Cammie Morgan wakes to find herself alone in a convent with no memory of how she got there or the preceding few months. So she must start at the beginning to piece it all together.
But after returning to school, things become harder and the stares from friends and students grow increasingly uncomfortable. Do they think she’s crazy? Do they trust her? Does she trust herself? With her memory not returning and feeling frustrated with the lack of progress, Cammie’s strength and clarity of mind grow thin. What information did she discover during those summer months and what was she searching for? Can she find the missing pieces that will solve all of the puzzles? The only things one needs to know about a Gallagher Girl are that with the help of her sisters anything is possible, and they never stop until the mission is over.
This is the fifth book in the Gallagher Girls series and the first in which I felt there was a deviation from how each of the other books was laid out. This one is quite a bit more serious than the others and the girls are actually involved in a lot of spying, which is all very reasonable since they have matured and are now in their final year of school. I was a little unsure as I began reading but I ended up really loving it and the departure from the first four was a nice change. Each of the books in the series is a quick, fun, easy read that I would recommend to teens.