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