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In der Gallagher Akademie bahnt sich neues Chaos an. Denn Cammie und ihre Freundinnen Bex und Liz kommen einem Geheimnis auf die Spur: Die Schulleitung hat Gäste eingeladen, die die kühnsten Erwartungen der Mädchen übertreffen. Einer davon ist der Jungagent Zach, der Cammie immer wieder über den Weg läuft und einfach unwiderstehlich ist. Doch etwas scheint mit ihm nicht zu In der Gallagher Akademie bahnt sich neues Chaos an. Denn Cammie und ihre Freundinnen Bex und Liz kommen einem Geheimnis auf die Spur: Die Schulleitung hat Gäste eingeladen, die die kühnsten Erwartungen der Mädchen übertreffen. Einer davon ist der Jungagent Zach, der Cammie immer wieder über den Weg läuft und einfach unwiderstehlich ist. Doch etwas scheint mit ihm nicht zu stimmen. Als in der Gallagher Akademie eine Serie von Sicherheitslücken auftritt, wird ausgerechnet Traumprinz Zach für Cammie zum Hauptverdächtigen. Ob sie ihm wirklich etwas nachweisen kann?


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In der Gallagher Akademie bahnt sich neues Chaos an. Denn Cammie und ihre Freundinnen Bex und Liz kommen einem Geheimnis auf die Spur: Die Schulleitung hat Gäste eingeladen, die die kühnsten Erwartungen der Mädchen übertreffen. Einer davon ist der Jungagent Zach, der Cammie immer wieder über den Weg läuft und einfach unwiderstehlich ist. Doch etwas scheint mit ihm nicht zu In der Gallagher Akademie bahnt sich neues Chaos an. Denn Cammie und ihre Freundinnen Bex und Liz kommen einem Geheimnis auf die Spur: Die Schulleitung hat Gäste eingeladen, die die kühnsten Erwartungen der Mädchen übertreffen. Einer davon ist der Jungagent Zach, der Cammie immer wieder über den Weg läuft und einfach unwiderstehlich ist. Doch etwas scheint mit ihm nicht zu stimmen. Als in der Gallagher Akademie eine Serie von Sicherheitslücken auftritt, wird ausgerechnet Traumprinz Zach für Cammie zum Hauptverdächtigen. Ob sie ihm wirklich etwas nachweisen kann?

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Lola

    I can’t stop thinking about this series. It’s so addictive I’m truly scared I’m not going to be able to ever forget it and I have this feeling that it’s ruining the ‘espionage’ YA genre for me, because I don’t think I’ll ever find a book/series of that genre as good as this one. But you know what? I don’t care anymore. I love this series and I’m going to love it with all my heart. I can say this, even though this is only the second book, since this is a reread for me: The Gallagher Girls is in my I can’t stop thinking about this series. It’s so addictive I’m truly scared I’m not going to be able to ever forget it and I have this feeling that it’s ruining the ‘espionage’ YA genre for me, because I don’t think I’ll ever find a book/series of that genre as good as this one. But you know what? I don’t care anymore. I love this series and I’m going to love it with all my heart. I can say this, even though this is only the second book, since this is a reread for me: The Gallagher Girls is in my top 10 favourite series of all time. The narration, let me tell you, is one of the things you’ll like most. We’re told that the characters are super intelligent and incredible spies, but honestly, we don’t even have to be told that; we can see it through their actions, ways of thinking and processing information and their passion. They want to save the world and they’re willing to sacrifice so much for humanity. So, reader, are you ready for more action, intricate romance, peculiarly developed mystery and fun? Come on, let me hear you say it. HELL YEAH. BD | Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google+ | Bloglovin’

