Hot Best Seller

Auch Spione brauchen Glück

Availability: Ready to download

Per chiudere in bellezza le vacanze estive, Cammie Morgan ha deciso di raggiungere a Boston Macey, una delle sue migliori amiche e figlia di uno dei candidati alla carica di vicepresidente degli Stati Uniti. Le due ragazze si trovano presto coinvolte in un complotto e solo grazie alla loro formazione da spie riescono a sventare il sequestro di Macey. Mentre le lezioni ripr Per chiudere in bellezza le vacanze estive, Cammie Morgan ha deciso di raggiungere a Boston Macey, una delle sue migliori amiche e figlia di uno dei candidati alla carica di vicepresidente degli Stati Uniti. Le due ragazze si trovano presto coinvolte in un complotto e solo grazie alla loro formazione da spie riescono a sventare il sequestro di Macey. Mentre le lezioni riprendono il loro corso, Cammie incapace di scrollarsi di dosso la sensazione che alla Gallagher Academy stia succedendo qualcosa di inquietante, convince le sue amiche a dare il via a una serie di indagini e a costituire una squadra di scorta, con lo scopo di proteggere Macey durante la campagna elettorale.


Compare

Per chiudere in bellezza le vacanze estive, Cammie Morgan ha deciso di raggiungere a Boston Macey, una delle sue migliori amiche e figlia di uno dei candidati alla carica di vicepresidente degli Stati Uniti. Le due ragazze si trovano presto coinvolte in un complotto e solo grazie alla loro formazione da spie riescono a sventare il sequestro di Macey. Mentre le lezioni ripr Per chiudere in bellezza le vacanze estive, Cammie Morgan ha deciso di raggiungere a Boston Macey, una delle sue migliori amiche e figlia di uno dei candidati alla carica di vicepresidente degli Stati Uniti. Le due ragazze si trovano presto coinvolte in un complotto e solo grazie alla loro formazione da spie riescono a sventare il sequestro di Macey. Mentre le lezioni riprendono il loro corso, Cammie incapace di scrollarsi di dosso la sensazione che alla Gallagher Academy stia succedendo qualcosa di inquietante, convince le sue amiche a dare il via a una serie di indagini e a costituire una squadra di scorta, con lo scopo di proteggere Macey durante la campagna elettorale.

30 review for Auch Spione brauchen Glück

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lola

    ''Sometimes people run... to see if you'll come after them.'' In book one, we see the girls opening themselves to the outside world. In book two, we see the girls opening their hearts. In this book, we see the girls opening their eyes to face danger. Things are getting serious. When someone tries to kidnap Macey, a fellow spy student at the Gallagher Academy, everything changes for the Gallagher girls. The girls are growing up. They’re becoming more mature and more focused. It can easily be said tha ''Sometimes people run... to see if you'll come after them.'' In book one, we see the girls opening themselves to the outside world. In book two, we see the girls opening their hearts. In this book, we see the girls opening their eyes to face danger. Things are getting serious. When someone tries to kidnap Macey, a fellow spy student at the Gallagher Academy, everything changes for the Gallagher girls. The girls are growing up. They’re becoming more mature and more focused. It can easily be said that this whole series is a coming-of-age story, among many other things. It’s not one of my favourite series because it’s interesting. Or unique. Or well-written. It’s a favourite of mine because the characters remind me why I love reading in the first place. They’re brave, strong, intelligent but the most important part is that they make us reflect upon ourselves. Are we the people we were always meant to be? They make us believe that we, too, could make a change in this world. That saving someone isn’t about having the right gadgets or impeccable timing, but about knowing them and being there for them. These girls make me want to be a better person. For now, all I have left to say is that, in an alternate universe, I hope I’m a Gallagher girl. It would make me proud and very, very happy. Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google+ | Bloglovin’

