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This book is informative, entertaining and humorous.
Lynne Truss explains the functions and usage of common punctuation marks like the apostrophe, comma, semicolon, and colon very clearly.
Eats, Shoots and Leaves is a very witty book that explains the misuse of punctuation through Lynne Truss's great sense of humor.
I'm a stickler for grammar myself, so it seemed she was writing the book for me! Lots of great/awful examples- it should be required reading for anyone who writes, teaches... Read morePublished 8 days ago by R. Kennedy
If the cover doesn't grab you, the pages in between will. A great read and a wonderfully light treatment about a little-respected subject: grammar. Well done, Ms. Truss.Published 11 days ago by Book Gal
I'm an unofficial member of the "Grammar Police" so this book is excellent!!!!Published 18 days ago by Sally J. Garman
Well written book and although this could be a very serious subject, Lynne has written in a style that is both amusing as well as educational. Read morePublished 29 days ago by CKL
This is absolutely, hands down, one of the best books for anyone who writes, even if it's just a grocery list. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Linda Sharp
For everyone who cares about clarity of communication through written language. Informative and very humorous!Published 1 month ago by George M. Bernstein
Beautifully written, funny, educational. An excellent book for word-lovers and writers and readers.Published 1 month ago by Daniel Pellegrin