Originally Posted by Seventh Son
And the book I've searched for tend to cost about the same as paper counterparts. What gives? What's the point of them then? Aren't they supposed to be cheaper to make and sell? Am I missing something essential here?
eBooks are worth more than paper books, since they do not occupy precious physical storage space. I am personally, therefore, happy to pay the same for them as a paper book. I can't take 100 paper books away on holiday with me as I (easily) can with eBooks.