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Die Gallagher Akademie für hochbegabte junge Mädchen ist alles andere als eine gewöhnliche Mädchenschule, auch wenn es auf den ersten Blick so scheint. Denn hier werden die Top-Agentinnen von morgen ausgebildet! Doch was passiert, wenn sich ein Gallagher Girl in einen ganz normalen Jungen verliebt? Cameron Cammie Morgan beherrscht zwar 14 Sprachen, kann sich wie ein Chamäl Die Gallagher Akademie für hochbegabte junge Mädchen ist alles andere als eine gewöhnliche Mädchenschule, auch wenn es auf den ersten Blick so scheint. Denn hier werden die Top-Agentinnen von morgen ausgebildet! Doch was passiert, wenn sich ein Gallagher Girl in einen ganz normalen Jungen verliebt? Cameron Cammie Morgan beherrscht zwar 14 Sprachen, kann sich wie ein Chamäleon tarnen und CIA-Codes knacken, aber die Gallagher Akademie hat sie nicht auf das erste Herzklopfen vorbereitet. Als sie Josh trifft, wird ihr Leben komplett auf den Kopf gestellt. Klar ist sie in der Lage, sein Handy abzuhören, aber kann so überhaupt eine Beziehung funktionieren? Ihr Freund darf niemals die Wahrheit über Cammies Schule, ihre Familie von Top-Agenten und ihr wirkliches Leben erfahren.


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Die Gallagher Akademie für hochbegabte junge Mädchen ist alles andere als eine gewöhnliche Mädchenschule, auch wenn es auf den ersten Blick so scheint. Denn hier werden die Top-Agentinnen von morgen ausgebildet! Doch was passiert, wenn sich ein Gallagher Girl in einen ganz normalen Jungen verliebt? Cameron Cammie Morgan beherrscht zwar 14 Sprachen, kann sich wie ein Chamäl Die Gallagher Akademie für hochbegabte junge Mädchen ist alles andere als eine gewöhnliche Mädchenschule, auch wenn es auf den ersten Blick so scheint. Denn hier werden die Top-Agentinnen von morgen ausgebildet! Doch was passiert, wenn sich ein Gallagher Girl in einen ganz normalen Jungen verliebt? Cameron Cammie Morgan beherrscht zwar 14 Sprachen, kann sich wie ein Chamäleon tarnen und CIA-Codes knacken, aber die Gallagher Akademie hat sie nicht auf das erste Herzklopfen vorbereitet. Als sie Josh trifft, wird ihr Leben komplett auf den Kopf gestellt. Klar ist sie in der Lage, sein Handy abzuhören, aber kann so überhaupt eine Beziehung funktionieren? Ihr Freund darf niemals die Wahrheit über Cammies Schule, ihre Familie von Top-Agenten und ihr wirkliches Leben erfahren.

30 review for Spione küsst man nicht (Gallagher Girls #1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lola

    Yesterday, 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 know. It’s up to the readers to decide if t Yesterday, 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 know. It’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 here. This 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 did. What 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 discover. Reading this series makes the reader feel like he’s part of something special. BD | Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google+ | Bloglovin’

  2. 3 out of 5

    Steph (Reviewer X)

    I picked this book up because of all the media hyper surrounding it—the Disney option and the New York Times bestseller status, not to mention the cute cover and interesting premise. Who hasn’t found themselves imagining what it would be like to be a secret government operative during an especially boring Physics lecture? Behold: the appeal of this book (to me, at least). With all this in mind, why oh why was I so disappointed upon finishing it? Because this book was subpar to its media attention. I picked this book up because of all the media hyper surrounding it—the Disney option and the New York Times bestseller status, not to mention the cute cover and interesting premise. Who hasn’t found themselves imagining what it would be like to be a secret government operative during an especially boring Physics lecture? Behold: the appeal of this book (to me, at least). With all this in mind, why oh why was I so disappointed upon finishing it? Because this book was subpar to its media attention. The writing, the characters and the subplot were average. Boring. I didn’t learn anything particularly new reading it, I wasn’t entertained, and I wasn’t blown away with Ally Carter’s prose. What’s ironic is, the elements that would’ve made this novel a winner—such as character development, for starters—were all there. The girls had interesting (and heartbreaking) backgrounds. But those were for the most part ignored, except for some scenes where Cammie feels the loss that her friend could be facing and feels the loss of her own father, which I felt were the best parts in this entire novel. Because of all the superfluous jokes and one-liners inserted in places that did not require the likes of them. (And usually in parentheses and followed by an exclamation point so the reader can feel the excitement!) The only comment I have of this is: Uncooked spaghetti is not as clever a weapon choice as the author seems to think it is... Because of the underdeveloped relationship between Josh (is that his name? I can’t be bothered to check) and Cammie. I would’ve liked to see the beginning stages of first love instead of being told, after the fact, that they went to such and such movie or something equally nondescript. With a book based on the challenges of falling in love as a spy and having to lead a double life, one would’ve thought such details of the romance would be shared from time to time. Because of the main character. No way in hell is she sixteen and no way in hell is someone that average, intelligence-wise, would be qualified to go to such a pizzazz school like Gallagher Academy. Oh, and, how was she able to fool the adults in that place even for a second? What does that say about the school we are led to believe is The Godsend of Security? I’m not understanding what makes this as popular as it is. It’s not really funny and it’s not really bright. What gives? The only redeeming quality it has, in my opinion, is that it’s making me re-evaluate my verdict of The Squad: Killer Spirit by Jennifer Lynn Barnes, which I am coming to realize is infinitely better. If I had to describe this book in a word, it’d be: Lifeless. No real stakes and no stimulating qualities. Get it from the library.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Giselle

