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An excellent help to study,
This review is from: ESV Study Bible (Genuine Leather, Black) (Leather Bound)
The print is clear and easily readable. The comment are useful and concise. Notes are well written. The only draback is American spellings in the text. An UK-English version wouldbe welcomed. It would be also useful to have details of print size and style in the description of Bibles and works of reference in the dscription of the product. If possible a full size example of type fece of the text would be useful.
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Initial post: 3 Sep 2009 22:19:42 BDT
Hello, may I quiz you about the 'genuine leather' cover? I'm currently looking to purchase an ESV Study Bible and, as it is quite an investment for me, I want to choose the right cover. I was leaning towards getting a genuine leather one because I thought that would be the most durable option, but I have read a few bad reviews saying that the cover doesn't lie flat when the bible is shut but sticks up at 45 degrees, that it creases, is too thin, poor quality etc... I am wondering what you think of the cover? Has it weathered well for you or not? Is it stiff or flexible? Should I buy the genuine leather cover as you did, or would I be better going for the 'Tru-Tone' option? Any advice or further details of the leather cover on your bible would be gratefully received.
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Aug 2010 11:13:55 BDT
farm boy says:
This might help; check out the reviews and details of this book and similar at Amazon.com the USA site and there is much more available and most can then be ordered via Amazon UK.
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