I’ve never seen such a glaring error, although there have been many times when I’ve come across small typos in books. I’ve not kept a record of them so I can’t quote any here. Generally I find them irritating if it means I have to re-read a sentence to make sense of it, otherwise I might not even notice. Some are just amusing and don’t bother me, although I do wonder why a spell check hasn’t picked them up.
I do get upset about punctuation, when it’s is used instead of its for example and read Eats, Shoot and Leaves by Lynne Truss with great pleasure. I used to write reports on rights of way and always had to double check that the l was always there in the word public – so embarrassing if it got missed out.