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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.
Yes, I love this! Who would have thought that a book about punctuation could make you laugh ? I've even re-read it multiple times...Published 19 days ago by Brooklyn-Born
Overly pedantic, and repetitive. Great for reading in bed if you need something to put you to sleep.Published 23 days ago by sam schulman
I had to read this book for An assignment for school, and it was very ... tiring. I don't understand the purpose of the book. How is this book going to (seriously) help me! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Victoria
I squealed in the used bookstore when I found my copy of this classic.
Lynne Truss is not only an editor after my own heart, she's hilarious. Read more
It's a book about punctuation, yes, but it's not nearly as dull as it sounds. Ms. Truss speaks of having feelings of dismay, horror, and violence in response to seeing... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Swank Ivy
Love how Lynne Truss presenting the grammar thing. Genius!
I find the authors writing style to be very annoying. I'm British and understand what she is talking about, but I feel she spends more time complaining than educating.Published 1 month ago by Paul Charlesworth