Maybe your standards for what qualifies as an "error" are low ?
Books have been riddled with errors but in the past couple years, formatting issues and errors levels have been decreasing and I daresay this year e-books are mostly fine. But a few years ago it was intolerably bad.
Originally Posted by pidgeon92
If errors were that widespread, I don't think you'd have nearly the number of people adopting ereading. I read more than 100 ebooks a year (this is my 5th year with an ereader), and I can count on one hand how many ebooks were riddled with errors. It might take two hands to count the ones with bad formatting issues.