Probably. It's out with the old and in with the new. Anthony Horowitz's Scorpia Rising, the last in the Alex Rider series may be the last novel I read in mulched tree format as I am now the proud owner of a Kindle.
I've been thinking of getting one for a while. Mainly because I like to have a book with me to read when I'm out and about as I never know when I might have 10 minutes spare. And, when I'm out and about I tend to do quite a bit of walking and bulky books just do my back/shoulder in. (There is also the storage issue when you have a one bed flat).
For a while the size of the book has been a big factor in whether I'll read it or not. Hardbacks were definitely out. But with the Kindle it is always the same size. It is slim and light and I can carry more than one book with me, 3,500 in fact (and a dictionary).
It has taken a little getting used to. I hadn't realised that I'd got into the habit of starting to lift the page to turn it as I was still finishing the last sentence or two and of course you can't do that on the Kindle, you start pressing the arrow to move on and bang you are there so there was a bit of back and forth in the beginning.