  2. 3 out of 5

    may ❀

    I fail to see the point of this book??? It could honestly be condensed down to 30 pages and added as an excerpt in another book. I enjoyed how friendship seemed to be the dominating theme of this book but the lingering love interests is pissing me off bc **love triangle** The humour has not picked up nor has the writing. Still v juvenile, still v lame Hmmmmmm, what else? Cammie is annoying. Her friends are much cooler than her and I think it would be more enjoyable if we got some more POVs going ar I fail to see the point of this book??? It could honestly be condensed down to 30 pages and added as an excerpt in another book. I enjoyed how friendship seemed to be the dominating theme of this book but the lingering love interests is pissing me off bc **love triangle** The humour has not picked up nor has the writing. Still v juvenile, still v lame Hmmmmmm, what else? Cammie is annoying. Her friends are much cooler than her and I think it would be more enjoyable if we got some more POVs going around ((especially Bex)) My brain did this thing again where it wouldn’t comprehend what I read, I think it was to save me from anything traumatic and intensely boring Hopefully this series picks up bc its still boring and idk man, not much else to say. “I thought about how there are two types of secrets: the kind you want to keep in, and the kind you don't dare to let out.” 1.5 stars

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tricia

    Ally Carter is a great writer and this book just proves it. She weaves in the new mysteries and includes some old ones too, just to tie all of the books together. Once it comes down to the final showdown, I wouldn't be surprised to see all of the characters (spies or not) included in the battle. This series is fantastic, and I definitely recomend this book

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sue (Hollywood News Source)

    REREAD: July 27, 2015 I WAS INNOCENT ONCE. Initial Read: January 22, 2015 I ship Solomon with Abby a lot. and I also ship Macey and Preston. That's the only update, I could ever give you.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Y

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Definitely an improvement over the first two books; it's basically what I'd wanted to see from the series to begin with: more actual spy action (that isn't focused almost completely on boys), and an actual focus (somewhat) on Cammie's relationship with her friends, (specifically Macey, who is admittedly probably my favorite character in the series, so bonus points for that) which has thus far been rather superficial. The book is marred, however, by having dramatic scenes, particularly toward the Definitely an improvement over the first two books; it's basically what I'd wanted to see from the series to begin with: more actual spy action (that isn't focused almost completely on boys), and an actual focus (somewhat) on Cammie's relationship with her friends, (specifically Macey, who is admittedly probably my favorite character in the series, so bonus points for that) which has thus far been rather superficial. The book is marred, however, by having dramatic scenes, particularly toward the end, that all scream "This was so aVOIDable!" had most of the adults actually, you know, decided to divulge what they knew with Cammie and Macey earlier on in the book. Bad things happening because of people in the know keeping secrets from other people who have a right to know to keep themselves safe always smacks of a cheap way to have a plot. Regardless of what Solomon and Mom say, if they honestly knew pretty much nothing more than Cammie all that time, then they're pretty sorry-ass spies and not really in a position to be protecting her, I'd think, especially considering that the girl has a huge habit of sneaking out of the school, on multiple occasions, and everyone knows it. Most likely they did know more but chose not to give the girls any clues for...what reasons, I can't think of any smart ones right now, considering the previous italicized and bolded segment above. Because they're still "kids"? Hello, these are girls that are trained to deal with highly sensitive government information and how to kill people using mundane, everyday objects. They're not really kids. Get your priorities straight. Actually, that's something that's kind of been bugging me about these books. The teachers at Gallagher are largely supposed to be some of the greatest spies of all time, but...personally, I've yet to see much proof that would lead me to agree.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    p l e a s e for the love of all that is holy and pure read these books

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nikki

    I finished the galley for this book last week and I really enjoyed it. I think each book could have more in it though. I'm not sure what I mean about more, but the books are spread out too far and are too forgettable that if there was more to it, I wouldn't have to spend the first few chapters trying to remember what happened in the last book. Maybe it needs more action or more missions or something. That being said, I always enjoy the books when I am reading them and this one is no different. I I finished the galley for this book last week and I really enjoyed it. I think each book could have more in it though. I'm not sure what I mean about more, but the books are spread out too far and are too forgettable that if there was more to it, I wouldn't have to spend the first few chapters trying to remember what happened in the last book. Maybe it needs more action or more missions or something. That being said, I always enjoy the books when I am reading them and this one is no different. I love the idea of a spy school for girls and I like the main character very much.

