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Cammie Morgan has lost her father and her memory, but in the heart-pounding conclusion to the best-selling Gallagher Girls series, she finds her greatest mission yet. Cammie and her friends finally know why the terrorist organization called the Circle of Cavan has been hunting her.
Now the spy girls and Zach must track down the Circle's elite members to stop them before they implement a master plan that will change Cammie—and her country—forever. Get ready for the Gallagher Girls' most astounding adventure yet as the series comes to breathtaking conclusion that will have readers racing to the last page. A little disappointed with this one, but it was still a decent end to one of my favorite series from last year.
By Siiri Little Pieces of ImaginationThis is another one that hurts to review, but not only because my friends loved this book and series, but also because I love this series. I pretty much binged the entire series in two weeks and it was ah-mazing!
I loved it so much. I liked this book a lot too, but it also made me realize how flawed these books are and that's never a good thing to happen in the final installment.
I had finished book 5 right before I picked this up and book 5 was my favorite, favorite book in this series. It's such an emotional, fastpaced, dark and mysterious story which I loved. However, with this book, I felt as though the characters were a little juvenile? Everyone was keeping secrets from everyone: the kids didn't talk to the parents who didn't talk to the kids and everything was just a mess. There were some highly predictable things that happened, a lot of convenient things that were even more convenient than in previous books and, honestly, a lot of stupid decisions as well.
It never even crossed my mind that it would be Preston not his dad? Secondly, it's just so funny to me that these four girls and one guy are some sort of prodigies who can make everything okay and who can save the world when some of the kids' parents are titled as amazing spies and amazing agents and amazing everything; how come the parents weren't capable of doing anything except hide or do a few missions?
How does that even make any sense? Thirdly, the side characters are soooooooooo underdeveloped it actually hurts. One second Abby and Townsend are like strangers and the next they're all lovey dovey in their sense, anyway. What about Rachel and Joe? One time they're just friends with a slight interest or layer of love between them and behind the scenes they got to be boyfriend and girlfriend and then suddenly it was a marriage proposal.
Also, let alone that the sides are underdeveloped, Cammie and Zach just are a boyfriend and girlfriend, but there was no talks about how they actually became an official item. It's just.. Finally, though here are some more things , it felt like the girls hadn't really grown at all. Macey was throwing tantrums left and right, Bex was all murderous as always, Cammie is still the reckless girl she was back when and always acts without thinking.
I loved where they had gotten by the end of book five, but in this book they all seemed to have gone through some character regression or something. It was painful to watch how, under pressure, they just kept giving each other silent treatment or lashing out at one another.
Aren't you supposed to be sisters and work as a team?
I just wanted to shook some sense into them. I guess it's time to start collecting them in physical form sometime and have these pretty spines decorate my shelves This series is a definite recommendation for every booknerd out there!
Satisfying ConclusionBy K. It was filled with action, danger, daring deeds, and the quirky teenage narration of Cammie Morgan. While the adults want to keep Cammie and her friends safe and out of danger, danger comes looking for them.
The adults are busy trying to track down the members of the Circle before they can accomplish their plot.