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Out of Sight, Out of Time (Gallagher Girls #5)

4.41 of 5 stars 4.41  ·  rating details  ·  30,623 ratings  ·  1,987 reviews
The last thing Cammie Morgan remembers is leaving the Gallagher Academy to protect her friends and family from the Circle of Cavan--an ancient terrorist organization that has been hunting her for over a year. But when Cammie wakes up in an alpine convent and discovers months have passed, she must face the fact that her memory is now a black hole. The only traces left of Ca ...more
ebook, 291 pages
Published March 13th 2012 by Disney Book Group (first published January 1st 2012)
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Three reasons this author has made my "authors who seriously need to write faster and stop annoying me" list.

1. She made me fall in love with a certain character starting with 'Z'
and then left me hanging with a cliff hanger, way too long >:(

2. She focused on another series that had barely started and left
her what i would call "more successful series" that possibly is
only one or two books away from finishing in the back drawer.
Therefore making me one pissed of
ZACH!! <3<3<3

March 20th, 2012.

How in the world am I supposed to wait that long???? It's completely impossible! A GG obsessive cannot just be deprived of it for so long!

2 words:

Zach. Shirtless.

*swoons and faints*

I love the name, I love the plot, I love the series, I love the characters, I love Zach, and I know that I will most definitely love this book!

P.S. The cover is gorgeous!

Edit 3/13 I just... ohmygosh... I can' was.. and gahhh....Preston!!...and Catherine... AND ZACH...Mr. So
Operative Watson, Gallagher Girl at heart, decides to write a book review before the book even comes out. Operative Watson is drinking apple juice. Operative Watson realizes that has little to do with this review. Except that this is what the Operative drinks when excited.

On the 10th of January, 1900 hours, Operative Watson refreshes Ally Carter's webpage for the 2,078th time, positive that this time the release date to the new book will jump forward two months. The Operative was wrong.

~ten minu
Recipe to make a perfect book

~ 10 cups of Zach
~ 9 cups of romance
~ 5 jugs of humour
~ 5 cups of action
~ 2 teaspoons of anger
~ A sprinkle of jealousy
~ A pound of confusion
~ A cup of answers
~ 3 tablespoons of sadness
~ 6 drops of darkness
~ A whole bag filled of suspense and wonderful writing

Mix together thoroughly. Melt the pound of confusion and slowly add into batter, especially the first part. Sprinkle jealousy and anger within the first ha
Morgan Walsh
Review to come.
Before I get into this book itself I just have to say, Ally Carter= AWESOME. Seriously. I don't think any author does teen heroines quite like Ally Carter.

Now, I think it's a known fact that each book in the Gallagher Girls series is better than the last and this book is no different. There's action, there's an awesome plot, there are surprises and revealations, there's Rome, and, of course, there is romance.

But above all that I'd have to say my favorite part of this book (and the series as a
Have you ever read of book that made you want to do this?:

But also this?:

That above is how I felt when I read Out of Sight, Out of Time. Don't get me wrong, it was FANTASTIC. Ally Carter did the most amazing job on this book. Her books take forever to come out but every minute of waiting was worth it. If you don't believe me read the book right now. If you don't have it, go to your local library, and request it, so you can read it. My brain was on overload after reading this. I waiting
Sue (YAHollywood)
Actual Rating: 4.5 stars

Alright, this review is going to have a lot of spoilers. So if you have not read this book yet, DO NOT READ THIS REVIEW!!! (and read the book already!!)
So the beginning of the book, in my opinion, started very well. I liked how she woke up in a convent all the way out in the Alps. It really showed that Cammie had traveled A LOT over the summer.
And then the whole memory loss thing really started to effect the story. Because so much was missing between June and October. Everything was like crazy.
I want to read this book soooooooooooooooooo bad!! I love this series and I hate how the last book was left at a cliffhanger and I still don't know what has happened. Ally Carter needs to write waaaay quicker and focus on one series at a time! I am really disappointed with this author and I hope Gallagher Girls book 5 is really good and worth the wait!