  8. 3 out of 5

    Briana

    I hope I can wait for this book to come out. I am sooooooooooo excited! Ally Carter is a great writer, and everyone should read the Gallagher Girls series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sally ☾

    “I thought about how there are two types of secrets: the kind you want to keep in, and the kind you don't dare to let out.” Preston is so pure and wholesome and I love him so much. Zach is so shady and mysterious all the dang time, but I still love him. Aunt Abby is everything I aspire to be.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I swear, this series gets better and better. So I definitely wasn't disappointed with Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover. The plot gets more interesting and it definitely has more action. I mean, a kidnapping attempt on the daughter of the governor, soon-to-be, VP of the US? Yea, action packed novel for sure. And not only is there an kidnapping attempt, who are the people behind it? And who exactly are they trying to kidnap? The characters are definitely more well-defined. Cammie seems to be a lot mo I swear, this series gets better and better. So I definitely wasn't disappointed with Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover. The plot gets more interesting and it definitely has more action. I mean, a kidnapping attempt on the daughter of the governor, soon-to-be, VP of the US? Yea, action packed novel for sure. And not only is there an kidnapping attempt, who are the people behind it? And who exactly are they trying to kidnap? The characters are definitely more well-defined. Cammie seems to be a lot more mature in this novel and her relationship with Zach is more confusing as ever which only adds an element of mystery and suspense to Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover. Cammie's best friends are, as always, her loyal sidekicks. So they're always a refreshing element to the plot especially with their obvious different activities and specialties. The writing style is also a lot more flowing. There's definitely not as many parenthesis (I'm really against it, if you couldn't tell. So against it that in fact, I use them too! :) and if there were, it didn't bother me as much. My favorite part is probably the disguises. I mean, you get to read about Cammie dressing up as a hooker! How amazing is that? It's totally entertaining and hilarious. Plus, you get a lot of advice in spy stuff too which is always helpful. :) The ending is kind of a cliff hanger but then again, it shows that there's a definite continuation. If there isn't...I'm gonna sue! Hahaha. Overall, I can't wait for the next installment of the series!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mafi

    Não estava nada nos meus planos ler esta série agora mas estou meio que viciada! "Quem vê caras não vê espiões" teve o papel difícil de começar a grande estória que é desenvolvida até ao final do último livro. Aqui a vida de Cammie complica-se ao ponto de quererem matá-la! Também são introduzidas novas personagens como o Preston que aqui mesmo não tendo grande relevância, certamente tem o seu destaque nos últimos livros da série. É engraçado como a autora consegue explorar todas as personagens e Não estava nada nos meus planos ler esta série agora mas estou meio que viciada! "Quem vê caras não vê espiões" teve o papel difícil de começar a grande estória que é desenvolvida até ao final do último livro. Aqui a vida de Cammie complica-se ao ponto de quererem matá-la! Também são introduzidas novas personagens como o Preston que aqui mesmo não tendo grande relevância, certamente tem o seu destaque nos últimos livros da série. É engraçado como a autora consegue explorar todas as personagens e desenvolvê-las ao ponto de a sua presença na série é linear e não irregular. Seja a mãe de Cammie, os professores ou as amigas, todas elas têm um papel fundamental na construção do enredo. É importante e agradável que a autora não tenha centrado toda a atenção na Cammie e que os laços de família e amigos estejam sempre lá. http://algodaodoceparaocerebro.blogsp...

  12. 3 out of 5

    Rebecca

    These books are seriously getting better and better. The characters are as kickass and amazing as always and the overall plot is so intriguing. I have so many questions and I can't wait to see how it all pans out. This one was certainly a lot darker than the first few and it was perfect. Seriously my favourite so far.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mimi 'Pans' Herondale

    Real Rating: 4.5 stars I really like this one better than the other books!

