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Full Moon

Written by: P. G. Wodehouse
Narrated by: Jeremy Sinden
Length: 7 hrs and 4 mins

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The moon beamed down genially on the turrets and battlements of Blandings Castle. Sleep, however, eluded Clarence, ninth Earl of Emsworth. To be compelled to play host to his younger son, Freddie, was enough; add his sister Veronica and a chap called Tipton Plimsoll and you have a situation at which the doughtiest earl might quail...
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  • julia
  • 17-05-15

Another great story

Another Blandings novel written in superb style. Very clever plots Interweaved as only Wodehouse can.

Narration very clear and engaging

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  • Kim
  • 17-08-14

Easy and entertaining.

Would you consider the audio edition of Full Moon to be better than the print version?

No, P G Wodehouse's genius can be appreciated more fully in print. However this audio edition is a very easy and entertaining listen.

Who was your favorite character and why?

If you read or listen to P G Wodehouse's stories of Blandings Castle all the characters connected to it become like old friends.

Any additional comments?

I highly recommend this audio book. It is typical Wodehouse, the story is light and humorous and Jeremy Sinden's narration is very good.

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  • Lillian
  • 19-12-12

A triumph!

This book is truely P.G. Wodehouse at his best. An excellently observed study of characters and truly laugh out loud amusing. Jeremy Sinden's rich tones make it a joy to listen to. A must for any Wodehouse fan, and if you have not tried him before, I would recommend you try this - you are unlikely to regret it.

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  • Alex Morrison
  • 05-01-16

Vintage Wodehouse but not the best of his novels

Always excepting the fabulous Lord Emsworth and his prizewinning pig, the characters in this particular story are not the most engaging of PG Wodehouse's creations. The plot surrounding the broken romances and the diamond necklace are a bit familiar and formulaic and if you have read a lot of Wodehouse you will soon recognise where it is all going. The language is wonderful and Blandings Castle as sunny as ever but there are few characters as engaging as Bertie Wooster, Jeeves, Beach the butler or the clodhopping rural police of many of the other novels. I love PG Wodehouse but this is not his best - if you've read the others you will quite enjoy this one but if not then I recommend trying Thank You Jeeves or Crime Wave at Blandings first.