- Series: Spy Girl
- Paperback: 234 pages
- Publisher: Bandit Publishing (July 7, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1946793191
- ISBN-13: 978-1946793195
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.6 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 83 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #909,769 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Society (Spy Girl) (Volume 3) Paperback – July 7, 2017
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Praise for the Spy Girl series:
"With a kickass heroine and intrigue, this page turner will have you spellbound and drooling over your new book boyfriend." - H.M Ward, New York Times Bestselling Author
"The Spy Girl series is an intrigue filled, exciting ride through a world you'll wish you were part of and want to know more about!" - J. Sterling, New York Times Bestselling Author
"Spy girl was fun and fabulous! Jillian Dodd had me turning the pages as I was taken on an action-packed ride filled with mystery and secrets, not to mention a super sexy cast I fell head over heels for. I loved every second!" - A.L. Jackson, NYT & USA Today Bestselling Author
"Spy girl is 007 meets Gossip Girl level decadence, charm, and badass! 5+ stars!" - KA Linde, USA Today Bestselling Author
"X to me was a younger version of a kick ass Angelina Jolie that had all the moves to back up her reputation as being the best. With gadgets and gizmo's aplenty this book will appeal to the spy in all of us and brings together a fun, flirty, thrilling read." - The Romance Cover
"This series will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout, never knowing what new twist or secret will be revealed. It's the type of book that pulls you in, has you becoming heavily involved in the story and characters, trying to figure out the clues of what has happened or what may happen, and leaves you with wanting and needing more." - Author Groupies
"This is a fast paced, exciting series, full of suspense and riddled with clues that I am trying to figure out as I go." - Reading is my Bliss
"Every book I get in this series I end up reading in one sitting because I can't put it down." - The Smutbrarians
"I can feel myself getting more and more addicted the further in the series I go. Jillian Dodd really has a knack for creating these crazy worlds full of characters who you cannot help but love, but what makes this series unique is the mystery surrounding Agent X, better known as Huntley." - Romance Rewind
"And then just when I least expected it - BOOM I got slapped with an epic, 'holy shit' cliffhanger!" - Jo at Reading is my Bliss
"Jillian Dodd weaves a fascinating tale while perfectly balancing it with humor, great dialogue and her fun and flirty persona that is prevalent throughout." - The Romance Cover
"If you love drama, mystery, fun, and a strong, self-sufficient bad ass female lead in a book, this one is for you! We are certainly hooked." - Romance Rewind Blog
"My favorite read of 2016 thus far. It is refreshingly different from anything I've ever read. Packed with action, intrigue, and romance, this book has everything you could ever want and more." -Krista Arnold
"This was a fast moving and lively storyline based around secret organizations, spies, assassins and espionage. Spy Girl is like a cross between Nikita and James Bond." - Jezabell Girls and Friends
"Fashion, humor, wit and fantastic banter are prevalent throughout and really cement this as a YA read. Bring on mission 3!!!" - Romance Cover
"Jillian always manages to write the most perfect book boyfriends for us to swoon over. Seriously!?! She leaves us arguing with one another about which one our main character should choose." - Venus at Bookalicious Babes Blog
"There are so many moving parts that it keeps you on your toes throughout the book and just when you think you have it figured out WHAM! You are blinded side by something else." - Joy at Novel Thoughts
"I love Huntley! She's Sydney Bristow, Veronica Mars, and Nancy Drew all rolled into one, with some saucy romance thrown in. Jillian Dodd is masterful in telling this story." - Sasha Says
"My mind is blown by the ending!I can't wait for the next book. 5 stars." - Smashly Bookalicous Reviewing Chicks.
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Top customer reviews
“La medida del amore s amar sin medida” ~ The measure of love is to love without measure
This series is so addictive and Jillian Dodd delivers another action-packed instalment that will have the reader sitting on the edge of their seat. This series has just gone from strength to strength and as this intriguing plot unravels in each instalment, you cannot wait to read what comes next. Each page, each sentence and each word cannot come quick enough and after this ending I am desperately awaiting book 4, The Valiant. This is such a different side to Jillian Dodd, yes, her trademark fashion and cute boys are ever present, but the suspense and intrigue and the complexity of the plot has this series standing on its own podium.
