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@ 2008-07-08 16:01:00
I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You
Title: I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You
Author: Ally Carter
Copyright date: 2006
How many pages: 284
How long it took me to read: 2 days
Category: Teen Fiction
I learned about this book from: Barnes & Noble
This book was purchased at: B & N :)
Other books by this author: Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy
Main characters: Cammie, and her friends Liz and Bex
Favorite characters: I liked almost all the characters, so idk
Least favorite Characters: Dillon, he's a DICK
When and Where the story takes place: Present day, at an all girls school
Plot in a nutshell: Teenage genius girls training to be spies, but then one meets a boy, and she can't tell him the truth about her..
What I liked best: I've always liked the whole "spy" angle. When I was little I acted like Harriet the Spy all the time, and my cousin and I had "agent" names. Oh...I also like how the author keeps referencing Gilmore Girls and Buffy :)
What I liked least: It was a little TOO easy of a read, not much depth there.
What parts could you relate to: Unfortunately I'm not cool enough to be a sweet spy or anything..
Did you learn anything from this book: No lol
Would you read it again, or give it away: Ehhh idk maybe
Would this book make a good movie?: It could either be a very clever, fun movie or a bad Spy Kids rip-off starring Jamie Lynn Spears.... I suppose it depends on how they go about it.
Quote from the book that sums it up: n/a
Overall Rating: A little simple, but entertaining nonetheless. And I love the spy angle. I plan on getting book two for sure :)