I was thinking tonight that there has been an abysmal lack of reading in my life lately. Really, there has been a noticeable lack of anything besides school and work, but reading in particular has suffered. I haven't loved any of the library audiobooks I've downloaded recently (Another Timothy Hallinan book that so far I don't like as much as Crashed, the second Inkheart book, etc.) but I have listened, several times, to the BRILLIANT, MIND-BLOWING recordings of P.G. Wodehouse stories by Martin Jarvis.
I would give Martin Jarvis every award possible for these recordings. The man is a genius. He is - dare I say it? - just as good as Fry and Laurie.
If you can spare the cash for a Very Good Jeeves volume or two, I promise you won't regret it.
Dear Martin Jarvis,
Please read all the P.G. Wodehouse books. We go around the house breathily chanting, "Darling!" in the manner of Mrs. Bingo Little. No other audiobooks have ever made me laugh aloud.
I love you.
Thanks a million times,