Cameron Morgan, or Cammie, is a girl who attends the GallagherAcademy for Exceptional Young Women Spies. In the previous series of the book,she had been pressurized to break up with her first boyfriend, who was the mostdiverting boy in the world, in her opinion. It took quite a while to get overhim, but now, Cammie had made up her mind to have a new and fresh start of apeaceful semester. It may seem easy, but along the way, more and more secretswere claimed to be unlocked.
Cammie’smother, Rachel Morgan, requested her to just be herself as much as possible.It’s easier said than done, when her friends and she discover a mysteriousschool for boy spies called the “Blackthorne Institute” that will bestaying with them for a while. As days passed doing activities with the boys,Cammie had been accused for putting her school in danger at a risk for peoplefinding out about the Gallagher Academy and their valuables’.
Cammieand her friends needed to find a way to go deeper into the real”Blackthorne Institute”. The next thing you know, they are slitheringthrough the tunnels of their school to find evidence that Cammie isn’t guiltyfor putting her school into the risk of shutting down. They may be themost perceptive of their sisterhood, butdo they have the strength and confidence to be the only girls who can save themost priceless school in the entire universe? Iadmired this novel because of the way it is written with all the details ineach sentence of the book. Whiling reading this book, it always kept me on theedge of my seat, literally. I could easily understand all the events that weretaking place without having to take a moment to think through. I also couldn’tforget that the story was packed with twists and turns, you probably wouldn’tpredict would occur. Overall, in my opinion, this book brought me on a wholenew intake on spies with all their gadgets.
Irecommend “Cross my Heart and Hope to Spy” to teenagers, morespecifically to girl teens. They would probably relate to Cammie much more easierwith all her problems she needs to face than boys would. In conclusion, anyonewho reads this novel will surely understand something from reading this uniqueand distinctive book.