  2. 3 out of 5

    Sophie Riggsby / allthingsequilateral

    *Review posted on Mundie Moms on August 20, 2011* I love discovering a series that has a number of books out already. But the problem? Well, I seem to be devouring them in one sitting. I tried to slow down my reading of Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy, but I couldn’t seem to stop turning pages. For starters, I wanted to know what Cammie’s mother was hiding and what was that new construction in the school all about? Then in a countersurveillance exercise with the always fun-to-read Mr. Solomon, I *Review posted on Mundie Moms on August 20, 2011* I love discovering a series that has a number of books out already. But the problem? Well, I seem to be devouring them in one sitting. I tried to slow down my reading of Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy, but I couldn’t seem to stop turning pages. For starters, I wanted to know what Cammie’s mother was hiding and what was that new construction in the school all about? Then in a countersurveillance exercise with the always fun-to-read Mr. Solomon, I smiled when a new character was introduced as he walked into an elevator with Cammie during that very exercise (page 71-72): The elevator seemed to move slower and slower as the clock in my head ticked louder and louder, and I thought about how Mr. Solomon might make us walk back to Roseville if no one achieved our mission objectives. “You in a hurry or something?” the boy asked. “Actually, I’m supposed to meet my teacher at the ruby slipper exhibit. I’ve only got twenty minutes, and if I’m late, he’ll kill me.” (Not a lie, but maybe an exaggeration—I hoped.) “How do you know?” “Because he said, ‘Meet me at the ruby slipper exhibit.’” “No.” The boy was smiling, shaking his head. “How do you know you only have twenty minutes? You’re not wearing a watch.” “My friend just told me.” The lie was smooth and easy, and I was a little bit proud of it, happy that I didn’t have to think about how in forty-five seconds, this boy had noticed something that Josh hadn’t seen in four months. “You fidget a lot,” he said. Make that two things Josh hadn’t even seen. “I’m sorry,” I said, but I wasn’t. “I have low blood sugar.” Lie number three. “I need to eat something.” Which wasn’t really a lie, since…well…I was hungry. And then the stranger boy totally knocked me for a loop, because he handed me a bag of M&Ms. “Here. I ate most of them already.” And in that second, I forgot all about Josh. I’m not going to spoil this for you, Mundie Moms; I will say this – get the series. Get all of them. Trust me when I say, you will love the way Zach (that’s the boy in the quote) says the word, “Spy.” His snarky attitude and ability to best Cammie made for the best kind of reading. The kind where there’s a smile plastered on your face. Just for the record, page 235 contained one of my favorite last lines ever. If you haven’t picked this series up yet, please do. As for me, I’m moving on to the third book, Don’t Judge a Girl By Her Cover and yes, I’m still grinning.

  3. 4 out of 5

    may ❀

    Who would have thought a sequel could be better than the first book??? Okay, not SUBSTAINTAILLY better, but noticeably better. I finished this book in less than 2 hours and im just grateful these books are short otherwise I would be encouraged to do other things ((laundry)) than read this book That’s how bad they can get – im not even exaggerating But book #2 was better and I think going in with 0.00 expectations made me //enjoy// it more than I thought it would Yes, there’s still more TALK of bei Who would have thought a sequel could be better than the first book??? Okay, not SUBSTAINTAILLY better, but noticeably better. I finished this book in less than 2 hours and im just grateful these books are short otherwise I would be encouraged to do other things ((laundry)) than read this book That’s how bad they can get – im not even exaggerating But book #2 was better and I think going in with 0.00 expectations made me //enjoy// it more than I thought it would Yes, there’s still more TALK of being a bada*s spy who is fluent in 17 languages than ACTUALLY being a bada*s spy. Its more of a rom-com ft. some spy related ish so keep that in mind But hey, I was actually ENGAGED in this book, even if it was for 55 seconds but that’s a step up from the first book which was a complete and utter tragedy Still lots of tropes like the beautifully, quirky, and hilarious MC that thinks shes so plain and boring ((which spoiler, she is)) and yet she somehow dazzles all the boys ??? oh and hot boys too Theres still the cringe that is the humour. Like its not the worst I’ve seen but its pretty close. Its just v much trying too hard Also I really have to resist gagging after the girls refer to their teacher, on multiple occasions as ‘sexy’ bc no plz no But the ending was actually slightly thrilling even tho it was VERY predictable but definitely an improvement Im praying the next books also improve so I can stick around just a bit longer 2 stars!!

