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Cammies Gedächtnis ist wie leergefegt! Dass sie die Gallagher Akademie verlassen hat, um ihre Familie und Freunde vor dem Cavan-Zirkel zu schützen, der sie seit einem Jahr verfolgt, ist das Letzte, woran sie sich erinnern kann. Doch als sie in einem Kloster in den Alpen erwacht, sind mehrere Monate vergangen und ihr wird klar: Zusammen mit ihren Freunden muss sie ihre eige Cammies Gedächtnis ist wie leergefegt! Dass sie die Gallagher Akademie verlassen hat, um ihre Familie und Freunde vor dem Cavan-Zirkel zu schützen, der sie seit einem Jahr verfolgt, ist das Letzte, woran sie sich erinnern kann. Doch als sie in einem Kloster in den Alpen erwacht, sind mehrere Monate vergangen und ihr wird klar: Zusammen mit ihren Freunden muss sie ihre eigenen Spuren rund um die Welt verfolgen, um herauszufinden, was geschehen ist. Ein packender Wettlauf gegen die Zeit beginnt, denn der Cavan-Zirkel ist Cammie bereits dicht auf den Fersen ... Der New-York-Times Bestseller erstmals auf Deutsch!


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Cammies Gedächtnis ist wie leergefegt! Dass sie die Gallagher Akademie verlassen hat, um ihre Familie und Freunde vor dem Cavan-Zirkel zu schützen, der sie seit einem Jahr verfolgt, ist das Letzte, woran sie sich erinnern kann. Doch als sie in einem Kloster in den Alpen erwacht, sind mehrere Monate vergangen und ihr wird klar: Zusammen mit ihren Freunden muss sie ihre eige Cammies Gedächtnis ist wie leergefegt! Dass sie die Gallagher Akademie verlassen hat, um ihre Familie und Freunde vor dem Cavan-Zirkel zu schützen, der sie seit einem Jahr verfolgt, ist das Letzte, woran sie sich erinnern kann. Doch als sie in einem Kloster in den Alpen erwacht, sind mehrere Monate vergangen und ihr wird klar: Zusammen mit ihren Freunden muss sie ihre eigenen Spuren rund um die Welt verfolgen, um herauszufinden, was geschehen ist. Ein packender Wettlauf gegen die Zeit beginnt, denn der Cavan-Zirkel ist Cammie bereits dicht auf den Fersen ... Der New-York-Times Bestseller erstmals auf Deutsch!

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Watson

    Operative Watson, Gallagher Girl at heart, decides to write a book review before the book even comes out. Operative Watson is drinking apple juice. Operative Watson realizes that has little to do with this review. Except that this is what the Operative drinks when excited. On the 10th of January, 1900 hours, Operative Watson refreshes Ally Carter's webpage for the 2,078th time, positive that this time the release date to the new book will jump forward two months. The Operative was wrong. ~ten minu Operative Watson, Gallagher Girl at heart, decides to write a book review before the book even comes out. Operative Watson is drinking apple juice. Operative Watson realizes that has little to do with this review. Except that this is what the Operative drinks when excited. On the 10th of January, 1900 hours, Operative Watson refreshes Ally Carter's webpage for the 2,078th time, positive that this time the release date to the new book will jump forward two months. The Operative was wrong. ~ten minutes later~ The Operative clicks the button again and sips her apple juice in hope that time number 2,099 will be the lucky number. However, a black cat crossed the Operative's path this morning. ~ten minutes later~ The Operative commences rereading the first book in the Gallagher Girls Series, to stay current on all information. Another refresh, feeling hopeful. Dreams crushed like a grape. ~thirty minutes later~ Operative smiles as the Operative reads the part in the book about Josh. Then gives the book the evil eye as she remembers that she is Team Zach. Abandons refreshing methods. The Operative sighs, depressed at the distance from now to March Thirteenth, and resolves to cry self to sleep. The Operative returns. The Operative cries, just because she thinks that maybe it will make reader's feel sympathetic. And if they feel sympathy, MAYBE THEY CAN FIND SOME BLOODY WAY TO MAKE THE NEXT BOOK COME SOONER!!! So, yes, the Operative is crying. The Operative has been far too occupied with beating on the computer(as it refuses to give in and show an earlier release date) to continue with her report. The Operative rereads the first two chapters of the upcoming book that have been released. The Operative throws the computjfhr8qy8437oy5bqo. .. ... ..... The Operative has repaired her computer. The Operative wishes she hadn't read the teasers. They did their job well...*too* well. The Operative feels like her heart is "in bumper to bumper traffic." The Operative retires to go cry. Alone. In a dark place with only a reading light, and the Gallagher Girls series. It's here. It's finally here. The Operative clutches the book to her heart, both excited and afraid of what lays within the pages. To gain courage, the Operative first grabs her Harry Potter glasses (they make her feel more smart and cool) then she grabbed her hunger games books (they make her feel EVEN cooler) and finally, she grabs some apple juice. Then, opens the book. Holding her breath, she read the first line...and fainted.(insert dramatic music here) The Operative has read the book. (About three times at this point). Operative Watson cannot describe her emotions as she writes this. She is relieved, excited, and most of all angry. The Operative eats a strawberry to relieve tension. The Operative is angry, because the book had a cliffhanger. A BLOODY CLIFFHANGAR!!! *cough cough* The Operative asks to be excused for her outburst. Back to the book: Operative Watson was found glued to the book from page one. The plot, which reveals that Cammie had, in fact, been captured by the Circle, was exciting to say the least. Cammie Morgan's biggest fan (The Operative) was appalled to learn that her memory was gone. With the plot going in such a way where the Operative had no ability to predict what would happen, it became even more intriguing. The book was overall very well-written, and The Operative will be here again, likely the same time next year, awaiting the next novel. However. The Operative has some critiquing points. The following requires special clearance. AKA wait until you read the book to read this. Or else, The Operative will find you. O__- The Operative missed her other few favorite characters: Macey, Bex, and Liz. They weren't really *there* but merely protective friends who had missed their Cammie. The Operative was hoping to experience a bit more of their emotions, their fears, etc. rather than just Cammie's constant memory-complaints. Do not misinterpret the Operative here. Operative Watson understood that this book would require character development and would dwell on the lost memory of Cameron Morgan, but the Operative feels more like the characters were a bit lost. For example: The Operative still has NO GRIP on what Zach is really like. (except that he's tall, dark, handsome, mysterious...okay scratch the whole "knows nothing about him" part. The Operative likes that). But Macey, for example, was hardly utilized in the book. hardly. It was depressing. Also, there were A LOT of coincidences. Like, "I've-lived-next-to-the-same-family-my-whole-life-and-we-have-moved-12-times" coincidencey-type-thingy. But anywho. The Operative really did love the novel. Good points! Action. Lots of action. Operative Watson likes action. *sips apple juice* Lots of gasping. And hyperventilating. And maybe a few "Merlin's Beards" (Only used during extreme cicumstances). Plus, the Operative really likes Zach. B) The Operative also appreciated how Bex Baxter remained very...Bex-like. Also, there was a plot twist that literally caused the Operative to see the Big Dipper for a moment or so. This ends Operative Watson's report. The Operative is going to go do some spy-like stuff(kick at pretend bad-guys) in order to calm herself down from the third time she read the book. Until next year. ~Watson

