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The Door of No ReturnZac Baxter's grandfather has always told him that he's the descendant of African kings whose treasure was stolen when his ancestors were sold into slavery Of course Zac brushes this off as a tall tale until his grandfather is murdered and their apartment is completely ransa. At about 100 pages in I realized I didn't give a damn What sounded like an amazing premise was slow and bogged down by some just downright stupid decisions on the part of the main character the bad guys try to frame you for stealing by planting a mobile phone on your person what should you do Well if you're the main character of this book you stash the phone until later and then begin freely using it to text and call other people As if they wouldn't be tracing your use of the phone and plot holes big enough to drive a jumbo jet through

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The Door of No Return Read ✓ 104 æ Zac Baxter's grandfather has always told him that he's the descendant of African kings whose treasure was stolen when his ancestors were sold into slavery Of course Zac brushes this off as a tall tale until his grandfather is murdered and their apartment is completely ransacked Clearly somebody is after somethCked Clearly somebody is after something Heeding his grandfather's dying words Zac is off to Ghana to track down his family's history But what did his grandfather mean when he said that Zac had the map to the treasure Following every clue he can find Zac begins to suspect t. I didn't realize this book was going to end up being about reparations for slavery I think the reparations debate is completely silly especially given the state of the economy these days where is the government going to find the money to pay all the Black descendants of slaves in their country AND how do you know if some of your ancestors were slaves not everyone can afford to have their family history traced so that put a slight damper on my enjoyment of the book because I kept rolling my eyes Aside from that I didn't like how this book was ALL ABOUT Zac It was all in his head for the most part and the few dialogues in the book turned into monologues between characters At times the dialogueslang sounded stiff thrown in just to sound 'cool' or something because otherwise it didn't make much sense granted there was a lot of British slang I presume The secondary characters provided background noise and help when needed or violence but little else including the few people Zac decided to trust And view spoiler why did Zac take his friends on a shopping spree They were BARELY mentioned hide spoiler

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Hat the treasure is real and hidden in one of Ghana's old slave forts Too bad the killers always seem to be one step ahead of him With no one he can trust and with everything to lose Zac races against time as he tries to uncover the truth about the past and a fortune in gol. I give this book a ⅖ stars This book wasn’t really a good one because it seemed too jumpy Each chapter skipped around a lot so it got confusing when I was trying to follow it because the chapter wasn't straightforward and on one topic it was on multiple instead The story was about a boy named Zac Baxter and how he lived in Ghana I wish the author didn’t skip around so much and stayed on one topic multiple chapters 80 pages in I was already bored and was forced to read the rest Usually I don’t have to force myself to finish a book but I had to for this I would recommend this for someone that likes mystery and a book that gets boring after 80 or so pages To actually understand the book you have to closely read and have some background about slavery The ending takes about slavery and historical moments so if you don’t have any background you won’t understand If the plot was enjoyable then I would of maybe gave it a ⅗ stars or a ⅘ stars