  4. 3 out of 5

    Sue (Hollywood News Source)

    REREAD: July 26, 2015 It will never be the same. I'm bumping up the rating to 4 stars. Initial read: January 21, 2015 Rating: 3.8 stars One thing you should know about me is, I have a short attention span. I can't never get anything done without chirping a couple of nonsensical chores between my reading.  I was pleasantly surprised to find myself finishing Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy in one day. Its genuinely short, but still my effort deserved to be applauded. Verdict: I'm not in love with this se REREAD: July 26, 2015 It will never be the same. I'm bumping up the rating to 4 stars. Initial read: January 21, 2015 Rating: 3.8 stars One thing you should know about me is, I have a short attention span. I can't never get anything done without chirping a couple of nonsensical chores between my reading.  I was pleasantly surprised to find myself finishing Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy in one day. Its genuinely short, but still my effort deserved to be applauded. Verdict: I'm not in love with this series yet, but so far its promising.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Leanna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I read Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy's prequel—I’d Tell You I Love You But Then I’d Have to Kill You—last July at my mother's recommendation. I enjoyed, but didn’t love, the book, and it clearly made very little impression on me. I honestly couldn’t remember a majority of what took place in I’d Tell You, including most of the characters. This forgetfulness is either the fault of an aged brain (entirely possible) or a not-so-thrilling storyline (also possible). Maybe it’s because of my amnesia or I read Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy's prequel—I’d Tell You I Love You But Then I’d Have to Kill You—last July at my mother's recommendation. I enjoyed, but didn’t love, the book, and it clearly made very little impression on me. I honestly couldn’t remember a majority of what took place in I’d Tell You, including most of the characters. This forgetfulness is either the fault of an aged brain (entirely possible) or a not-so-thrilling storyline (also possible). Maybe it’s because of my amnesia or since reading I’ve overdosed on young adult novels, but I much prefer the sequel. The hijinks of high school sophomore Cammie Morgan and her best friends at an all-girl spy school are delightfully fun. And I also enjoyed the romance (or was it just a cover) between Cammie and another teen spy, Zach. This is not to say the book is perfect. For someone trained to be a spy from birth, for someone who supposedly developed spy gear at age seven, and for someone who speaks fourteen languages fluently (Carter repeats this fact about a thousand times in the book), Cammie sure does some stupid things. Can she really be angsting at the same time she’s scoping out how many bald males in a crowd are wearing watches? The book is entirely fantastic—and some descriptions of the CIA-sponsored school and gadgets are just too much to handle—but one aspect of the book was just too unreal to believe. SPOILER ALERT: Fifteen male students from an all-boy boarding school move into the all-girl boarding school. Talk about a recipe for disaster. What could be worse—hormonally speaking—than throwing together teenagers who have been deprived of the opposite sex most of their lives? Yet, the book makes no mention of the complications inherent in the situation—surely to maintain its G-rated tone—but I was reminded of my uncle who invited a male foreign exchange student to live with him and his five daughters. Was he really surprised when one ended up pregnant? Overall, the book is entertaining and contains nothing offensive for a 12-year-old girl or a 58-year-old grandmother.

  6. 3 out of 5

    Jillian (bookishandnerdy)

    book #6 completed for booktubeathon 2018! the epilogue. THE. EPILOGUE. boooiiii let me tell you i am loving this series so far. the characters are great. the spy school setting is great. I JUST...YES MORE PLS THX.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Eri

