I recently read Adrian Bell's excellent book "Corduroy", and was pleased to find that the two other books in the trilogy were available as Kindle books. I bought them both and have now read most of Silver Ley, but I am struggling. The book is just so full of misprints it is almost impossible to read. There must be over a hundred, including the unfortunate replacement of "excitement at the lowering of the lights" with "excitement at the lowering of the tights"! I have been in touch with Amazon and they have offered me a refund, which I am tempted to accept, but I would like to know if other Kindle books suffer from the same problems. What I really want is a replacement minus the mistakes - this is a hard book to get hold of in proper book form. Surely no book has ever left the printers with so many misprints, particularly not one published by Faber.