Monday, April 2, 2012
Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter, GUEST REVIEWER
Hello! I am your guest blogger for this post. The name is Carter. Emily Carter. xDDDD
Anyway, I'm going to be... reviewing Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter. No, there is no relation.
This book is in a series of wonderful stories that I call the Gallagher Girls series. To understand this book, you really have to read the rest of the stories. I recommend it highly.
The blurb says "For the first time in months, my three best friends and I were alone. How many hours had we spent walking those halls together in the early morning or middle of the night? Sneaking. Planning. Testing our limits and ourselves. But standing there, we were all a little too straight-our posture a little too perfect. It was as if we were strangers, trying to make a good impression. 'Stop looking at me like that,' I told them when it finally became too much. 'Like how?' Liz asked. 'Like you didn't think you'd ever see me again,' I said. 'Cam, we-' Liz started, but Bex cut her off. 'You don't get it, do you?' Her voice was more hiss than whisper. 'Until forty-eight hours ago, we didn't.'
So, basically, this book is about Cammie, and how after being missing, found, and forgetting a whole summer by herself, she struggles to remember anything from June to October.
The beginning of the book is a little bit frustrating at first, but after a while you kind of get happier. And I must say, it is my current favorite book.
I GIVE IT 5,000,000,000,000 STARS OUT OF 5.
I highly recommend it.
OH, Uhm... YES, Brooke would let her 14 year old daughter read this. Her daughter read it before her.
Thank you Emily (my daughter) for your review. I would add that I give it 5 Stars as well, with no warnings (other than frustration when things don't go the way I want them to go in the book. I guess that is what makes the book interesting, gives it a plot, and makes me happy when the frustration eases.)