My Amazon Prime subscription just got better without me doing anything. Instead Amazon.com created Prime Reading which seems to be a brilliant service.
I recently heard about the fact that Amazon.com launched a new product named Prime Reading on October 5th. My first reaction was to do a quick search in Google for “What is Prime Reading.” Luckily I find my answer right away. I quickly understood that Prime Reading is the developed version of the outdated and hard-to-use library which has been included in Prime memberships for a long time already.
The only difference is that with Prime Reading it looks way better and it is much easier to administrate. As you can read in the article I read you can borrow as much as ten books at the same time. It is easy to see which books you have borrowed at the moment, and you can easily give them back in order to borrow new books instead.
Are there only junk books included in Prime Reading?
Normally we are skeptical to free products. Are there only junk and bad books included in Prime Reading? Not at all! A very popular book named “The Five Love Languages” by Gary Chapman was a book I quickly discovered. Another book I discovered was Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and I could also mention The Hobbit, The Man In The High Castle and lots of travel books as well.
And yes, the first book I decided to borrow was not a big one, but “The Essential Calvin and Hobbes: A Calvin and Hobbes Treasury” Isn’t that a real treasure to find for free included with my Prime membership as a part of Prime Reading?
Have you tried Prime reading yourself? What are your first thoughts concerning the product? Are you as enthusiastic about Prime Reading as I am?