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Good book on the need for commas/punctuation, and some humor thrown in :)Published 14 days ago by mursea
FUN book!!! If you are in love with the English language, and bemoan the way it's being misused today, this book is for you. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
Nice, kind of, style-guide-y book written in a sarcastic, accessible way. It takes the reader through the many punctation and grammar rules, but does it in a way that's easy and... Read morePublished 19 days ago
The less than stellar review is because some books don't work as ebooks.Published 20 days ago by Michael Anderson
Not very helpful because it lacked examples and read more like an overview with too much commentary. I recommend the Everyday Writer by Lunsford (Bedford St. Martins).Published 1 month ago by Timcp
Found this book boring after the first chapter. I already know how poorly taught punctuation is, and what correct punctuation is. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ruth A Lincoln