I do hope you enjoy this review of Money in the Bank (1942).
You might read this book under the 2016 Reading Challenge category of ‘a book guaranteed to bring you joy’.
2016 MINI READING CHALLENGE
There are many different reading challenges you can try, the idea being to read a book in each category listed. Popular examples include:
- POPSUGAR 2016 Ultimate Reading Challenge
- Around the Year in 52 Books (Goodreads)
- Modern Mrs Darcy’s 2016 Reading Challenge
My mini Wodehouse challenge is to fit a book by P.G. Wodehouse into one of these challenge categories. There is even a modest prize up for grabs, if you care to post a comment to the original challenge page below, telling us which book you read and the reading challenge category.
You don’t have to be actively participating in any other challenge to enter. For details and to enter, visit: The 2016 Mini Reading Challenge: include a book by P.G. Wodehouse .
Oh Wodehouse, how I love thee!
Even when I think I’m not in the mood for a Wodehouse, it turns out that I’m in the mood for a Wodehouse. Money in the Bank was next in the TBR stack, so even though I wasn’t 100% feeling it, I decided to pick it up anyway, and I was hooked by the bottom of page one, when I read –
You would have said [Mr. Shoesmith] was not in sympathy with Jeff, and you would have been right. Jeff had his little circle of admirers, but Mr. Shoesmith was not a member of it. About the nastiest jolt of the well-known solicitor’s experience had been the one he had received on the occasion, some weeks previously, when his only daughter had brought this young man home and laid him on the mat, announcing in her authoritative way that they…
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3 thoughts on “2016 Reading Challenge: Money in the Bank (a book guaranteed to bring you joy)”
“or something civil of that sort” – ha! Something calculated to bring joy on every page, if I mistake not.
I haven’t read Money in the Bank for a while, but I think I’ll read it again.