Cammie is in her senior year of High School. In one day, Cammie and her friends find themselves lose the safety of the school. They are running from both the supposed good guys and the bad guys trying to find the answers of the Circle? Why did they take such an interest in Liz? Can Cammie protect those around her? Will they be able to stop World War III from happening?
Both Zach and Cammie kiss throughout the book. Macey and Preston also kiss. No details are given. Mr. Soloman is talked about with his shirt off in the headmistresses office. Nothing inappropriate happens.
Cammie and her friends are being shot at throughout the whole book. Bex gets hit, Liz starts an avalanche, Zach gets captured and tortured, and Cammie also have a few wounds throughout the book.
Other Negative Content:
Cammie and her friends are running away from the law. Also, Cammie’s mom and Mr. Soloman must run away from the authorities. We find out later that they are infiltrated by the Circle, but it is not made clear at the beginning of the book. Of course, Cammie and her friends lie and cheat to get what they need because they are spys.
I was excited about reading the last book in the Gallagher Girl’s series. I have been a fan since I was in High School and I sort of have grown up with Cammie. Of course, I was always older than the main character, but in a way I had always felt a connection to this character. Ally Carter has done a fantastic job portraying and bringing these characters to life. She also has kept her books cleaner than most of the teen books that are out now and I commend her for it. Zach and Cammie only kiss in the books and Cammie’s mom and Mr. Soloman go about the right way with their growing relationship. Yes, the girls in the book are spies and sometimes must lie, but overall this is a clean and fun read for teen girls. I would recommend these books. I hope that if you decide to read this series that you will enjoy it as much as I did.