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The Swoop!

The Swoop! by P. G. Wodehouse
By: (1881-1975)

The Swoop! by P. G. Wodehouse is a hilarious and entertaining satire on the British society and politics. The story is set in a fictional country called Blandings, where a group of revolutionaries, led by the ruthless Count Otto von Bismarck, plans to overthrow the government.

The book follows the comical misadventures of the hapless Prime Minister, the clueless police force, and a group of eccentric characters who get caught up in the chaos. Wodehouse's witty and clever writing style shines through, creating laugh-out-loud moments and absurd situations that keep the reader engaged from start to finish.

The characters are well-developed and memorable, each adding their own unique flavor to the story. From the bumbling police chief to the arrogant Count von Bismarck, Wodehouse expertly crafts a cast of characters that are both hilarious and endearing.

Overall, The Swoop! is a delightfully funny and clever satire that pokes fun at the foibles of human nature and the absurdities of political power. Wodehouse's sharp wit and infectious humor make this a must-read for fans of satire and comedy. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a lighthearted and entertaining read.

Book Description:

The Swoop! tells of the simultaneous invasion of England by several armies — “England was not merely beneath the heel of the invader. It was beneath the heels of nine invaders. There was barely standing-room.” (ch. 1) — and features references to many well-known figures of the day, among them the politician Herbert Gladstone, novelist Edgar Wallace, actor-managers Seymour Hicks and George Edwardes, and boxer Bob Fitzsimmons.

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