This review is from: The Reese Chronological Bible (Hardcover). If you are a student of the Bible then this is just invaluable. What this book does is, for example, place the verses of 1 & 2 Samuel, 1 & 2 Kings, and 1 & 2 Chronicles in order. You can see where the books carry redundant accounts and where they’re unique. When it comes to the divided kingdom, it separates the histories of Judah and Israel into 2 separate columns. Even more valuable for me is when the books of the prophets enter the picture. Some parts are awkward, as in the placing of psalms at various points in the David narrative, and it’s hard to tell if a placement is historical or just based on context. For that, it might have been nice to have references, but that would just have added bulk to the volume and I didn’t miss it. Perhaps a companion piece would be valuable at some point.