I love the title and the cover!! It just makes me want to read this book more. I started off this series pretty much as soon as the first book ca
Kendall Anne
Ok. I need this book, like NOW. Wow. So, you know how everyone always says don't judge a book by its cover, read it first.....blah blah. Well, I kind of thought this series looked odd and not something I would enjoy. A friend recommended it, I found the second book at a book sale, and I read the first four. I can't wait fro the fifth book, and since its a good series it will hopefully be worth the wait!! I am SO glad I read these books, I didn't know what I was missing! So now, I am going to giv ...more
Finally, the book that's taken two years, unfortunately. I almost fell out of my chair when I saw this was coming out, and then I saw it was still another year away. I was ready to slam my head on my desk. This series is amazing yet she focuses on the series that aren't as popular.

Which brings me to my number one complaint: Who leaves you hanging for two years on a cliffhanger like that?!

This book has so much promise, and will most likely be the second to last or third to last book in the serie
April*procrastinator and proud*
why? because:
1) More mystery
2) More espionage
3) More answers
4) More Zach

The plot reeallly starts to thicken in this book! The ending was intense, like the last one :3
I am veeeery pleased with this book *claps hands together with enthusiasm*
You guys wanna know something??? *sorta spoiler alert, that is if you're a spoiler prude*
ZACH GOES TO GALLAGHER ACADEMY! That made my day! Because that means there'll be a lot more of him, because he wa
Le Before: Oh, man. I cannot freaking wait enough for this book. March 20th doesn't seem to be coming quick enough. Obsession.

Edit: OMG I freaking love the cover!

L'After: I've got only a few words to say about Ally Carter. Talented. Non-Cliche. Non-cheesy. Intelligent. Understanding-of-her-Characters. Able to put lots of suspense into a short number of pages. Most probably adventurous. Knowledgeable of a romance that is so not typical. Understanding of spies and what they do. Understanding of ho
THIS BOOK WAS A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!!! I have to admit i was furious in the beginning when it seemed Bex and Zach were dating, but then everything cleared up and i was like *sigh* (though i have to admit that i was getting pretty annoyed of Zach always asking Cammie if she was okay and how their conversations went from being witty banter to slightly less depth)

=) I LOVE the fact that Cammie's emotions are so raw in this one. I love how we get to see her mature and feel uncomfortable in her own skin w
Silvana R
I am in love with this series. I can't help but binge-read the whole series to be quite honest. I am a bit obsessed with the drama and the plot lines and the characters. Ally Carter writes in a way that makes me want to be the characters or run from them. It's so unbelievable amazing. I keep thinking about it all even after finishing the book. And I can't shake the excitement of starting the last book.

I think this is my favorite book of Cammie. Though I love Cammie quite a lot, she was a friggin
Love this series so much!
Ally Carter’s wildly popular Gallagher Girls series continues with Out of Sight, Out of Time, exposing readers a new, darker side of Cammie and the Gallagher Academy.

Over the course of the past two books, Carter has introduced more and more reality to Cammie’s life. At the start of the series, she was a sophomore at the prestigious Gallagher Academy, a school for spies. And despite her above average IQ and unique skill set – covert operations – she was just a teenage girl. She worried about boys
6/1/12 Wow. Let me just say it was amazing. AMAZING. It was soooo good. I went out, bought it at Barnes and Noble, started reading it, and finished a few hours later. It was jam-packed with action and excitement and secrets...and, can you hear me hyperventilating with love? I sped through it, and had to know what happened next right away; it was that suspenseful. When I was done, I sat there for a moment, just thinking, "Oh my goodness, I think that was the best book I ever read," and I still do ...more
I read this the day it came out after waiting for like ever. It was so worth the wait. I loved it. I couldn't put it down and I read it in one night. It rocked!!! Can't wait for GG6!!!
This book was amazing! I'm sure all the fans will love it as well. This is a great second to last book and i totally cant wait till the final book comes out. First all i must say that in beginning i was starting to believe cammie was going a little crazy. But everything eventually got cleared out. I was also just a tiny bit mad at Bex for being should i say...mean...or really angry at cammie. But i understood why she was acting that way and i was really happy when she returned to be ...more
I just couldn't or didn't think about putting the book down! I did have to put the book down sometimes but NOWHERE in the entire book got me bored and not make me want to read more! I had two late nights(including this one). Of course school interrupted though (Got it on my kindle).

