In the second or third chapter, Jigsaw is told by his mom to clean his room. His response was basically "not now, I'm busy". She in turn responded by saying, "This is not me asking, this is me telling. And now this is me exclaiming, Clean your room!" She walks out of the room, and the rest of the page is spent exploring Jigsaw's thoughts: "I have better things to do than clean my room. I am an important person and have important things to do. Studying clues is better for me right now. This is no time to pick up legos."
His mom never makes an entrance back into the book to reprimand him; he never feels bad about his disrespect and disobedience. There is no way, as wonderful as the rest of the book is, that I would want my son to read this. I have enough other things combating my son's attitude I don't need to add to it. I just don't understand how someone could on purpose write such attitude-garbage.