Reviews by Alan Unell

Right Ho, Jeeves

by P. G. Wodehouse

One of the funniest books I've ever read. Wodehouse employs his vivid imagination with his brilliant dialog to lampoon the British upper crust.

Here, Bertie Wooster, the wealthy idler, tries his hand at helping his friends solve their relationship problems while Jeeves, his butler with extraordinary intelligence and insight, provides commentary.

This is a laugh-out-loud book. Enjoy

Reviewed on 2007.02.21

The Quest of the Sacred Slipper

by Sax Rohmer

Not up to the usual Rohmer quality. Starts as a very exciting novel with a mysterious muslim organization in pursuit but ends in a most contrived way. Ending is disappointing.

Reviewed on 2007.01.20

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