Now here’s something out-of-the-ordinary. A new study reveals millennial readers across the US and the UK prefer to read print books and browse book shops. Publishing Technology held a survey polling 2,000 consumers across the US and UK, aged between 18 and 34. According to the survey nearly twice as many respondents had read a print book (71%) than there were who had read an ebook on any device in the last year. The closest runner-up was a tablet (37%). Young consumers too showed little loyalty to reading e-books on dedicated e-readers (29%), mobile phones (27%) and personal computers (25%).