Even though the plot is interesting and stems from a refreshing and unique viewpoint, infusing a regularly played game with a fun backstory, the story often went on too long in parts. It could have been pared down a bit to make it a little easier for kids to engage with since it would have been quicker to read.
Adam Rex's illustrations showcase the strengths of each of the three main characters and permeate the text of the story with more meaning as readers see the truth behind each character's thoughts and actions.
Much like Jon Scieszka's 'The True Story of the Three Little Pigs,' the story shows a different side of what everyone thought could only be thought of in one way and turns it on its head. It can open up some thought-provoking dialogue about understanding different perspectives among those who read it.