Typos and The Host

Something is really bothering me today. I’m reading ‘The Host’ by Stephenie Meyer.

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See something so wrong with my copy?

Who is STAPHENIE MEYER? I don’t know her.

That basically means I have a pirated copy. It’s not my fault.

Last month, I had gone to a Flea Market sale where there was a bookcase. Also known as The Book Exchange. I had carried a bagful of books which I kept in the case and picked up loads of books against the ones I kept.

That’s how I got The Host.

With Stephenie spelled as Staphenie 😦

That is really bugging me.

But well, reading the book is what matters, right?

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. RavenclawSam
    Nov 16, 2014 @ 17:02:56

    That’s worse than spelling it Stephanie (at least that’s a legit spelling).
    I’m surprised you didn’t notice while buying (but yeah, happens XP)
    Tell me when you finish reading it. 😀

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