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I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You

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Amanda Blettner

on 2 April 2013

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

by Ally Carter I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd have to Kill You Main Characters: Cammie Morgan The Gallagher Girls Series 5th Outside Reading Project by Amanda Blettner Main Characters: Cammie Morgan - known as the "Chameleon" because she can always blend in. She is the narrator of the story and is the daughter of the headmistress, Rachel Morgan.

Rebecca Baxter "Bex" - one of Cammie's friends from England. She is extremely mischievous and dangerous and always keeps her friends on their toes.

Elizabeth Sutton "Liz" - one of Cammie's friends. She is probably one of the smartest girls in the entire school, a photographic memory, and a knack for cracking any kind of code.

Macy McHenry - one of Cammie's friends. Macy is the daughter of Senator McHenry and new to the Gallagher Academy. She is prettier than a supermodel but very funny and loyal. Minor Characters: Rachel Morgan - the headmistress of the Gallagher Academy and mother of Cammie. She is a great leader and, more importantly, one of the best retired spies in America.

Joe Solomon - teaches the class "Cove-Ops" (covert operations)

Josh - Cammie's boyfriend

Dillon Jones - Josh's best friend

Protagonists: Cammie, Bex, Liz, Macy, Mrs. Morgan, and Mr. Solomon Antagonist: Dillon Jones - he attempts to sabotage Cammie's relationship with Josh Setting: The Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women in Roseville, Virginia

present-day Conflicts: Cammie has to befriend a new student, Macey McHenry.

Cammie's boyfriend, Josh, can never know that she is a spy.

Dillon tries to sneak into the Gallagher Academy.

Cammie has to decide whether to save her friends from trouble or stay in her relationship with Josh and not blow her cover.

Cammie has to let go of Josh in order to save her school.

3 Major Events: 1) when Cammie first meets Josh - She is on a covert operations assignment, or "pop quiz," and is required to follow one of her teachers without being seen. In the middle of her mission, she meets a boy named Josh. She can't blow her cover, so she lets him believe she is an ordinary girl, starting their relationship. 2) when Dillon decides to sneak into the Gallagher Academy - Dillon tries to prove that Cammie has been lying to Josh by sneaking into the Gallagher Academy and showing him that she is a student there. In order to keep her school's cover from being blown, Cammie claims that she is a snotty, rich girl from the Gallagher Academy who wanted to see how long she could toy with Josh, ending their relationship 3) when Josh interrupts Cammie's Cove-Ops final - after Cammie dumps him to save her school's cover, he sees her being "kidnapped" by an old van. However, Cammie's Cove-Ops final involves being "kidnapped" by her teacher, "interrogated," and presented with a challenge after escaping to prove that she is capable of a real mission. Josh, not knowing that Cammie is a spy, follows the van to rescue her. He interrupts the mission, causing a distraction and allowing Cammie and her friends to achieve their goal. However, Josh realizes that Cammie and her friends are spies. Resolution: In order to save her school's secret, Cammie breaks up with Josh. However, Josh accidentally sees Cammie's mock-mission and realizes the truth about her and her school. Because of this, his memory is modified, and Cammie has to let him go. Cammie decides that after breaking so many rules to be in a relationship with Josh, she should start over with a clean slate and forget about boys - the most important thing is being the best spy that she can be. Introduction: Cammie Morgan seems like an ordinary teenage girl - except for the fact that she can speak fourteen languages, kill a man twelve different ways with her bare hands, and gets extra credit for hacking into CIA codes. Oh, and that she goes to a school for spies. The Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women was started in the 1800s by Gillian Gallagher, an extremely smart woman who wanted women to be able to educate themselves and have an occupation that normal men wouldn't have. Over the years, the school has taught different languages, chemical warfare, covert operations, and many other classes. "I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You" centers on the every-day life of Cammie and her friends at "spy school." Everything is as normal as spying can get until Cammie meets an ordinary boy who thinks she is just an ordinary girl. As their relationship grows, Cammie has to figure out a way to balance her relationship and keep her school's legacy safe.
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