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Only the Good Spy Young (Gallagher Girls) Hardcover – June 29, 2010
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Now the Gallagher Girls must hack, spy, steal, and lie their way to the truth as they discover that the key to Cammie's future may lie deep in the past.
- Format: Paperback
- Publication Date: 1/3/2012
- Pages: 288
- Reading Level: Age 11 and Up
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In the third book, Cammie realized it wasn't Macey McHenry the rouge spies were trying to kidnap, it was her. With this realization comes the terrifying reality that her favorite teacher, Joe Solomon, might be part of the organization that is trying to take Cammie. Now that Solomon is on the run, a new Covert Ops teacher is assigned to the Academy, but he seems only concerned with getting into Sublevel Two and what the girls know about Solomon. The most important teacher with the most important class, but he doesn't teach them anything- only presses them for any information they might be hiding. When it comes out that Solomon was somehow involved in her father's disappearance, Cammie is determined to get to the bottom of what Solomon's involvement was in her father's disappearance and her kidnapping attempts. The only way she can really get the information, however, is by learning more about her friend Zach from Blackthorne and with the help of her faithful friends, Bex, Liz, and Macey.
This fourth book was much more serious. The girls are now in real danger at the hand of the secret society that is after Cammie. The fact that the rouge spies shot and nearly killed her Aunt Abby at the end of the third book makes this story line all the more serious. And with more serious danger comes a more thrilling story. The nicest part of this series is the fact that the books are short, and won't overwhelm a reluctant reader, but they will grow with the reader, pushing them to more mature stories and reading levels. This story ends with a little bit of a cliffhanger, so I hope Ally Carter pulls another Gallagher Girls story out soon!
Mr. Solomon is outed as a double agent who has been working with the Circle since he was a boy. Cammie, Macey, Bex, and Liz can't believe that could be true but all the adults are telling them that it is. That sort of betrayal is especially hard for Cammie to accept because he was her father's best friend. She is determined to find out the truth about him no matter what it will take.
The mysterious Zach makes another appearance and some of the mystery about him is revealed. I liked the relationship between Zach and Cammie. I really like the relationship between Cammie, Bex, Macey and Liz. Each of them has strengths and foibles too. Cammie's voice is perfect for this story and I love her PRO and CON lists which range from teenage trivial to life-altering.
Fans of the Gallagher girls won't want to miss this one and will be eager for the next.
Cammie Morgan is the daughter of two very talented CIA agents. She started learning trade secrets when she was still in kindergarten. She's been attending the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women since the seventh grade. She's always known she was destined for a career in espionage. So her problem is more one of timing. She didn't expect to be facing the world's most dangerous international terrorists before her seventeenth birthday.
After being targeted by the Circle of Cavan in the first semester of her junior year at Gallagher, Cammie Morgan is now in constant danger. She's also the most heavily guarded girl on the planet. So she feels pretty safe spending winter break in London with her roommate Bex and Bex's MI-6 parents. At least she feels safe right up until the Circle makes another attempt to abduct her - an attempt that very nearly succeeds, despite all the guards. And after learning that someone close to her, someone she has trusted, is actually working for the Circle? Suddenly Cammie doesn't feel safe at all.
When the school term begins, Cammie has to endure more changes. The one place that has always been a haven for her is suddenly feeling a lot more like a prison. Friends, teachers, fellow students - Cammie is no longer sure who she can trust. As time passes and the danger continues to grow, Cammie becomes certain of just one thing. She can't sit around and wait for others to save her. She needs to figure out what the Circle wants with her and she needs to figure it out right now.
As Cammie would say, "Oh. My. Gosh." This series has gotten better with each and every book. Only the Good Spy Young is the fourth Gallagher Girls adventure and it is truly outstanding. The plot will keep you riveted and the twists and turns will keep you guessing until the end. I can't believe I have to wait until 2012 for the next installment.