Buckle up for a fun ride. Adam Rex always delivers on the humor, especially if you favor the slightly ridiculous, and you never know what wacky directions his stories will take - this is half the fun. His illustrations always add extra fun, and a few inside jokes will please fans - I loved the mention of Super Abraham Lincoln comics (can someone actually make those, please?) The only flaw in the whole brilliantly crazy thing is that the plot falls apart a bit towards the end (to tell the truth, I can't remember how he managed to wrap things up). However, the humor wins out in the end. Recommended to fans of absurd fantasy.
Review for Metro Parent:
This comic fantasy sends the reader deep into the corrupt world of a breakfast cereal company bent on world domination. When Scott starts seeing leprechauns, pookas and unicats, he soon discovers he isn’t hallucinating – and with the help of a strange set of twins, he sets off on a madcap adventure to save the world.