Reviews - What do customers think about KJV Pew Bible (Scarlet Red)?
Great for Kindle Users Buy it! Jan 10, 2008
The other reviews on this page (at least most) seem to be from non-Kindle users. This King James version has a clickable Table of Contents and clickable chapters in the individual books.
The NIV version is also clickable in the Kindle version and the Table of Contents on that one is a wee bit easier to read, but this will meet your needs for an easily searchable KJV and at 80 cents it is a bargain.
A Cult Classic! Dec 15, 2007
Though a little too dry and strict for mainstream Romans, this epic tome will sure to delight aficionados of the empire's eastern Mediterranean cultures.
"A Must Have!" Dec 7, 2007
This is one of the greatest and oldest stories in the world that will always have you wanting more due to all of the moral stories within. If your feeling bad or just want a bit of enlightenment, then I suggest that you get this literature, you won't be sorry.
Excellent ebook edition Nov 25, 2007
This ebook edition of the King James Version has some special features for navigating through the Bible. You can easily navigate to any passage by tapping the index. The text contains note markers to link you directly to the Geneva Bible Notes. The special graphic design helps to read from screen like a printed book. The blue bar always displays the chapter you are reading. The blue * after a verse number links you to the Geneva Bible Notes. The original KJV footnotes are displayed at the end of a verse and clearly designed as footnotes. Verse numbers are in red. If you just want a good KJV to read on your PDA, this is the one you want. The layout is nice and clean and doesn't waste precious screen space.
The bible and nothing else Jul 23, 2005
This is the plainest bible I ever saw. Other than two black and white maps at the end, this bible contains nothing besides the bible text itself. There are absolutely no footnotes of any type. It is a black letter edition. There are no section headings. Words added by translators are in italics.
This is a black hardcover bible, one which stays open by itself when opened on a desk. Inner margins are wide enough so that inner text is easily read. The font size is typical for bibles.
The one problem is bleed through. This bible has about the average amount. I can see not only the page I am reading, but the page on the other side. The page is thick enough that it is difficult to read the underlying page through blank spots on the current page. This bible is definitely readable even with the bleed through, especially if the page is held up while reading it in order to cut bleed through.