DanSco wrote:My book arrived last night.
I found a typo on page 23. The last sentence should start "Adjacent segments without...."
Good catch, as this is in a Willis quote which is probably the reason
we missed it.
Now the list of typos and other possible corrections:
1. On the bottom of page 20, there is this sentence: "By 1995 Willis had..." I believe that should be "By 1955 Willis had..."
I can't tell you how much we appreciate this review! One of the doctor reviewers caught this one, however, it was still present in what was to be the finally final version.
2. In the middle of page 28 there is this sentence: "Dr. Levy then found more than 650 studies form the scientific..." I think "form" should be "from."
This looks to be fixed.
3. On pp 36-37 there is a quote from Linus Pauling followed by "1986, 2006." Surely only the first date is correct and 2006 should be removed?
Think we are going to leave this alone
4. On page 92, about 2/3 of the way down, there is a sentence in which I think a well intended attempt at gender neutrality turned out badly: "The doctor would receive his or her annual payment when a family gives to him or her voucher." I know it's not politically correct these days to mention it but the rule in English is that the masculine form is used as the indefinite personal pronoun. So I think a lot of confusion could be avoided by rewriting the sentence as, "The doctor would receive his annual payment when a family gives him their voucher."
The "editor" had already caught and fixed this one.
Now is the time. If any other reader had spotted anything, even the smallest error. We thank you!