Tuesday, August 18, 2009

I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You, by Ally Carter

This is the first book in the Gallagher Girls series. Cammie Morgan is the daughter of the headmistress of the Gallagher Acadamey for Exceptional Young Women. Their school isn't what it is made out to be (a boarding school for rich girls) it's actually a top secret, all girl spy school. Cammie meets Josh when a mission for one of her classes brings her to Roseville, Virginia. She falls in love with him, but how can she see him more if she has to stay on the school property? Cammie and her friends break a lot of rules for Josh...is he really worth it?? What will he do when he figures out that Cammie is lying to him to keep her cover? Oh, and what about Macey McHenry? Is she really cut out to be a spy? Will she ever learn to be nice? This book was so good that I read it in a day!
5 stars,

1 comment:

  1. I hate you "jimmy".
    No hard feelings, Cammie, i just dont like him.
    He's too "rounded". sorry if thats confusing to you. i have a strange way of looking at the world. and books.
    but really- there is no ADVENTURE IN HIM! NTOHING! He has no character tyoe, no interest!
    He is even worse than Harry Potter!!!! (dont take me wrong i love that series i just hate the main chararacter. yes that is possible.)
    Dont worry readers who are moved by this post- Cammie gets better taste in the second one. haha.
    ps. dont let my opinions change your opinion of this book. it really is a great book. no, beter than great. i just wanted to say how bad that character is.