The pages of this Bible are thinner than in some Bibles, probably because it has so much content for its size. You can tell there is printing on the other side of the page, of course, but the pages are very readable, so it's not a problem.
If you mean pen bleed-through, I don't mark in my Bibles, so I don't know about that. The pages are thin, however.
I also don't know how it's sewn. I assume it's a quality construction because it's an expensive Bible at the regular price marked on the box ($109.99).
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This item is Smyth sewn. The paper is not thick enough to use a standard highlighter without having bleed through; however, it works very well with dry highlighters.
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