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The astounding first book in a series that blends history and fantasy like never before! It's 1863 and dinosaurs roam the streets of New York as the Civil War rages between raptor-mounted armies down South. Magdalys Roca and her friends are on a field trip when the Draft Riots break out and some of their fellow orphans are kidnapped by an evil magistrate, Richard Riker. Can Magdalys and the squad rescue the rest of their friends before it's too late?

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Daniel José Older has always loved monsters, whether historical, prehistorical, or imaginary. His debut series for young adults, the Shadowshaper Cypher, has earned starred reviews, the International Latino Book Award, and New York Times Notable Book and NPR Best Books of the Year picks, among other accolades. He has worked as a bike messenger, a waiter, a teacher, and was a New York City paramedic for ten years. Daniel splits his time between Brooklyn and New Orleans.