READ & REVIEWED: Ace Agent Spycat and the Nameless Note by Darren Lim
Ace Agent Spycat and the Nameless Note takes readers on a fun and intriguing ride filled with thrills and spills.
Ace Agent Spycat is back! In Ace Agent Spycat and the Nameless Note - the third and latest instalment of the series by Darren Lim - Spycat and fellow secret agents have to solve a mystery involving an anonymous note pleading for help, and charming but suspicious celebrity, Roman Ratrocious, might just have something to do with it. 🤔
Readers are in for a fun and intriguing ride, with lots of thrills and spills, as investigations take the agents from London to Miami and finally, the Amazon rainforest. As per blurb by yours truly on book's back cover, "An action-packed and entertaining read! Sign me up for an Ace Agent Spycat Adventure anytime!" 😁
Peppered with cool illustrations by Lai Hui Li (swipe to see) and interesting fun facts (e.g. where is Port of Manaus and what is 'nao' in Portugese), I reckon this middle-grade series is great for 8-10 year-olds. Little E and Big E, who read this at 9 and 11 years old respectively, thoroughly enjoyed the story too and we all had some good chuckles when reading the advance reader copy 😄
The Ace Agent series is available at Epigram Books and leading bookstores in Singapore 😉.
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