Ebook or paper book?

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Re: Ebook or paper book?

Post by Barbiedole » 28 Nov 2017, 18:49

Paperback please. But since we're dealing with ebooks here, do I really have a choice?

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Post by Exavia » 30 Nov 2017, 15:13

While I prefer being able to read a physical copy of a book, I think I like the fact that i can read ebooks in the dark/at any possible moment. (I use my phone so as long as it's not dead, I'm good!

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Post by Dolor » 30 Nov 2017, 15:15

waniyaahmed wrote:
23 Feb 2013, 11:10
I know there is this hype around ebooks and readers, but honestly speaking I just don't get it! curling up with a good book, especially after a long day is my favourite thing and you just don't get the same feel with the readers. And who doesn't love a full book shlef anyway? What are your thoughts ebook or the real thing?
If you have a smartphone, download free ereader Prestigio app on Google Play Store and tell me your experience. It works great on smartphone. It's what I'm using because it's free. 😄

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Post by Goaldiggergirl » 03 Dec 2017, 06:54

Both. Because i love the smell of the books and also i'm collecting different kind of books especiall if it's a selfpub. And i'm reading also in E-book there are many good stories in Ebook too.

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Post by renatta12 » 04 Dec 2017, 09:08

I like both but when I really fall inlove with a book i buy the had copy.

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Post by Insightsintobooks729 » 04 Dec 2017, 11:29

I love, love, love, paper books. That being said I mainly get ebooks because I've lost my paper books to many times due to unforseen circumstances and so I'm scared of losing them again.

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Post by TiffM » 07 Dec 2017, 02:11

I like both paper and e-books. E-books are great for reading in the dark and on the go. Paper books are good for when you want to sit and relax.

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Post by Victoria8191 » 08 Dec 2017, 23:48

I understand the appeal of ereaders or kobos, especially if you’re travelling and you don’t want to carry multiple books with you. But there’s nothing like the feeling of picking up a real book and feeling the pages beneath your fingers; constantly turning pages in anticipation and dreading when you turn the inevitable last page, but then feeling instant joy knowing you can pick up another real book.

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