"Not knowing you can't do something, is sometimes all it takes to do it."
This was my first time reading a book like this, and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. As a person who strongly believes that anything a man can do, a woman can do, this book was, to say the least, inspiring. The main character, whose name is Cameron Ann Morgan, is a young girl who attends a school called Gallagher Academy For Exceptional Young Women. Her mother is the headmistress at this school. This school would be just like any other school, except for the fact that it trains girls to be spies. The whole series follows Cam, and her life as a spy.
Cameron is average and outstanding, while being unnoticeable at the same time. She is smarter than she appears, but doesn't like being in the spotlight. She cares deeply for the people who are close to her, especially her friends. She aspires to be a great spy, one as great as her aunt.
Left Me Wanting More: Action. I mean, sure. It does have a few action scenes, but I feel like there should be a bit more in a series with spies.