You don’t need to be a bookworm to see the many advantages of electronic book (e-book) readers over paper books: These lightweight devices can store hundreds of books on something thinner than most magazines; you can download books 24/7; and along with more than a million free books available from the public domain, prices for e-books are generally cheaper than paper books (about $10 to $13 for a New York Times best-seller). Plus, you can even "borrow" downloads from most local libraries.
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