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  • Do you prefer physical books or ebooks?

    It's physical books for me hands down. I like the sound of turning pages and the feel of the paper on my fingertips. It's part of the journey . I like to have a huge library in the house if only I could afford it. But a chair with a built-in bookshelf will do.

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    Me too. I prefer hard copies of books. Primarily because it is less stressful for the eyes. And my other reason is kind of weird but I would like to share it with you anyways. It's also because of the smell. I love the smell of papers especially when they are new.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by sybertanne View Post
      Me too. I prefer hard copies of books. Primarily because it is less stressful for the eyes. And my other reason is kind of weird but I would like to share it with you anyways. It's also because of the smell. I love the smell of papers especially when they are new.
      I feel you. Like the smell of new clothes.

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      • #4
        I prefer the physical book. I am actually not into reading books but whenever I would like to read, I prefer the actual book. It is because I could just read it anywhere without being online or using gadgets.

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        • #5
          For me, it doesn't really matter. Say if I'm currently reading a paperback novel and don't have it on me while traveling, I won't mind reading the eBook version of it. It's not that I haven't experienced the smell and feel of an old or a new book - heck I might have the oldest copy of 'A Tale of Two Cities'. It's my great grandad's copy, but I never really concentrated on its worn out pages. I was sucked into the story itself. So, as long as the story pulls me into its world, I won't mind the medium through which it is told.

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