  2. 3 out of 5

    Kiana

    ZACH!! <3<3<3 March 20th, 2012. How in the world am I supposed to wait that long???? It's completely impossible! A GG obsessive cannot just be deprived of it for so long! 2 words: Zach. Shirtless. *swoons and faints* I love the name, I love the plot, I love the series, I love the characters, I love Zach, and I know that I will most definitely love this book! P.S. The cover is gorgeous! Edit 3/13 I just... ohmygosh... I can't...it was.. and gahhh....Preston!!...and Catherine... AND ZACH...Mr. So ZACH!! <3<3<3 March 20th, 2012. How in the world am I supposed to wait that long???? It's completely impossible! A GG obsessive cannot just be deprived of it for so long! 2 words: Zach. Shirtless. *swoons and faints* I love the name, I love the plot, I love the series, I love the characters, I love Zach, and I know that I will most definitely love this book! P.S. The cover is gorgeous! Edit 3/13 I just... ohmygosh... I can't...it was.. and gahhh....Preston!!...and Catherine... AND ZACH...Mr. Solomon <3... I'm speechless. I cannot begin to tell you how brilliant it was. I've already read it twice.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina

    Recipe to make a perfect book Warning: MUST BE COOKED BY ALLY CARTER! Ingredients ~ 10 cups of Zach ~ 9 cups of romance ~ 5 jugs of humour ~ 5 cups of action ~ 2 teaspoons of anger ~ A sprinkle of jealousy ~ A pound of confusion ~ A cup of answers ~ 3 tablespoons of sadness ~ 6 drops of darkness ~ A whole bag filled of suspense and wonderful writing Steps Mix together thoroughly. Melt the pound of confusion and slowly add into batter, especially the first part. Sprinkle jealousy and anger within the first ha Recipe to make a perfect book Warning: MUST BE COOKED BY ALLY CARTER! Ingredients ~ 10 cups of Zach ~ 9 cups of romance ~ 5 jugs of humour ~ 5 cups of action ~ 2 teaspoons of anger ~ A sprinkle of jealousy ~ A pound of confusion ~ A cup of answers ~ 3 tablespoons of sadness ~ 6 drops of darkness ~ A whole bag filled of suspense and wonderful writing Steps Mix together thoroughly. Melt the pound of confusion and slowly add into batter, especially the first part. Sprinkle jealousy and anger within the first half of the batter, fill the second half with more romance. Distribute suspense evenly. Pour batter into around 300 pages. Bake for around 2 years. Add a cover* for extra tastiness. Serve hot. *To make a perfect cover, you will need: ~ A kick-ass colour scheme ~ A catchy title (written in magazine cut-outs) ~ The pretty body of a girl in her new school uniform The ingredients must also include the following "best" quotes (although the commentary is provided by the sous chef, Sabrina): "I remember this." I felt my hand run along his chest, his breath warm on the side of my face. I breathed him in - Zach. "I remember this." And then he kissed me again, and the kiss was all that mattered. He pulled back, traced his lips across the tender place on my head. Many will experience complete "fan-girling" from the above quote. It is sweet and fantastic. He was beside me then, his arms wrapped around me, holding me tightly. "I'm not crazy," I whispered. "I know." Believe it or not, that's the most romantic thing Zachary Goode ever told me. And I kind of loved him for it. Perhaps the best quote in the recipe, this must be included! I, the sous chef, believe this is the first time Head Chef Ally Carter included that main character, Cammie, loves Zachary Goode. "Zach," I said as I lay there. "Where did you go? When you were looking for me?" I shifted in his arms, looked into his eyes. "Crazy." His voice was a whisper against my skin. "I went crazy." There are enough fluffy moments filled with "Zammie" to make any reader satasfied. Many will notice that the above quotes will include an element of romance. The sous chef likes romance very much and those that enjoy lots of romance in their meals will enjoy this recipe. However, there is also lots of "laugh-out-loud" moments included such as: "Ambassador Winters, allow me to introduce my aunt Abby and her ... boyfriend." Townsend tensed. Abby glared. And Rebecca Baxter looked like she was going to choke on her own chewing gum" Make sure to have a napkin nearby, the laughter is uncontrollable. While consuming the "perfect book", many readers experience mixed emotions. They will feel an array of emotions and can turn from happiness to complete anger. The chef, Ally Carter, is truly a master at her work, to be able to elicite such emotions. Many go from this: To this: In only a short amount of pages. To provide proof of such occurences, please