Are E-Books Worth the Money?

WSJ – “If you walk out of the cinema this week with a burning desire to read Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat, Pray, Love,” you can download it onto your Amazon Kindle electronic book reader–if you have one–for $12.99. Then again you could just walk into your local Borders bookstore with a coupon and get the paperback for $10.”

One Response to “Are E-Books Worth the Money?”

  1. Jane Carvajal
    August 25, 2010 at 1:00 pm #

    That is ridiculus. The price of an electronic book should be more than 1/2 that of a print book. This is due to no printing, paper or other associated costs. It is a total ripoff changing the same as a conventional book.

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