Dan Brown's sequel to the Da Vinci Code hasn't been out very long, and it's already a top seller. However, according to the Telegraph, Amazon is shifting more electronic copies of the book (for the Kindle, of course) than it is hardback, print copies.
While the Telegraph cites price ($9.99 versus $16.17) and the fact that there's no waiting for delivery as the main reasons for the surge in demand for the ebook version, we'd like to know what you guys think. Does this say something about the kind of people who own Kindles/read Dan Brown books or is it actually something as innocuous as pricing? Let us know what you think in the comments below!