refer to the status updates. Jealousy and hatred towards previously favoured characters is known to occur and this bitter taste will evolve into sweetness and sugary goodness soon. The final taste will be salty and addicting. The reader will need to have more but none will be offered ... yet. The final reaction will most likely be joy because the last taste is exploding in ways words cannot describe. WARNING If not completely consumed, reader may experience side effects including: anger towards best friend, resentment to love interest, complete and utter confusion, and most deadly, the need to know what will happen next. Therefore, the entirety must be consumed. Also must be noted: This recipe is much more darker than the previous ones. The darkness is to be expected and will add a certain flavour that is addicting. Not knowing who to trust, even the main character, Cammie, is expected and completely normal. Confusion is a main ingredient and will be experienced both by the characters and the reader. Critics LOVE this recipe Sabrina says, "This book is absolutely amazing! I devoured it all in under a week and then reread it to fully appreciate the juices and fantastic flavour! It was probably the best recipe Ally Carter has ever made and was absolutely brilliant! Loved the darkness of it, as opposed to the usual fluff. Scrumptious!" The next recipe will hopefully come soon! I, the sous chef, cannot wait to see what Ally Carter has in store for us! And that, my friends, is how to make the most perfect book there is: Out of Sight, Out of Time, by Ally Carter. Bon Apetite!

  4. 3 out of 5

    Morgan Walsh

    Review to come.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Demi

    Before I get into this book itself I just have to say, Ally Carter= AWESOME. Seriously. I don't think any author does teen heroines quite like Ally Carter. Now, I think it's a known fact that each book in the Gallagher Girls series is better than the last and this book is no different. There's action, there's an awesome plot, there are surprises and revealations, there's Rome, and, of course, there is romance. But above all that I'd have to say my favorite part of this book (and the series as a Before I get into this book itself I just have to say, Ally Carter= AWESOME. Seriously. I don't think any author does teen heroines quite like Ally Carter. Now, I think it's a known fact that each book in the Gallagher Girls series is better than the last and this book is no different. There's action, there's an awesome plot, there are surprises and revealations, there's Rome, and, of course, there is romance. But above all that I'd have to say my favorite part of this book (and the series as a whole) are the well-developed/and or incredibly hilarious characters. Cammie, Bex, Macey, Liz, Zach, Mr. Solomon, Rachel, Abby, Townsend...need I go on? Each character is different from the next and has their own voice and I love all of them. I can't even pick a favorite because they are just so awesome in their own way! I even hold the secondary characters close to my heart because they bring so much humor to the series. It seems that all the characters seem to really mature and grow up in this book compared to the rest. Of course, Cammie especially. She even notices how different she is now to the way she was in the first book. (Remember silly Cammie who worried about having a boyfriend?) Speaking of the first book, another part of this book I loved a lot was (without spoiling anything) the way it tied in certain aspects (and characters) from the first three books. There will be a point where you will stop everything and find your copy of I'd Tell You I Love You But then I'd Have to Kill You and reread a section in there and think "OK" (unless you're like me and have read the first book so many times that you have practically memorized...). There are a few characters from the first couple of books that are back and relevent as well (one in particular that made me INCREDIBLY happy to see.) The fact that this book has always been in first person point of view always made the reader feel positive and assured of who Cammie was and that she could be trusted. But since Cammie has lost her memory of the last few months, Cammie AND the reader are left completly in the dark. And so Cammie (and the reader) begins to question whether she can truely trust herself. Out of Sight, Out of Time was truely fantastic and well worth the long wait. I am excitedly waiting the next in the series (which I believe is supposed to be the last. WHAT? NO!)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kristina

