Each player takes a book--any book--and then has a certain amount of time to find a passage on the book that matches with the prompt. It can be a word, a sentence, a phrase--whatever. Players then read them out loud, and the judge picks the best one. First player to win five cards wins the game.
What I Liked About The Game:
- It's incredibly simple, and it's incredibly fun. That short, sweet description I listed above is literally it. It doesn't sound like much, but it's a complete blast.
- Since you can literally "bring your own book," each game can be wildly different. Playing with a trivia book is worlds different than playing with a medical textbook--and since each player has a different book, each answer is going to be much different.
- The card ideas are very fun. You'd think there was a limited number of things that would apply to this, but we played so many games and each one was pretty good.
- About the only thing I can see people not liking is if you have players who get frustrated easily and they have a book that just doesn't quite match the prompt, they may not have a lot of fun.