The ivy covered walls of the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women looks like any other girl’s school. But looks can be deceiving as those walls house a school for spies. At Gallagher Academy, the students are taught chemical warfare, advanced martial arts, and code breaking.
I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You
Cameron Morgan is a legacy—her parents were CIA operatives and her mother is the current headmistress of Gallagher Academy. Cammie, aka “Chameleon”, is a “pavement artist” and is an expert at hiding in plain sight. She speaks fourteen languages and can kill a man in seven different ways, but she has no idea how to talk to a boy. It takes all of Cammie’s friends and their exceptional skills as Gallagher Girls to navigate the relationship with her first boyfriend, Josh.
Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy
Cammie Morgan is back with all of her girl friends for another year at the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women. Along with their descent into the secret sub-level two, the girls are thrown together with their biggest rivals—the boys of the Blackthorne Academy.
Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover
Cammie, Bex, and Liz thought their summer was going to be fun and relaxing, but that was before they were assigned to guard Macey on the campaign trail. A kidnapping attempt and run in with the boys of Blackthorne Academy raises more questions as to who is really in danger and from whom.
This series is smart and funny and feeds the inner “Gallagher Girl” in all of us!
Review written by Angela!