In a series of rare interviews, Amazon executives opened up to me about the future of reading — and the company's place in it.
"Technologies change, and then what people make with them changes," Grandinetti says. He points to the way cable allowed for both Breaking Bad, which told a single story over 62 episodes; and True Detective, a multi-season series that tells a complete story each year. "Nobody would take a chance on those TV shows 10 years ago, because the model didn’t exist. So even though the evolution of these media may taketh away in some places, it giveth in some others. And I think the same may be true in books."