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REVIEW: Only The Good Spy Young (Gallagher Girls #4) by Ally Carter

Only The Good Spy Young by Ally Carter
Series: Gallagher Girls #4
Published by Orchard on 1st May 2011
Pages: 304

I thought I was prepared for most scary situations. I've been almost kidnapped twice, fake kidnapped once, targeted by one terrorist organization and two very cute boys. But this moment was truly terrifying...
Cammie 'The Chameleon' knows by now that even she can't hide from danger. But when she discovers that one of her most-trusted allies is a rogue double-agent, Cammie questions her trust in her classmates, her teachers - and her own heart...
The Gallagher Girls series still remains to be one of my favourite espionage series ever! Expertly written and entertaining they will instantly draw out your inner spy. I have tried to space out reading these novels so they last longer… I am failing miserably; they are just so addictive! The covers I love! The UK covers are my favourite as they always contain a main aspect from the novel like a necklace or a ring.

Cammie Morgan has been through it all, but nothing can prepare her for the betrayal for one of her closest and most trusted allies. As Cammie is monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Cammie cannot help feel she is being watched by the wrong people. But what she soon realises is you can't trust anyone, no matter who or what they are.

Cammie is an intelligent, determined, indépendant and truly-awesome character! Like before, she stays calm, plans efficiently and can be very secretive at times. However, she is very professional at all times and is not deterred from near-impossible situations. She is kind, friendly and will always do whats best for her friends and family. We also get appearances from Zach; their relationship is very adorable.

The plot of this novel was just as action-packed as the previous novels. Full of mystery and close-shave moments you will always be on the look out. Fast-pace and continuous there is never a dull moment; I would never have predicted some of the things that happened!

A brilliant fourth instalment to the Gallagher Girls series will have you begging for more, especially from that ending!

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