    Have you ever read of book that made you want to do this?: But also this?:                That above is how I felt when I read Out of Sight, Out of Time. Don't get me wrong, it was FANTASTIC. Ally Carter did the most amazing job on this book. Her books take forever to come out but every minute of waiting was worth it. If you don't believe me read the book right now. If you don't have it, go to your local library, and request it, so you can read it. My brain was on overload after reading this. I Have you ever read of book that made you want to do this?: But also this?:                That above is how I felt when I read Out of Sight, Out of Time. Don't get me wrong, it was FANTASTIC. Ally Carter did the most amazing job on this book. Her books take forever to come out but every minute of waiting was worth it. If you don't believe me read the book right now. If you don't have it, go to your local library, and request it, so you can read it. My brain was on overload after reading this. I waiting for sooooo long to read this, and it did not disappoint. And if your one of those people that think this is too late in coming, WHO CARES? JUST GO AND READ THE BOOK. READ. THE. BOOK. REEEAADDD IIITTTT.         Now onto the real review. The book starts out with Cammie just waking up at a convent up in the Alps. She doesn't remember anything about her summer. She phones home and a helicopter comes to get her. When she gets back to the Academy, her friends and classmates act cold toward her. She's frustrated and she thinks that Bex is with Zach. She's trying so hard to get her memory back, but it just isn't working. The Circle is still hot on her trail and she knows if she ever leaves the Academy, she may not make it back in one piece. The students and her friends are tip-toeing around her, like she's flammable and might combust at any moment. Cammie's also haunted by nightmares, she sleepwalks, and every time she moves, she feels there is always a pair of eyes on her.         This latest installment of the Gallagher Girls is darker than the rest of the books, compared to the first book, I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have to Kill You. This installment deals with the Circle ruthlessly following her, but she doesn't know why. Her mother and her Aunt Abby think that she may have been tortured, and that's the reason she can't remember anything about the summer. When the special agents working on Cammie's case find a clue, they go off running. Cammie will do anything to find out what happened last Summer and how she lost her memory.           Out of Sight, Out of Time is probably my favorite of the Gallagher Girl books, it just had so much action and even a little more romance than the other books in this series. Ally Carter doesn't over-do it on the romance, but she puts in just enough to leave you wanting more. Zach. You guys. Zach. He was perfect. Not to go all fan-girly, but he put just enough space between Cammie and himself, that she knew if she fell, he would catch her. Zach was romantic and boyfriend-y, at exactly the right places and he is just an all around good dude. He's the perfect spy boyfriend that any Gallagher Girl could have. In conclusion, do you should definitely read Out of Sight, Out of Time! Ally Carter is a genius.   < First read March 16-18, 2012 Reread: June 4, 2017

  7. 4 out of 5

    may ❀

    So the rating since the last book remains the same, thank goodness, I don’t think I can handle any more disappointment from this series (it used all its allotted disappointment slots too bad) This book was probably better than the previous book in that the writing is much MORE fitting to the genre. No more whiny characters or terrible terrible humour (tho its still a bit cheesy for YA, but it’s a work in progress) I found that this book focused more on Cammie and her internal struggles as well as So the rating since the last book remains the same, thank goodness, I don’t think I can handle any more disappointment from this series (it used all its allotted disappointment slots too bad) This book was probably better than the previous book in that the writing is much MORE fitting to the genre. No more whiny characters or terrible terrible humour (tho its still a bit cheesy for YA, but it’s a work in progress) I found that this book focused more on Cammie and her internal struggles as well as her need to find answers pertaining to her father. So yes, there’s a lot of self-doubt and terribly irrational decisions made on her part, but she goes through a great learning process. I was kinda pissed tho with a bunch of things. #1 mainly Bex’s attitude for the first 50% of the book. I mean what the eff man, get over yourself, bye snobby brat child. #2 romantic drama for no reason ??? Zach is cute, kinda cliché and lame and the slightest bit boring, but we could definitely work with him. There were a few twists and turns that I DID NOT see coming and while there was no out-loud-gasping, there were a few raised-eyebrows moments. So yeah, one more book to go, lets see how this finally plays out. . . There are things in this life…in this world…There are things that you don’t want to remember. 3 stars!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sue (Hollywood News Source)

    REREAD: July, 27 2015 ITS STILL MY MOST FAVORITE <3 Actual Rating: 4.5 stars MY MOST FAVORITE GALLAGHER GIRLS BOOK SO FAR.

