I just finished a three-book series (you’ll never guess which) that I consumed entirely on an iPad.
I have never before read a book digitally. I’m a first-timer when it comes to e-readers, though I have dabbled in listening to books on tape. Audio books, while convenient for multi-tasking purposes, still felt lacking to me for all the reasons I have always loved reading good old-fashioned paper and ink books—the great musty smell, the heft of the pages, the way the whole book changes from crisp and untouched to worn and well-loved through the course of my enjoyment.
Reasons that have since been reinforced by my foray into iPad-reading.