Published by Tate Publishing
Guest Blogger Dakota
The book has a lot of action and adventure. The storyline opens with a clever twist; all be it a little confusing. the kids lose their parents to a mysterious man from another dimension. They only way to save their parents is to play a living board game. The children go to several amusing worlds. Each world must freely give its greatest possession to the children, so that the children can trade them for their parents.
As the book progresses the children learn valuable life lessons such as trusting each other, working as a team, and being honest. The biggest thing they learn is how much their parents love them.
The sequence of events was a little off, and there was like a limited third view narrator that didn't always know what was happening.
I received a copy of this book from Tate Publishing in exchange for an honest review.