  9. 3 out of 5

    Kat

    Alright, this review is going to have a lot of spoilers. So if you have not read this book yet, DO NOT READ THIS REVIEW!!! (and read the book already!!) So the beginning of the book, in my opinion, started very well. I liked how she woke up in a convent all the way out in the Alps. It really showed that Cammie had traveled A LOT over the summer. And then the whole memory loss thing really started to effect the story. Because so much was missing between June and October. Everything was like crazy. Alright, this review is going to have a lot of spoilers. So if you have not read this book yet, DO NOT READ THIS REVIEW!!! (and read the book already!!) So the beginning of the book, in my opinion, started very well. I liked how she woke up in a convent all the way out in the Alps. It really showed that Cammie had traveled A LOT over the summer. And then the whole memory loss thing really started to effect the story. Because so much was missing between June and October. Everything was like crazy. And in the beginning I hated Bex for acting like that towards Cam. I understand that she was mad that she left and didn't bring them but the way she was acting really crossed the line. And when Cammie thought Zach and Bex were together I was ready to scream. Thank goodness they weren't but that scared me. At the cabin after Bex and Cammie talked/yelled I freaked out when they figured out the bullet was meant for Cam. I'm pretty sure I even shouted "What?!" at the book. When Cam killed the sniper I was shocked. I honestly expected more to come out of that though. I thought she would like freak out and have a major breakdown. I know she was upset about it but I expected her reaction to be much worse. And then there was the whole trip to Rome. Now that was interesting. First, her finding out she was with someone when she was there. Then, Zach shows up while she's sleepwalking. (what luck) And THEN, she figures out she was with Preston!?!!!(I liked how Zach was jealous though!) Like, wow. I was not expecting that. And after the Circle attacked for the second time and Cam found the letter from her dad I knew something big was going to happen soon. But I had NO IDEA what she would find. First, the place where she was held and tortured by the Circle. And then... Her dad's grave. I legit started crying. I was so upset cause I wanted her to find her dad in this book or the next and for there to be this big happy reunion. But that's not what happened. I honestly couldn't believe it and I had to read that part at least three times until I was positive I'd read it right. When Liz came out and said the Mr. Soloman had woken up, I wanted to throw the book. How could one of the happiest moments possible happen at one of the saddest moments possible?!?! How?!?! Ugh. That was upsetting 'cause Liz and Cam's mom were all happy (and Zach but you can't blame him for being happy) but of course they had to tell them. Alright, I just have to say, I HATE Zach's mom. I mean I'm sure everyone does but I just had to say it. She just HAD to show up after they found the list. Of course she did. And she's also the idiot who made Cam fall and let the list go over the cliff into the ocean. I hope she gets killed in the last book. Her, AND Dr. Steve. Oh my gosh, when Cammie went to see him and he started telling her all that stuff about him being with the Circle I was. So. Confused. And when he told her to jump and she said she would I was like "what?!?! Are you crazy??! I know you hurt your head and all but you have to be a moron to just stand and let him keep talking!!!!!" Thank goodness, nothing horrible happened after that or I Wouldn't have finished the book. When Cam wrote down the list I was so happy though. I was like "Yes!!! So they technically did beat the Circle!!" (well not yet but they will) Overall, I LOVED this book. A lot of it didn't go the way I wanted but I didn't expect it to. This is my favorite series ever and I can't wait until the next (and last!) book comes out. Though I think I'll be pretty sad when it's all over. But I'll just have wait until book #6!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    I will shove these books into people's hands whether they are willing or not

  11. 3 out of 5

    Rebecca

    This fucking series, I swear to god. The characters. The plot. The pacing. The absolutely everything. If you haven't read it and you don't pick up the first book like right this second then we just can't be friends. I'm sorry but I don't make the rules.

  12. 3 out of 5

    Lore

    BAM. That. Was. AWESOME.

  13. 3 out of 5

    April*procrastinator and proud*

    THIS WAS SO AWESOME! why? because: 1) More mystery 2) More espionage 3) More answers 4) More Zach 5) ZACH/CAMMIE MOMENTS! WOOOOWEEEEE! The plot reeallly starts to thicken in this book! The ending was intense, like the last one :3 I am veeeery pleased with this book *claps hands together with enthusiasm* You guys wanna know something??? *sorta spoiler alert, that is if you're a spoiler prude* ZACH GOES TO GALLAGHER ACADEMY! That made my day! Because that means there'll be a lot more of him, because he wa THIS WAS SO AWESOME! why? because: 1) More mystery 2) More espionage 3) More answers 4) More Zach 5) ZACH/CAMMIE MOMENTS! WOOOOWEEEEE! The plot reeallly starts to thicken in this book! The ending was intense, like the last one :3 I am veeeery pleased with this book *claps hands together with enthusiasm* You guys wanna know something??? *sorta spoiler alert, that is if you're a spoiler prude* ZACH GOES TO GALLAGHER ACADEMY! That made my day! Because that means there'll be a lot more of him, because he wasn't in the first book at all, in the second book more, not in third so much. But seriously you guys, what do you think of Townsend? HOTHOTHOT! (not as hot as Mr. Solomon though >.<) I think he was hot only because Cammie said he was a future Zach, haha, I'm a very fickle person.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Siiri (Little Pieces of Imagination)