    Yes. I'm a full grown adult. Yes, I thought this was pretty freaking awesome! Don't laugh at me!! *scowls* These are the kinds of books I turn to when I want something fun and silly; a change of pace. A high-school-drama-filled book that I can read and enjoy without the need to use my brain a whole lot. It doesn't claim to be a deeply significant story that will blow your mind with its complexity. It's a relatively straightforward plot, but with all kinds of shameless fun, plenty of humor, an ado Yes. I'm a full grown adult. Yes, I thought this was pretty freaking awesome! Don't laugh at me!! *scowls* These are the kinds of books I turn to when I want something fun and silly; a change of pace. A high-school-drama-filled book that I can read and enjoy without the need to use my brain a whole lot. It doesn't claim to be a deeply significant story that will blow your mind with its complexity. It's a relatively straightforward plot, but with all kinds of shameless fun, plenty of humor, an adorable romance, and of course, cool gadgets. Welcome to spy school! "Every time I caught a glance at the world around us, I saw another year of my life flash before my eyes." Cammie, spy in training, is witty, smart, independent, yet clueless when it comes to boys. She's the perfect protagonist for this story. She got me laughing at her ridiculous antics and hilarious inner (sometimes outer) dialogue. Obviously, being a teenager, she makes plenty of dumb decisions especially when it comes to a boy she likes. However, her own logic is intelligent enough to make it rather amusing instead of annoying. Alongside Cammie we've got a truly fantastic cast of supporting characters who are well-rendered with relevant roles and loud personalities. Friends, family, teachers, classmates, outsiders; there's a big bunch of colorful characters which I think is the main reason why I enjoyed this rather fluffy plot so much. The spy elements in the story are kept fairly simple. We do see the characters in spy-mode, but it's nothing that got me taking notes (yet. - Hey, you never know!). I found this book to be more of an introduction to the spy-school. We begin to uncover the secrets behind Gallagher Academy, which is thought to be a school for privileged elites, but instead, brims with magical possibilities and secret passageways. Oh, and martial arts training!! Boarding school stories are a guilty pleasure of mine. It's unfamiliar territory for me in my small town, nowhere, Canada; I find myself enchanted by their mystique. Since I know we've only just scratched the surface of this uncanny school, I'm particularly looking forward to digging deeper inside its walls, as well as its inhabitants. This first book in the Gallagher Girls series has a plot that concentrates more on the cute, though predictable, romance between the protagonist and an outsider who has no idea what he's getting into. Strangely, with this said, regardless of how different both series obviously are, I kept being reminded of Harry Potter. The magical, secretive school, the large cast of sparkling personalities; evidently this series is quite a bit more frivolous and lighthearted (at least so far), but the vibe I get from it feels similar. Fun and quirky, immature at times, implausible yet entertaining, I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You - which by the way I have to admit I love the titles in this series - is a delightful escape from reality. Yes it's written for young'uns, but damn it, I had fun too! -- For more of my reviews, visit my blog at Xpresso Reads

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.com Welcome to The Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, an all-girls school located just outside of Roseville, Virginia. Anyone looking at this elite private boarding school would see just what The Gallagher Academy wants you to see--a preppy school for privileged girls, complete with a guardhouse and stone wall to keep the curious away from their precious charges. And they'd be right, of course, and yet they would be so very, very wrong! Because The Gall Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.com Welcome to The Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, an all-girls school located just outside of Roseville, Virginia. Anyone looking at this elite private boarding school would see just what The Gallagher Academy wants you to see--a preppy school for privileged girls, complete with a guardhouse and stone wall to keep the curious away from their precious charges. And they'd be right, of course, and yet they would be so very, very wrong! Because The Gallagher Academy isn't exactly what it appears to be. It's an elite school, that's for sure, and the only boys who grace its grounds are the male teachers. After that, though, the similarities between The Gallagher Academy and every other elite boarding school in the world ends. Instead of math and reading, English and horseback-riding, the girls who attend this school take courses in Covert Operations, Ancient Languages, Countries of the World, Culture and Assimilation, and Protection and Enforcement. The Gallagher Academy is, in a word, a school for spies. Cammie Morgan is a second-generation Gallagher girl--her mother, who also attended the school, is now the headmistress. Her two best friends, Liz and Bex, are both super-smart, and the best spies-in-training she knows (except for Liz's lack of coordination, but that's another story). Cammie has spent most of her life inside the walls of The Gallagher Academy, and now that another semester is starting, complete with new CoveOps teacher, hunky Joe Solomon, she's really looking forward to the new school year. But then things start to get a little out of control. Mr. Solomon seems to know all about Cammie's missing-and-presumed-dead father. She meets a boy in town, Josh, who finally sees her, really sees her, like no one else ever has. After all, she didn't get her nickname, "the chameleon," for nothing. But now Cammie is balancing on a dangerous ledge--knowing that no one outside of the gates of The Gallagher Academy can ever know who she truly is, and wanting nothing more than to spill all of her secrets to Josh. As lies tangle with truths, as first love duels with obligation, Cammie will need to learn exactly what it means to be a spy, her mother's daughter, and a young girl falling in love. I'D TELL YOU I LOVE YOU, BUT THEN I'D HAVE TO KILL YOU is a wonderful, laugh-out-loud, action-adventure extravaganza. Filled with plenty of cool gadgets, intriguing teachers, and heart-pounding first-love moments to keep the reader interested, you won't be able to put this book down once you start. A true winner, and I definitely can't wait for a sequel!

  5. 3 out of 5

    Leanna

    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 life. Ca 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 life. Cammie 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 empowerment. So, 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 scenes. I 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 more of Mr. Solomon. I wondered if there was a possible romance brewing between him and Cammie's widowed mother. I cared more about his love life than Cammie’s. And that is not a good sign. I am, officially, old.

