Friday, July 31, 2009

Review of Ally Carter Book

Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover
By Ally Carter
Reviewed by Kyra Perz, 11

Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover was one of the best books I read this summer. I liked this book because by the second chapter, I was already sucked into it. There is a ton of action and all the main characters are likeable. The book has a great twist -- the girls go to an secret all-girls spy school. Also with the last election being not so long ago, it was interesting because Cammie’s (the main character) best friend Macy is the vice presidential candidate’s daughter. The girls in the book are all trying to protect Macy from harm. (I won’t tell you what harm, because I don’t want to spoil it.)

This book may be the third book in the series, but if you were to read it without reading the previous books, it would definitely be okay. (I hadn’t either.) If you like fun and fast-paced books, you should read Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover.

Little Shop note: Thanks, Kyra, for the review. Remember, Ally Carter will be coming to the Decatur Book Festival! Bio to follow.

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