    WHAT. THE. HELL. WAS. THIS. BOOK???? I am taken aback by how much I loved it. During this Gallagher Girls binge reading I have been updating some of my friends in group texts and I didn't have any time to update them during this book, because I was too busy crying over EVERYTHING. The friendships, plot, characters, family dynamics--everything gets bigger and better and I JUST COULDN'T GET ENOUGH. It was amazing and I am very eager to get to the final book. I did guess some things beforehand though: WHAT. THE. HELL. WAS. THIS. BOOK???? I am taken aback by how much I loved it. During this Gallagher Girls binge reading I have been updating some of my friends in group texts and I didn't have any time to update them during this book, because I was too busy crying over EVERYTHING. The friendships, plot, characters, family dynamics--everything gets bigger and better and I JUST COULDN'T GET ENOUGH. It was amazing and I am very eager to get to the final book. I did guess some things beforehand though: (view spoiler)[that the necklace was the key, that this song was maybe used for a hypnosis (especially after Catherine started humming it in the caves); I had guessed earlier in book 2 that Dr. Steve was the bad guy and lmao he truly showed his colours in this book. I MEAN??? NO ONE WHO LETS AND WANTS THEMSELVES TO BE CALLED DR. STEVE CAN BE DECENT, RIGHT? Also, I guessed about Preston's dad, because it was just to "convenient" (hide spoiler)] but idk all of these things didn't take away from the book, it was actually hella lot fun to get confirmation about some of my theories. One more thing: WHY HAVEN'T THESE BOOKS BEEN MADE INTO MOVIES YET??????

  15. 3 out of 5

    SunriseDemon

    Finally, the book that's taken two years, unfortunately. I almost fell out of my chair when I saw this was coming out, and then I saw it was still another year away. I was ready to slam my head on my desk. This series is amazing yet she focuses on the series that aren't as popular. Which brings me to my number one complaint: Who leaves you hanging for two years on a cliffhanger like that?! This book has so much promise, and will most likely be the second to last or third to last book in the serie Finally, the book that's taken two years, unfortunately. I almost fell out of my chair when I saw this was coming out, and then I saw it was still another year away. I was ready to slam my head on my desk. This series is amazing yet she focuses on the series that aren't as popular. Which brings me to my number one complaint: Who leaves you hanging for two years on a cliffhanger like that?! This book has so much promise, and will most likely be the second to last or third to last book in the series. She get's me hooked on EVERY character, and then I have to wait two years. This leaves me with one last thing to say. For God's sake woman, hurry up with the damn book! EDIT: Okay, finished it this week! I swear, the books never stop being interesting, but after waiting a year I finish it in half a day. Just as good as the rest, and makes me want to re-read the series

  16. 3 out of 5

    Eloise

    I want to read this book soooooooooooooooooo bad!! I love this series and I hate how the last book was left at a cliffhanger and I still don't know what has happened. Ally Carter needs to write waaaay quicker and focus on one series at a time! I am really disappointed with this author and I hope Gallagher Girls book 5 is really good and worth the wait! I love the title and the cover!! It just makes me want to read this book more. I started off this series pretty much as soon as the first book ca I want to read this book soooooooooooooooooo bad!! I love this series and I hate how the last book was left at a cliffhanger and I still don't know what has happened. Ally Carter needs to write waaaay quicker and focus on one series at a time! I am really disappointed with this author and I hope Gallagher Girls book 5 is really good and worth the wait! I love the title and the cover!! It just makes me want to read this book more. I started off this series pretty much as soon as the first book came out and as the other 3 books came out I bought them straight away too so I have been waiting a long time for this series to finish. So PLEASE Ally Carter..I am begging you release this earlier! 2012 hurry up!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kendall Anne

    Ok. I need this book, like NOW. Wow. So, you know how everyone always says don't judge a book by its cover, read it first.....blah blah. Well, I kind of thought this series looked odd and not something I would enjoy. A friend recommended it, I found the second book at a book sale, and I read the first four. I can't wait fro the fifth book, and since its a good series it will hopefully be worth the wait!! I am SO glad I read these books, I didn't know what I was missing! So now, I am going to giv Ok. I need this book, like NOW. Wow. So, you know how everyone always says don't judge a book by its cover, read it first.....blah blah. Well, I kind of thought this series looked odd and not something I would enjoy. A friend recommended it, I found the second book at a book sale, and I read the first four. I can't wait fro the fifth book, and since its a good series it will hopefully be worth the wait!! I am SO glad I read these books, I didn't know what I was missing! So now, I am going to give the book a try before deciding I don't think I'll like it. =) ******************************************************************* YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!! OFFICIAL TITLE?? AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I CAN'T WAIT!!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Brigid

    It's like a teenage drama mixed with the Bourne Identity!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ashpash

    THIS BOOK WAS A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!!! I have to admit i was furious in the beginning when it seemed Bex and Zach were dating, but then everything cleared up and i was like *sigh* (though i have to admit that i was getting pretty annoyed of Zach always asking Cammie if she was okay and how their conversations went from being witty banter to slightly less depth) =) I LOVE the fact that Cammie's emotions are so raw in this one. I love how we get to see her mature and feel uncomfortable in her own skin w THIS BOOK WAS A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!!! I have to admit i was furious in the beginning when it seemed Bex and Zach were dating, but then everything cleared up and i was like *sigh* (though i have to admit that i was getting pretty annoyed of Zach always asking Cammie if she was okay and how their conversations went from being witty banter to slightly less depth) =) I LOVE the fact that Cammie's emotions are so raw in this one. I love how we get to see her mature and feel uncomfortable in her own skin when she returns. (and aren't her gun skills badA**!) Anyways i love it! and i hate the fact that i finished it in one day=P CANT WAIT FOR MORE!!!!!<3

