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Old 06-10-2010, 09:37 PM   #14
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Personally, I will never buy another paperback book if I can avoid it and would love to dispose of the few hundred "kicking around" the house.

I agree there is room for paper books: coffee table, picture, children's, etc. I just don't many of those.

But for mass paperbacks, or one off reads, I am delighted to have an e-reader.

It's even cost effective with a good ROI: net-net, for the stuff I've read since I bought a Kindle, I would have easily paid much more for the reading material had I shopped for paper copies at my local book shop and second hand dealer for classics.
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