The Secret Life of a Spy

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Emma Selner writes, The three books: I’d Tell You I Love You…

The three books: I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You,Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy, and Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover, are a thrilling series written by Ally Carter. The main character, Cammie Morgan, and her roommates find themselves in Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women. But this isn’t your average boarding school, it’s a undercover spy academy for girls. Cammie, Macey, Bex, and Liz take you on the adventure of a lifetime. This should definitely be on your ‘Books To Read’ list. (I recommend these books for 11 to 15 year-olds)I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You(released May 1 2006)Gallagher Academy for Exception Young Women is not your typical boarding school. (Just exclude the fact that in computer classes, they break CIA codes for extra credit, learn martial arts in P.E., and their chemistry classes consist of the latest chemical warfare.)Things become a mess, when teenage spy, Cammie Morgan, meets an average boy who thinks that she is an average girl. How can she ever have a relationship with a boy who she can’t completely reveal herself to?? Cammie has done some pretty risky things, but falling in love might be the worst so far.Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy(Released October 1, 2007)As Cammie begins her spring semester as a sophmore at Gallagher Academy, she has quite a few things on her mind.. Why is her mom acting weird? Will her ex-boyfriend remember her even existing? All she wishes for is a nice, calm, uneventful semester. Unfortunately, that isn’t going to happen. Luckily, one of the greatest things you will learn as a spy is to always be ready for the unexpected, which should come in handy for the Gallagher girls this semester…Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover(released June 9, 2009)Cammie Morgan, teenage spy, visits her roomate, Macey, in Boston, and her Dad is running for Vice President. Cammie and Macey are soon caught up in a kidnappers plan. The new semester begins, but the events of Boston still haunt her, and no where, even her beloved school, Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, doesn’t feel safe anymore. Who can the girls trust? Whose after Macey? Who is on what side? All the endless questions swirl around the girls’ head as they get closer to a surprising revelation.ENJOY!

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  1. I love these books they are awesome!
    I love these books they are awesome! that is an awesome review! and you didn’t give any thing away

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