"Whimsy & Soda" by Matthew David Brozik was as entertaining as it was short - I found it a delightful, funny little story all lovers of P. G. Wodehouse's "Jeeves"-books will enjoy.
The characters are Bertie Wooster and Jeeves, the pair so well known from many novels. The novelette covers one day in their life, beginning with a morning after a particularly... erm, lively night at the club, when Bertie wakes and finds himself changed beyond recognition.
The ensuing dialogues between the two men, how Jeeves goes about reversing the change in his employer, and Bertie's thoughts - it all makes for fun reading and made me wish for this hommage to Wodehouse to last longer.
Needless to say this was a free ebook from Amazon's kindle store. If you can find it and happen to be a Wodehouse fan (I devoured stacks of his novels in my late teens/early twenties), read it; you won't be disappointed!
The author's website is here. Take some time to browse the site's contents; M. D. Brozik offers a surprising range of subjects well worth exploring. Someone who describes himself as "wordsmithy, fictioneer and lone punman" certainly deserves to be read!
PS: After I had published my last review, I decided to get in touch with the author, as I have done a few times in the past. And I was not disappointed - Arthur Slade replied to my email and posted a comment on my review!