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Old 12-04-2012, 03:23 AM   #4
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Location: France, Normandy, Gisors
Device: kobo Touch, Kobo Glo, Kobo Aura 6"
It's been now a year that I started my e-reading experience and at first, It was a "no other way" option for me (my husband was being exasperated by all the paper books that were being piled at home). After a year of e-reading, I must confess that I love that experience : I read more and faster than I used to before. I find books in english far more easily than english paper books (I'm living in France). I can always have a book to read at hand, as my e-reader always follow me everywhere. I have access freely to all the old "classics" that I wanted to read (the french ones I've already read when I was at school, the english ones that I wanted to read), thanks to project Gutenberg ans similars.

At the beginning of septembre a colleague of mine was to have a surgery. I suggested her to buy a e-reader (a Kobo Touch as its price was dropping). She bought one and now, she's just as enthusiastic as I am about e-reading and her Kobo
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