  6. 3 out of 5

    may ❀

    This whole book was a buzzkill. I came for spies and bada*sery and instead got soul mates and puke-inducing cliches I would most definitely consider this as middle school genre rather than YA bc it really lacks in the writing, the plot, and the characters. The writing is so juvenile and the humour is so forced im still cringing from exposure The characters are annoying as frick man. I’d like to propose a new rule, the first being that a 14 year old should not refer to their spy teacher as ‘sexy’ o This whole book was a buzzkill. I came for spies and bada*sery and instead got soul mates and puke-inducing cliches I would most definitely consider this as middle school genre rather than YA bc it really lacks in the writing, the plot, and the characters. The writing is so juvenile and the humour is so forced im still cringing from exposure The characters are annoying as frick man. I’d like to propose a new rule, the first being that a 14 year old should not refer to their spy teacher as ‘sexy’ or ‘smokin’’ bc that just made me retch into a bin The only reason I read this book, is bc I made a deal with the devil, and she still hadn’t done her part of the deal but I’m forced to commit myself to the rest of this series and now im mourning over my existence At least the books are short but im honestly praying that this series gets a whole lot better bc its so boring and mundane and PREDICTABLE as hell right now Like honestly, there was SUCH an opportunity to twist the whole story around and make it 110% more interesting (view spoiler)[ if Josh had been in on everything that would be been at least 7/10 (hide spoiler)] but nooooooo no one likes to listen to me Maybe I would have appreciated this book more if I was 13 or 14 but current me is v v v unimpressed 1.5 stars bc I value our friendship

  7. 4 out of 5

    Phrynne

    Cute, funny, entertaining, very definitely young adult but still well written and readable for an older age group. I read this for a challenge and was glad I did, as it probably would not have been on my reading list otherwise and I would have missed out! For once, the girl was an individual who kept to her main target in life despite having to sacrifice some personal things along the way - that included her boyfriend. The action takes place in a school which is reminiscent of Hogwarts only this t Cute, funny, entertaining, very definitely young adult but still well written and readable for an older age group. I read this for a challenge and was glad I did, as it probably would not have been on my reading list otherwise and I would have missed out! For once, the girl was an individual who kept to her main target in life despite having to sacrifice some personal things along the way - that included her boyfriend. The action takes place in a school which is reminiscent of Hogwarts only this time it is for spying, not magic. And all the pupils are girls. With extremely high IQs. It was all very interesting. A fun read and one which I am just going to have to follow up. I now need to know what happens to Cammie and Josh next!!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ivana A.

    Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest If you are looking for a refreshing Young-Adult read, with college unlike any other - this is the perfect book for you. I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You is the first book from the Gallagher Girl series, where we meet girls that go to a school for spies, and nobody except them, knows it. The Gallagher Academy is a typical all-girls-school, except, instead of normal subjects, they learn advanced martial arts and chemical warf Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest If you are looking for a refreshing Young-Adult read, with college unlike any other - this is the perfect book for you. I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You is the first book from the Gallagher Girl series, where we meet girls that go to a school for spies, and nobody except them, knows it. The Gallagher Academy is a typical all-girls-school, except, instead of normal subjects, they learn advanced martial arts and chemical warfare studies, they have exams where they need to spy, or go unnoticed, or steal. We meet Cammie Morgan, who happens to be the headmistress's daughter, and when she goes on a mission and gets noticed by a boy - everything changes and her life is suddenly everything but normal. She knows how to kill a man in seven different ways, and she can speak fourteen languages, but when a cute boy comes and says hi - she is definitely not trained for that. What's worst - he thinks she's just an ordinary girl, and she is falling in love with him. Sure, she can tap his phone, hack into his computer, and track him through town without his ever being the wiser - but can she have a relationship with a regular boy who can never know the truth about her? Cammie may be an elite spy-in-training, but in her sophomore year, she's beginning her most dangerous mission - falling in love. I loved the writing style, and I loved something new and refreshing - it is a plot that I haven't read before, and I really enjoyed it. Sometimes when it felt a bit childish, I would remember I am not thirteen anymore, but even now at twenty-one, I got lost into this silly world of spy girls and the drama and love life of Cammie. I liked Cammie - she is the type of girl that you would love to have as a friend, because she always makes you giggle with her silly comments. I also liked how brave and honest she was - not always honest though… Sometimes, she was too whiney for her own good, and making little things out of nothing, but then again, all teens kind of do that all the time, so it's acceptable. I loved her friends - they were such a team, and always covering their backs. I loved how, even despite all their differences, they manages to fit right in and have their own impact to the group friendship. Overall, quite an enjoyable read and I would definitely recommend it to you guys, if you love anything YA, or fantasy, or spy girls, or college related. I enjoyed this book, and I wish I read it way sooner. I can't wait to read the rest of the series as well. Thank you to my friend and author, Michael Kott, that send me this book after recommending it to me, as Ally Carter is one of his favourite authors, and he enjoyed this book as well. Check out his book Piasa - it is amazing! Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sue (Hollywood News Source)

    REREAD: July 2015 Since, I finished Gallagher Girls recently, certain things has been bugging. I simply have to read it. All I can say is I love it so much better now. And I could help but to chuckle darkly at what's about to come for them. Oh my sweet summer children. Initial reading date: January 20, 2015 Gallagher Girls has been sitting in my kindle for a while and I actually tried reading it before, but I wasn't impressed with the writing. The funny thing about it, I talk like the protagonist REREAD: July 2015 Since, I finished Gallagher Girls recently, certain things has been bugging. I simply have to read it. All I can say is I love it so much better now. And I could help but to chuckle darkly at what's about to come for them. Oh my sweet summer children. Initial reading date: January 20, 2015 Gallagher Girls has been sitting in my kindle for a while and I actually tried reading it before, but I wasn't impressed with the writing. The funny thing about it, I talk like the protagonist online and offline. I used a lot of exclamation points and unnecessary parenthesis. I didn't realized how annoying that is until I'm not the one who's doing it. The good thing is, I got used to it and it eventually got better. This is not a perfect book. There were some snubbing other girls part, but overall it is sweet and adventurous.  

