Actually it's a 2010 publication, so it's a couple of years old now. But a friend loaned it to me, highly recommending it as he knows I'm a creationist and loves dinosaurs, and I've never seen this book before. So it's new to me. My friend said it was very interesting and some points caught him by surprise. He wanted me to give it a read myself, so I will. And I'll probably post another journal entry on my thoughts.
The title is "Dragons or Dinosaurs? Creation or Evolution?" by Darek Isaacs. A typical title you'd expect from creationist literature aiming to attack evolutionist worldviews. The three-paragraph book overview on the back cover even puts it this way: "Darek Issacs tackles these questions vigorously, and he presents surprising evidence to support the main thesis of this book. His findings confirm biblical authority and radically disarm the Theory of Evolution."
Bold. Why is the "Theory of Evolution" capitalized but the "biblical authority" is left without emphasis? And notice the author's aim is to "disarm" evolution. Because clearly evolutionists are on the warpath with hot lead and will do anything to discredit their opposition. Actually, that sounds a lot like Kent Hovind. Wait... He's creationist.
I'm skeptical of this book my friend lent me, but we'll see what I think after I've read it.