A "huge increase" in the value of digital book sales in the UK has been announced by trade organisation the Publishers Association.
The value of digital fiction sales in the first half of 2012 was up 188% on the same period in 2011.
Physical book sales saw a drop in value, dipping 0.4% year on year.
The level of cannibalism for paper depends on the real values of those figures which are not given... is 188%ebooks =< 0.4%paperbooks. The only figure given is total revenue of £1.1 billion for first half of year for e&paper.