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But, here's a possible explanation: Seems that Kindles and other electronic devices may have higher density, sharper edges, more aerodynamic characteristics, less grip. I could see being hurt by a Kindle in the face. A paperback book would be hard-pressed to hurt me, unless a spine-corner hit me right in the eye. A hard-back could be painful on a corner of the cover, but is less aerodynamic and would offer a more elastic collision due to the opening/closing range of motion.
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