Originally Posted by DavidKitson
I thought that Grace's review was fair and understand that in her opinion the errors did make a difference to her enjoyment. It's a fault I acknowledge and apologize for. She also said some very nice things about the story too. Overall, despite the rating being lower due to the mistakes, she still recommended the book and seemed to enjoy it.
This is the reason she is so popular and influential reviewer. Unlike some other reviewers she points out the good AND the bad. So people that select the book according to her review can know exactly what they are getting.
Have you ever considered crowd-sourcing the location of typos / errors? A really good editor is irreplaceable, but still ...