• Vivian Teo

READ & REVIEWED: The Super Secret Book by Tian En

Updated: Jun 6

Get ready for an exciting adventure in The Super Secret Book's intriguing and colourful world of superheroes, supervillains and super gadgets.

I wasn't a hundred percent sure if my girls would dig a superheroes book now as they are still riding on the high of their previous read (both of them are still pretending to be flying and chanting like witches 🙄) but turned out they got into this new one really quickly and couldn't wait to read it with me before bedtime!


The Super Secret Book by Tian En tells the story of the Super Secret, a team of six teenage crime-fighting superheroes, who protect Diamond City. When a super diamond that bestows superpowers appear and result in a surge in supervillains in the city, the team has to battle new nemeses, unravel the mystery behind the super diamond and question the purpose of superheroes.


Tian En crafts an intriguing world of superheroes, supervillains and super gadgets, with exciting fight scenes that had us at the edge of our seats. The interesting and colourful personalities of the protagonists and antagonists, and well-spun mystery also make this book an absolute page-turner.


Personally I feel the book is more suited for mature upper middle grade and early young adult book readers as the protagonists are teenagers, such that some of the dialogue and romance in the story seem less apt for younger MG book readers. But that said, my kids who will turn eight and ten this year, thoroughly enjoyed the action, adventure and mystery in the story.


The Super Secret Book is available for purchase at Amazon.com in paperback and e-book formats. Thank you for the review copy, Tian En. I'm definitely looking forward to your next work 😊.


Disclaimer: I received an e-copy of the book from the author for an honest review, and my opinions and reviews here are strictly my and my family’s own.


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