Ovid’s got a lot on his mind, and he pours it all into the pages of a notebook. Inspired by his namesake, he wryly records his classmates’ dramas as modern-day Roman mythology. There’s Sophie and Caleb, the Psyche and Cupid of cyber-couples; poetic Paula, who pursues filmmaker Franny like Apollo chasing Daphne; and graphic-novelist Duwayne, a Proserpina shuttling between divorced parents. Meanwhile, Ovid hides his own Olympian struggles and a disturbing secret.
©2009 Betsy Franco (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I am a current 25 year old but my high school self would definitely relate to Ovid. He's dealing with the inner struggle that a lot of people deal with in their teen years. I love that he overcomes his struggle but things don't end up perfect. It's just like real life
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I would this to this book again, because I really liked it!
I felt drawn in like I could picture it.
Dave Franco does the majority of the narration in this. I like his voice a lot in this book.His voice isn't flat. I just loved this book partly because of his voice.
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