Archive for February 18th, 2011
This book is about a 15 year old Cammie Morgan who is a student at the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women. This is not your typical school, this is a school for spies. Cammie is fluent in numerous languages, and anything a spy can do. But she has no idea what to do when she meets a normal boy who thinks she is normal. She is forced to sneak out at night or when no one notices, hence her nickname “The Chameleon”. She can do anything to learn about him, but what can she do to hold a relationship when she can never tell him her true identity? Will she risk it all for a boy she loves, or will she let him go? Read I’d tell you I love you but then I’d have to kill you to find out! And don’t miss the rest of the series!
I feel I should warn you ahead of times- this is another one of those girly British books. That aside, this book is about the life of Angelica Cookson-Potts. Angel is a baking loving girl who absolutely adores her best friends; Mercedes, Minnie, and Portia. When her school fashion show comes around she is more than happy to cook the food for the dinner, she’s perfectly fine with letting her friends walk the catwalk. But making all that food is hard work, not to mention she’s also become the hostess. Then, on top of all that is her everyday struggles; friends, enemies, mother, and more. Will she be able to get everything running smoothly I time for the show? I don’t know, maybe you should read the book and find out. Another thing about this book; it has recipes of the food that Angel cooks in the book. I thought this book was really good and I am currently reading the sequel; My Scrumptious Scottish Dumplings.