  10. 5 out of 5

    Caryn

    I liked this book in the same way that I like the Princess Diaries movies (1 and 2). It's cute. It makes me feel warm and fuzzy. I giggle when it's witty. And when the lights come up (or I reach the back cover), there's a smile on my face. Cammie "The Chameleon" goes to a spy school. I mean, how cool is that! Yes, at times, the plot is cringe-worthy (I mean, the basic conflict is the fact that she can't tell the perfect boy that she can throw him to the pavement from six different positions), but I liked this book in the same way that I like the Princess Diaries movies (1 and 2). It's cute. It makes me feel warm and fuzzy. I giggle when it's witty. And when the lights come up (or I reach the back cover), there's a smile on my face. Cammie "The Chameleon" goes to a spy school. I mean, how cool is that! Yes, at times, the plot is cringe-worthy (I mean, the basic conflict is the fact that she can't tell the perfect boy that she can throw him to the pavement from six different positions), but the dialogue is good, and you can tell that Ally really had a lot of fun with her concept. I think that's the key to young adult books: really falling in love with what you've created. Becoming so enamoured, so enthralled in the world your characters inhabit that it becomes a part of you, becomes the language in which you speak. Rowling did it (see Harry Potter), Riordan did it (see Percy Jackson), and Skye did it (see Leven Thumps). And, let's face it. It would make a beautiful movie. Much of the humor is situational, which translates really well to the screen, and the story is short enough that there won't be any need to remove important plot points (can anyone say Order of the Phoenix?) Disney. Please. Do it. This is what summer reading is all about.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Zoha

    “I suppose a lot of teenage girls feel invisible sometimes, like they just disappear. Well, that's me—Cammie, the Chameleon. But I'm luckier than most because, at my school, that's considered cool.-I go to a school for spies.” "Learn Her Skills, Honor Her Sword, Keep Her Secrets" Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women is an all-girls school. To the outsiders, it is an elite school for spoiled snobs; to the insiders, a spy-school for the genius girls. The school trains its students in diffe “I suppose a lot of teenage girls feel invisible sometimes, like they just disappear. Well, that's me—Cammie, the Chameleon. But I'm luckier than most because, at my school, that's considered cool.-I go to a school for spies.” "Learn Her Skills, Honor Her Sword, Keep Her Secrets" Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women is an all-girls school. To the outsiders, it is an elite school for spoiled snobs; to the insiders, a spy-school for the genius girls. The school trains its students in different fields including, Advanced Languages and Covert Operations! *HOW cool is that!* The building is pristine; the faculty is gorgeous*cough* Joe Solomon*cough* (also trained and able but who cares, right?) ; the classes are fun! The Plot Cammie Morgon is a sophomore in Gallagher Academy. Ask her to: Speak 14 languages, ✅ Hack a computer, ✅ Crack security, ✅ Kill a person. ✅ With pleasure! BUT Dressing up, ❎ Meeting a boy, ❎ Go on dates ❎ Being Normal ❎ NEGATIVE! When she meets Joshua Abrams, a perfectly normal boy, she faced difficulties to have a relationship with him. So she and her friends decided to make him the subject of her new secret Covert Operation! Characters: Cameron Morgon ; The Girl Cammie is the Chameleon! She comes from the family of spies and goes to the school for spies where her mother is the headmistress. Her favorite class is CovOps. She is brave and loyal. She has the uncanny ability to go unnoticed, hence the name Chameleon! Fun fact: She has an imaginary cat, Suzie! Joshua Abram aka The Sweet Guy Josh is a sweet boy. He is a normal teenager who goes to a normal school where he studies normal subjects with his normal friends. Umm.... there is nothing more to his character except he is a subject of Cammie's interests. Rachel Morgon; The Mom Cammie's mom and Gallagher's Headmistress, Rachel is described breathtakingly beautiful by Cammie. She is also the retired CIA officer. She is an excellent spy and a great mom! She is a very cool Mom! (view spoiler)[Seriously! Who else foster their children after they screwed big time!! (hide spoiler)] Joe Solomon aka Teacher I'd Like To Kiss Mr. Solomon is the new CovOp teacher. He is incredibly handsome! According to Cammie, he capable of making "James Bond feel insecure" and Indiana Jones look like a "momma's boy". He is also very tough on students and (view spoiler)[I can't believe there was a time in the book when I began to hate him. (hide spoiler)] Elizabeth Sutton aka The Genius Liz is one of the smartest people on the Earth, has photographic memory the kind of character that makes you feel like a dumb or a loser! Rebecca Baxter aka The Beautiful Bex is confident, beautiful, has an English accent and is an excellent spy! (Don't look at me like this Gallagher academy is supposed to be for exceptional young women!) Macey McHenry aka The Perfect The new addition in the sisterhood of Gallagher girls, Macey fought hard to make her place in the trio and guess what? She won!! *surprise* Once an apple of discord is now the apple of their eyes!! She was rejected or dropped out of the fry-pan of every other school and fall directly into the fire of Gallagher's spool. The four of them combined was a hurricane of awesomeness and fun! This is the most underrated book I've read! I mean no damsel in distress, but heroes in heels?? What more can you ask for in a book?? Happy reading!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    I had so much fun reading this! I already had the hugest smile on my face by page 2 and it didn’t leave until the very last page. It’s such a feel good, fluffy, downright hilarious book and I’m so upset right now that I don’t own the rest of the series. It’s the kind of book that can pull you out of a reading slump, that feels effortless to read and that just makes reading so much fun! Cammie Morgan goes to the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, which sounds like a fancy school for ri I had so much fun reading this! I already had the hugest smile on my face by page 2 and it didn’t leave until the very last page. It’s such a feel good, fluffy, downright hilarious book and I’m so upset right now that I don’t own the rest of the series. It’s the kind of book that can pull you out of a reading slump, that feels effortless to read and that just makes reading so much fun! Cammie Morgan goes to the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, which sounds like a fancy school for rich kids, but is actually a school for spies. An all-girls school for spies. And Cammie is very good when it comes to spy stuff, but when she meets a boy, Josh, and pretends to be a normal girl for his sake, things get interesting and complicated. The thing that I LOVE about this book is the focus that it puts on the friendship between girls. Despite the fact that Cammie’s adventures revolve around Josh, the heart of this book is the relationship between Cammie and her friends and her mother. I love how girl-centered this book is, because we need more books like this: books that show girls are kick ass, are smart, can be spies while being feminine and girly at the same time, are close with each other and have each other’s backs. The only other book that gave me the same feeling was Vampire Academy, because of Rose and Lissa’s friendship (speaking of VA, go read that series, okay?). The writing is so so funny. It’s easy to follow, but alluring at the same time. I flew through this and I could have easily read it in one sitting, with enough time. It’s just all around fun, witty and it made me feel warm and fuzzy. If you’re looking for something contemporary and easy to read, look no further and give this book a try. You won’t regret it! Favourite quotes: “I think it’s kinda nice.’ And I did. my mom isn’t famous for her pies. No, she’s famous for defusing a nuclear device in Brussels with only a pair of cuticle scissors and a ponytail holder. Somehow, at the moment, pies seemed cooler.” “The time for crying with your girlfriends about a broken heart is over chocolate ice cream and chick flicks—not stun guns and bulletproof vests.” ★★★★★ To everyone who got this far, thank you for reading and have a wonderful day! Also, feel free to share your thoughts, comment or tell me anything :) Initial reaction: SO CUTE AND FUNNY AND I LOVED IT *silently crying because I don't have the next books in the series*

