Floyd’s Rule Book of Bad Grammar by Jonathan Floyd (Book Review #709)


Floyd’s rule book of bad grammar is a self-help book written to test you on your literature and grammar. The book begins by talking about things like spelling, punctuation, and mispronunciations. It then covers a short guide to poor penmanship and even talks of Floyd’s first and second laws of redundancy.

I particularly enjoyed the sentence diagraming. The author had a beautiful way of wording the content he presented. The work was humorous but still felt educational and exciting at the same time. Any author, student of literature, or editor would find this book to be intriguing.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

There is also a cheat sheet. It’s a list similar to the ones students make in order to take shortcuts with the rules of grammar when studying.

The author takes good care, making sure all elements of fun is still kept while continuing to raise issues that are fundamental in literature.

As time has changed, we do see many alterations also made into how we express things in writing. I believe the author touches on these subjects and that makes this book a good reason to have and to hold.

Written by Jeyran Main

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