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eBooks

Does anyone else prefer a "real" book as opposed to eBooks/Kindle, etc.

I read 2-3 novels a week, along with cookbooks and reference/self-help books.

I just love the feel and smell of a book in my hands.  I can lay down on my soft couch or bed and fall asleep while I'm reading. 

 I know it sounds crazy, but I can even tolerate the "mess" that other people have left in the library books that I read (Cheetos stains, cigarette ashes, and those "I don't EVEN want to know what is it" chunks...yuk!).

I'm just so afraid that books will become obsolete, and that we will be left with nothing but the cold, impersonal computer books that are becoming so popular.

I can't imagine falling asleep with my computer hitting me in the face, or falling on my chest.