  13. 5 out of 5

    Emer

    Read as part of the ABN Summer Reading Challenge recommended by Zoha This was pretty much candy floss in book format; I liked it at the beginning because it was so light and fluffy but by the end it gets all... Well you know how candy floss looks a bit crap by the end and you get sick of its endless sugary sweetness... So this was a fun quick read but felt very lower ya / middle grade to me and I was just a bit bored with it by the ending. The characters were pretty much flat stereotypes rather th Read as part of the ABN Summer Reading Challenge recommended by Zoha This was pretty much candy floss in book format; I liked it at the beginning because it was so light and fluffy but by the end it gets all... Well you know how candy floss looks a bit crap by the end and you get sick of its endless sugary sweetness... So this was a fun quick read but felt very lower ya / middle grade to me and I was just a bit bored with it by the ending. The characters were pretty much flat stereotypes rather than deeply thought out and well rounded; always a bugbear of mine. The storyline lacked any serious tension which I thought would be the overriding atmosphere in a spy book but it was a bit of frivolous fun so it's not all bad.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Girard

    3.5 It was a pretty good book. Kind of a guilty pleasure but such a fun read. I would LOVE to be a spy.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jasprit

    2.5 stars Ally Carter was an author who I came across last year when I picked up her Heist society series. It was a series which was cleverly written, humorous and a lot of fun. After thoroughly enjoying it, I thought I would check out her Gallagher girls series. I'd tell you that I love you but then I’d have to kill you follows the story of Cammie who was bought up into a family of spies; not much is known about Cammie’s dad other than he lost his life at doing something that he enjoyed and had 2.5 stars Ally Carter was an author who I came across last year when I picked up her Heist society series. It was a series which was cleverly written, humorous and a lot of fun. After thoroughly enjoying it, I thought I would check out her Gallagher girls series. I'd tell you that I love you but then I’d have to kill you follows the story of Cammie who was bought up into a family of spies; not much is known about Cammie’s dad other than he lost his life at doing something that he enjoyed and had a natural talent for. Cammie’s mother is a retired CIA operative but now headmistress of the Gallagher academy; a school for spies which Cammie attends. The academy is there to train up girls who have the natural talent, intelligence or have the spy “genes” running through their family. Cammie’s life is pretty closed off, she’s the last person to know anything despite her mum being head teacher of her school and she’s never had a boyfriend. The Gallagher girls aren’t really allowed to venture out of the academy unless they have prior permission to do so. Also on the outside world no one really knows what the Gallagher academy is really for. Most people assume it’s a boarding school for snobby rich girls. When out training one day Cammie stumbles into a cute boy. Cammie finds herself stuttering and speed talking like she’s insane what is wrong with her? she’s a spy for god’s sake she knows how to speak in 14 languages but for some insane reason she finds herself blushing and unable to form a coherent sentence. Her best friends Bex and Liz decide that if she really likes this guy then they must conduct a special investigation to ensure he’s safe and doesn’t have a record. But the more time Cammie spends with him the more she realises she’s falling for him, but will he still like her when he finds out everything she’s told him is a lie? That she’s not homeschooled but a Gallagher girl? And her friends think that she is mixing up priorities, are the Gallagher girls and becoming a spy; everything she’s been brought up to do important or a boy? So why the 2.5 stars? I’d tell you I love but then I’d have to kill you was a funny humorous read and honestly that was the only reason I carried on reading the book until the end. The humour at times was a little immature for me and I think that’s another reason I didn’t enjoy it as much. I personally think that this would suit a much younger age group, I’m sure that if I was still in high school I would have loved this series but now? Not so much. I also found my attention wavering a lot of the time whilst reading this, this may be because I couldn’t really connect with the characters and also found the plot to be a bit predictable at times. I much prefer a story that keeps you on your toes and has some elements of surprise. I don’t think I will continue with the rest of this series. I know some of you may say how can you give up after just the first book? But I find that unless a book really keeps my attention I am more likely to continue with it, which this book didn’t really do. Thank you NetGalley and Disney-Hyperion for giving me the opportunity to read this book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Elise (TheBookishActress)

