I think Oxford printing standards are not up to the mark. Just as some others said, the cutting and alignment of content in pages isn't right in every page. The copy I got has 15 continuous pages bonded upside down, which is a terrible job by the printing/publishing team. I haven't read the book, so nothing to say about the content right now. The book comes with a hologram sticker of Oxford, so it's probably not a fake copy rather a bad print.