SeinLanguage by Jerry Seinfeld is a book full of his humorous slant on the world around him. He sees the comedy of everyday life and shows his wit and ability to tell a joke. This is a collection of his musings on everything; jobs, friendship, personal hygiene, relationships, traveling, Superman, entertainers, and more.
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His work is not to be confused with Dave Barry, Tony Kornheiser, Bill Geist, Bill Bryson or other journalists who write for a living. The style is similar to the odd and scattered writings of Woody Allen, Bill Cosby or Steve Martin.
The review of this Book prepared by David Fletcher