  14. 4 out of 5

    C.B. Cook

    Hooooooowwwww???? How could Ally Carter make this my favorite book in this series so far??? This book was so exciting, and I think the reason I like it best out of all three is that it had more of a mystery feel to it, and the romance was less. Plus, it gave all of my characters awesome moments and chances to show off their awesome spy skills. A few of the characters did dumb things (*cough* CAMMIE) but I've kind of realized that "doing dumb things" is part of Cammie's character. Really loved th Hooooooowwwww???? How could Ally Carter make this my favorite book in this series so far??? This book was so exciting, and I think the reason I like it best out of all three is that it had more of a mystery feel to it, and the romance was less. Plus, it gave all of my characters awesome moments and chances to show off their awesome spy skills. A few of the characters did dumb things (*cough* CAMMIE) but I've kind of realized that "doing dumb things" is part of Cammie's character. Really loved this book in the series, but THAT CLIFFHANGER THO. Series predictions (read at your own risk) (although I am completely guessing here and you're probably fine just reading them) (also, if you've read farther than me, please DO NOT comment below and spoil things ;) ) (okay, I'm done): (view spoiler)[Cammie might actually be a descendant of Gillian Gallagher ON HER DAD'S SIDE. Or the people are seeking her for revenge because of something that her mom or dad or Aunt Abby did. Or the Circle of Cavan simply wants to meet the famous Cammie Morgan and offer her a sponsorship and a free trip to Hawaii. (This last one may not be serious.) (hide spoiler)]

  15. 3 out of 5

    Laura Gardner

    Cammie Morgan is back in her most exciting adventure yet. Roommate Macey McHenry's father is running for vice-president and Macey is a target. After an incident on the campaign trail when Cammie and Macey barely manage to escape an attack on their lives, a new operative is brought to Gallagher Girls Academy to watch out for Macey. Cammie, Liz and Bex are told not to worry, but when have they ever followed the rules before? And why does Cammie keep seeing Zach in strange places? Does he still lik Cammie Morgan is back in her most exciting adventure yet. Roommate Macey McHenry's father is running for vice-president and Macey is a target. After an incident on the campaign trail when Cammie and Macey barely manage to escape an attack on their lives, a new operative is brought to Gallagher Girls Academy to watch out for Macey. Cammie, Liz and Bex are told not to worry, but when have they ever followed the rules before? And why does Cammie keep seeing Zach in strange places? Does he still like her or was their kiss in book 2 a one-time thing? I loved this book just as much as the first two, I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have to Kill You and Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy. I highly recommend this series for middle and high school students. Ally Carter writes books that are fun to read; I can't wait for book 4 in the Gallagher Girls series!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rita Carvalho

    Wow, these books are truly amazing, I never get bored because there's always something happening and a lot to figure out. To be honest, most of the times I have no idea of what is about to happen and that's why I find it so interesting. This particular book was so OMG, I'm still shocked and I really need to read the next one to know the truth. I mean, what the hell is happening??? Now, about Cammie and Zach: I think they're very cute and they have to stay together in the end, but he has so many se Wow, these books are truly amazing, I never get bored because there's always something happening and a lot to figure out. To be honest, most of the times I have no idea of what is about to happen and that's why I find it so interesting. This particular book was so OMG, I'm still shocked and I really need to read the next one to know the truth. I mean, what the hell is happening??? Now, about Cammie and Zach: I think they're very cute and they have to stay together in the end, but he has so many secrets and he's so confusing, gee. And Abby and Joe... WHAT?? They're also really cute because he's different with her, it's like he's got a heart after all. All in all, it was a great book and I'm dying to read the next one!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls)

    Pretty good, pretty good. The plot is thickening. The writing was a tiny bit better, but still confusing at some parts. Less romance than the first two, but there was a kiss or two, many mentions of guys being hot and their hotness. Language was overall clean, with really only a 'wuss'. Aunt Abby was awesome, and I like that a bit more was said about Camnie's dad. I'm curious to see what will happen next, so I will be reading the next book in the series. ;)

  18. 3 out of 5

    Kelly Brigid

    I forget how darn, short these books are - only 260 pages! Definitely an improvement from the second book. ^_^

  19. 5 out of 5

    BookHeroin

    3.5 stars! I really like the progression of this series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    If you know that someone prone to sneaking out is a target, maybe informing her would be better than relying on vague "this is dangerous!" speeches and hoping for the best? This book is ridiculous, but Preston makes me laugh. Abby's a little over-the-top here, but Zach and Mr. Solomon and Rachel Morgan are great.

