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'The e-book revolution'

6 April 2009

'There is some hesitancy with publishers fully embracing e-books. We have a 'book love', the printed book is a gorgeous object. We need to communicate that love with e-books, and there is something shiny and new and mobile about them.

The author deserves the value. There are people out there that don't understand that, who think that bytes are cheaper than paper. The industry has established a level of value of buying the work of a creative person and I think we should sustain that throughout the e-book revolution.'

Stephen Page, CEO and Publisher of Faber, in the Bookseller