The typos are much less an issue than some bigger things on the site (and they still haven't had that update they were planning weeks ago).
Their books journeys are completely hackable at the moment.
There was a ticket about it a month ago, and it was closed, but it is still not fixed.
Basically (they have had enough time to fix this after acknowledging the issue),
1. In the feed of latest catches or releases you can see the BFIDs as part of the URL like http://www.bornfreebooks.com/---/feeds.aspx
from there releases.
2. Click on a title of a book . the first on list right now goes to http://www.bornfreebooks.com/xxx-xxxxxxx.aspx. As a direct part of the URL we can see the BFID: xxx-xxxxxxx.
3. Now go to "catch" the book. You can specify wherever you found it, and make notes...
You could similarly continue to "catch" any or all books, and/or release them too.
They didn't think it was an issue as the members' honesty in the BFIDs could be trusted. (Then why bother with the xxx- part of the BFID?) Sort of matters as security shouldn't be taken lightly and that feature compromises how it all works.
I had a look at the site and I might give a try for a few sample books. If they'll ever ship those promo labels that have taken way over a month to arrive...