The book that I will be reviewing today is Zach’s Lie By: Roland Smith.
This book is about a boy named Jack Osbourne, his life changes the night that masked robbers break into his house and threaten his family. After that Jack finds out that these men came because, Jach’s father had been arrested for drug trafficking. Jack, his mother, and his sister are then forced to enter Witness Security Program. Jack becomes "Zach" and moves to Elko, Nevada, a town in the middle of nowhere. There he meets Sam, the strangest school custodian he has ever encountered, and Catalin, a girl who might make Zach's uprooting worth the trouble. But just as Zach finally begins to piece together a new life, he finds himself in danger again-and this time his actions could determine the fates of everyone he cares about. I liked this book for many reasons such as, it constantly had action. Another reason I liked this book was that you can really see what people face when they go into witness protection. Zach’s Lie is definitely realistic fiction because, all of these events could happen in real life. Internal conflict happens in this book is that Zach is always worried that when he cares about someone they get hurt. An External Conflict that happened was Man vs Man this happened in the beginning of the book when the masked robbers intruded Zach’s home. To conclude, Zach’s Lie was a great book and I recommend it to both boys and girls but also, people who like action packed books.