I read this last year and as someone who loves words - and punctuation; it was both amusing and informative, in fact I'm making several purposeful mistakes here as I tell you all about how interesting this book was... Yes I really enjoyed this book: and it's insight into the proper use of punctuation! I learnt many things as you can no doubt see from here.
To be serious I must say that this book was enjoyable first and foremost. Secondly this humorous little volume explored a little of the history of the English language. Which is of course something I look forward to exploring at university this year.
While my grammar and punctuation is hardly perfect it tends to on the whole be sound. However I still aim to work on getting all the kinks out so that any 'mistakes' are simply induced from my unique way of phrasing, well, phrases. I wish others around me took the same care because I constantly see mistaken uses of homophones and contractions such as there's theirs; there and they're; and its and it's. In fact I tend on the whole to often humorously correct such misspellings and incorrect uses of language procedures. For instance earlier I commented on how I hate how fair evaders always avoid carnivals and good looking people. And that is why I enjoyed this book. The positive of misspelling will always be the humour I can find in it at least.
If you're like me when it comes to words and grammar odds are you'll like this book. Evens are you might like it all the same.