The first thing I remember noticing about this Bible is that some of the pages were tabbed to mark the Bible books, which is uncommon with specialty Bibles I have reviewed up to this point. I love this feature because I end up putting pre-made Bible sticker tabs on some of the Bibles I use! The tabs make it easier for me to locate the Bible books faster than just looking them up in the Table of Contents.
For people that are reading straight from Scripture, the notes at the bottom of Scripture will be easy to find when they see the letter that is beside the part of Scripture that the notes are about. As I read through the Bible books of Esther and Philemon, the notes were kind of helpful. It was good to learn more about the variants of the Hebrew names Jeconiah and Bigthan in the book of Esther. It was good to know that the notes were there even though I didn't use the notes feature very much. For people that are just randomly looking at notes at the bottom of the Bible text, they may find it harder to locate the portion of Scripture the notes refer to since the number of the Bible book and verse are not listed, just the verse.
This probably would be a great Bible for many people that need one to tuck into a suitcase, bag, or purse to have available at different times! The text is smaller than some Bibles I have read but it is not as small as a mini Bible I have read before and also maybe the perfect size text for this size Bible!
My Review= 4.5 out of 5 stars
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