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Posted 12/4/12
Hardcover whenever the price difference is not too significant.
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44 / M / Memphis, TN
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Posted 12/4/12
I prefer hardback but will settle for paperback--temporarily. I have thus far avoided e-books.
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20 / M / Ohio
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Posted 12/4/12
Paperback for a few reasons
1. The sound it makes when you hit someone with it is just epic
2. They are a bit cheaper
3. It feels a bit more natural
4. They take up a bit less space
5. Paperbacks are a bit lighter
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Posted 12/5/12
Paperback if I just wanna read it but I have the book to kill a mockingbird and a sherlock holmes book on hardcover cuz it's just cool.
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Posted 12/5/12
Paperback for manga of course and smaller books. And hardcovers for my favorite books and large books like harry potter
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Posted 1/19/13
Hardcover definitely.
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Posted 1/20/13
It depends greatly on the book. But in most case's paperback for extended reading, hardcover for anything I'd need to often set on a desk as with extremely large book's of which I have the complete works of Shakespeare, The Iliad, and The Divine Comedy all of which are murder to read for long period's.
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Posted 1/20/13
I like hardcover myself. They last longer and don't get frayed as easily as paperbacks.

They also feel more comfortable in my hands.
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Posted 1/21/13
paperbacks because they are more lightweight. hardbound books are prettier though lol
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23 / F / Illinois
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Posted 1/21/13
It depends. I usually read digital now a days but i prefer hardback for shelving. Paperback i would normally beat up from reading so much so i usually take those with me.
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Posted 1/21/13
I love hardcover for first editions by my favorite authors, but I usually prefer paperback. I have small hands so they're easier for me to hold and read haha. They also tend to be smaller so I can fit them in my bag(s) without it being bulky.
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Posted 1/21/13
digital.....
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Posted 1/21/13
Hardcover.
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22 / M / Heaven on Earth
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Posted 1/21/13
Paperback so I can fold it easier and read it on both sides when I'm laying down~

As long as the text is legible, I buy used paperbacks for cheap offline :3
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