This series, as I have said before, is a cross between James Bond, Spy Kids and Nancy Drew. Where the constant struggle is good versus evil all the while desperately investigating the past. Who is good and who is bad? Who can be trusted? Is anyone who or what they seem?
Huntley Von Allister receives another mission and this one is tougher and darker than any of the preceding ones. Jillian Dodd makes this instalment more edgy, a little darker while still uplifting the reader with Huntley’s downtime. The threat against Lorenzo is still real and Huntley is battling her emotional connection towards him. Huntley and Lorenzo together though are a force to be reckoned with and being that the only people that these two really trust, are each other, their connection only strengthens in this book.
“Insomuch as love grows in you, so beauty grows. For love is the beauty of the soul. You are the beauty of my soul, Lee. I love you.”
The past is still veiled in secrets and lies and Huntley and her brother, Ari, are still trying to determine their parentage and how they ended up in the situation that they now find themselves in. It is this part of this series that really has my curiosity piqued and while we get a lot of answers in this instalment, a lot more questions are raised. Jillian Dodd has really captured the theme of this series and snowballed that character connection with each instalment. Even though Huntley is only nineteen and at times she shows it, it is when the s**t hits the fan that she really comes into her own and seems wise beyond her years.
I am desperate for the next book. This book is definitely no filler and was by far the most action packed and one of my favourites of the series. The latest attempt on Lorenzo may have far reaching consequences for so many people and I sincerely hope that nothing is as it seems. This series is incredibly plot driven and the pain staking time that Jillian Dodd must have put into this to bring it to fruition is abundantly apparent. Simply adore this series. Bring on The Valiant.
The Society is by far my favorite book in the Spy Girl Series so far, and I am on pins and needles waiting for book 4 to release!
Picking right up where The Eagle ended, Ari and Huntley are slowly finding answers to who they are and are left with more questions. They realize so many things about their past and how their past may just be the key to everything that is going on and how they may be the key to all of the missions they are being sent on. The new mission Huntley is sent on in this book is even more dangerous than the previous ones, and the stakes are even higher, but at least she gets some down time and is able to get some answers as well.
This book gives us a few answers as well, but we still do not know who/what Black X is, who can be trusted and who can't. I do love seeing Huntley start to trust some people, but I'm not sure that everyone she has started to trust, other than Ari, is on the up and up. I want to believe she has chosen correctly, but I have a sneaky suspicion that someone in the circle she has decided to trust is going to end up betraying her in the most awful way.
We also in this book get to see a little bit more romance between Lorenzo and Huntley and even though she was told over and over again to not get feelings, I think (or I hope) that her allowing herself to finally have feelings for someone is a good thing. She can't always focus on her job, and having Lorenzo around is a good thing for her. He treats her like a queen and understands who and what she is, and doesn't push her to quit being who she is and respects what/who she is.
I refuse to give out any information on what happens in this book, but I will say that the mission Huntley goes on is disturbing and my heart broke for her and I felt all the rage she felt when she was there. I had no problems with what she did, and I was glad she did what she did to the man, as he deserved everything that he got. All I know is we are now left with more questions and what is next for Ari and Huntley, the super spies and how they are going to figure out this crazy conspiracy and save everyone, especially with how this book ended.
I highly recommend the Spy Girl Series, but you do need to start from the beginning, but each book is amazing and continues to get better and better. Now I have to wait for the next book to get more answers. I adore this series and I really hope we finally get the answers I know all of the fans of this series are waiting for!
The Society was great. It was nice to get back into the swing of things with Huntley and her crew of merry men. She shows us the ins and outs of being the super spy that she is. But not just that, we see her guard down a little more than we did in The Eagle and even in Spy Girl. Not saying that her guard wasn't down in The Eagle book, but her vulnerabilities lie a little more open, than expected. We see her as a person, not just the spy that she was trained to be. She feels all the feels that anyone would, when put in the situations she's been put in.
With The Society, we're given way more insight into the life of Ares Von Allister, and it had me questioning everything. I loved that about this book. We hear views of him from 'friends.' This helps us to understand Huntley's search as a spy even more. All of the little insights from every angle is quite thrilling. This book will keep you on your toes. But I should warn you, you will want way more than what you get....