When talking about a physical book, as opposed to an e-book, which is correct: print book or printed book?
As lumberjack pointed out,
book should suffice here, but I answer to talk about the alternatives.
When talking about one individual book, and to set it apart from an eBook, using
printed book is more common than using
print book. As in,
"I bought a printed book"
I bought a paperback (or hardback)
Print books is used rarely, and mostly in formal situations
Print isn't really an adjective. But one of its senses is this:
[uncountable] used to refer to the business of producing newspapers, magazines and books
which is used to form compound nouns like
print media or
Print books would be uncommon and sound a bit formal, but it's not unheard-of.
Our survey shows that readers prefer buying eBooks over print books.
(Printed books is equally applicable here.)
[Source - Oxford]