Amazon is known for pushing the envelope in terms of customer satisfaction and freaky-fast delivery. Headed by CEO Jeff Bezos, the Seattle-based tech empire is arguably as innovative as Apple, spearheading efforts to create self-driving cars, delivery drones, and, most recently, a food delivery service. But when it's not constructing an adult treehouse for its employees and building the Amazon empire from the ground up, the tech company is making readers' dreams come true.
According to Real Simple, a new service called Prime Reading will allow Amazon Prime members to borrow more than 1000 books, magazines, comics and more from the tech magnate. Prime Reading is bundled in Amazon's $99-per-year Amazon prime service, which already includes free two-day shipping, early access to all Amazon deals, and instant video streaming.
Prime Reading is available on any e-reader device, so you don't need a purchase a Kindle in order to take advantage of the program. You can reportedly borrow up to 10 titles at once, pulling from an expansive selection that includes Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Vogue, and Entertainment Weekly, reports Real Simple.