Zach's lie

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Scholastic, 2002 - Basques - 211 pages
256 Reviews
When Jack Osborne is befriended by his school's custodian and a Basque girl, he begins to adjust to his family's sudden move to Elko, Nevada, after entering the Witness Security Program, but the drug cartel against which his father will testify is determined to track them down.

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A quick read and suspenseful plot! - Goodreads
A great easy to read book one of my favorites. - Goodreads
An excellent page turner for kids and young adults. - Goodreads
Roland Smith is great at writing. - Goodreads
I liked this story, especially the ending. - Goodreads
It was fast-paced, interesting and plot-driven. - Goodreads

Review: Zach's Lie (Zach's Lie #1)

User Review  - Kay - Goodreads

At first I couldn't figure out how old Jack was which distracted me from the plot. I was thinking around 6 and you can imagine my surprise when I found out he was in 7th grade! Besides that, I think that the plot was good enough to read the next book. Read full review

Review: Zach's Lie (Zach's Lie #1)

User Review  - Dora - Goodreads

Thoroughly enjoyed this book and its sequel! I read it in my ELA class and loved it!!! An inside joke for those who read them: Great book, great author. End of subject. Read full review

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