More grammar than grammar (although the author points out that both words have the same etymology!), The Glamour of Grammar is organized in short chapters, each focused on a specific topic, some hilarious (“Adopt a letter of the alphabet”, others sedate and perhaps boring (“Avoid case mistakes.”) Reading it in one go can get boring, and I found the short summaries at the end of each chapter unnecessary and schoolmarmish — but I enjoyed the wildly varied and often humorous quotes, as well as the funny chapter comparing Tweeter to telegrams.
And you’re not dreaming: I will now assign stars to the books I review, by popular demand. 1 is terrible and 4 wonderful. Feedback welcome!