    re-read on 1/18/15 You can also read this review and others on my blog. Reading this brought back all of the memories of why I love this series so much. Why despite having read this for the first time five years ago, I still push it up to the top of my favorite books list all the time. This book is my comfort food, and without fail, it always make me smile and swoon and laugh and a tad sad at times. Cammie is one of my favorite girls ever, perhaps because of her endearing awkwardness, something I re-read on 1/18/15 You can also read this review and others on my blog. Reading this brought back all of the memories of why I love this series so much. Why despite having read this for the first time five years ago, I still push it up to the top of my favorite books list all the time. This book is my comfort food, and without fail, it always make me smile and swoon and laugh and a tad sad at times. Cammie is one of my favorite girls ever, perhaps because of her endearing awkwardness, something I relate to quite well, and her honestly entertaining commentary and thoughts. She's natural, despite her impressive skills as a spy-in-training, and a normal teenage girl suffering from the lingering effects of The Subject (to prevent spoilers). She has her own loyal crew of her friends: the charmer Bex, genius Liz, and versed in real-world Macey (who is one of my favorites surprisingly. Plus introduce us to Preston soon please.) Friendships are a strong part of Ally Carter's books and I love that about her books. From Bex with her kick-butt attitude and fierce loyalty, to Liz with her sweet and optimistic outlook that never fails to make me smile, to Macey and her much-needed boy translations and her grounded cool, they're the best friends a girl could ask for. I started to protest, to hang back and buy a few more seonds, but Macey grasped my shoulders and spun me around to see Bex. And Liz. Both of them were smiling. And we can never forget the romance aka the first meeting between Cammie and my true love Zach, the kind of boy that makes you lose your cool and looks good doing it. I'm infinitely biased in saying this, but despite his smirky-ness I ABSOLUTELY love this guy. (But then again, I may have been slightly irritated and frustrated by him at first when I read it before.) He's charming, handsome, and for Cammie, the girl who is still figuring out the mystery of boys, confusing. He's not without his moments though, and I loved seeing the different faces he seems to have. "You're the Gallagher Girl. You figure it out." One of the shining points in this series for me is the touch of serious, heartfelt moments that dot the pages of the books. While they can be a bit fluffy at times, and charming and more cutesy than you'd expect from a spy book, the moments when a character drops their guard(which rarely happens when you're a spy-in-training), and you see them. Or maybe crying is like everything else we do—it's best if you don't get caught. If you've never read this series, I highly recommend it, for the wonderful experience that is sure to follow and you'll be wishing you were a Gallagher Girl along with the rest of us. :)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rachael

    Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy is the second book in Ally Carter's Gallagher Girl series. It is just as cute and well-written as the first book. It's a new semester at Cammie's spy school. But getting through the next part of her Covert Operations class isn't her only challenge; the school is also keeping a secret from its students, a secret called Blackthorne. Soon, it's up to Cammie and her genius friends to save the school. In my opinion, some parts of this story are predictable, but the storyl Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy is the second book in Ally Carter's Gallagher Girl series. It is just as cute and well-written as the first book. It's a new semester at Cammie's spy school. But getting through the next part of her Covert Operations class isn't her only challenge; the school is also keeping a secret from its students, a secret called Blackthorne. Soon, it's up to Cammie and her genius friends to save the school. In my opinion, some parts of this story are predictable, but the storyline is cute, so I read it anyway. In fact, this is one of the few series that I collect. I was disappointed that the sequel to I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You wasn't longer, because I really enjoyed reading about a spy-in-training's love life. The good news is, Gallagher Girls is not going to be limited to a two-book series. This is a quick and light read. I recommend this book for fans of action and romance novels. reposted from http://thebookmuncher.blogspot.com

  9. 5 out of 5

    Marianne (Boricuan Bookworms)

    Before I start, I have to start by saying something extremely vital to my review: JOSH WHO? Agter reading this book, I am infinitesimaly glad that Cammie isn't with Josh. First of all, I've never ever related to him. I didn't like him as a character. I've always found him to be just a distraction to Cammie. I'm glad I didn't need to hear much from him here. Anyways, this book was great, even better than the first one. I found myself passing the pages faster, because I wanted to discover all the se Before I start, I have to start by saying something extremely vital to my review: JOSH WHO? Agter reading this book, I am infinitesimaly glad that Cammie isn't with Josh. First of all, I've never ever related to him. I didn't like him as a character. I've always found him to be just a distraction to Cammie. I'm glad I didn't need to hear much from him here. Anyways, this book was great, even better than the first one. I found myself passing the pages faster, because I wanted to discover all the secrets that were being kept. Cammie, as usual, has to deal with being a spy in training as well as just being a teenage girl. Reading her inner turmoil made me realize that although she speaks fourteen different languages and can probably kill you with nothing but a stapler, she is just a teenage girl. It was fun seeing all the different new characters presented, as well as new situations where the "spy" aspect of the story could be developed. I love more and more the idea of a school for spies, I'd just love to be part of it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Carla

