Book Reviews

 

By Jonathan Whitcomb

Dinosaurs: Dead or Alive?

by O’Donnell

   It was written by a teenager but “The breadth of the author's investigation at least partially compensates for its lack of depth. He has written a worthy introduction to a less-well-known creationist perspective about living dinosaurs and pterosaurs.”

 

The Min Min Light

The Visitor Who Never Arrives

by Silcock

   Not only the mysterious flying light in Australia is examined, but similar lights in the British Isles and elsewhere: It’s the common barn owl, Tyto Alba.

 

Searching for Ropens

Living Pterosaurs in Papua New Guinea

by Whitcomb

   I answer the common thread in criticisms of my book. It’s not so much the revolutionary idea that some pterosaurs are still living in the Southwest Pacific: Searching for Ropens attacks the dogmatism of molecules-to-man evolution.

 

Return from Tomorrow

by George Ritchie

   In 1943, in an army hospital in Texas, a young soldier died; nine minutes later came back. His spiritual journey during those minutes changed his life. Ritchie’s NDE (near-death-experience) account is extraordinary.

These book reviews (and web pages about living-pterosaur investigations) are supported by sales of my book, Searching for Ropens. For more information on the second edition of SFR, please see:

 

Main page on Searching for Ropens, Living Pterosaurs in Papua New Guinea (2nd edition)

 

Quotations from SFR

 

Questions and Answers

 

Comments from readers

 

Table of Contents of SFR

 

Quotations from appendix

 

Table of Contents for SFR

 

Close-up of the back cover

 

Its treatment of Charles Darwin

 

Black and white images from SFR

 

Press Release: “prehistoric” creature

seen by a professional psychologist

(Searching for Ropens is mentioned.)

 

Books about Papua New Guinea