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I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have To Kill You

A prezi on the book: I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have to Kill You. book writen by Ally Carter
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Jenna

on 27 January 2014

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Transcript of I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have To Kill You

About the Author
The author of this amazing book is
Ally Carter
.
She was born and raised in Oklahoma, She was a very active
student in high school and graduated as co-valedictorian.
After university she worked several years in the agricultural
industry before she decided to write full time.
In total Ally Carter has written 10 books. The very first book
she wrote was called " Cheating at Solitaire" and was published in
2005.
She has written 2 series the "Gallagher Girls" which has 6 books
and another series called "Heist" which has 3 books.
She now is doing the job she has always wanted ( to be an author)
and is back living where the dream stared, in Oklahoma.

Plot Summary
The main plot of the story is that Cammie Morgan is trying to find out if a guy she met while on an out of school assignment likes her. But its not the usually put a note in the locker saying "I like you do you like me?" She and her friends use all their spy training to get the answer.
This Book Reminds Me Of
This book reminds me of any spy movie that I have seen for example
Gold Finger, Casino Royal, Skyfall, Sherlock Holmes 1 & 2. These movies remind me of the book because in each movie the main character is trying to figure out what happened and why then go after who ever did it. It is almost like the book I read because Cammie is trying to find answers and she goes all out in doing so. The differences are that Cammie is a girl and Bond and Homles are men. Cammie is in spy school in Virginia and Bond works for England so does Homes they are very different in personality and the way they work out problems that occure during their missions.
I hope you all enjoyed my prezi on the book;.
I'd Tell You I Love You,
But Then I'd Have to Kill You

And now you want to read the whole series..
The book I have chose to do my report on is called, "I'd Tell You I
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My Favourite Passage
This is my favourit passage from the book I hope you like it.


" If you ever wonder whether or not someone is too good for you, I'd advise going through their trash"


"Plus, if Mr. Solomon was right, there were answers here-answers I desperately wanted."

This passage is important to the story because after they go through "Josh's" trash Cammie and her friends find out that Josh ....... well I can't tell you you just have to read the book!


Recommendation
I would recommend this book to girls from grade 5 and up. I would start it in grade 5 so they can understand the story more than they would at a younger age. Also there are some long words that any one in a younger grade might not understand.
This book is meant more for girls than boys, since the school that Cammie goes to only has girls except for one or two teachers and the boy Cammie likes. Also this book talks about how Cammie is trying to figure out if a guy likes her and I think that no boy wants to read about that.
I would give this book a 10 out of 10 ratting because it kept me wanting to read until the final page was turned and when the final page was turned boy was I happy that I bought the second book as well.
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