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Ally Carter’s wildly popular Gallagher Girls series continues with Out of Sight, Out of Time, exposing readers a new, darker side of Cammie and the Gallagher Academy. Over the course of the past two books, Carter has introduced more and more reality to Cammie’s life. At the start of the series, she was a sophomore at the prestigious Gallagher Academy, a school for spies. And despite her above average IQ and unique skill set – covert operations – she was just a teenage girl. She worried about boys Ally Carter’s wildly popular Gallagher Girls series continues with Out of Sight, Out of Time, exposing readers a new, darker side of Cammie and the Gallagher Academy. Over the course of the past two books, Carter has introduced more and more reality to Cammie’s life. At the start of the series, she was a sophomore at the prestigious Gallagher Academy, a school for spies. And despite her above average IQ and unique skill set – covert operations – she was just a teenage girl. She worried about boys, loved her friends, and craved some shred of normalcy in her life. Then came the threat of The Circle – a threat that was not fabricated or monitored by her teachers but was quite actually real. Slowly but surely, readers watched as Cammie’s carefully constructed world crumbled. Now, with Out of Sight, Out of Time, readers will finally have to face the truth: that nothing they know about Cammie, her life, or those closest to her is exactly what it seems. The change in this latest installment in the beloved series is monumental. The greatest testament to this is Cammie. No longer is she the buoyant, blonde-haired underclassman readers knew. The Cammie in Out of Sight, Out of Time is an amnesic, black-haired senior who may or may not be going crazy. And, unlike in past novels, Cammie’s reliability as a narrator is called into question. Missing nearly four months of time, it is difficult to ascertain whether or not Cammie can truly be trusted. Like Cammie, readers will be fighting an internal battle: to trust Cammie or to doubt her. Emotionally, this is by far the best of the Gallagher Girl books. For the first time, Cammie is vulnerable, a trait one would not normally associate with the aloof “Chameleon.” As she struggles to come to terms with all that has transpired and with the terrifying thought that her memories may never return, her emotions jump from sorrow to anger to fear. This emotional roller coaster, coupled with an unforeseen, heartbreaking twist, will leave readers shell shocked. And, of course, it would not be an Ally Carter book without unexpected revelations and shocking curveballs. The plotting in Out of Sight, Out of Time is, as always, superb. Especially brilliant was Carter’s decision to draw from the first book in the series for new, game changing twists. This tied the whole series together and showed just how greatly the events of the past four semesters have rocked Cammie’s world. With all of the intrigue of the past four books and the added darkness of Cammie’s forgotten summer, Out of Sight, Out of Time is sure to enthrall fans of the series and leave them hungering for the sixth, and final, novel.

  21. 3 out of 5

    Silvana [The Book Voyagers]

    I am in love with this series. I can't help but binge-read the whole series to be quite honest. I am a bit obsessed with the drama and the plot lines and the characters. Ally Carter writes in a way that makes me want to be the characters or run from them. It's so unbelievable amazing. I keep thinking about it all even after finishing the book. And I can't shake the excitement of starting the last book. I think this is my favorite book of Cammie. Though I love Cammie quite a lot, she was a friggin I am in love with this series. I can't help but binge-read the whole series to be quite honest. I am a bit obsessed with the drama and the plot lines and the characters. Ally Carter writes in a way that makes me want to be the characters or run from them. It's so unbelievable amazing. I keep thinking about it all even after finishing the book. And I can't shake the excitement of starting the last book. I think this is my favorite book of Cammie. Though I love Cammie quite a lot, she was a frigging badass in this one. The song, the surprising things she could do, everything was like perfection for me. I absolutely adored Zach in this book. He was like there. All. The. Time. Which was a fantastic thing for me. I loved reading scenes that has him in them. And Cammie. They have chemistry that you could totally see from so far away. I don't even know why I questioned that love in the beginning of this book. I just have some bad memories with other books that had a same feeling. But no. Thank the gods above, Gallagher Girls series always prove me wrong. The girls were ah-mazing. I love all of them. Girl power to the max. Mr. Solomon, Cammie's mom, Abby, PRESTON WAS BACK. (THIS GETS TO ME A LOT - I WANT HIM IN EVERY SCENE EVERYWHERE HE'S MY BABY I LOVE HIM- AND I KNOW I'M SEEING HIM IN BOOK 6 HELLO BABY IM COMING) This book, if I'm able to say, is my favorite. Yet. I have no idea if book 6 is going to cut my chest open and take my heart. But as I already have the knowledge of Ally Carter's book, I bet my piece of cake that it will do that.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Covert Operations Report By Anna Sk (hereafter referred to as "The Operative") Phase 5. At this point, the Operative proceeded from a state of mild shock, to total. This phase of the mission was by far the most intense and most difficult to complete. Overlooking Asset Morgan's state of being was vicious to the Operative's psyche due to Morgan's decline in her emotional state. The Operative wanted to wrap Asset Morgan in protective bubble-wrap and hide her in the most secure location she could find. T Covert Operations Report By Anna Sk (hereafter referred to as "The Operative") Phase 5. At this point, the Operative proceeded from a state of mild shock, to total. This phase of the mission was by far the most intense and most difficult to complete. Overlooking Asset Morgan's state of being was vicious to the Operative's psyche due to Morgan's decline in her emotional state. The Operative wanted to wrap Asset Morgan in protective bubble-wrap and hide her in the most secure location she could find. Though, the Operative would also like to know what occured during that fateful summer and understand the secrets that started unraveling towards the end of the mission. The Operative would also like to state that this particular Phase happens to be her most favourite one that she would read the reports from it again. Additional input: the Operative at the beginning of Phase 5, was most displeased with Asset Baxter's behaviour. She had the urge to put into action her Handbook of Martial Arts: Beginners. Proceed to the final, Phase 6.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    reread whenever I get into a book hangover (aka read way too books in short amount of time), I reread my favorites. like Harry Potter. and now, the Gallagher Girls series. love this series so much <3 <3 <3 original review <3 <3 <3