I absolutely love the way Ally develops the characters, especially Cammie. I also knew something was up with Dr. Steve! I mean when I read the last chapters it was one of those moments wher
Sophie Riggsby
Review published on Mundie Moms: on 3/16/2012*

What can I possibly say about one of my most highly anticipated books this year? Let me do this in the spirit of one of my favorite YA heroines, Cammie herself:

PROs and CONS of READING Ally Carter's Out of Sight, Out of Time. (A list compiled by a tired mom-of-three who skipped sleep in favor of finishing the latest installment of a beloved series. WARNING: This may not make sense except when read during pre-d
This book is a massive must read it totally adds a maturity to the series as things for Cammie get more serious and life threatening. Although at some points the books annoyed me, those moment only made me want to read it so much more. I can't wait for the final book to come out (book 6) in September.
First read February 2013. This review posted February 2013.

Review (March 15):
This one breaks me every time.
Mimi Valentine
OH MY GOSH. I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS BOOK!!!!!!! This series has been one of my favourites since before I started reading YA, and that hasn't changed one bit!

Are you not a Gallagher Girl yet? What are you waiting for??? x)

Full review to come!

P.S. I'm in love with Zachary Goode! (And you totally will be too!)
I must be insane because I just read this book I've been waiting for for a year and a half as soon as possible and in two and a half hours.

For me, though, it was worth the wait.

I now have a new favorite GG book (this one). It was just awesome. I was worried that I was starting to grow out of the books but this one stepped up and pulled me back. I loved that it was more mature, that Cam was more mature. And I don't think I'm really supposed to support some of the things she does but I was freakin
Cheryl A
Pros and Cons of Adults Reading YA Fiction: A List

PRO: I expand my horizons and have many awesome recommendations to make to teens in the library.
CON: I should really be reading "serious" literature - I'm adult already.
PRO: Ally Carter's books are so much fun!
CON: They are such a quick read, that you have to wait quite a while for the next installment
PRO: Girl power!
CON: My high school was nothing like this!

The latest installment of Cammie Morgan, the chameleon of Gallagher Academy for Exception
I have thought about this book long after I turned the final pages. It is thought provoking, moving and in some ways utterly heart braking. It is certainly classified as a young adults book, and had me gripped me to my very core even though (and their opinion is very valid) some may not have been evoked by it's story so much... but it was bloody GREAT!

When I picked up the first book and read, 'I'd tell you I love you, but then I'd have to kill you.' I wasn't so sure I would like it as it seemed
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Ally Carter writes books about spies, thieves, and teenagers. She is the New York Times Best-selling author of the Gallagher Girls and Heist Society series. Her books have been published all over the world, in over twenty languages.

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Other Books in the Series

Gallagher Girls (6 books)
  • I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You (Gallagher Girls, #1)
  • Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy (Gallagher Girls, #2)
  • Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover (Gallagher Girls, #3)
  • Only the Good Spy Young (Gallagher Girls, #4)
  • United We Spy (Gallagher Girls, #6)
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“Zach,” I said as I lay there “Where did you go? When you were looking for me?”
I shifted in his arms, looked into his eyes.
“Crazy.” His voice was a whisper against my skin. “I went crazy.”
“You know,' I whispered, 'some girls might think it's creepy having a boy watch them sleep.'

He smirked and pointed to himself. 'Spy.'

'Oh.' I nodded. 'Right. So you're a trained Peeping Tom.'

'Product of the best peeping academies in the country.'

'Well, now I feel much better.'

'You should.”
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