What do readers think: e-books or good book?

THE IMMINENT closure of The Book Warehouse in Grafton will make it hard for book lovers to find a dedicated place to buy the latest literary offerings.

How do you prefer to read, with an e-reader or the traditional hardback or paperback?

This poll ended on 22 June 2015.

Current Results

E-reader

22%

Hard copy

77%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

The Daily Examiner is wondering if the impending closure of the Grafton's only dedicated book shop for new releases is the latest indication e-publications are on the rise.

We want to know if our readers prefer sitting down to a "good book" on their digital device or in the more traditional manner with a hardback or paperback edition.



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