The fifth book of one of my favorite YA series will be released next week. And since I haven’t reviewed its predecessors yet, I decided to devote this entry for them. That and I promised you I’d review the Gallagher Girls books when I devoted a whole entry to the characters’ wardrobe.
General Summary: Cammie Morgan is a spy in training. This means she attends Gallagher Girls Academy with her best friends and studies Covert Ops instead of Health and Science Class. Of course being a teenage spy doesn’t mean taking classes that will one day help you be a professional spoof. Oh no, Cammie and her friends usually find themselves in trouble. The sort of trouble that if not dealt with properly could have someone ending up in a body bag.
Best Feature: Progression: With these books I think they get better and better with each installment. A lot of the time, especially in YA series, you don’t see this. While the overall series might be good, more often than not there’s a book or two in the middle that stands out as the dunce in the series. So far, knock on wood, this has not happened with this series and you really have to applaud Ally for that.
Cammie: Lexi Ainsworth: The reason I chose Lexi, is I think she could pull off Cammie’s chameleon like power. With a little makeup and a change of clothes, I think she could easily change her appearance like Cammie does.
Josh: Corey Monteith: Honestly, I think his character on Glee is the epitome of Josh: sweet, simple, and first love material. One factor against him is that he’s almost hitting thirty. But if Ryan Murphy believes he can pass as eighteen. Who am I to judge?
Book 1: Seven out of ten secret agents
Book 2: Eight out of ten secret agents
Book 3: Eight out of ten secret agents
Book 4: Nine out of ten secret agents
Overall Series Rating: Eight out of ten secret agents