I just finished reading AoK and loved it. There is a technical difficulty though. I know I'm probably being too analytical or lame or something, but on the front cover of the dust cover on my version there is a footnote 1 by John Green. This footnote leads right below his name saying "Author of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Fault in Our Stars. I appreciate that they were making a book reference, but the first footnote in the actual book says "Greek: "I have found it." (the footnote was referring to the word "eureka") What's more, by the about the author section on the dust cover there is another footnote 1 by John Green, and this one leads to "Before John got married, he was dumped fifty-three times, but never by a Katherine. He now lives with his wife and son in Indianapolis." There are three footnotes 1 in the book. The one in the about the author section should be an 88 if the one on the front cover isn't changed. I know that these probably won't be changed, but anyway, I will continue. The footnote 1 on the front of the dust cover must turn into a zero. They cannot change all of the footnotes in this book to be one more, making the first actual footnote 2 because of other dust covers. Therefore on the front cover it would be a zero, or better yet an asterisk, although this takes away from the whole footnote reference.
If you feel that you have wasted your time by reading this post, I'm sorry. I did include the word "pointless" in the title of this discussion though.
We must bring back the interrobang. What's an interrobang‽
What do you mean "what's an interrobang?"
‽ < that's an interrobang. a grammatically correct alternative to "?!" or "!?"