I have another much older Thomas Nelson KJV bible that is a mini-mini size and in battered but readable condition. It's hard to explain but there's something about this new Bible that made me go hunt down my older little Bible and check for the publisher and sure enough, same outfit. That makes me pretty confident that this Bible will stand up to any sort of regular use without falling apart.
I'm not including the picture of the book I got from the publisher because even with the glare, I think mine's better. From the photo you can see the softness of the material and the nice stitching. It doesn't have that new leather smell because it's not real leather but ohhh it is very soft. True to the advertisement, it does lie flat so that one does not have to pry open the book in the middle to read to the end of the line.
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