[PDF / Epub] ☄ I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You By Ally Carter – Uroturk.info

I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You Cammie Morgan Is A Student At The Gallagher Academy For Exceptional Young Women, A Fairly Typical All Girls School That Is, If Every School Taught Advanced Martial Arts In PE And The Latest In Chemical Warfare In Science, And Students Received Extra Credit For Breaking CIA Codes In Computer Class The Gallagher Academy Might Claim To Be A School For Geniuses But It S Really A School For Spies Even Though Cammie Is Fluent In Fourteen Languages And Capable Of Killing A Man In Seven Different Ways, She Has No Idea What To Do When She Meets An Ordinary Boy Who Thinks She S An Ordinary Girl Sure, She Can Tap His Phone, Hack Into His Computer, Or Track Him Through Town With The Skill Of A Real Pavement Artist But Can She Maneuver A Relationship With Someone Who Can Never Know The Truth About Her Cammie Morgan May Be An Elite Spy In Training, But In Her Sopho Year, She S On Her Most Dangerous Mission Falling In Love

About the Author: Ally Carter

Ally Carter writes books about spies, thieves, and teenagers She is the New York Times Best selling author of the Gallagher Girls, Heist Society, and Embassy Row series Her books have been published all over the world, in over twenty languages She encourages you to visit her online at allycarter.com and embassyrowbooks.com.

10 thoughts on “I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You

  1. says:

    Yesterday, I was in a book slump I hadn t been in a book slump for years To cure myself, I decided to reread a favourite series of mine The Gallagher Girls The key to loving this series is to not take it too seriously It s a series that explores the idea of being a teenage spy going to a boarding school t

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    I picked this book up because of all the media hyper surrounding it the Disney option and the New York Times bestseller status, not to mention the cute cover and interesting premise Who hasn t found themselves imagining what it would be like to be a secret government operative during an especially boring Physics

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    Yes I m a full grown adult Yes, I thought this was pretty freaking awesome Don t laugh at me scowls These are the kinds of books I turn to when I want something fun and silly a change of pace A high school drama filled book that I can read and enjoy without the need to use my brain a whole lot It doesn t claim to be a de

  4. says:

    Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.comWelcome to The Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, an all girls school located just outside of Roseville, Virginia Anyone looking at this elite private boarding school would see just what The Gallagher Academy wants you to see a preppy school for privileged girls, complete with a gua

  5. says:

    3.75 5 stars You shouldn t judge someone until you ve walk a mile through an underground tunnel in her uncomfortable shoes I had a tough time deciding on the final rating of this book Most of the time, my enjoyment was on the 4 star level, but this book also isn t flawless and some parts begged for logical 3 star rating In the

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    Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest If you are looking for a refreshing Young Adult read, with college unlike any other this is the perfect book for you I d Tell You I Love You, But Then I d Have to Kill You is the first book from the Gallagher Girl series, where we meet girls that go to a school for spies, and nobody except them,

  7. says:

    I am a daydreamer I think most readers are As a freshman in high school, I had a recurring fantasy about being a spy At the time, I was taking Russian classes back when the Cold War was a recent memory and spent hours imagining what life would be like if I d been bred for espionage What if I were fluent in fourteen languages What if I could kill a man

  8. says:

    This whole book was a buzzkill I came for spies and bada sery and instead got soul mates and puke inducing clichesI would most definitely consider this as middle school genre rather than YA bc it really lacks in the writing, the plot, and the characters The writing is so juvenile and the humour is so forced im still cringing from exposureThe characters are ann

  9. says:

    Cute, funny, entertaining, very definitely young adult but still well written and readable for an older age group.I read this for a challenge and was glad I did, as it probably would not have been on my reading list otherwise and I would have missed out For once, the girl was an individual who kept to her main target in life despite having to sacrifice some personal t

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    REREAD July 2015 Since, I finished Gallagher Girls recently, certain things has been bugging I simply have to read it All I can say is I love it so much better now And I could help but to chuckle darkly at what s about to come for them Oh my sweet summer children Initial reading date January 20, 2015Gallagher Girls has been sitting in my kindle for a while and I actual

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