If the end of summer is anything to go by, Cammie Morgan's life just turned upside down and it will be a long time before things are normal... if normal is possible ever again.
One of the people she trusted the most has been labeled as a double agent, working precisely with the organization that tried to abduct her just a few months ago. Part of her is in denial, part of her is scared and the rest just wants answers.
Why does the Circle of Cavan wants her? Could that person really betray her? What does it had to do with her father? And where does Zach Goode fits in all of it?
In Only The Good Spy Young, some of these questions are answered, and some answers just launch even more questions but, let me tell you, is a very fast paced ride. Even though we are in book four of the Gallagher Girls and have been with Cammie and her friends before, there is just so much we don't know yet, so much Cammie doesn't know yet and I sort of love being there with her to find out... and to question.
I adored this book from beginning to end, it kept me guessing, it kept me wondering and I was surprised at the level of emotion it evoked in me. This series has progressed and come so far from the beginning, I like seeing the growth in Cam, Bex, Liz and Macey as girls and as spies.
Also loved hearing something about Cam's dad, he has been a huge mystery so far, and he still is but... well, I'll say no more.
Favorite quote: "They (the Operatives) have also learned that a person will really get sick of pasta... eventually."
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