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I bought and downloaded this to my iPhone, and accessed it through my Kindle app, and some of the in-text hyperlinks are defective. For example, I go to Calvin's Isaiah commentary, and the hyperlink for chapter 53 takes me to something in the Psalms. I've not done a comprehensive survey, but I've found multiple examples of this sort of thing.
This is particulalry problematic with a work this massive, since the hyperlinks are crucial for getting to where you want to go. If you have not had this problem on an iPhone with the Kindle app , feel free to dislike my review; it's not my intention to keep people away from this work - just a heads up.
TOC is a mess. Use BibleHub or buy a different Kindle book! The TOC is messed up. After struggling mightily with this for hours, I found BibleHub site has this for free. Christian Classic Etheral Library site has it too if you like this Note that this is in old English so even though they are supposed to be great, it's still tough to read. Someday someone will make a modern English translator from Old English. Feedback If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact us.
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