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As though I couldn’t most likely be a chance. as though I didn’t visit a faculty for spies. strolling in the course of the inn foyer, I couldn’t aid yet take into account the 1st task my covert operations instructor ever gave me: observe issues. lighting fixtures and cameras shone from each perspective. an immense web filled with pink, white, and blue balloons snaked in the course of the cavernous house like a patriotic python. Up at the mezzanine point, the Texas delegation was once making a song approximately yellow roses, whereas a lady walked via donning a tremendous foam hat formed like a Georgia peach. I scanned the hundreds of outdated ladies and younger women. Husbands and other halves. collage youngsters and senior voters. The final time I’d been in a crowd like this was once in a unique season and a distinct urban, so probably it used to be the hotel’s frigid air-conditioning or simply a reminiscence of a cold day in D. C. , yet for a few cause, I shivered and fought opposed to a major case of déjà vu as I appeared round and acknowledged the identify I hadn’t spoken in weeks. “Zach. ” Then I blinked and puzzled if part of me might continually fear that he could be on my tail. “This way,” the fellow beside me acknowledged, yet we didn’t cease on the finish of the road, which twisted and grew to become in entrance of the marble-covered registration table. We didn’t even decelerate as we handed among rows of elevators. as an alternative we became down a slender corridor that appeared part an international clear of the intense lighting fixtures and tall ceiling of the foyer. Plush carpeting gave option to chipped linoleum tiles until eventually eventually we have been status earlier than an elevator I’m beautiful certain inn site visitors have been by no means meant to work out. “So, you’re a chum of peacocks? ” the key carrier agent requested whereas we waited for the doorways to open. “Excuse me? ” I requested, simply because although I’d by no means been in a very great lodge, i used to be lovely convinced they wouldn’t have unique birds at the penthouse point. “Peacock,” the agent stated back as we stepped into the carrier motor vehicle that was once quickly sporting us, nonstop, to the pinnacle ground. “See, we use code names,” he defined as though I have been . . . a sixteen-year-old woman, “when we discuss the protectee. so that you and Peacock, you’re . . . acquaintances? ” he requested, and back i spotted that he wasn’t taking a look at me the way in which a well-trained, well-armed protection expert seems to be at a possible probability (because i do know something or approximately well-trained and well-armed defense pros! ). Nope. He was once me like i used to be . . . a Gallagher woman. after all, if you’re analyzing this you need to already recognize that there are forms of humans during this world—those who be aware of the reality approximately what is going on contained in the partitions of the Gallagher Academy for unparalleled younger ladies, and people who don’t. whatever within the approach the agent was once attempting to weigh my somewhat out-of-style outfits opposed to the snooty acceptance of my institution advised me that he was once certainly the second one type—that he assumed we have been all wealthy; that he idea we have been all spoiled; and that he had no suggestion what it fairly intended to be Gallagher lady. And that used to be ahead of I heard the screaming. because the elevator doorways slid open, a high-pitched “I am going to kill somebody!