[LMB] typo hunt, Kindle iPad Nook only
huntkc at gmail.com
Sat Sep 5 02:12:05 BST 2015
I've got one so far (assuming the Kindle version is the one you want), also
on first/second page:
page 1 secondmost -> second most:
Lubachik was the secondmost painfully earnest man...
I'm quite a bit further into the tale with no other clear instances of
On Fri, Sep 4, 2015 at 8:51 PM, Lois McMaster Bujold <lbujold at myinfmail.com>
> [LMB] typo hunt, Kindle iPad Nook only
> Karen Hunt huntkc at gmail.com
> Fri Sep 4 23:11:57 BST 2015
> Karen Hunt: Not sure if this is a typo or not....
> The Imperial Military Academy, named in full only in chapter 1, paragraph 2
> (all other references are just Academy or Imperial Academy), is elsewhere
> called the Imperial Service Academy.
> More particularly: The Warrior's Apprentice, The Mountains of Mourning,
> Brothers in Arms, Mirror Dance, and Memory call it the Service Academy;
> Barrayar, The Vor Game, and Komarr call it the Imperial Military Academy.
> LMB: Huh.
> I think I I'll declare one of them casual usage, and not say which.
> (Though it might have been both/each, historically, changing from Military
> to Service Academy during some periodic administrative reform.)
> I haven't found many actual typos in _The Vor Game_ so far -- And for Ahn
> or something like that at one point -- regularizing some spelling to
> American standard rather than American and British randomly mixed, refining
> hyphens, and other fine-grained micro-improvements. Nothing most people
> would even notice on a reread, but I do.
> I see I describe Gregor as "of middle height" here. I'm sure he was tall,
> later... late growth spurt? Miles being unreliable? One could get a great
> conspiracy theory out of this inconsistency. His eyes also went back and
> forth from hazel to dark at various times. (Low lighting, yeah, that's
> it.) Shall try to settle on hazel.
> Last time I do this, I swear.
> Ta, L.
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