Adam and Eve story does not follow the common logic.
1) Children would never believe a lie (especially from a stranger) against their father who has already proved a Supreme Benefactor to them!
2) If even if they believed, normal course of action would have been to wait! Because God says they will die if they eat of forbidden tree, and serpent says they will not. If they would allow the time to pass, they would know the truth. If God is a liar, they will find signs of old-age and death developing in their bodies, and they can easily avoid death by eating of the forbidden tree. If they do not find any signs of old-age and death developing in their bodies, then they would know Satan is a liar.
3) Even if they wanted to eat, no sensible person would decide to eat of the forbidden tree together with the other person! [If people wanted to know the taste of cyanide, why all of them should choose to taste simultaneously?] Eve ate first. That means they are now in a position to know the consequence of that action. If she becomes like God, becoming better and better day by day because she ate of the tree, her husband could now decide to eat of the tree. On the other hand, if Eve shows the signs of old age and death because she ate of the tree, Adam can decide not to eat of that tree, and take the matter with God for a solution.
4) God’s response falls
short of His status:
a) cursed all snakes, even those yet to be born (Gen 3:14)
b) made excruciating labor-pain mandatory for all women (Gen 3:16)
c) made earning livelihood difficult for men (3:18, 19)
d) admitted He had a hidden agenda, thus proves Satan was not a liar (God declared, in Genesis 3:22, that Adam and Eve have “now become like one of us” fulfilling what Satan had foretold: “when you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God.” (Gen 3:5) This prospect was kept hidden when God originally announced the law: “you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it you will certainly die.” (Gen 2:17)
Thus, Adam and Eve account clearly backfires on God and even on the writer himself as one who has no sense of logic or reason! Thus account fails to meet the criterion of a story!