Reader:Steven CrossleyShort Review: A decent book with a major flaw, read beautifully by Steven Crossley. Connolly's book starts out as a promising depiction of the interior life of a bookish, depressed boy with apparently undiagnosed epilepsy and OCD. Unfortunately, it continues on into an all-too-familiar series of retellings of classic fairytales, several of which villanize women for no clear reason. I expected and hoped for more from the book itself. Thankfully, I truly enjoyed Crossley's narration, and allowed it to carry me through a book that otherwise left me scratching my head and feeling disappointed and maligned.