  21. 4 out of 5

    C.G. Drews

    I have a lot of mixed feelings about this series. I know it's weird! Who doesn't like cool girls with spy-abilities who save the world and know how to kill someone with uncooked spaghetti? I like it. But my brain spends so much time critiquing it and being unimpressed, I want to cry. My brain and I might get a divorce. We'll split the money equally. Cammie/Liz/Macey/Bex are the best friendship quartet I've ever read! I love them all! I love their differences and their dynamics. Macey is nearl I have a lot of mixed feelings about this series. I know it's weird! Who doesn't like cool girls with spy-abilities who save the world and know how to kill someone with uncooked spaghetti? I like it. But my brain spends so much time critiquing it and being unimpressed, I want to cry. My brain and I might get a divorce. We'll split the money equally. Cammie/Liz/Macey/Bex are the best friendship quartet I've ever read! I love them all! I love their differences and their dynamics. Macey is nearly the mean girl, but she proves she's totally not in this book. Bex/Liz are hilarious and so loyal. Cammie my top favourite, maybe because she's writing. I love how she's so detailed. Like she'll number the seconds Zach looked at her. CUTE. The writing is. so. dang. awesome. It's some of the best writing ever! I love Cammie's voice. I love seeing the world like she does. I love how she's so capable with spying and so clueless about boys (it's hilarious). So where do I fall apart in my liking for this series? I never feel like the plot is tough enough. Maybe it's just me! Maybe I watch too many spy movies where they get shot and it doesn't bother them. But the plot twists seem...uninspiring. Or confusing. I was very confused at the end of this book. I was confused how the plot twist baffled all these really famous spies . The "big deals" never seem big enough. (But I might totally be too fussy, so just ignore me.) Kind of just...bored... Also: I don't like Zach. I don't! He's hot and sneaky and everything, but the kid is never honest, and never outright. He's a spy, so yes I should distrust him, but I just plain don't like him. I agree with Cammie: he's not in love with her. He thinks she's interesting (or a challenge). Cammie, please, stay. away. from. Zach. Ditch this guy like a mouldy potato. I may possibly not be a fan of Joe Solomon or Aunt Abby either. Why are all the adults so mean?! They never tell the kids anything! Maybe spies should be all secretive, but I think a little more communication would help save the world. (Can we remember Adam and Eve for a sec, here? Communication would have saved the fruit instead of making a freaking apple pie out of it and ruining humanity. *ahem*) Aunt Abby just seems too showy and not enough heart. While Mr. Solomon? They spend so much time calling him hot, I think we're supposed to stop being suspicious. But, mark my words, this guy is going to turn into a badie in the later books. Zach + Joe Solomon = badies. I do like this series. But I'm not particularly impressed with it. Yes, of course I am reading the rest. Why do you ask? I need to know if Zach gets handcuffed upside-down to an angry water buffalo. I think that would be fitting. (He's slimy.) And I'm pretty extra sure Cammie can only get more awesome.

