Continuing my immersion into humor this summer, I read P.G. Wodehouse’s “The Code of the Woosters.” It’s at least the third time I’ve read it since 2011 and most likely the fifth or sixth overall. It’s my favorite Jeeves and Wooster story.
What do The Wizard of Oz, A Christmas Carol, Ozma of Oz, portions of the Christian Gospels, and Hot Tub Time Machine have in common?
They are all here: Ralph (though here he is the unnamed narrator), his brother Randy, the Old Man, his mom, his friends Schwartz and Flick, and the arch enemies Skut Farkas and Grover Dill. . If you love “A Christmas Story” – and really, who doesn;t – you’ll enjoy this group of stories from the fictional Hohman, Indiana.
Continuing with my summer fun reading, I finished Right Ho, Jeeves, which I’ve read at least 6 times over the years. It’s hilarious
I wanted something light and funny so I reread “Thank You , Jeeves” by P.G. Wodehouse.