David Ulin is spot-on in his analysis of the differences between reading in print and e-reading:
Reading in the material world by David Ulin (posted by the Los Angeles Times on February 24, 2015)
This quote, in particular, resonates with me:
[O]n a device such as an iPad or an iPhone, we never lose sight of ourselves—they are customized environments, extensions of our psyches—whereas the print book exists in a different realm. It requires an externalized commitment, an accommodation, in which its otherness is part of the point.
Ebooks and print books will always offer different experiences and serve different purposes. Our cultural obsession with seeing them in competition with each other is incorrect and, I believe, does all readers a disservice.