  22. 4 out of 5

    K

    When I read YA I usually do it unthinkingly, by which I mean I read YA like I would read any other book for which I am the target audience. The Gallagher Girls series is one of those things, though, where I am constantly made aware of the fact that I am absolutely not the target audience. From a bookselling perspective, I'd definitely recommend these to a young reader making the transition from MG to teen; the series may get darker later on, but as of book three the series is pretty sanitized, e When I read YA I usually do it unthinkingly, by which I mean I read YA like I would read any other book for which I am the target audience. The Gallagher Girls series is one of those things, though, where I am constantly made aware of the fact that I am absolutely not the target audience. From a bookselling perspective, I'd definitely recommend these to a young reader making the transition from MG to teen; the series may get darker later on, but as of book three the series is pretty sanitized, easy-to-read, and quick. So: I recognize the particular use and place of books like these. I just feel like, even with that fact acknowledged, Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover is just bad. I get it. It's book three in a six-book series, and not every plot line can be resolved. That said, it's impossibly frustrating to read an entire novel and get nothing resolved. This doesn't feel like a complete book, and honestly, the information and action that occurs in here could pretty easily be condensed into half a book. I get each novel is supposed to cover a semester at a time, but when the author fails to make the semester interesting then maybe it's time to consider a different format? Like, a lot of my objections are personal taste: where other people might find Zach cool and intriguing I find him and insufferable prig. The adults are unlikable and strangely incompetent for super-spies. Cammie's friends are impressively two-dimensional. The writing itself isn't bad, but it's boring. Rather than finding different ways to write scenes, Carter is overly reliant on almost this memetic shorthand: "Cammie knows 14 languages but doesn't know what to say," &c. &c. Once that line is cute, but it gets dropped obnoxiously often. The action is unclear and difficult to follow, which may have more to do with my engagement with the text than the author's craft. That said, these books have been surprisingly slow reads despite being 250 or so pages and also about spies. I guess the problem is there's very little spying. Hardly anything happens, and whenever the characters act for themselves it almost always ends terribly. The school structure of the books doesn't help; I don't care about their classes, I don't care about their teachers, and I really, really, really do not care about boys. Like, the whole "omfg what do boys think??" thing gets super annoying. I hated it in Wheel of Time and I hate it here. Like I said, though, I am obviously not the target, and I'm glad that these books make other people so happy! I was really expecting to at least enjoy this series since I like the author's other work so much, but no dice I guess.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Skye

    This review is also posted on my blog, In The Good Books. When Cammie visits her roommate and friend, Macey, in Boston, where her father's being nominated for vice president, she expects an exciting end to summer break. Excitement she gets, when she and Macey find themselves in a kidnapper's plot. Luckily, escaping is just one the things they do best, as students of the Gallagher Academy For Exceptional Young Women - a spy school in disguise. But soon they find out that it isn't over yet, and as m This review is also posted on my blog, In The Good Books. When Cammie visits her roommate and friend, Macey, in Boston, where her father's being nominated for vice president, she expects an exciting end to summer break. Excitement she gets, when she and Macey find themselves in a kidnapper's plot. Luckily, escaping is just one the things they do best, as students of the Gallagher Academy For Exceptional Young Women - a spy school in disguise. But soon they find out that it isn't over yet, and as more attempts are made, they wonder if Macey was the real target. Like the Gallagher Girls book before it, Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover was fast-faced and fun to read. Written in a no-nonsense prose, there was constant action and mystery, and was completely captivating - so much so that I read it on Christmas morning. There aren't a lot of spy books out there targeted to a young adult audience, and this series is the only I've read in the genre, but it's enough to make me want to branch out and find more books like it. A boarding school full of female spies-in-training - a premise so unique and exciting you can't help but pick it up. Cammie is a strong, clever and loyal protagonist. She spends the majority of this book trying to protect her friend without a second thought, outsmarting secret agents, and unraveling mysteries. Though, in spite of all that, she's relatable. She worries about her friends, she has boy trouble, and misses her dead father. She's a dynamic protagonist that you can't help but feel endeared and sympathetic to. The plot was cleverly constructed, with problems from past books weaved into the story and with new ones arising. It was at all times unpredictable - every time I think I can guess what's about to happen, something else entirely occurs. The romance between Zach and Cammie was mysterious and compelling. The broody, mysterious stock character that always weasels his way into paranormal romances can't hold a flame to the enigma that is Zach. I mean, he's a spy. His intentions throughout the book aren't clear, but he still feels trustworthy. I give Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover 4 out of 5.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    Covert Operations Report By Anna Sk (hereafter referred to as "The Operative") Phase 3. At this point of the mission, the Operative would like to state that (simply stated for everyone) shit has started to hit the fan. A change of scenery for the Assets and an addition of new Assets (particularly Abigail Morgan and Preston Winters) has brought a more serious and dangerous vibe on the mission. Main target in this mission was Asset McHenry (that the Operative managed to understand better in Phase 3 a Covert Operations Report By Anna Sk (hereafter referred to as "The Operative") Phase 3. At this point of the mission, the Operative would like to state that (simply stated for everyone) shit has started to hit the fan. A change of scenery for the Assets and an addition of new Assets (particularly Abigail Morgan and Preston Winters) has brought a more serious and dangerous vibe on the mission. Main target in this mission was Asset McHenry (that the Operative managed to understand better in Phase 3 and would like to see her with Asset Winters). Asset Goode was sadly MIA for most of the phase which resulted in the disappointment of both the Operative and Asset Morgan. Additional input: none. Proceed to Phase 4.

