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I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You : 10th Anniversary Edition

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As a sophomore at a secret spy school and the daughter of a former CIA operative, Cammie is sheltered from "normal teenage life" until she meets a local boy while on a class surveillance mission.

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Most helpful positive review
Cammie Morgan is just like any girl. She goes to school, hangs out with her best friends, and is crushing on a totally hottie! Except that school she goes to is actually a school for spies, her besties are actually highly skilled operatives-in-training, and that cute boy has no idea! The first book of the Gallagher Girls introduces you to an enthralling story of spies, secret missions, and hot teachers. I would recommend this book to 6th graders and up.

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As a sophomore at a secret spy school and the daughter of a former CIA operative, Cammie is sheltered from "normal teenage life" until she meets a local boy while on a class surveillance mission. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the New York Times best-selling Gallagher Girls series with this new edition, featuring an exclusive new epilogue from Ally Carter!
Cammie Morgan is a student at the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, a fairly typical all-girls school-that is, if every school taught advanced martial arts in PE and the latest in chemical warfare in science, and students received extra credit for breaking CIA codes in computer class. The Gallagher Academy might claim to be a school for geniuses but it's really a school for spies. Even though Cammie is fluent in fourteen languages and capable of killing a man in seven different ways, she has no idea what to do when she meets an ordinary boy who thinks she's an ordinary girl. Sure, she can tap his phone, hack into his computer, or track him through town with the skill of a real "pavement artist"-but can she maneuver a relationship with someone who can never know the truth about her?
Cammie Morgan may be an elite spy-in-training, but in her sophomore year, she's on her most dangerous mission-falling in love.

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Series Title
Gallagher Girls
Publisher
Turtleback Books
Book Format
Hardcover
Number of Pages
304
Author
Ally Carter
ISBN-13
9780606395724
Publication Date
June, 2016
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
8.00 x 5.50 x 0.90 Inches
ISBN-10
0606395725

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Cammie Morgan is just ...
Cammie Morgan is just like any girl. She goes to school, hangs out with her best friends, and is crushing on a totally hottie! Except that school she goes to is actually a school for spies, her besties are actually highly skilled operatives-in-training, and that cute boy has no idea! The first book of the Gallagher Girls introduces you to an enthralling story of spies, secret missions, and hot teachers. I would recommend this book to 6th graders and up.
Most helpful negative review
The title is intriguin...
The title is intriguing, and so is the concept: a spy-in-training at an all-girls' spy school falls in love with a normal boy, whom she can never tell her true identity. But this story failed to live up to my expectations. Cammie Morgan is a sophomore at the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, which is a spy school posing as an elite all-girls' private boarding school. Her normal course load includes PhD-level chemistry, Countries of the World, and hardest of all, CoveOps, which is taught by a ridiculously hot but severe Joe Solomon. It's almost a good thing that the Gallagher Academy doesn't train guys to be spies, because in between work for her classes and trying to put up with her new suitemate, Macey McHenry, a rich delinquent-like wannabe rebel who takes pleasure in others' pain, Cammie has no time to worry about guys. That all changes when, in the midst of a failed Covert Operation, she is seen by Josh. She, Cammie Morgan, nicknamed the Chameleon for her ability to blend in anymore, is seen by a cute guy. Josh is a normal townie who lives the perfect suburban life. He believes that Cammie is homeschooled, has a pet cat, and likes the same things he does. What he doesn't know, however, is that Cammie is not who she says she is; she's fed him a web of lies about herself because she cannot tell him who she really is. Trying to keep up her relationship with Josh without her headmistress mother or Josh finding out her secrets while struggling to please Joe Solomon in CoveOps class is almost too hard to do. Something has got to give. What will Cammie choose: her love for a normal boy or her loyalty to her life's calling? This book makes for a quick and light read. More than a few times, the author seems to try too hard with her random humor, which doesn't succeed in making the story funny. That being said, there IS a decent amount of advice on guys that girls might like to read about.
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1 customers found this helpful
Cammie Morgan is just ...
Cammie Morgan is just like any girl. She goes to school, hangs out with her best friends, and is crushing on a totally hottie! Except that school she goes to is actually a school for spies, her besties are actually highly skilled operatives-in-training, and that cute boy has no idea! The first book of the Gallagher Girls introduces you to an enthralling story of spies, secret missions, and hot teachers. I would recommend this book to 6th graders and up.
Most helpful negative review
The title is intriguin...
The title is intriguing, and so is the concept: a spy-in-training at an all-girls' spy school falls in love with a normal boy, whom she can never tell her true identity. But this story failed to live up to my expectations. Cammie Morgan is a sophomore at the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, which is a spy school posing as an elite all-girls' private boarding school. Her normal course load includes PhD-level chemistry, Countries of the World, and hardest of all, CoveOps, which is taught by a ridiculously hot but severe Joe Solomon. It's almost a good thing that the Gallagher Academy doesn't train guys to be spies, because in between work for her classes and trying to put up with her new suitemate, Macey McHenry, a rich delinquent-like wannabe rebel who takes pleasure in others' pain, Cammie has no time to worry about guys. That all changes when, in the midst of a failed Covert Operation, she is seen by Josh. She, Cammie Morgan, nicknamed the Chameleon for her ability to blend in anymore, is seen by a cute guy. Josh is a normal townie who lives the perfect suburban life. He believes that Cammie is homeschooled, has a pet cat, and likes the same things he does. What he doesn't know, however, is that Cammie is not who she says she is; she's fed him a web of lies about herself because she cannot tell him who she really is. Trying to keep up her relationship with Josh without her headmistress mother or Josh finding out her secrets while struggling to please Joe Solomon in CoveOps class is almost too hard to do. Something has got to give. What will Cammie choose: her love for a normal boy or her loyalty to her life's calling? This book makes for a quick and light read. More than a few times, the author seems to try too hard with her random humor, which doesn't succeed in making the story funny. That being said, there IS a decent amount of advice on guys that girls might like to read about.
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Cammie Morgan is just ...

