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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.

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Very interesting and relatable

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 like his voice!

Would you listen to Metamorphosis: Junior Year again? Why?

I would this to this book again, because I really liked it!

What did you like best about this story?

I felt drawn in like I could picture it.

What does James Franco and David Franco bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

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.