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Lewis Black meets Miss Manners. Had me laughing very hard at many points. Well worth reading, and actually true to life.Published 1 month ago by R. Weiss
I found this book nearly unreadable -- although I did make it through to the end.
The prose is often convoluted and the author's tone waspish and snide. Read more
I found this book more amusing than useful. I had really hoped to discover some new strategies for dealing with rudeness ...without escalating the situation.Published 3 months ago by Tale Bearer
not miss Manners
She had a kind sense of humor , and thoughtfulness I liked
I had great hopes for this book, but it is a colossal disappointment. Alford kind of rambles from one anecdote to another, and the chapters (such as they appear to be chapters)... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Abigail
SO far this book seems likely to deliver. I like the writers wit and style and I purchased it exactly and only because of what other reviewers commented and I am satisfied.Published 6 months ago by K.Grace Brady
I read a lot of books on etiquette and public behavior, both historical works and present-day guides. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael K. Smith
This is a funny book about manners, or the lack of manners.
Not like any other book on manners I ever read though. Read more