Cammie Morgan is just like any girl. She goes to school, hangs out with her best friends, and is crushing on a totally hottie! Except that school she goes to is actually a school for spies, her besties are actually highly skilled operatives-in-training, and that cute boy has no idea! The first book of the Gallagher Girls introduces you to an enthralling story of spies, secret missions, and hot teachers. I would recommend this book to 6th graders and up.

 This book is great. C...

 This book is great. Cammie and her BFF'S are the main characters. Her best friends are Bex and Liz. She falls in love with a boy from Roseville. Josh thinks she is a regular girl. He likes Cammie and has no idea she lies to him. His friend spies on Gallagher Academy. His friend says he's seen her there. She says she doesn't go there. She sneaks out to spy on him and meet him places. Cammie uses the secret passages to meet him. She met him at a carnival. She was just leaving from a Cove Ops assignment. She leaves notes under a stone. He replies to her notes. He then flips the stone over and puts it back. That's how she knows he replied to her.

I kept putting off rea...

I kept putting off reading this book because I had so many other young adult fantasy/romance books on my list. Then, I read that Ally Carter got the inspiration to write the Gallagher Girls books from the TV show Alias, I HAD to start the series. I love strong, spy type of characters that can hold their own as CIA, FBI, or whatever secret style, kick rears and take names kind of descriptions that follow. Just plain, 'ol AWESOME! Oh, I wish I was a Gallagher legacy! I'm typically more of a fantasy reader, but this book drew me in until the end. The main character Cammie and her sidekicks Bex, Liz, and the delinquent heiress Macey are fun to get to know. I would love to have Bex as my best friend. She is tough, yet funny at the same time. Liz would probably get on my nerves, being the know it all, black and white type, but she rounds the team out well. Everyone knows a good spy team needs a geek. Macey is the late comer to the team. She is a black sheep type, but will surprise you as the story unfolds. Minor characters that I hope to learn more about are Cammie's mother, the gorgeous Ex-CIA agent and current Head Mistress of the Academy, and the new Covert Operation teacher, Mr. Solomon. He too is a gorgeous ex-CIA agent. Both of these two were seen dancing at a local event and I'm wondering if things will evolve for these two gorgeous people. I also wonder if this will be OK with Cammie? She and her mother both still mourn the death of her father, who went missing during a mission. While the girls are learning CoveOps this fall semester, Cammie meets a local boy. The girls team up, practicing their skills to make sure he is safe for Cammie to date. The antics they get into while surveilling Josh made me laugh. One of my favorite scenes is where they are almost caught inside Josh's house, try to repel out the window while Liz the Geek gets tangled up in her cables. This is what Cammie says about it: Behind Josh, Bex must have fixed Liz's cable, because I heard the whizzing sound of two people in near free fall and then the clanging of someone landing in a pile of metal trash cans. Thankfully, Josh thinks it's raccoons. I also like how Cammie views herself while spying on Josh: This is probably a pretty good time to point out that while it may appear that I was lurking-I wasn't. Lurking is what creepy guys with random facial hair and stains on their shirts do. Geniuses with three years of top secret spy training don't lurk- we surveil. Ahh, teenage, genius, stalker, rationalization. I love it! Suffice to say, the book takes us through how Cammie sneaks around and dates Josh without anyone except her friends knowing. She knows that what she is doing could be dangerous for the Academy, but the attraction to be with Josh proves too much to resist. Cammie turns out to be a really good covert ops girlfriend, almost making a success of the relationship, although she has had to create a whole different persona just to be with him. They don't call her the Chameleon for nothing. But, when things get out of control and her cover is almost blown, Cammie has do something is that is really hard for her. The climax of the story is so much fun to read. I won't give too much away, but it involves CovertOps, the team, retrieving a disk, Mr. Solomon on the opposing side, and...Josh. The ending of the book leaves you satisfied with Cammie and her team, but in a world of unknown for the future of Cammie and Josh. I really enjoyed reading this book. It was a breathe of fresh reading for me and a very nice change from fantasy. I would say, The Gallegher Girls is like a Tom Clancy novel at the teen level. Since I love the Jack Ryan series of Clancy, that's a huge compliment. This is a great YA spy read!

THIS IS A AMAZING BOOK...

THIS IS A AMAZING BOOK!!!!!! Have you ever wondered how all the great female spies came to be??? They went to the Gallagher Academy! That is the school i want to go to. this book mixes cool spy/action/gadgets with teenage girls. Cameron can hack CIA codes, speak 14 languges, and kill a guy with a piece of uncooked spaghetti. She is ready for any thing... except falling in love. When she falls for a ordinary boy, josh, she does what she is good at. She can hack his email, sneak into his house, tap his phone, and stalk him through town, but can she get him to see who she really is with out blowing her cover? Read this book to find out!

Cammie Morgan goes to ...

Cammie Morgan goes to an all girls school for spies. She knows all the basics of becoming a spy, how to put bugs into the president's limousine, hacking into the library of congress website. The school teaches her everything she needs to know. But one thing the school hasn't taught her is love. So what happens when Cammie falls for a regular boy? Will she walk with him, or will she walk away?

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