"It is what you read when you don't have to that determines what you will be when you can't help it." - Oscar Wilde
Okay, I know this is a Cinderfella story, so I went in somewhat prepared. The hurt/comfort theme was nicely done and everything fell into place rather easily. That's fine, it's a fairy tale after all. But. The last part? I was constantly thinking: "Wait. What? This came out of nowhere!" So, while I understood where the "pure evil" had to come out and play a bit in a tale like this, I was still confused and just coulnd't completely enjoy it. Therefore, only 2.5 stars.