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Posted 10/13/14
I'd go digital with any book unless I absolutely love it. Then, I'll make a trip to the book store and buy a hardcover book.
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Posted 10/14/14
Paperback are easier to hold and read imo. Also they cost less so i can afford the double or more of the books. I would consider hardcover for a special book, for collection. They look good on a book shelf.
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Posted 10/18/14 , edited 10/18/14
Although I'm not big on reading (unless it's manga), I'd say paperback. For three reasons: cheaper, lighter, and easier to handle and store.
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Posted 10/24/14
Paperbacks are so much easier to handle. Hardbacks are so annoying with their dumb paper flaps and sh/t.
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Posted 25 days ago
Hardcover. They look good when they're on a bookshelf.
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Posted 18 days ago
If it is a series I love, like Harry Potter, I will often purchase the hardback for my library. But otherwise I keep most of them in digital format. Every year I spend a small chunk on used books for my future library with different themes for the purchases. Last one was 'Mythology from around the world' and the next is 'great philosophers' some time near the end of the year :)

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