Originally Posted by Sparrow
, isn't it a bit deceitful to request eversions unless you intend to actually purchase them?
I get the impression people are clicking on books they'll never buy.
How will publishers know how popular ebooks genuinely are if we're giving them distorted feedback?
I don't have a problem with it and my conscience is clear. I doubt Amazon or Sony have problems with anything that puts more money in their pockets (same with the publishers).
I'm purchasing ebooks that I never would have bought in paper. My horizons have been broadened. It is more likely that I will read it if it is in eBook form.