I read this article in The Times about this new version of a book - a flipback. It was introduced in Holland in 2009 and since then it's sold one million copies. It's also been launched in Spain, and then it will be France, and it will be in the UK this month apparently. You can easily search online for more information, but basically it's a paperback made with thin paper (like the Bible - if I remember rightly), and you read it by turning pages up, rather than right to left (like a calendar). I think it's to challenge e-books and increase paperback sales. Anyway, I just wondered what you all thought about it?