    This is one of those nostalgia books. They're not exactly high-class literature, but the Ghallager Girls are great fun. TOP FIVE REASONS TO LOVE THIS SERIES It's about spies. Like that doesn't make everyone want to read a book. Yes, it's hokey and the concepts have slight wish-fulfillment going on. It's fun anyway. Fast-paced and never boring. It's exactly the kind of fast-paced fun you need in your life. You'll never feel like putting this series down. It especially improves as it goes; this is This is one of those nostalgia books. They're not exactly high-class literature, but the Ghallager Girls are great fun. TOP FIVE REASONS TO LOVE THIS SERIES It's about spies. Like that doesn't make everyone want to read a book. Yes, it's hokey and the concepts have slight wish-fulfillment going on. It's fun anyway. Fast-paced and never boring. It's exactly the kind of fast-paced fun you need in your life. You'll never feel like putting this series down. It especially improves as it goes; this is really the worst book of the five I've read. Fun characters. Liz is the smart one, a bit klutzy and super loyal. Bex is the danger-seeker. Macie is the heart-of-gold with a rude exterior. And Cammie is the chameleon. Strong friendships between girls. Macie, Cammie, Liz, and Bex are the greatest foursome of all time. Their relationship especially develops over time. Hilarious. This series is laugh-out-loud funny. Character dynamics, little lines here and there... it's all fun.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Just realized I never reviewed this one! Well, here it is.... I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You is fluff. Pure brain candy fluffy fluff. It would be so easy to knock so many aspects of this novel but I won't because there is one thing which I absolutely loved about it ~ the girls in Ally Carter's spy school actually value academics and when the going gets tough, they choose integrity and personal values over boys. Admittedly, if the market was flooded with this type of YA lit Just realized I never reviewed this one! Well, here it is.... I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You is fluff. Pure brain candy fluffy fluff. It would be so easy to knock so many aspects of this novel but I won't because there is one thing which I absolutely loved about it ~ the girls in Ally Carter's spy school actually value academics and when the going gets tough, they choose integrity and personal values over boys. Admittedly, if the market was flooded with this type of YA lit, I would probably be singing a different tune right now. But considering how many YA books feature a girl giving up so much of her self to be 100% devoted to luv twu luv this was pretty refreshing. If you can get past this story being narrated by someone who sounds as if they should be reading the voice on a children's cartoon, this is a great (and did I mention fluffy???) escape. Somewhere I read that this series actually matures a little with the girls so I'll be continuing this series. Again, it's fluffy and a little young, perhaps middle or even grade school. But it's brief and totally enjoyable without my brain having to be on :)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Brigid

    “The time for crying with your girlfriends about a broken heart is over chocolate ice cream and chick flicks—not stun guns and bulletproof vests.” Review You know those books that are quirky, a little simple, maybe even childish, but you just can't help falling in love with? Well ladies and gentlemen, this is one of those books. I adored it! I admit, I was a bit skeptical over the cheesy title and cliché synopsis, but I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You was clever, cute “The time for crying with your girlfriends about a broken heart is over chocolate ice cream and chick flicks—not stun guns and bulletproof vests.” Review You know those books that are quirky, a little simple, maybe even childish, but you just can't help falling in love with? Well ladies and gentlemen, this is one of those books. I adored it! I admit, I was a bit skeptical over the cheesy title and cliché synopsis, but I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You was clever, cute, and overall a great read. I haven't laughed as much reading a book since The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. The plot is fairly uncomplicated, but packed with ridiculous humor, snarky remarks, and a hilarious romance. The Plot “I suppose a lot of teenage girls feel invisible sometimes, like they just disappear. Well, that's me—Cammie the Chameleon. But I'm luckier than most because, at my school, that's considered cool. I go to a school for spies.” Cammie Morgan is in for quite a treat for her Sophomore year. Nothing is out of the ordinary as our protagonist is on a Covert Operations mission - blending into the crowd, tailing her target...etc. Cammie's a pavement artist; no one's notices her unless she wants them too. That is, until she meets Josh. “Hey, Cammie... tell Suzie she's a lucky cat." Have sexier words ever been spoken? I seriously think not!” Hence, the start of a beautiful relationship...or maybe not. When you attend an all girl school for spies, it's not exactly easy to be in a relationship. Once Cammie's friends Bex, Liz, and Macy find out about her acquaintance with Josh, they assume he's a honeypot - aka a spy. Naturally, they decide to tap his phone, scavenge his trash, and survey his house. Great idea. The Characters “If he'd looked like a cross between Mr. Clooney and, say, one of the hobbits, I probably would have been far more capable of coherent thought.” Cammie. This is a very character-driven novel, so if you aren't particularly fond of Cammie, I would not recommend this book. I however, loved her. Her inner and outer dialogue cracked me up. I found it absolutely comical that despite Cammie's vast knowledge of languages, martial arts, and stealth, she is ultimately clueless in understanding boys. Bex, Liz, and Macy. “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!)” Their personalities were all unique and distinct, but I honestly found them all to be underdeveloped. However, their remarks and behavior (especially Bex) nearly make up for their lack of depth. The conversations in this book truly are outstanding. Josh. Similar to Bex, Liz, and Macy, Josh lacks character depth, but he's supposed to be an average teenage boy, so his lack of depth is understandable...even though it was annoying. Nonetheless, his and Cammie's conversations were still enjoyable. The Setting The Gallagher Academy is practically the offspring of Hogwarts and Mademoiselle Geraldine's Finishing School. I'm really interested to discover the significance of all the hidden passages and chambers for the rest of the series. What I Loved - The characters were spectacular. They constantly kept me entertained - they're teenage girls, of course they're going to do some stupid things! Their anxiety, confusion, and complete ignorance of teenage guys cracked me up. - The story line was a simple, yet lively adventure. What at first seems cliché'd, is surprisingly unexpected and incredibly amusing. Carter does a marvelous job of taking a relatively stereotypical concept, and putting a unique spin on it. - The dialogue was marvelous. I loved all the references to movies and TV shows. - The spy elements weren't at all arduous to understand. This is a Middle Grade book - I don't want to have a ton of confusing terms shoved at me. In my opinion, a book written for younger audiences shouldn't be over-complicated. - The Gallagher Academy was an intriguing setting. I always like the idea of castles and manors filled with secrets. What I Didn't Love - The cover and title. I know, I know, don't judge a book by it's cover, but honestly, that's like saying don't eat a banana based on how brown it is. For the longest time I didn't read this book, purely because the title was pretty cheesy and the cover didn't look unique or very eye-catching. - As I mentioned earlier, Josh and the supporting characters lacked any development, whatsoever. The Verdict Well, it was pretty fantastic.  Great characters. Great dialogue. Great story. I can't wait to read the rest of the books...oh yeah, I'm reading them all!  I definitely think I would have liked this series even more if I read it when I was in middle school, but it's still entertaining no matter your age, in my opinion.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Marketa

    Průměrná jednohubka, tak akorát napsaná pro mladší dívky (13-15 let) nebo pro nečtenářky. Zabavilo mě to, účel splnilo. :)

