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Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover by Ally Carter
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Nov 18, 09

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bookshelves: character, psc, read-in-2009, story, teen-fiction, teen-action, teen-funny
Read in November, 2009

In the third book of this delightful series about a girls' boarding school that is actually a school for spies, Cammie "The Chameleon" Morgan visits her roommate Macey in Boston for a fun end to the summer at a huge political party for Macey's dad, only to find their extraordinary spy skills coming in handy when Cammie and Macey get kidnapped. Secrets and mysteries abound when the two return to campus—everything from who is after Macey, how the Gallagher Girls can keep each other safe, and what to do when Zach comes back in the picture. The book doesn't have the same momentum as the second book in the series, but does put the girls' spy training to use outside of their boarding school walls, which is a refreshing change from the previous two that focused almost exclusively on spying on boys. The book ends with a lot of loose ends, pointing the way for a fourth book that will hopefully come out soon. Fast-paced, adventurous, and funny, this series makes anyone wish they could be at a boarding school for spies too.

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