This has been my favorite one year Bible reader. The daily reading segments go by the story line, rather than the number of pages, so some days are very short and some very long, but for the most part just right. The readings are divided into six days of reading with one "catch up/reflection" day each week, which really helps you keep up on the assignments. I love reading the whole story at a time! The daily outline of topics covered is very useful in understanding the readings. The commentary is sparse, but well targeted to thinking about the day's reading. I was delighted to find this in the KJV. Several friends have purchased this after seeing my copy. HOWEVER: The paperback falls apart by the end of the year, so cannot be used for additional years. When buying as gifts, my friends have ordered the hardcover. Both are glued, so am awaiting a report on whether the hardcover will hold up better.
What Have They Done? I was looking for the same Daily Walk Bible copyrighted in 1987 by Tyndale House and very disappointingly have only been able to find THIS ONE. This USED TO BE a great version that was an easy read. But with the typographical errors, "500 thousand dollar" words, and misuse of Old English, I wouldn't recommend this version to anyone.
For example, it uses words like, in Gen 1:14 . . "firmament" instead of the plain, "vault in the sky"; or in
Gen 2:18..."I will make him AN HELP MEET for him." This is clearly a TYPO and unacceptable for the BIBLE. I expect a higher standard from Tyndale House.
The sporadic attempt of Old English is awful, especially when combined with New World countries, i.e. Ethiopia (Cush).
If you can find The Daily Walk Bible copyrighted in 1987 with the text from The Living Bible, copyright 1971, you will have a treasure you won't want to put down.