Today Amazon wirelessly replaced the eBook version of Neal Stephenson‘s Reamde after readers found errors in the $16.99 eBook.
This may be a stupid question, but who screwed up here?
I presume that it was the publisher, Harper Collins. They set the price and I assume that they prepared the ebook. Given that the book is priced, I would argue overpriced, at $16.99 I would hope that the file is a decent quality. There is little enough excuse for a self-publisher to put out a badly formatted book. I can find none for a big publisher to do so. Is there something that I am missing here?