  24. 3 out of 5

    Allie

    After reading this, I thought back on the first few books and got so nostalgic... Like, how is it even possible that everything was so light-hearted and happy at one point in this series?! This book was just... wow. It was so much darker than any of the other books, but it was seriously so good, guys. There was never a dull moment and I honestly wanted to cry a couple of times. I seriously cannot wait to read United We Spy and see how all of this ends!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sage Elizabeth

    4.75* 10 year old me is shook

  26. 3 out of 5

    Sophie Riggsby / allthingsequilateral

    Review published on Mundie Moms: http://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2012/0... on 3/16/2012* What can I possibly say about one of my most highly anticipated books this year? Let me do this in the spirit of one of my favorite YA heroines, Cammie herself: PROs and CONS of READING Ally Carter's Out of Sight, Out of Time. (A list compiled by a tired mom-of-three who skipped sleep in favor of finishing the latest installment of a beloved series. WARNING: This may not make sense except when read during pre-d Review published on Mundie Moms: http://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2012/0... on 3/16/2012* What can I possibly say about one of my most highly anticipated books this year? Let me do this in the spirit of one of my favorite YA heroines, Cammie herself: PROs and CONS of READING Ally Carter's Out of Sight, Out of Time. (A list compiled by a tired mom-of-three who skipped sleep in favor of finishing the latest installment of a beloved series. WARNING: This may not make sense except when read during pre-dawn hours). PRO: First, and most importantly, I finished this book at 3 a.m. It's that kind of can't-put-this-book-down story. Ally Carter is such a master of increasing stakes in each story and chapter that just when you think it couldn't possibly get worse, well, it does and it does so believably. Her perfectly timed reveals should be studied in writing classes. CON: You will read these books in a day. There are expected side effects to the resulting sleep loss, so if you see me today, please point me in the direction of the nearest caffeinated beverage. PRO:Ally has a way of leaving the ending, not quite cliffhanger-y, but giving you that soft landing before you realize another precipice is near. I love this so much because it makes me remember and want to re-read every moment until next year's release. CON: I may be more crazed than usual when you find me in a book store because I will be talking to perfect strangers and insisting they buy all five books at once. I'll keep muttering to them something about "you'll need to know." PRO: You will add to your list of Fictional Characters I Love. Yes, even (removed for spoilers). CON: If Sophie's removing names for fear of spoilers and forgetting that she's referencing herself in third person, those characters are ones you must meet. PRO: It's not a story just about teenagers. I know, I got those judgy looks at the pool this past summer when "those other moms" walked past me wondering why I was reading a book clearly not meant for my age group. This story, more so than even the other four, is ALL about family. The family we are born into and the family we make with our friends. The adults in this book are so well written that I want to meet them in real life. Especially Cammie's mom. CON: I want to meet Catherine, too. (Who is she and why am I blatantly referencing her? Read the books. Yes, all five. You'll need to know.) PRO: Zach. CON: Your Hot Fictional Boys List will be reshuffled. Have I convinced you? Are you going to get all five books at once?? Remember my warning -- you'll need to know. As for me, I'm going to re-read this by listening to the audiobook on my way to Ally's San Jose signing next week. If you see me, I promise I'll be much more rested and logical. Or at least more caffeinated. Oh, and don't forget to check out The Gallagher Academy (http://www.thegallagheracademy.com/). You'll want to read the short story there just for all the different POVs (Zach's too) and yes, it dovetails nicely into Out of Sight, Out of Time.

  27. 4 out of 5

    BookHeroin

    3.5 stars!

  28. 3 out of 5

    LoganErin

    I read this the day it came out after waiting for like ever. It was so worth the wait. I loved it. I couldn't put it down and I read it in one night. It rocked!!! Can't wait for GG6!!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

    Love this series so much!

  30. 3 out of 5

    Adriana

    Absolutely loved reading about Cammie's descent to crazy. The idea of her being tortured and having to deal with being different was perfect. It made everything even more real. Yeah, they've fought and have been almost kidnapped before, but none of the girls have faced this. Real life as spies can be a risky and tough life. I have one question: How did she remember all of that?

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