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Book Review: Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter

Book Review: Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Apr 05, 2012
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Cammie has amnesia and can’t remember her entire summer. With the Circle on her trail, Cammie must stay alive and discover what led her to a convent in the Alps. Kidzworld reviews Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter.

Amnesia

At the start of the summer, Cammie Morgan left the Gallagher Academy for Exception Young Women - a school for spies - to protect her classmates and family from the evil Circle of Cavan. Then next thing Cammie remembers is waking up months later in a secluded convent in the Alps. How did she get there? And what happened to her over the summer?

A Mind of Its Own

Cammie returns to Gallagher Academy to find even more question marks. Her boyfriend, Zach,  is now attending her all-girls school, and it seems he and her best friend, Bex, grew close over the summer. A little too close for Cammie’s liking. Meanwhile, Cammie’s body is doing things as if it has a mind of its own - like loading and pointing a long-range, high-powered rifle.

Following Lost Memories

Cammie and her friends travel to Rome, hoping to follow her trail from the summer. But the Circle is in hot pursuit, and unlike before the summer, they have no need to keep her alive.

The Bottom Line

Out of Sight, Out of Time is the fifth book in the Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter. It’s a great high-action detective story for teen girls and teen boys who don’t mind reading about an all-girls school. We definitely recommend this book, but if you haven’t checked out this series, we suggest you start with book one: I’d Tell You That I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You.

Out of Sight, Out of Time Rating: 5

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