    Tbh, the reason the rating is “so low” is that boy Zach. I hate those kind of boys (I know he is a fictional one here but still) who force themselves on girls. I just can’t stand them and I won’t be sorry for that. I loved the girlpower but sadly I found the plot a little weak. You should maybe consider that I’m a bit “too old” for this series, in general, but it was a cute, easy and fast-paced read! I’ll definitely continue to read about the girls!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    pls read these books they're SO much fun!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Siiri (Little Pieces of Imagination)

    asdfghjkl; these books are so fun! I can't stop grinning and while this didn't get any tears out of me, I enjoyed it a lot! especially the parts where a certain boy was involved (✿◠‿◠) I'm in such a reading groove with this series that I don't have that much time to update here while continuously laughing and turning the pages as soon as possible, but I'm already [almost] halfway done with book 3 and it's really good, too!

  13. 3 out of 5

    Pahilario22

    Cross My Heart and Hope To Spy is the sequel to I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You by Ally Carter, the witty and adventurous "Cameron Ann Morgan" herself. This novel took alot from the first book and placed an even harder and challenging mission in this story. Cammie and her three friends, along with the 96 more girls at the academy, find theirselves in an even tougher and awkward situation than when Cammie first met Josh; and this time, this situation refers to all Gallagher Cross My Heart and Hope To Spy is the sequel to I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You by Ally Carter, the witty and adventurous "Cameron Ann Morgan" herself. This novel took alot from the first book and placed an even harder and challenging mission in this story. Cammie and her three friends, along with the 96 more girls at the academy, find theirselves in an even tougher and awkward situation than when Cammie first met Josh; and this time, this situation refers to all Gallaghers: Boys. Fifteen boys from, dare I say it, another Institution come to the Gallagher Academy so that when the time came, both girls and boys would be able to learn how to tell when someone is lying, how the other genders acts and how to trust them and how to know who and when to trust. To me, the key word I got out of this novel is: Trust, (and awkwardness, but that's another story). When Cammie has to learn to trust these boys, she finds this one boy quite interesting, (and pretty cute). She learns that there are "others" like her where they've lost a parent during a mission, too. Cam tries so hard for the remainder of the semester to figure out who Zach Goode is. She finds that Zach has many legends, but will she find which one is the true Zach? With all the things that have occured since the boys arrived, Cammie and her friends are the main observors and find something suspcious ever since the East Wing has been "Off-Limits" and BLACK CODES begin to sound when the last time one went off was about a century ago. So Cam and her friends start another mission of their own and investigates. From making a fool of herself on a CoveOps pop quiz to wearing a strapless red dress while dancing with Zach while having a bra malfunction, Cammie has learned that not everything might be a "pop quiz" or a "class". Sometimes you may come across something totally real and you are gonna have to pull all your knowledge that you've learned and just do it. I liked this one because there was a sense of more intense emotions between Cammie, Zach and then from seeing Josh again with DeeDee. Carter puts alot of action and more Spyvocabulary and more spy-related things that it makes you feel like you are the spy searching for the uncovered Alumni List. Adrenalin becomes not only Cammie Morgan's word, but it becomes your word. This spy-packed mission shows you all the hints and secrets that you would wish that there was just an inch more everytime.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marina

