E-book it's a device where you download a book from internet and read it. Some are make to don't bother the eyes, a friend of mine have an e-book and it'is like there would be ink. (I hope to have written its in an understandable English ahaha)
I dislike physical books. Big, bulky and you have to find a way to store them. I would never purchase a physical book again and dislike even reading them when I get them from the library. My preferred e-reader is my iPhone but I have a Kindle and an iPad that I use at home.
Actually no.Child of the digital age.
Within days of getting my iPhone I had donated every physical book I owned to charity and will never look back.
I'm not saying it won't happen. I'm saying it'll only happen if people stop buying paper books. Publishers make a lot more money off paper books, and they aren't going to stop printing them as long as people keep buying them. To paraphrase what someone said about bookshops, the professed love for paper books must be matched with a willingness to pay for them. If that isn't there, then yes, paper books will likely go the way of the compact disc.