Rajan, though e-books are becoming popular now-a-days,i do feel normal books are better as I am health conscious.otherwise both have got their plus points.
good luck !
I love the feel of a book in my hands, the smell of the pages (especially new ones) and the feeling of turning the pages so for me an e book will never compare. Plus my favourite place to read is the bath so readl books are safer!
I het so maf to read ebooks because i can't get to read any free ebooks, so i stick to normal books
I personally prefer paper books, but E-books are useful if you are traveling and can't bring all of your books. When I sit down to relax and read, I always choose a paper book.
I do love the feel of a real book in my hands for the reasons mentioned earlier. There is nothing like relaxing in an easy chair or bath tub with a book. I do use e-books for substitute until I can purchase the real book. I also use the e-book for travel purposes less weight and bulkiness.
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