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It's a cover up...

The modern version of the traditional physical book is now an eReader, whether that's a Kindle, Nook, iPad, Kobo, or any other random bit of kit you might be using.

Perhaps these eReaders are perhaps just a bit too jarringly modern looking for you? Too shiny, too plasticky, to grey/black/white?

Wouldn't it be nice if it looked like a proper, classic old book?

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How about with a cute puppy book?

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Maybe something a bit simpler?

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Fancy something a bit more...retro?

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Or do you prefer the look of comic book art?

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So many choices - what one shall it be?

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