Here find overviews of useful book reviews, enough to help you quickly eliminate what you don’t want or quickly notice what you might enjoy reading. You can always find more detailed information elsewhere, after getting the basics here.
Example of the Format:
Live Pterosaurs in America (third edition) – Cryptozoology, nonfiction
From an Amazon review by R. Montgomery:
Mr. Whitcomb does a thorough job questioning indoctrination and the close-mindedness of the Western world. Reading so many eye-witness reports of people who have seen living pterosaurs in America was mind-opening, to say the least. . . . The passion that Whitcomb and the pterosaur witnesses feel about these investigations make this book a great read and keep the pages turning. If you are prepared to question the indoctrination society has imposed on you since childhood, you are ready for Live Pterosaurs in America.
From an Amazon review by Laura:
This book is one of the best books that I have ever read! It reminds us to have an open mind and that the things we have all been taught as fact…may not be fact at all. . . .
This is nonfiction cryptozoology that severely questions standard models of science, in particular axiom of “universal pterosaur extinction.”
Sample from the book:
“I can tell you I believe their wing span was about 20 ft tip to tip. These creatures didn’t fly very high up when we first saw them, they don’t glide much either. We were able to follow where they landed after leaving the fence; it was behind our ranch to a pond where a neighbor grew trout. We watched them there for a little while until they flew into some . . . heavily brushed area about 1 mile behind our house.”
Nonfiction, cryptozoology, paranormal, true-life adventure
About $12-$14 depending on sale specials; paperback; 154 pages