A story about a showtune obsessed high schooler doing “Into The Woods” seemed like a good premise for a story. But unfortunately, Linas Alsenas’ “Beyond Clueless” didn’t live up to its promise. Marty Sullivan is a young lady who just got cast as The Little Red Riding Hood in her high schoo production of ‘Into The Woods,” and she has a new crush, a dark haired boy named Felix (he plays Prince Charming) and she also has a gay best friend, Jimmy, although they have been separated because Marty now goes to an all-girls Catholic school. My main problem is that Marty isn’t likable enough for me to care about her, and I thought that there wasn’t enough wit here for it to be funny. By the time something happens (the action is slow) the book was already about 75% in on my Kindle, and I was just going through the motions for it to finish. This is a disappointment.