A couple of weeks ago, the first edition of the Sport Bible went up for pre-order.
While there was some initial confusion around which editions were coming in, the new editions all come with a few caveats: they’re limited edition and have a price tag of $99, with a 30-day guarantee.
They are limited to just one book per user, and that means you’re going to need a whole lot of time and patience to get through them all.
There’s a little bit of mystery surrounding the pre-orders, though, as Amazon is offering some free goodies to those who pre-ordered.
The SportBible 2.0 is the first of these freebies, and it comes with the following benefits: it has been updated to reflect the latest news about the sport, including the Olympics and the Rio Paralympics, as well as a list of the athletes who will be competing in the Games, including a short list of names of those competing.
You can also grab the book for free from Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble, or from Amazon itself for $59.99, $39.99 and $29.99.
For $59, you get access to Amazon’s Kindle app for the Kindle Fire, a set of Kindle Fire HD tablets, and an Amazon Echo.
The book also includes a downloadable PDF, which is good for reference if you’re just starting out.
The rest of the book, which includes a detailed list of all the athletes, is available for free through Amazon.co.uk and Barnes&Noble.
In the meantime, you can grab a copy at Amazon for just $29, and if you want to get a good read on what each of the Olympians is up to, the book includes a full write-up of each one’s schedule.
So, what are the benefits?
First, you’ll get access as a single user to the Olympics website.
The first edition has a lot of info, but you can also check out the full schedule and read more about some of the teams.
The books also include a list on the right of the screen that lists every athlete in the program, which will give you a good sense of what they’re doing at any given moment.
If you’re already familiar with the Olympic athletes, you won’t find too much of a difference between this edition and the first, and you can use it as a reference as you read.
Second, if you use the Kindle app on your tablet or phone, you have a chance to see what each Olympian is doing when they’re in Rio, and the book will provide you with a list in the title of the athlete’s location, and how long it takes them to get there.
Finally, you’re not just going to get the full coverage of the Olympic games, though.
The new book also has information on the Olympic rings, and a list with the names of all of the medals they’ve won.
As with the book in the first iteration, you also get the complete schedule for the games, as a separate download.
You’ll also get a quick summary of the Olympics, which you can look at in the book’s header and click on to jump to that particular section of the schedule.
As mentioned above, if the book was a single-book purchase, it would have come with the Olympics schedule and detailed information on every event that’s part of the Games.
If the book is a subscription, Amazon has included a list to make it easier to navigate the schedule, and each book will have an appropriate button for you to click on.
Finally (and this is a huge plus), you can check out all of that information and schedule information for each athlete as they get there at any time, including when they’ll be participating in each event.
The downside is that the book has a limit of five entries per user (so if you pre-purchase and then have a few days to spare before the book goes up for grabs, it’s a good idea to wait for the books to go up for free), but there’s no reason why you can’t check in with your friends and family to get their take on the events.
There are also no freebies for the SportBibles 2.x edition, so you’ll have to settle for a few other books if you really want to dive in.
But the Sport bible will certainly be worth your time if you are interested in getting a good, detailed look at the athletes and the events that are part of their lives.