No scripture is better than the other. Each has something special to offer. I've finished the Bhagavad Gita last year. It has knowledge of reincarnation, knowledge of the infinite cosmic spirit, the acts that will liberate us from this prison-world and a few more things. The Bible and Quran are in my to-read list. I've already read the book of genesis in the last decade but couldn't finish the whole scripture due to some health issues. This time i wish to read the whole bible using both NIV and NASB editions.
I think it's true that none are better than the other and that each has something to offer. And it's subjective as well. I didn't like the Quran or Bhagavad Gita. I've read several translations of each. The Gita seemed to me like a prolonged PR piece on nationalism and war. Nothing else to it. The Quran seemed to me to be a poorly constructed, xenophobic tirade with an occasional glimmer of hope. For example, charity and generosity and, strangely contradictory portions on religious tolerance.
Analects seemed pretentious, Shinto texts (Nihongi and Kojiki) seemed nonsensical and boring. Taoist texts seem quixotic. The Pirke Avot was painfully officious and pointless. I think I favor the Buddhist texts. I especially recommend Ajahn Sumedho discourse on the Buddhist teaching of The Four Noble Truths as both enlightening and practical. An easy read as well.
I never actually liked the Bible from a readability perspective. To me the Bible is the most important of them all, but it's best used as a tool. Like a dictionary rather than a novel or poem.