Friday, June 12, 2009

Don't Judge a Girl By Her Cover - Review

Ally Carter brings us another fabulous adventure with the wonderful Gallagher Girls. This time Cammie gets to visit Macey in Boston when her father accepts the nomination for vice president of the United States. But they get caught up in a kidnapping attempt that haunts them, and nowhere seems quite as safe again.

While Macey remains deeply under cover as first daughter Cammie, Bex, and Liz must find out who is chasing Macey and why. Do they know about the Gallagher Academy? And why does Cammie keep bumping into Zach in the most unlikely places? Oh, junior year is not exactly as they imagined it would be. Cammie is growing up, there are hints of more serious problems to come, and it’s all told with Carter’s trademark light touch and humor. This is a perfect summer middle school read.

2 comments:

debbiesworld said...

I really need to pick this up. I've only read the first one so far. I wish I could have made it to the signing at Kepler's.

Bookgeek said...

Ally really was lovely - witty, charming, and funny. And I think I like them better further into the series. The girls are getting older so they face different sets of problems.