Rating: [The Breakdown]
The Gallagher Girls book series is a New York Times Best-Selling Series. Why? Because they are the kind of books that you can’t put down until you are finished. When you do finish, you get frustrated waiting for the next one. In simple: they are an addiction. Only the Goody Spy Young is the fourth installment and I, along with many, MANY other eager fans, have been excited about this release since…well, since I finished the last chapter in the third book.
The series follows Cammie “The Chameleon” Morgan, who attends the Gallagher Academy, a private all girls school, that covertly acts as the training ground for future members of the CIA, MI6 and other undercover organizations that you will never learn about in your lifetime. The girls are trained in hand to hand combat, computer infiltration, multiple languages (and when I say multiple languages, I mean at least ten) and that’s just on a slow day. Most of the girls are legacies and have some of the most prestigious spies as parents. Cammie, along with her three best friends, are highly capable and have proven themselves in sticky situations. Only now it is worse. A secret and ancient terrorist organization wants Cammie and no one knows why. Continue Reading