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The Gold Bat

P. G. Wodehouse

The gold bat is an adventurous novel written P.G Wodehouse. The book is a misadventure of two central struck characters who navigate the challenges doing their school life add cricket matches. The chaos erupts, when a coveted gold bat gets disappeared and took Mike and Psmith on a journey to find the reason behind its disappearance. During this journey, they find and tackle several unconventional teachers, unexpected allies and school libraries and keeping their reputation at top. The clever plot and classic honorific dialogues creates memorable characters at it priority making the novel popular among the readers. The thrill of competition present in the novel, the books helps readers to explore the themes of loyalty and sportsmanship. The book captures the essence of comedic genius and entertain readers and embarking on a journey boarding Scholl and cricket rivalry.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publish Date: Feb 1st, 2024
  • Pages: 132
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.31in - 0.39lb
  • EAN: 9789361429422
  • Categories: ClassicsSatireHumorous - General

About the Author

Wodehouse, P. G.: - English writer Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, or P.G. Wodehouse, was born on October 15, 1881, and died on February 14, 1975. He was well known for his clever and light-hearted writing, especially for the novels and short tales he wrote that starred Bertie Wooster and Jeeves and were set in the picturesque English countryside. Before turning to creating plays and books, Wodehouse started out as a humourist for different periodicals. He wrote a large amount of literature, which included several plays, essays, short tales, and more than 90 novels. His writing frequently captured the eccentricities and vices of the upper class in Britain, presenting them in a humorous and light-hearted way. Wodehouse's conduct during World War II caused criticism in his later years, notwithstanding his popularity. While residing in France in 1940, he was detained by the Germans and gave a number of radio transmissions from Berlin that were heavily criticised for showing support for the Nazis. Even though Wodehouse insisted that his acts were innocent rather than treasonous, the broadcasts caused a great deal of controversy and allegations of betrayal.