Things I love about it so far:
- It really does look like a page and not like a screen, so no glare to cause eyestrain and no reflections in bright light.
- It isn't as heavy as a biggish paperback - it's going to be great on the train when term starts again.
- I've got lots of cool new books on it all at once. So, when reading on the train, if I finish a book I can just start another. How great is that?!
- I made the font just a little bit bigger than the standard to help my poor tired (that's tired rather than ageing) eyes.
- Although I know some people don't like the lack of page numbers, I rather like the percentage indicator (and can see that, given, the font size choice mentioned above, page numbers aren't really feasible).
Virals by Kathy Reichs, YA
Tempest Rising (Jane True Series) by Nicole Peeler, urban fantasy (adult)
Lob by Linda Newbery, children's
Mortlock by John Mayhew, children's
The Complete Works of Charles Dickens
The Complete Works of Jane Austen (Annotated with Biography and Critical Essays)
Anthology of Arthur Conan Doyle (Forty Books with active table of contents)