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Saturday, July 3, 2010

Rgz Street Team: Jacqueline Reviews the Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter


The rgz Street Team is a group of teens who bring YA reviews to our blog, led by Postergirl Miss Erin. Find out more.

Today, Jacqueline tells us about the first three Gallagher Girls books by our featured July author, Ally Carter!

"The Gallagher Girls Series consists of 4 books, and the newest one has just been released. These books were all amazing! I loved how the suspension and intensity of the books. In the first book they reveal that Cammie Morgan actually goes to a 'spy school' where breaking CIA codes is normal. So why all of the sudden when Cammie likes an ordinary boy does everything get hard? Yes, she could easily manipulate him, but she wants a normal relationship which, of course, makes everything MUCH harder.

"In the second book, nothing is going right for Cammie, and she needs her mom the most. But with her mom acting weird Cammie knows something's up--she wants to figure it out.

"The third book starts with Cammie visiting her roomate Macey in Boston to watch Macey's father accept the nomination for Vice President of the United States. Being a spy, Cammie is never far away from danger, and having a normal summer is out of question." --Jacqueline Glade

5 comments:

Lorie Ann Grover said...

Thank you, Jacqueline. I love getting to read your reviews at the start of the month!

Melissa Walker said...

Exactly, Lorie Ann. Thanks, J!

Ally Carter said...

Thanks, Jacqueline! Great job!

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