Cameron Morgan goes to an all girls school for spies. Cameron is a sophomore and her and her friends want to find out what Blackthorne is. Her and her CovOps class go on a mission. The next day at school the Headmistress tells the whole school at breackfast that there were going to be fifteen boys from an all boys spy school joining them that semester. After the boys arrive strange things happen. THen at the end of the semester something very important gets stolen and no one eles is around, So it is up to Cameron and her friends to get it back.
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Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy
Cameron Morgan goes to...
Lets talk about Zach ...
Let's talk about Zach first. In case you can't tell, I LOVE Zach! He is hot, cocky, awesome, did I mention he's incredibly hot? Because he is. I love how he knows a lot about Cammie and she knows nothing about him and she's like "How do you know that?" and he just points to himself and says, "Spy." I love it when he does that! We find out later on in the books that Zach is a very important character, but I'll talk more about that in another book review. Now for Cammie. Cammie is kind of heartbroken over her breakup with Josh in the last book, and it probably didn't help when she saw him in town with his new girlfriend (but that's okay because she has Zach now). At first Cammie doesn't like Zach at all but that changes little by little as the book goes on. I also love Grant and Jonas. Grant is kind of the love interest for Bex and Jonas is for Liz. The sad part for me is that you never see them again in the books. A part of me wants to see them in book six but most likely we wont. I love how Joe Solomon always pair Cammie with Zach, it's like he wanted them to get together form the beginning. I really love the part when Zach and Cammie are one their first date and Zach says' "Just so you know, Gallagher Girl, I'm gonna kiss you now" but DeeDee stops him before he can, then at the end when Zach dips Cammie in front of the whole school then says, "I always finished what I start." then I squeal. A lot. Pretty much love every single part that has Zach. It can't be helped. I love the part where Zach and Cammie are studying and he knows that she and her friends bugged his room and he says he's not all bad and not all good, and the part when Zach first called her Gallagher Girl, and the part when Zach come out of nowhere and Cammie hits her head on a fireplace mantle. There was a lot of good stuff in this book. Time to re-read it, again.
In this sequel to Id ...
In this sequel to I'd tell you I love you, but then I'd have to kill you, Cammie finds herself in hot water over her infatuation with a local boy, Josh. Then she realizes her mother is keeping secrets from her. It is up to Cammie to find out what is going on and make sure everything and everyone she loves is kept safe. Very entertaining book.
Sequel to If I told yo...
Sequel to If I told you I love you, I'd have to kill you. Fun set of books depicting main character Cammie Morgan, the Chameleon, as a spy-in-training. In this adventure, boys come to the Gallagher Academy and Cammie doesn't know what to make of it. Tightly written, target audience, 12 years and under, very enjoyable kids book.
For the longest time, ...
For the longest time, I've seen the Gallagher Girls books in the Scholastic book orders and wanted to read them... but alas, other books have had priority so I never got around to ordering them. When I was at the library a few weeks back, I saw they had this one... and even though it's not the first book (it's the second) I decided to give it a go anyway. And it has nothing to do with forgetting that it was the second book until I got home. Of course not. At all. But, chronological order aside, I thought this was a pretty darn cute book! The premise is a little ridiculous -- young teens being trained as spies -- but then again, young teens get trained as wizards in a certain series that shall not be named, and that works, right? So, I can suspend disbelief here and enjoy the story. In this installment, the girls at the Academy learn that *gasp* boys are coming to the school as guests... boys from their own top secret spy school. (cue dramatic music) Anyway, it's a fun story with realistically drawn young teens, and I'll definitely pick up more by the author either at the bookstore or the library. And one more thing: I really like that this series uses strong, confident female teenagers as protagonists... a rather marked difference from other offerings in the YA realm right now. These are girls that don't need boys to save them (and they could seriously kick any guy's behind) and it's great to see them have to work with guys on a level playing field throughout this particular book. Really, it's one you could pass to your teenage girl and feel good about. Except maybe she'll end up wanting to join the CIA. Don't say I didn't warn you!
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