Some Science Non-Fiction. Finished Richard Preston's The Hot Zone last night. It details the emergence of filovirus and covers a major outbreak of Ebola in the US.
Currently reading Sea of Ghosts by Alan Campbell, which I picked up for free at World Fantasy Con. Quite a good read so far, but a slap on the wrist to Tor for the numerous typos.
How would I tell? It's got quotes from reviews from The Times , so probably not.
They often have reviews quoted - they're produced to drum up interest in book stores amongst others.
On the cover, either front or back, they usually say they're uncorrected proof and not for sale.
The amount of typos always cheers me up about my drafts.
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