    The second installment of The Gallagher Girls is much better than the predecessor. There was much more spying, secrets, twists, and intrigue in this book. My disappointment from the first book has been mollified. First of, the girls: Cammie, Bex, Liz, and Macey are all great. I wish the books were a little longer, so we'd get to explore their relationships and personalities more, but I'm just happy there are so many great girls working together. The boys: Meh. Zach was okay, I guess, but I'm not The second installment of The Gallagher Girls is much better than the predecessor. There was much more spying, secrets, twists, and intrigue in this book. My disappointment from the first book has been mollified. First of, the girls: Cammie, Bex, Liz, and Macey are all great. I wish the books were a little longer, so we'd get to explore their relationships and personalities more, but I'm just happy there are so many great girls working together. The boys: Meh. Zach was okay, I guess, but I'm not too impressed. Especially since he wasn't too nice. But he wasn't as bad as he could have been either. Also, I'm a little surprised that these girls aren't taught how to interact with civilians better, especially boys. I really liked the plot in this one though, it was much more complex and full of intrigue, and unlike the last one I couldn't figure it out. It was also much better tied together. Also, why am I getting the feeling that Cammie's Dad might be alive???? I want to spoil myself so badly! Definitely looking forward to the next one.

  15. 4 out of 5

    H

    I thought this was really good, regardless of the slim plot. I liked the characters a lot, especially the new ones, and I wish the third book was coming out tomorrow instead of in June. Sigh. But I laughed almost the whole time, especially about some of the situations and things Cammie finds herself in. I hope Zach's in the next book a lot, because I feel like Carter raised a lot of questions about him but then didn't answer any of them (well, except if he liked Cammie or not).

  16. 5 out of 5

    Almera

    actual rating: 4.5 stars fUCKING ZACHARY GOODE WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO ME ERI THAT FUCKING SMOOTH MOTHERFUCKER I HATE HIM

  17. 3 out of 5

    Rebecca

    These books are seriously so much fun. Sure they might be kind of predictable, but the characters are amazing and the storyline is fantastic. This is the epitome of a feel good series. I can’t wait to read them all.

  18. 3 out of 5

    Beth

    HI, ZACH. The fact that there are boys - and they're better than the Gallagher Girls - will never cease to amuse me. This book is hilarious. Predictable, but hilarious. It's that perfect moment in the series where school and interpersonal dynamics are still their biggest concerns. Actually, the ending might be a retread, and Abby hasn't shown up yet (which is weird; in my memory she takes up more space), so it's not too perfect. But it's charming. And the new epilogue is pretty fabulous.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    You can also find my review here: https://devouringbooks2017.wordpress....  I have had this book forever, but decided to finally pick it up because I recently read Heist Society by Ally Carter, and I've also been on a bit of the spy books kick lately. It's been a very long time since I read the first novel in the series, but that was okay because this can definitely be red and standalone. Ally Carter's books are at the top of my list for young adults spy novels. Etiquette and Espionage does not You can also find my review here: https://devouringbooks2017.wordpress....  I have had this book forever, but decided to finally pick it up because I recently read Heist Society by Ally Carter, and I've also been on a bit of the spy books kick lately. It's been a very long time since I read the first novel in the series, but that was okay because this can definitely be red and standalone. Ally Carter's books are at the top of my list for young adults spy novels. Etiquette and Espionage does not even come close to being as good as her books.  The pacing is fast and this is light, fun read. Perfect material if you're into reading slump. The plot was good, but a lot of the book was filler and character development material. I ripped through this book in one sitting. It was a fun read and I wonder I have never read the rest of the series before.  The characters are all really awesome. I love reading from Cammie's point of view because she is funny and her thoughts are amusing. I love all of her friends too, I can see myself following these characters for a whole series. Ally Carter is a great author and I'm kind of sad it took me this long to revisit her work. I was afraid that this would be more middle grade then young adult fiction, but it's not. It doesn't feel juvenile, just like a normal young adult novel. I'm planning on continuing the series and reading some other books by Ally Carter.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Georgia

