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" . . . A few Americans explored a few islands in the southwest Pacific, in brief expeditions . . . between 1993 and 2007, looking for a modern pterosaur.. . . . many natives carry a common fear in the dark: a huge glowing creature flying
in the night. Natives on Umboi Island call it ropen." (From the title page of the nonfiction book Searching for Ropens and Finding God, by Jonathan D Whitcomb of Murray, Utah)
Ender's Game, by Card
Ender's Game - by Orson Scott Card Glenn Beck's Common Sense - nonfiction
Glenn Beck's Common Sense
Searching for Ropens and Finding God - modern pterosaurs - nonfiction
Searching for Ropens and
Finding God - fourth edition
Three different genres we find in these three books by LDS writers Orson Scott Card, Glenn Beck, and Jonathan Whitcomb: one science fiction and two nonfictions. Each of these authors has been connected with one genre or political point of view, and their books have made a difference.

The most controversial book, Searching for Ropens and Finding God, is the least well known, the least popular of these three: an investigation over a period of eleven years, uncovering non-extinct long-tailed pterodactyls.