Sales of mass-market e-books are forecast to increase during the next four years, as consumers shy away from print and audiobooks in favor of titles they can read on their handheld devices, according to a report from PricewaterhouseCoopers. The firm forecasts consumer e-book sales will generate $8.2 billion in sales by 2017, with electronic titles accounting for 38% of all book sales, more than double today's market share.

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