THIS IS BOOK #5 OF THE SERIES! Click links below to read my reviews.
Book 1: I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You
Book 2: Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy
Book 3: Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover
Book 4: Only the Good Spy Young
I loved this book!! You know you love a book when you have a hard time picking up another read because all you want to do is go back to that book’s world again. I think I might go read over my favorite scenes when I’m finished with this review.
This is the fifth book in the Gallagher Girl series so I was already completely invested in these amazing characters. Cammie is amazing; I want to be like her. Her friends are unique and each bring something extra to the cast. Liz is a genius and so caring. Macey is funny, laid back, and the beauty consultant. Bex is usually the comic relief, but she plays a more serious role this time. She is smart and a kick-butt spy. And of course there’s Zach. He’s more open and less mysterious this time which made me like him even more. He is so great for Cammie.
Cammie has lost her memory of the summer which was practically four months of her life. Bruises cover her body and lead us to think something significant and awful happened to her. She is vulnerable and broken, opposite of who she was before the summer. It is heart wrenching to watch Cammie struggle with her memory. She wants to understand what happened and will search anywhere for clues.
This book was exciting and emotional; I loved every minute of it! It’s a perfect addition to an already amazing series.
Content Ratings: highlight between ( ) to view details
Sexual Content: mild ( kissing )
Language: very mild ( bloody- 3)
Violence: mild/ moderate ( reference to torture, murder, fighting )