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Deep in the Amazon jungle, members of a scientific expedition are disappearing...Jake fears his dad, a bat biologist, is in danger. Against his father's wishes, he flies to Brazil to join the team, and embarks on his own investigation.High up in the treacherous rainforest capy, something is waiting for him. Something as ancient as the disaurs, but fiercer. Something that wants a gruesome revenge ...
Paul Zindel was born on Staten Island, New York, where he spent ten years working as a chemistry teacher before becoming a writer. His first book, The Pigman, was published in 1969 to massive acclaim. He has since written over a dozen more novels and established himself as one of the strongest writers in his field. In 1971 he won the Pulitzer Prize for drama for The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds and, more recently, published an autobiographical account of his formative years, The Pigman and Me. Paul Zindel lived in Montague, New Jersey until his death in 2003 at the age of 66.