There was a recommendation I read from a Russian cleric which said that if a family is away from a church, it is adviseable for them to read the service books as a way of keeping the liturgy fresh in your head and heart. This is done not in the manner of actually conducting the service, but reading it to yourself.
Bp. John of Shanghai and San Francisco would give his altar boys the service books to follow along during the actual services, so in this there is nothing wrong. In a way if you are reading the service books at home you are in a way following along with a liturgy that is happening somewhere else at the time.
However, trying to conduct the service by reading the priest's prayers is a different story. You obviously can't consecrate the eucharist, you can't dispense a blessing (i.e. during the dismissal), and there are pastoral prayers that the priest reads where he is petitioning God on behalf of his flock, and only he with his ordination can take on that role and responsibility.