Night of the Bat

Book Description
When Indian workers begin to disappear from an expedition into the Amazon rain forest, fifteen-year-old Jake fears that his father, a bat biologist, is in great danger. Against his dad's wishes, Jake flies to Brazil and joins his father's research team, working high in the canopy of a remote stretch of the rain forest bordering a cave-ridden promontory. Unfortunately, Jake's first climb up the rope bridges and suspended walkways leads him to discover the mutilated bodies of the missing Indians - and triggers a terrifying, explosive attack by a winged beast not known since the beginning of time. When Jake's father is attacked, it becomes clear that the hunters are now the hunted.

About the Author
Paul Zindel wrote numerous books for children and young adults. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds.

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