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Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover by Ally Carter July 27, 2009

Posted by Aubri in Action, Adventure, Week 7.
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I just finished Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover by Ally Carter. Callie Morgan (a.k.a The Chameleon) takes a trip to see her famous roommate Macey, in Boston. Callie thinks it’s just going to be an exciting end to the summer, watching Macey’s dad run for vice president and meeting a lot of new people. Neither girl anticipated a kidnapping attempt on the roof, where Macey’s agenda clearly specified she should be. Thankfully, with their fantastic spy skills, they are able to escape; But just barely. As their junior year begins, Macey is still expected to be out campaigning with her father. The security is Secret Service but, being a Gallagher Girl, Callie finds cracks in their surveillance, and is none to pleased. If Callie wasn’t stressed enough about  Macey’s “protection”, Zach comes along, as mysterious (and sexy) as usual.
Callie, and her other roomates, Bex and Liz, need to solve this crazy kidnapping before the enemy gets one lucky shot. But what is Zach doing around? And how can the Gallagher Girls keep Macey safe? The truth may be a little hard to swallow…
This book isn’t amazing or anything, but I had read the previous two and knew I couldn’t just let the story slip. Hopefully there will be a fourth, because the ending wasn’t very good. It was confusing, and basically no questions were answered. But other than that, a good read.
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1. Lannigirl - July 28, 2009

I might read it– whats the first book?

2. Liz - July 29, 2009

Ummmmmmm the main characters name is CAMMIE…

3. ella - July 30, 2009

I was doing it without the book. I NEW it was wrong. Dang.. well.. thanks for telling me. The first book is I’d Tell You I Love You but Then I’d Have to Kill You


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