I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You Entry 1

Title: I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You

Author: Ally Carter

Pages: 1-67/ 284


Meet my new series...well I've actually read the series too many times to count, so I might just review the first one. But then again, it is one of my favs<3 

Summary: Meet Cammie, she attends Gallagher Academy-a school for spies. Although the cover story happens to be that Gallagher is just a rich boarding school. Throw in Liz and Bex and you have her two best friends. This is their year for Covert Operations where they actually get to be like a real spy. And there just so happens to be a new teacher-Joe Solomon... At an all girls school! During his first lesson, they learn just how extreme he is. During this time, we get an insight that Cammies dad went on a mission and never returned home. After class, there is a CODE RED! Skip some nonsense and Gallagher has a new student-Macey McHenry. The senators daughter and completely gorgeous! She also will be rooming with Cammie, Liz, and Bex. Fast forward a few weeks and Mr. Solomon leaves a note outside his class to meet that night. But that night, the girls go to find Mr. Mosckowitz- another teacher, but not even close to as handsome as Mr. Solomon. They end up in a truck with both teachers, and head off to their first Co Ops mission!

Favorite Line: “In or out?” Mr. Solomon asked Cammie this question and I just love the simplicity of it! It’s such a weighted question and so easily phrased. Him, asking her, if she is ready for her first mission…and the easiest way to answer? Take your spy gear and go!  

Random Thought: Can I just start out by saying how amazing I think it would be to go a school for spies? I mean, like, that would just rock! I would be so into it. I’d love to be a spy or go to a spy school. Perhaps when I grow up, I’ll be a secret spy ninja.

Life Experience: Me and my friend like to pretend we’re spies. So, I would be a great spy! I have a lot of experience as it. I’m great at trailing people… just ask my parents whom I followed through the entire store without them noticing.

Life Lesson: Eating breakfast is much more important than primping in the morning for school because you have a new “hot” teacher. Also going to sleep so you’re not extremely tired in class is very smart, but hard when you live in a dorm and have huge sleepovers!

                                                                                        Mission read this book... accepted


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  1. kellywil

    It’s Mrs. W. I’ve just read a ton of entries from you. Based on all of this, you are just about done with the course!!

    December 10, 2012
    1. kortneyallen

      Okay! Thanks for letting me know. Is it possible to take some I did this quarter and put them towards last quarter?

      December 10, 2012