"This overshadows common true-life adventures, revealing the early stages of what may become the most unsettling scientific discovery since Galileo and Copernicus. It soars above disputes about religion, revealing why an official discovery of an extraordinary animal was delayed for so long. Above all, this explores human experiences—of eyewitnesses and those who interviewed them."
(SFRFG title page)
"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 a very interesting and educational book and may change the way you see the world around you." (Laura)
At 360 pages, this nonfiction cross- genre could be called "the Bible of modern pterosaurs." This is the fourth edition, with sighting reports from around and the world.