One of the underlying problems of this series is that it has narrower confines within which to fit the Robyn character. Whereas others in the Grimm Fairy Tales lineup use a looser adaptation, by basing the action here in Myst, the character is somewhat more easily bound to the usual story. It is not so much of an issue, except the manner by which the character fits in doesn’t leave much room for movement, except as it has been done before many times in Grimm Fairy Tales – the streetwise girl with a bad past that perseveres over it. So while the action here is not really noteworthy, the character development is. Anyone not really familiar with the Grimm Fairy Tales concept might not like this series as much, but for those that are fans of the series, this will be enjoyable as well, if only less so.