the reader on a chaotic journey of fun and adventure.

Mr. Psmith is a gallant gentleman who loves to do good deeds for others but especially for beautiful ladies such as Eve. When he snatches an umbrella from the Drone Club to help a lady in distress, he has no idea what he is getting himself into.

Miss Halliday’s new boss, Lord Emsworth mistakes Psmith for the poet, Ralston McTodd and Psmith doesn’t bother to correct him. This will give him the perfect opportunity to make his way into Blandings Castle to be closer to the object of his desire, Eve. Unfortunately, there is also a band of criminals masquerading as poets making their way to the castle with the intention of stealing a diamond necklace.

What starts out as harmless fun, soon turns into a downright dangerous situation.

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  • 07-01-20

hilarious!

the narrator was so good! couldn't stop listening!!! he did such a good job with the characters and the funny nuances

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Greatest Book Ever

The quintessential PG Wodehouse. Excellent link to the Psmith and Blandings Castle series'. It's he last of the latter and the second of the former. Good for fun from beginning to end.

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  • 07-03-21

Just the most appalling narration

Always a huge fan of PG Wodehouse, and very few can touch the genius of Richard Briers or Martin Jarvis in reading these quintessentially English stories. I didn’t even manage three minutes of this before the narration style of David Cunningham had my teeth set on edge! Don’t bother. Unless you enjoy PG Wodehouse read in the style of the lunchtime news headlines in a provincial radio station…..

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  • 02-14-21

NO!!! From me

The narration disjointed. Hard to follow.
I guess once you heard Stephen Fry narrate P.G Wodehouse, it’s hard to hear anyone else....

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