  20. 3 out of 5

    Morgan F

    Okay, I was never expecting much from this book, especially after I saw that it had been optioned for a film by Disney. But I was hoping for some James Bond/Cody Banks/Spy Kids action. This book is about Cammie Morgan, a student at the elite Gallagher Academy, which is essentially an all-girl school for spies. Cammie is a pretty normal student at Gallagher, besides the fact that her mother is the headmistress, and she has a reputation for being "the Chameleon." Cammie knows fourteen languages and Okay, I was never expecting much from this book, especially after I saw that it had been optioned for a film by Disney. But I was hoping for some James Bond/Cody Banks/Spy Kids action. This book is about Cammie Morgan, a student at the elite Gallagher Academy, which is essentially an all-girl school for spies. Cammie is a pretty normal student at Gallagher, besides the fact that her mother is the headmistress, and she has a reputation for being "the Chameleon." Cammie knows fourteen languages and how to kill a man with a piece of uncooked spaghetti, but when it comes to boys, she's clueless. However, some boy advice will come in handy when she starts up a secret relationship with a normal boy- who thinks she is just a normal girl. This book was cute. Nothing more than that. It had some humor, not enough to make me laugh out loud, but enough to keep the mood light. That's the thing, I thought this book was TOO light. I never really bought in to any conflict. Don't you think in a book about spies, there should be some bad guys? Essentially, this book is about a girl who meets a boy. The spy stuff is just kind of tacked on. Cammie seemed more like a normal girl than a genius. But she did have a level head on her shoulders. But of course, all her friends wer super-model gorgeous while she is average looking. And she is the one with the boyfriend. Right. The characters and plot were all just a bit bland for me. Not much action to speak of. That was a tad disappointing. But there was some genuine guy advice, which readers will appreciate. I don't know. It's cute, light, and I'm sure tweenage girls will eat it up. I won't read the sequels though unless they fall into my hands.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    It is actually really good. Not Twilight good, but it has a good story to it.

  22. 3 out of 5

    C.G. Drews

    Idea of spies? Awesome. Idea of a forbidden romance? Not so much. In the end, the idea of spies won out and I read the book that I'd been staring at on the library shelf for a while. Verdict? I am so glad I did. Those Gallagher Girls are cool. They're all geniuses. They're all trained in fighting defense. They have a screen program which tells them what languages they're allowed to speak during lunchtimes. And yet, they can do stupid things, too. I loved that. The characters were really strong. W Idea of spies? Awesome. Idea of a forbidden romance? Not so much. In the end, the idea of spies won out and I read the book that I'd been staring at on the library shelf for a while. Verdict? I am so glad I did. Those Gallagher Girls are cool. They're all geniuses. They're all trained in fighting defense. They have a screen program which tells them what languages they're allowed to speak during lunchtimes. And yet, they can do stupid things, too. I loved that. The characters were really strong. While there is nothing particularly unique about Cammie, she's still a fun person. I think her total and utter unique-less-ness was part of the story. Reading about her is great. Thinking about her, she probably won't win any "Heroine-of-the-year" awards, but all the same, she's pretty cool. Who wouldn't want to be a Chameleon who could blend anywhere? Cammie's friends were pretty cool, too. Liz was great. Absolute super genius, but absolute super klutz. (Sounds like me. Except for the super genius part. Moving on.) Bex, well, you wouldn't want to get into a fight with her. And Macey? I don't like Macey. While she's not catty, she's just not nice. An another thing I liked: the Gallagher Girls are your usual high-school girls from your average book, but they're not catty. It's like the Gallagher Sisters thing really strengthened them, and being a genius means you don't have to be nasty. The plot wasn't the type of action you'd attribute to spies... it was slower than that. While it had enough spy-action to satisfy, it didn't have enough to be awesome. It was a romance. That was the plot. On the romantic element, it was very clean (I was worried about it being mushy), and overall, I was impressed. Josh was a pretty nice guy, so yeah. It was good. I was impressed with the language. While most teen books these days feel the need to shove in a few coarse words, on the whole, this book did very well with that. At the beginning, there was one, represented by blanks (and a starting letter, so you know what the word is. That's a bit annoying, it kind of defeats the purpose of having blanks.) However, overall, it wasn't too bad. I loved it how Cammie had a great relationship with her mum, an ex CIA agent, who runs the academy. I love it how her dad wasn't a faded out piece of junk because he was dead (dead parents in books do that so often.) Apparently putting parents into the story is becoming more common these days. Good trend. At times they spoke in other languages, without a very descriptive translation, and the writing didn't make things clear. I read fast, so I had to assume stuff and re-read paragraphs. There were also a few ironies that I didn't pick up immediately, but a reader who concentrated would get them all, I think. So there were a few holes, but on the main part, I liked the writing. The style was snappy-normal-person-talk (always fun to read.) Cammie was slightly sarcastic (I love sarcastic protagonists) and all up, yes, a very good book.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Alexander

    English 425 Submitter’s name: Crystal Alexander Book Bank Book Bank subject: Romance Reference information: Title: I’d Tell you I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You Author: Ally Carter Publisher: First Hyperion Paperbacks Year: 2006 # of pages: 284 Genre: Romance Reading level Interest level: 8th or 9th Grade Potential hot lava: Has some references to violence but, not used as a weapon used as protection General response/reaction: I love romance novels so I was really exited to read this book. I fi English 425 Submitter’s name: Crystal Alexander Book Bank Book Bank subject: Romance Reference information: Title: I’d Tell you I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You Author: Ally Carter Publisher: First Hyperion Paperbacks Year: 2006 # of pages: 284 Genre: Romance Reading level Interest level: 8th or 9th Grade Potential hot lava: Has some references to violence but, not used as a weapon used as protection General response/reaction: I love romance novels so I was really exited to read this book. I figured that it would be something that I actually wanted to read. The first few chapters were explanatory, then after that Cammie meats Josh and you learn how hard it is for her to struggle against wanting to be with him and wanting to be a spy. Subjects, Themes, and Big Ideas: The theme of the book is Romance, about teenagers falling in love for the first time. But it also is about the girls of Gallagher Academy doing spy and secret CIA things. I really think that the big idea is being true to you while still being yourself and falling in love. Characters: Cammie: aka the chameleon, she blends in well with average a person which makes her a great spy. Bex: aka the Duchess, she is really strong and really smart, Cammie’s best friend. Liz: aka Bookworm, has a photogenic memory, but writes down everything just to be on the safe side. Josh: aka the normal boy, just your normal town kid, who Cammie falls for and spies on. Plot summary: The girls at Gallagher Academy learn the basics of how to be a spy and work for the CIA. They don’t socialize with outsiders, all there friends come from spy families. When a new teacher comes to school he sends the girls on a secret mission, Spy on their teacher, see what beverage he prefers with his funnel cake. When the mission goes wrong and Cammie ends up being left behind she meets Josh (a Normal Boy), and though she tries hard to forget him, he keeps turning up. Can Cammie fall in love with him and still be a spy? The end of the book leaves you hanging and wanting more! Strengths (including reviews and awards): The book has been picked up by Disney to be possibly made into a movie. Drawbacks or other cautions: I really don’t see any drawbacks or cautions to this book. I think that it is a simple and enjoyable read. Teaching ideas: I think that I would use this in a much younger classroom, maybe in home economics. I think that it would teach girls that falling in love is okay but you still have to be true to yourself.

