August 7th, 2013, 02:03 PM
Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Denver Colorado, USA
Originally Posted by CruzNut
I don't own and have no intention of buying one of the ebooks. I don't buy books either - only read each one once so I go to my local library and get them for free ... or might buy a used paperback to take on a cruise. My library gets the books (particularly the best sellers and authors I like) right away.
There's the initial cost of the ebook, then around $9-10 for most others and though I've never tried one (as in just holding it), I don't think it would be as comfortable to hold as a book. I have observed cruisers using them and they seem to enjoy - it's just my opinion. So all those $10 +, I can add to my cruise piggy bank!
I understand that you are reluctant, but if you like to cruise or just to travel, there is no more convenient way to take several books with you than on a small, readily accessible device that weighs but a few ounces. Really, its great!!
Landlocked in Denver, but cruisin every chance we get.
Polynesia, Carib. '86
Cr. Odyssey, Scandinavia, '91, 30 Day S Pac. 2002
Crystal Harm, Aust., N.Z., '94
Royal Odyssey, AK,'96
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RCCL, Carib, 1998
Volendam, Car, 2000
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Cr.Pr., Carib. 08
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