Review posted February 8, 2009.
Recorded Books, 1997. Originally written in 1935. 7 compact discs. 7.5 hours.
I still believe that the very best books for a tremendously long drive are the Jeeves and Wooster books by P. G. Wodehouse. They are always tremendously funny and tell about how the young gentleman Bertie Wooster gets himself and his friends into trouble by trying to help out. Then his gentleman's personal gentleman, Jeeves, puts his brilliant brain to the task, and all is resolved.
I love reading the books, but it's even more fun to hear them read in a proper British voice. And what could be better for keeping you awake on a long drive than laughing?