BookReview: Eats, Shoots & Leaves
by Lynne Truss, Gotham Brooks, 2003, 1-592-40087-6
A hilariously funny book about punctuation. Truss is a great writer with a penchant for details. She makes an normally boring topic into a very interesting and even exciting read.
Via Rob 2003
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