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Old 11-09-2012, 01:22 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Big McLargeHuge View Post
I noticed that all the Tolkien books were moved to a different publisher and re-released on the Kindle store. I have heard that the old version of these books was riddled with errors, so my question is, how does this new version do? Is it still full of errors? Thanks for any help .
I received an e-mail from Amazon a year or so ago saying that they would like to replace the Kindle copy I purchased, with the 50th anniversary edition of LOTR (single volume edition) that has several errors corrected. After replying to the e-mail, they sent the new file to my Kindle.

I checked my copy with the listing in the OP of post #2 in this thread and the listed errors have been corrected.

The edition I have is from Harper Collins eBooks.
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