This is a backlog review, meaning I read this either before starting to blog or it got lost somewhere along the hectic journey of blogging.

Enjoy!


Book Description

(From Waterstones)

There I was: Cammie the Chameleon–the Gallagher Girl who had risked the most sacred sisterhood in the history of espionage. For a boy. But I was through with lying. And sneaking around. I was going to be…myself.

Despite Cammie’s best intentions to be a normal student, danger seems to follow her. Cammie and her friends must clear her name by discovering the truth about some mysterious guests…but this time the stakes for Cammie’s heart – and her beloved school – are even higher.


When/Why I Bought It

I ordered this straight after reading the first book because I managed to get addicted straight away!


Overall Thoughts

This series is so addictive. I completely devoured this second book after finishing the first. It’s the sort of book that you can binge in one sitting which is partly why I loved it so much.

This was even better than the first book. There was somehow even more action and drama packed into this little book and it still didn’t feel like there was to much in such a short space. The action was completely gripping and still managed to keep me hooked to the point that I bought the third book while I was halfway through reading this one.

I loved Cammie even more in this one. Her wit gets me laughing in places and I felt every single emotion she was feeling in the book. For YA, the novel is so emotionally written and I loved that. You can completely tell with this series that Ally Carter had a true bond with Cammie, which really brings her story to life.

Buy Cross My Heart And Hope To Spy from Amazon here.


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Genre: YA


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