  25. 3 out of 5

    Keya

    These books. I am in love with these books. They're so much fun with the perfect amount of suspense to keep you reading until the very end! There were some scenes that even made me teary eyed. And the last few chapters were crazy. I loved how this was mostly centered around Macey since there wasn't much of her in the previous book. I still can't believe I disliked Macey in the beginning because she's honestly one of my favourite characters. And Then Abby! I loved her!! And I'm excited to see if s These books. I am in love with these books. They're so much fun with the perfect amount of suspense to keep you reading until the very end! There were some scenes that even made me teary eyed. And the last few chapters were crazy. I loved how this was mostly centered around Macey since there wasn't much of her in the previous book. I still can't believe I disliked Macey in the beginning because she's honestly one of my favourite characters. And Then Abby! I loved her!! And I'm excited to see if she will make more appearances. The dynamic of the friendships between the Gallagher Girls (mostly between Cammie, Bex, Liz and Macey) is something I adore about this Series. And also the relationship between Cammie and Rachel (Mother/daughter) is something I'm looking forward to in the next books. Also I WANT MORE ZACH. I hope to get more scene with Zach in the next books!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Brigid ✩ Cool Ninja Sharpshooter ✩

    It was okay. I still liked the first one the best. They're not brilliant or particularly well-written, but these books are fun to read. They're the kind of book you can read in an hour or so, and be like, "Yay, that was shallow and fun." But that's about it. :P I liked this one … except I always feel like these books are too short. Plus they make me a little angry. I keep waiting for something really bad to happen – but for books about spies, there's not much conflict/death/etc. Fine, I know the It was okay. I still liked the first one the best. They're not brilliant or particularly well-written, but these books are fun to read. They're the kind of book you can read in an hour or so, and be like, "Yay, that was shallow and fun." But that's about it. :P I liked this one … except I always feel like these books are too short. Plus they make me a little angry. I keep waiting for something really bad to happen – but for books about spies, there's not much conflict/death/etc. Fine, I know they're chick lit. But still.

  27. 3 out of 5

    doctor

    Looks like things are finally looking up for Cammie Morgan. And I mean that but I don't, because Cammie's life is slowly becoming a clusterfucks of whodunit, and I love it. That's right. Ally Carter is starting to tighten the ribbons on the present that is the Gallagher Girls series, and I can't wait for the bow to finally be tied. Plots are coming together, characters are appearing into new light, and secrets are starting to be unearthed. Plus Zach... what a dream boat. UuU

  28. 4 out of 5

    Hanna

    give me the next book NoW!!!11! (pls)

  29. 3 out of 5

    leenahreads

    THIS ONE'S MY FAVORITE SO FAR!!!! i love preston i loved the action and the mystery! but like when do we get to know about zach im tired of his secrets

  30. 5 out of 5

    carolina ☾

    I really missed the Buffy the Vampire Slayer refetences in this one.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.