Its light and quick and a little bit fun, but you pass cards back and forth so much that it leaves almost no room for strategy.
With a little bit less of the constant card swapping it would have been a much more interesting game.
As it is - I enjoy playing it with my kids but I don't think the adult gaming group will let me put it out on the table again.
The kind of people you play with is important. Anything that involves randomly picking a card from someone's hand isn't going to have a lot of depth. It's how people interact with the monster card that made it fun for me. It's been one miss with my serious analytical group and a hit with my more let's try anything group.