Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover[Paperback]
- Hachette Children's Books
- Publication Date:
- 06 January 2011
- Adventure stories
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Every new book in this series gets better and better. This book started off with action from page one. Cammie goes to stay with Macey, only to have people try and kidnap Macey. Only to learn later on that maybe Macey isn't the one they are after. I was also very excited when Zach came back into this book. Towards the beginning he isn't mentioned much. But I love his and Cammie's relationship. Also a new character came into the series. Cammie's Aunt, Abby who hasn't been around since Cammie's father, died. She was a very cool and fun character that Ally Carter brought into the series. I can not wait to read book 4. Cammie is going to London with Bex. And the book was left open as to who is after someone in the Gallagher school.
While <i>Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover</i> still irked me a little in the Zach is a better spy than any of them ways. It felt a little more like there were reasons why Zach was superior, reasons that had nothing to do with his sex. Aside from that however this book was amazing. I was hanging on to the cover and desperate to find out what would happen next from page to page. It really feels as though Carter has hit her stride well and her plans for what happens next are going to be brilliant!
it was awsome had a hard time putting it down lol
Ages 12 and Up - Ally Carter's Gallagher Girls series is one of the few series that keep getting better with each book. In this third installment, Cammie and her roommates and best friends Bex, Macey, and Liz enter their junior year at the top secret spy school - the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women. But before the school year starts, Cammie visits Macey at a political convention in Boston, where Macey's father is set to accept the vice-presidential bid in the upcoming election. A high-stakes scuffle on the convention center rooftop turns out not to be the CovOps pop quiz that Cammie and Macey hoped, but a very real kidnapping attempt. The semester is definitely going to be different, with Cammie's aunt turning up as Macey's round-the-clock secret service agent sworn to take a bullet for the girl, lessons in disguise, life on the campaign trail, and uncovering the truth behind the attempted kidnapping. As the girls get older, the dangers of their future careers become a lot more real.This book has a little less romance than the previous two, but a lot more action and a lot more character development. Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover also doesn't end so tidily as the other two, which leaves the reader wringing her hands for more. Recommended for all public libraries teen collections and for middle and high school libraries.
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