Since the last typo check-in, I've found two cases of missing punctuation, both in dialogue, and now someone just got his hair "tussled" instead of "tousled" . . . unless his hair actually put up a fight, in which case "tussled" might fit, I suppose. . .
Call me fussy, but I expect better of traditional publishers, especially one of the Big 5. I expect to see this many typos in a book, but not before page 60. What happened? Did all the editors switch to decaf the day of the final proofread? *scratches head*