Review of American Women’s Bible by Thomas Nelson

This Bible caught my attention because of the eye-catching cover and because it celebrates influential women in American history. I was excited to have the opportunity to American Women's Bible by Thomas Nelsonread and review American Women’s Bible.

The huge issue I had with this book is that it arrived damaged. The dust cover was bent and misshapen. The Presentation Page was folded and bent. There was no ribbon marker within the book as was listed in the book’s description. But worst of all, several Bible pages had been carelessly folded over, hopelessly creased and unreadable. Although I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for my honest review I would have gladly returned this damaged book for an exchange, but the publisher was unwilling. It’s difficult to give an accurate book review when a book arrives damaged. I found this a real disappointment.

From the undamaged pages, I could see they appear to be somewhat thicker than pages in most other Bibles. There are also several attractive glossy pages scattered throughout, which provide additional insight into historical events. There’s a great deal of information included in here. This is much more than a Bible; it’s a tribute to American women. It would have been a wonderful keepsake had it not been damaged.


3 of 5 Stars, Review by Susan Barton

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