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Not really large print
on 15 April 2013
In general, it fulfills its purpose - it's the New Testament only of the Bible, in paperback form, and less than two quid. However, the print is around 12 point whereas "large print" is normally defined as between 14 and 16 point. The print in this book is larger than most ordinary Bibles, but that's because the print in them tends to be quite small compared to your average book.
So bear this in mind if you are actually looking for a large print Bible.
Another thing to note is that the text is printed straight across the page, not in two columns like most Bibles. And there are no "subject headings" like you get in other Bibles (like "Jesus calms the storm", "Saul's conversion" etc), making quick look-ups and navigation a little more difficult.
However, if you are looking for a New Testament only Bible, with *slightly* larger text than normal, this book would be okay.