17 Reasons Why We Should Never Stop Reading Print Books

18. It’s easier to make a friend with someone sitting down with a book in a sea of people than someone sitting down with a Kindle or e-reader (who knows, they could just be playing games).

Thought Catalog

Print books are increasingly going the way of the dodo bird, the passenger pigeon, and the Miss Congeniality franchise. This is scary. Here are a few reasons why we should make sure that never happens:

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1. E-books do not allow for the cultivation of a physical book library. And if you can’t show off the fact that you have a personal library, there’s little point to actually reading.

2. If the book in question is a textbook or required reading for school, you get to underline random phrases and hilariously convince the person taking the class next year that you’re much smarter than them.

3. Books are a journey. Some books are even about the 1980’s rock band, Journey. But with an e-book, you’re always on the same page. Which in addition to being a very annoying buzzword phrase, compromises any tangible notion of your intellectual voyage.

4. Bookstores that sell…

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