The Sport Book, an online retailer of sports and fitness books, will be available again this weekend, as the retailer has been forced to remove the website and all its e-books.
The decision to remove Amazon Prime books was made by the online retailer, which recently announced a new service to help it expand its library of books.
The move comes after the website had been unavailable for several days.
Amazon Prime Book was unavailable on Monday and Tuesday.
The retailer says it is working with authorities to restore the site, and it will keep the e-book section available as a service until Amazon can get back online.
It will also make some other changes to its books offerings, such as limiting the number of titles it will sell, according to a statement posted to the site on Tuesday.
This is not the first time that Amazon Prime has been hit with a major outage.
In June, Amazon announced a software update that caused a massive outage of the site and books, affecting over 100 million users across the world.
In August, the company temporarily shut down the website following a cyberattack that hit its computer systems.
The company blamed the incident on a denial-of-service attack that hit the site.
The online retailer has had problems in the past with the number and volume of its books on sale.
In March, Amazon was forced to suspend sales of some titles, including some popular books by authors such as Jane Austen, JK Rowling and Ursula Le Guin.