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Cross My Heart and Hope To Spy was my favourite Gallagher Girls book so far. I was constantly wanting to sit down and just read the book! Which is what I did after school on Friday :P Cammie, her friends and all the girls at Gallagher Academy get the shock of their lives when boys (yes, BOYS!) come and live at the school for a semester. Enter super spy, super hot, super mysterious Zach. Cammie's new crush. Cammie is confused about her feelings for Zach. When they go into the town, Roseville, Virg Cross My Heart and Hope To Spy was my favourite Gallagher Girls book so far. I was constantly wanting to sit down and just read the book! Which is what I did after school on Friday :P Cammie, her friends and all the girls at Gallagher Academy get the shock of their lives when boys (yes, BOYS!) come and live at the school for a semester. Enter super spy, super hot, super mysterious Zach. Cammie's new crush. Cammie is confused about her feelings for Zach. When they go into the town, Roseville, Virginia, Cammie runs into her ex-boyfriend, her first kiss, her first crush, her first boyfriend, Josh and his best and longest friend, DeeDee. Then, Zach comes to the rescue and grabs Cammies hand, yes, GRABS HER HAND! After a code black, Cammie is even MORE suspicious of Zach.. But it's not him she should be suspicious of. When Cammie has to pull through for her school and herself she strives for the top. At the end, Cammie and Zach have 'a moment'!! I cannot wait until Monday so my friend can give me the next book ! I enjoyed this book more than the first because this book was easier to keep up with. It was an easy read. I finished the last half of the book in a few hours. Thanks Ally Carter.. And my friend Georgie for giving me a lend of the books!!! Love them so far <3

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kyla Harris (ourbookworlds)

    I love spy stuff. And she makes me want to become a Gallagher Girl so bad. I will always love Zach with all my heart he is top spy man ever!❤ I love how she ends her books! Always at the end of the school year. Where the possibilities are endless. Liz and Bec are the best characters as well as best friends for Cammie. Oh and Macey too they are a mix of a kind such different personalitys yet they work together so well! I wish her books were longer! I finished this one fast. It's been awhile that I love spy stuff. And she makes me want to become a Gallagher Girl so bad. I will always love Zach with all my heart he is top spy man ever!❤️ I love how she ends her books! Always at the end of the school year. Where the possibilities are endless. Liz and Bec are the best characters as well as best friends for Cammie. Oh and Macey too they are a mix of a kind such different personalitys yet they work together so well! I wish her books were longer! I finished this one fast. It's been awhile that I haven't read a book that's had at least 450 pages in it and this one was half of that, but still wonderful (which is amazing). I just wished we could of learned more about Bex, Liz, and Macey's life and thoughts in this one but she does that in the future books so I'm ok:) I definitely recommend this series! So good!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Monkey of Doom

    This book wasn't as good as it's predecessor, "I'd Tell You I Love You, but then I'd Have to Kill You". Cam went from being a cool spy girl who happened to be interested in a boy, to a confused teenage girl, who happened to be a spy. Most of the book was her trying to deal with Zach, another spy, and then not taking the route I wanted her to, which involved a good beating on Zach's part. My goodness, that guy was annoying! Kinda a non-exsistent plot. Basically just said,"we figured out that you This book wasn't as good as it's predecessor, "I'd Tell You I Love You, but then I'd Have to Kill You". Cam went from being a cool spy girl who happened to be interested in a boy, to a confused teenage girl, who happened to be a spy. Most of the book was her trying to deal with Zach, another spy, and then not taking the route I wanted her to, which involved a good beating on Zach's part. My goodness, that guy was annoying! Kinda a non-exsistent plot. Basically just said,"we figured out that you girls, although can speak 32 foriegn languages fluenently, really don't know how to interact with boys." No duh. We knew that from book 1. There better be a 3rd book, with revolations about her deceased father and his buddy Mr. Solomon, or heads will roll.

