but the composition of the Kindle version is. It was not spell-checked before being assembled.
The "sample" has significant typos -- in some instances words so garbled one can't guess what they are, even though one shouldn't have to guess at all. (I have this volume in both hardcover and paper, have read it cover-to-cover, and found no typos in those.)
Disappointing, as I was going to buy this.
But, as Amazon is unresponsive on such issues, I'll have to spend _my_ irreplacable time bringing this directly to the attention of the publisher -- if, that is, the publisher provides the means for buyers to communicate with them.