Hsve been an avid reader all my life, sometimes two or three books a week. And, in spite of all the electronic options, I STILL like books, real books, with pages to turn and reviews on the back cover and good cover art. I bought a Kindle Fire, thinking I might like it. I don't. Then I won a Nook Reader at my company's picnic. Don't like that either (although, in reality, it is better than the Kindle in many ways, at least for net browsing.) I hate the fact that bookstores are declining. For those of us who feel the same, what is it about reading an actual book that provides so much more enjoyment than reading something on a tablet?
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