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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 Galla I can't believe it had been four years since I last read this book It's a shock because four years ago my life was different than it is today and so was I I couldn't wait to reread this book not just because I had missed it but also to see how I would react to it now that I'm four years older and with experiences behind me It was different When I read this book for the first and second times I was like Cammie Well I had seen regular boys in my daily life and talked with some but I was spending time with female friends and I had little to no experience in the romantic department with boys But well this time around I had some of that So I did see Cammie's relationship with Josh to be juvenileDuring my other readings of this book I found their interactions to be oh so adorable and combined with the spy stuff it really made this book seem exciting original and memorable Now though I thought about Cammie's living a double life and creating herself a seemingly perfect and normal family She has a secret she can't tell this new person she wants to know better and cares about She lies to him continuously Four years ago I thought ''Well yeah she does lie and she is not being herself in this relationship but that doesn't mean it can't be real and last'' This time mature me thought ''Well they're having fun and making lovely memories but a relationship that starts with a lie and continues with lies cannot survive Someone will get hurt And someone will always be in the dark Josh since Cammie cannot tell him the truth They cannot have an open and honest relationship''Crazy isn't it how we can see something one way during a certain stage in our lives and see it another way during another one2016 reviewYesterday I was in a book slump I hadn’t been in a book slump for years To cure myself I decided to reread a favourite series of mine—The Gallagher Girls The key to loving this series is to not take it too seriously It’s a series that explores the idea of being a teenage spy going to a boarding school that teaches spies how to neutralize an enemy dozen of foreign languages to unravel a bomb and other kickass things necessary for teenage spies to knowIt’s up to the readers to decide if to believe or not all they’re reading about but it truly isn’t very hard to because Ally Carter created something amazing here She designed a world building like a real architect It’s almost as good as the world building in Harry Potter and I’m not even joking hereThis first book is packed with spy secrets and adventures but mostly it’s a fun story about a spy girl—Cammie—who has never interacted with a guy her age before encountering a hottie during her first mission No one was supposed to notice her but he didWhat I like most about this book is that the romance is not the most important part It’s not solely focused on Cammie and Josh Every chapter makes us learn new things about the school the students and the teachers And we haven’t learned everything yet; there’s still so much left to discoverReading this series makes the reader feel like they're part of something specialBD | Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’

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I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have to Kill YouPhone 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 sopho year she's on her most dangerous mission falling in lov I am a daydreamer—I think most readers are As a freshman in high school I had a recurring fantasy about being a spy At the time I was taking Russian classes back when the Cold War was a recent memory and spent hours imagining what life would be like if I’d been bred for espionage What if I were fluent in fourteen languages? What if I could kill a man or woman with a ketchup bottle?I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have to Kill You by Ally Carter is my teenage fantasy come to lifeCammie Morgan has an elite spy heritage Her mother is a former spy and her father died plying his trade She attends Gallagher Academy an all female spy school and knows over a dozen languages several forms of martial arts and the tango Cammie is the epitome of female empowermentSo why did this young adult novel leave me disappointed?I often had the sense that the book the first in a series is just a glorified screenplay The action scenes—and there are several—do not play well on paper and seem better suited to the screen In one scene Cammie’s friend Liz dangles precariously from a rooftop “She tried to hang on to a gutter but slipped and soon she was swinging off the side of the house” 112 I couldn’t help but wonder if Carter envisioned a movie as she wrote these scenesI love young adult novels—and sometimes I worry I still have the mentality of a 13 year old This book though allayed my fears One of Cammie’s teachers—Mr Solomon—is a sexy former spy I kept wishing for of Mr Solomon I wondered if there was a possible romance brewing between him and Cammie's widowed mother I cared about his love life than Cammie’s And that is not a good signI am officially old

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doc á reader I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have to Kill You ✓ 9781423100034 à Ally Carter à 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 martiGher 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 3755 stars “You shouldn't judge someone until you've walk a mile through an underground tunnel in her uncomfortable shoes” I had a tough time deciding on the final rating of this book Most of the time my enjoyment was on the 4 star level but this book also isn't flawless and some parts begged for logical 3 star rating In the end I'm going to give it lower 4 stars because it was so much fun and an amazing introduction to a potentially kick butt series I'm very excited to continueOne of the things I enjoyed most about it was the setting of the secret spy school The Gallagher Academy iself the teachers and subjects I found myself wanting to know about each individual subject especially I'm hoping we get to know much about the classes in the seuels “If you can be still enough and common enough then it's really easy to be invisible” Another pro of this book Gallagher Academy is an all girls boarding school so there was a lot of female friendship Each girl has her own distinctive personality and it was simply fun to follow Cammie and the girls attending espionage classes and taking on their new spy project involving The Subject of Cammie's interest “Did you say something Macey?' I asked but she cut me a look that could kill She reached into her bag ripped off a sliver of Evapopaper and scribbled'Can we study tonight? Tell anyone and I'll kill you in you sleep” It was a lot of fun Fast and easy read to get through uickly But at the same time the humour combined with some slightly serious elements which makes me hope for action intrigue and general kick assness in the seuelsThe romantic aspect of the book was just ok ish The romance wasn't the strongest point of the book which I stated above but nor was it a con either Josh alias The Subject was rather bland character Nice normal guy but very bland character overall That's why I like the first half and the very last part of the book than the second half The second half was a bit too focused on the romantic aspect understandably but it just wasn't my favourite Cute but ultimately forgottable aspect of the book for me Relating to that there was the minor thing that made me cringe How much the town kids disliked and dismayed the supposedly rich boarding school girls Like Josh's friend Dillon hated them so much he even lowered to publicly harassing a girl for no reason whatsoever Because she was rich and priviledged to him And I can also point out that he lives in a middle class american suburban neighborhood which the heroine described as very nice looking He is a privileged kid himself so don't even start me on that oneHim and the other guys in his group to not only disdain but outright mock and hate on the girls 247 was just such an unecessary element to the book Not prevalent throughout don't worry but it was not my fave Over the top unrealistic and fake and honestly nope But this is about the only real con I have about the book so safe to say it was a great ride anyway “Women of the Gallagher Academy who comes here? she asked Just then every girl at every table even the newbies stood and said in unison We are the sisters of Gillian Why do you come? my mother asked To learn her skills Honor her sword And keep her secretsTo what end do you work? To the cause of justice and light How long will you strive? For all the days of our lives we finished and I felt a little like a character in one of my grandma's soap operas” THE GALLAGHER GIRLS CASTCameron Cammie MorganCodename The ChameleonInfo Main heroine Her mother Rachel Morgan is kick ass headmistress of the Gallagher Academy Good at going unnoticed Rebecca Bex BaxterCodename The DuchessInfo Only Brittish student of the Academy Loves attention and danger Beautiful Good actress Elizabeth Liz SuttonCodename The BookwormInfo Studious Smart A clutz in the field Loves taking notes Macey McHenryCodename nonexistent yetInfo The newcommer Seemingly perfect Rich father Lonely Hard on the outside nice on the inside somewhere deep downOverall a great start to a fun spy series with boarding school setting girl friendship and lots of promise