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Buy this version only if you prefer reading a computer print-out to a normal book.
on 2 October 2017
Amazon customers beware! This is not a book in the normal sense of the word. It is essentially a print-out of a raw computer file; indeed it contains half a page of file information between the contents list and the start of the main text! Needless to say, it is not properly formatted, there are no proper chapter breaks or section headings, and it looks weird because there are extra carriage returns in the middle of many of the lines. Unless you are desperate for a reference copy of Mere Christianity that you can scribble on, you will probably be inclined to throw this product straight in the bin. The only good thing about it is the cover photo, which belies the quality of the printed text.
Mere Christianity is a superb (if slightly dated) book, and remains essential reading for anyone exploring the basics of Christianity. But make sure to buy a properly produced book rather than this shameful product of the computer age.