Although Amazon doesn't release specific sales numbers, the company reported last week that it had sold more than a million Kindles a week in December, according to the Huffington Post.
Barnes and Noble's Nook and Apple's iPad have also had banner years for sales as more and more people switch over to e-readers to consume books.
But not everyone is enamored of holding (and charging) an electronic device to read the latest mystery or magazine. Some people complain about the background lighting and formatting, while others just can't give up the feel, weight, even the smell of paper.
So where do you fall? Are you addicted to your e-reader? Do you buy more books than ever because of the ease of purchase? Or do you swear you'll never own one because you're worried that print books will go the way of the cassette tape?