  23. 3 out of 5

    Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls)

    Hmmm. Much better than the first, but some parts felt lacking. I would have to reread the action scenes to try to understand what was going on, but still felt lost at some points. No cussing like the first book (there was a 'freaking', though), but there was still a romance--just with a different guy. A kiss and an almost kiss, but not really any sexual hints. Many mentions of hotness and hotties. There is an accident with a strapless bra falling, that I found a bit humorous did to the fact I al Hmmm. Much better than the first, but some parts felt lacking. I would have to reread the action scenes to try to understand what was going on, but still felt lost at some points. No cussing like the first book (there was a 'freaking', though), but there was still a romance--just with a different guy. A kiss and an almost kiss, but not really any sexual hints. Many mentions of hotness and hotties. There is an accident with a strapless bra falling, that I found a bit humorous did to the fact I always picture that happening. It felt pretty short compared to the first one as well. Overall, I will be trying the third book out, but at this point, am not sure about the rest of the series.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Claire (bookscoffeeandrepeat)

    I thought my heart was going to break, but then it starts healing because of the humor in this book. "I thought you liked your interludes secret and mysterious. Your boyfriends private." "We weren't having an interlude. And you are not my boyfriend." "Yeah. I noticed." "What's that supposed to mean?" "You're the Gallagher Girl. You figure it out."

  25. 3 out of 5

    Wolf (Alpha)

    I really enjoyed this book. I like how Zach is so clever and how he is great at what he does. I feel bad for Cammie since she was tricked. I feel bad for all the girls because they didn't know that there was a school for boys. I like how she and Zach get together and how Zach kisses her before leaving.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sally ☾

    “A Gallagher Girl's real grades don’t come in pass or fail—they're measured in life or death.” Zachary is such a bitch. I love him.

  27. 3 out of 5

    Mafi

    "Juro dizer a verdade, toda a verdade e nem sempre a verdade" já é bem melhor que o primeiro. Para já a autora introduziu outra escola de espiões, desta vez uma escola masculina e a rivalidade entre o colégio Gallagher e Blacktorne foi muito engraçada de acompanhar. Por tudo se passar dentro das paredes de um colégio interno, a série tem toda uma vibe de Harry Potter, apenas a diferença que aqui não há feitiçaria mas muitos mistérios, missões e explosões! É aqui também que entra o par amoroso da "Juro dizer a verdade, toda a verdade e nem sempre a verdade" já é bem melhor que o primeiro. Para já a autora introduziu outra escola de espiões, desta vez uma escola masculina e a rivalidade entre o colégio Gallagher e Blacktorne foi muito engraçada de acompanhar. Por tudo se passar dentro das paredes de um colégio interno, a série tem toda uma vibe de Harry Potter, apenas a diferença que aqui não há feitiçaria mas muitos mistérios, missões e explosões! É aqui também que entra o par amoroso da Cammie, o Zach. Gostei imenso desta introdução e de como foi feita. O melhor é que o próprio Zach vai ser uma personagem tão importante nos livros seguintes como a Cammie. Também gostei que o trio de amigas passa-se a quarteto com a inclusão definitiva da Macey no grupo, juntamente com a Cammie, a Liz e a Bex. http://algodaodoceparaocerebro.blogsp...

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    I loved the second book of the gallagher girls series. At first, it starts off slow but soon get more interesting. The second book is about how Cammie and her friends find out their school is hosting boys from another spy school. Soon the school worries that a security breach could tell the world the true status of the school while incident is being blamed on Cammie. Cammie needs to learn who is on her side, who she can trust, and how she is going to save the school's reputation. I would definit I loved the second book of the gallagher girls series. At first, it starts off slow but soon get more interesting. The second book is about how Cammie and her friends find out their school is hosting boys from another spy school. Soon the school worries that a security breach could tell the world the true status of the school while incident is being blamed on Cammie. Cammie needs to learn who is on her side, who she can trust, and how she is going to save the school's reputation. I would definitely recommend this and book and series to read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Devon

    THAT WAS SO MUCH FUN. I WANT MORE. GIVE ME MORE ZACH AND CAMMIE AND THE REST OF THE GANG. review to come when i get back from pretending i'm a spy. 4.75/5

  30. 3 out of 5

    C.B. Cook

    This book was pretty good. Spies and such. I knew the ending before it came, and there was too much romance (again), but it was pretty good! (I don't remember in cursing in this one.)

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