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This is an incredibly fun book with a very interesting premise.
Through Mark Dunn's expert mastery of the English language, he not only has created an entertaining novel, but one which is very humorous, spellbinding, and quirky.
I love and admire the roman alphabet and its use in the English language.
Good book but for avid readers because the vocabulary is crazy challenging. Dictionary required because the vocab Will affect your reading.Published 21 days ago by Benny C.
I loved this book. I had read a library copy but by the time I had finished, I decided that I had to have my own copy so that I could reread and reread it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A Scott
See previous comments on this book. A great read and a great gift for someone who loves the nuances of the English language.Published 9 months ago by carrie lee hershberger
As soon as I was done with this book, I brought it over to a neighbor and told her she had to read it. It was thought-provoking, charming, and very clever. I highly recommend it.Published 22 months ago by VT reader
Ella Minnow Pea lives on Nollop, an island off the coast of South Carolina. It was named after the esteemed Nevin Nollop, a man who had created a thirty-five letter sentence using... Read morePublished on July 24, 2010 by yearningtoread
This is a great book; written with a lot of wit. It is a fun read and if you have an interest in words you should enjoy this one. I could not put this book down until finished.Published on May 23, 2010 by Karen K. King
Are you fascinated by grammar, syntax, and word play? Do you long for days spent reading the most uninteresting letters ever written? Do you enjoy gimmicks? Read morePublished on February 18, 2009 by Scott
It's really stupid. The premise was so ridiculous, I figured it must have been, "clever" to get as high of a rating, and a prominently displayed review that said it was Orwellian,... Read morePublished on June 17, 2008 by Bill DiBurgh Rothschild
I agree that this book is enormously clever and entertaining and beyond the capabilities of most of us to think of and execute. Read morePublished on August 3, 2006 by So Many Books...