Logic in Linguistics - Jens Allwood This gets two stars not because it's bad, but because it lacks certain things to make it truly good. I guess this is interesting for lots of people, but you'll surely benefit much more from this book than I did if you:

1) Are taking a class in formal linguistics.
2) Have studied philosophy/mathematics/logic.

The book really lacks examples. The authors don't really show the applicability of the concepts they introduce, and they introduce way too may of them. They seem much more concerned with logic than linguistics, and they could very well have added another 50 pages in order to make the material more accessible.

It has a vocabulary of logic terms that's really good though. For that alone the book is worth getting.