The first review on its Amazon page of The Logic of Language: A Semiotic Study of Speech has just appeared. Here it is:
“Authoritative explication of the relation between Peircian semiotics and Jakobsonian  linguistics as the human lived experience of communication. Clarifies Peircean notion of “diagrammatic” logic (Husserl’s Fundierung). Must buy book for anyone interested in contemporary semiotics and linguistics applied to communicology. Most important book since the classic Hubert Alexander book— Language and Logic of Philosophy.” – Richard L. Lanigan, Laureate Fellow, International Communicology Institute, Washington, DC, USA