  24. 3 out of 5

    Katherine

    VÍTEJTE V TAJNÝCH SLUŽBÁCH. Tam, kde se Mission Impossible potkává s Barbie a Školou pro princezny. No... NEKECÁM. Přestože o tom v knize nepadlo ani slůvko, podezírám školu Gi Ga, že má růžové zdi a krajkové ubrusy na stolech. O načechraných peřinkách nepochybuji. Ta škola bude místem, kde hlasitým prdem porušíte řád. Fakt tomu věřím. Smrdělo to kudrlinkama, pudlíkama a Hříšným tancem (ten myslím naprosto vážně). Ale špionážní machřinou ani náhodou. CO JSEM OČEKÁVALA? Bandu naštvaných coolovních h VÍTEJTE V TAJNÝCH SLUŽBÁCH. Tam, kde se Mission Impossible potkává s Barbie a Školou pro princezny. No... NEKECÁM. Přestože o tom v knize nepadlo ani slůvko, podezírám školu Gi Ga, že má růžové zdi a krajkové ubrusy na stolech. O načechraných peřinkách nepochybuji. Ta škola bude místem, kde hlasitým prdem porušíte řád. Fakt tomu věřím. Smrdělo to kudrlinkama, pudlíkama a Hříšným tancem (ten myslím naprosto vážně). Ale špionážní machřinou ani náhodou. CO JSEM OČEKÁVALA? Bandu naštvaných coolovních holek, co to dají špatňákům sežrat! CO JSEM DOSTALA? Bandu trapkyň, které řeší cukrkandloviny. Když si k tomu představíte ještě neuvěřitelnou love story -- Holka špionka s převelmi tajnou identitou a kluk JOSH (ach, JOSH - úžasný a dokonalý JOSH), co nic neví. (Škoda, že není Jon.) -- zjistíte, že na suprové mise zde už nezbývá prostor. Zlomit srdce chvíli zabere. A slepit ho zpět taky. Musím však uznat, že se to čte neskutečně rychle a dobře. Možná i chápu, proč jsou ostatní tak PAF. (Jen možná.) A nebo... už jsem stará. Jej, pevně doufám, že mé dvanáctileté já by se mnou souhlasilo. Občas mi ale obočí lítalo nahoru a dolů rychleji než Haltovi, frkala jsem častěji než kůň a pak jsem i přemýšlela, jestli to náhodou celé není myšleno jako parodie na jakýkoliv detektivní seriál... Ale i jako parodie by to stálo za krtinec. Prostě... pokud chcete číst o cukříkovských blbostech, hurá na to. V jiném případě... si dejte CHERUB (The Recruit). Školu pro dětské agenty, co za to stojí. PŘÍSAHÁM NA HOLÝ PUPEK. PS: A slibila jsem Filipovi, ze pokud to precte, koupim mu dortik.

  25. 3 out of 5

    Danielle (The Blonde Likes Books)

    I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You was cheesy in the best way! I was really intrigued when I read the blurb and it was about teenage girls attending spy school! How cool! The book was light and fun, and was exactly what I wanted. There was action, romance, and friendship, and I felt like all of those things were done really well. When I picked up the book, I wasn't sure that I'd want to read the rest of the series, but now I definitely want to find out what happens next!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bark

    Was a free audiobook download via SYNC . I tried but I am just not in the mood to listen to this narrator. Her "teen" voice sounds childish and forced and more like a tween and it is grating on every single one of my frayed nerves. I may get back to this some day when I'm less grouchy. But probably not. The book may be fab, nothing against the book, but I just can't do it right now.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kimberley doruyter

    i was amazed at how much i liked this book. it was eciting and funny i just the right combo. i loved it enough that i have already bought most of the series, and that's saying something i mostly read fantasy.

  28. 4 out of 5

    nicklein

    I've forgotten how addictive this series was! I'm so glad I decided to read this baby again. Everything about this felt really familiar. It's almost like coming home. Reading this the second time around didn't change how sassy and quirky everything was. I can't wait to meet Zach...again! “Yes, my heart cried, but my brain spoke of a biochemistry midterm, seven chapters of COW reading, and two weeks' worth of lab reports for Dr. Fibs." Legit proof that Cammie is my spirit animal! Oh and I'm bump I've forgotten how addictive this series was! I'm so glad I decided to read this baby again. Everything about this felt really familiar. It's almost like coming home. Reading this the second time around didn't change how sassy and quirky everything was. I can't wait to meet Zach...again! “Yes, my heart cried, but my brain spoke of a biochemistry midterm, seven chapters of COW reading, and two weeks' worth of lab reports for Dr. Fibs." Legit proof that Cammie is my spirit animal! Oh and I'm bumping it up to 5 stars!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Janette

    Darling book. Made me wish I could go to spy school.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Linnea Karlberg

    When I was younger I loved "Totally Spies" and "Spy kids". Having these shows combined with a teenage girl going to boarding school? Pretty awesome.

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