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United We Spy
by Ally Carter


Cammie now ahs lost her memory and her father but in this last book of the series she finds her greatest mission yet. Her and her friends now know why the Circle of Cavan has been hunting her and they must stop the terrorist organization before they start something that could change her and her country forever. This was an incredible, thrilling finale to the Gallagher series, a nice wrap up of the whole series.


Out of Sight, Out of Time
by Ally Carter


Cammie doesn't remember anything- she woke up in September only remembering that the last thing she did was leave the Academy to protect her friends and family from the Circle. But her whole summer went by and she doesn't remember a thing. The only clues of what she did is the bruises and dirt under her nails. When she got home she realizes her school has more questions than answers. Cammie, her friends and Zach, the mysterious spy guy face their most difficult challenge- to travel across the world to peice together clues that Cammie left behind. The Circle is on their trail and won't stop at anything to stop Cammie from remembering what she did during her summer. This was an enjoyable fifth Gallagher Girls book, maybe a bit worse than the last but the series so far overall is great.


Only The Good Spy Young
by Ally Carter


Cammie knew she was preparing for the dangerous life of a spy when she enrolled at the Gallagher Academy but she didn't know it would start as soon as her junior year. But 2 months ago she faced a terrorist organization that was determined to kidnap. Now even as Cammie the "Chameleon" the danger is following her and she can't hide. In London, an encounter reveals one of her most trusted allies is a double agent and Cammie doesn't know who she can trust-if anyone. This was a great fourth book in the Gallagher Girls series, where the girls must hack and lie, spy and steal to get to the truth.


Stones On A Grave
by Kathy Kacer


The very first sentence of this booked hooked me! The way the author uses such relatable character and talks about real world problems is so admirable. It really teaches children about our pasts and how to rebuild them. Such an excellent read!


Keeper Of The Lost Cities
by Shannon Messenger


This was such an amazing book. I would definitely recommend it to people who love fantasy and adventure. Shannon wrote this book with lots of care to remove any plot holes that could come up as well as hook the reader straight from the very first sentence.


Sisters Of The Vast Black
by Lina Rather


I know this book is a novella, but I still wish it was longer. I loved the premise, the well-drawn, interesting characters, and the themes that developed over the course of the story. The ending was incredibly poignant.


Dont Judge A Girl By Her Cover
by Ally Carter


In this third book of the Gallagher Girls series, Cammie is visiting her roommate Macey in Boston. although she thinks she's in for an exciting end to her summer -she is there to watch Macey's father's election-when you go to the worlds best school for spies exciting is close to 'deadly'. Cammie and Macey find themselves trapped in a kidnappers plot with only their espionage skills to help them. Cammie join her two other best friends Bex and Liz as they try to figure out who was after Macey and how can they keep her safe? They must use their spy training as the stakes are raised and Cammie gets closer to the truth. This was another very enjoyable read in this series. There was more action in this one-something I thought added nicely to the story.


Cross My Heart And Hope To Spy
by Ally Carter


Cammie was forced to give up her first boyfriend, after staking out and obtaining him and now all Cammie wants is a peaceful semester. Except she goes to the premier school for girl spies so that is easier said than done. There are a bunch of things Cammie doesn't know-even with her super high IQ- like how much trouble is she in after the last semester and why her mother is acting strange. Even her best intentions to be a normal student fails-trouble seems to follow her. Cammie and her friends find out Gallagher Academy is hosting some mysterious guest soon and then she's blamed for a security breach that could've revealed the schools secrets. Her friends help her by crawling through the walls and setting up surveillance to learn the truth of what the schools guests are up to and to clear Cammie's name. They are confident in their spy skills but this time the target is tougher and the stakes are higher. This was the second in the Gallagher Girls series-another charming read.


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


Cammie Morgan goes to a fancy snobby girls prep school. Or that's what it seems on the outside. But it's actually a school for spies, where the girls learn things to help them in the espionage business to follow in some of their parents' footsteps. Cammie knows how to kill a man 7 ways with her bare hands and many other useful things-for a spy- but she doesn't know what to do when she meets a normal boy who thinks she's a normal girl. She can do many spy-ish things but she doesn't know if she can make a relationship with someone who can never know the truth about her. This was a charming story -the first in a series.


Imagine Me
by Tahereh Mafi


Juliette-now Ella- doesn't know the difference between her two lives. She doesn't know which is the lie and which is the truth-Juliette Ferrars or Ella Sommers. It has become more complicated now that Ella knows what Juliette was created for, and she struggles to understand her past. The lines between right and wrong between Ella and Juliette start to blur as she looks toward a very uncertain future. And old enemies might mean her destiny is not hers to control. This was an enjoyable finale to the 6 book Shatter Me series, and in it Ella/Juliette might not get to choose what side she fights for.
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