Pluto: Fabula Amoris

Rachel Ash, Miriam Patrick
He was a lonely god trapped in a thankless job. She was a young goddess who didn't even know she wanted to fall in love. How will they work together and will they stay together?

Reviews

Reviewed: 2018-09-22

5 stars: A great story that really explains Roman mythology. You should read this book if you like Greek mythology. - Johnny Dwyer, September 2018

5 stars: It's an entertaining book. You should read this book if you like mythology. - Luke Pignetti, September 2018

5 stars: It is a great story that touches the heart. You should read this book if you like anything to do with mythology or anything about Roman gods. - Ellis Callaway, September 2018

5 stars: I enjoyed reading Pluto in class because it was a good story and I knew most of the vocab. You should read this book if you like books that have vocab in the back (very helpful) :). - Liz Pentecost, September 2018

5 stars: It was such a cute love story! You should read this book if you like Eurydice. - Sewit Joseph, September 2018

4 stars: The book is entertaining and is very cute. You should read this book if you like romantic stories. - Tyler Elliott-Bonus, October 2018

4 stars: It was a good love story but kinda cheesy. You should read this book if you like Rome and Juliet. - Maggie Braswell, December 2018

4 stars: It was a pretty good story, no real useless scenes. It does a good job of being interesting but it's nothing special. You should read this book if you like Greek mythology. - Robert DeLorme, December 2018 

4 stars: I thought that the book was really insightful on the relationship between Pluto and Proserpina. I got to see the story from another angle; Pluto wasn't some evil god that stole Proserpina away from her family, but a lonely and misunderstood god who is distanced from his family and looking for true love. Proserpina was depicted not as an innocent little girl, but as a strong and emotional independent who is also looking for meaningful love. Overall, the book explained the story of mythology excellently, and made me feel connected with some of the characters. - Sutter Guttery, September 2019

5 stars: It is easy to understand as you go along. You should read this book if you like history books. - Ridley Moran, September 2019

4 stars: It was an easy read but had difficult words that we learned. Also, it was interesting and not a boring book. You should read this book if you like repetition and a little bit of romance and confusion. In the book she has to pick between her family and someone she likes. - Carter Kern, November 2019

4 stars: It was more difficult but had a cool plot. You should read this book if you like awkward relationships. - Jack Caffrey, November 2019

4 stars: It was a very interesting book and was very fun to read. You should read this book if you like a tragic love story with a lonely god and a beautiful girl who doesn't want love. - Reagan Orsagh, December 2019

4 stars: It was interesting how they represented Pluto as a lonely and made-fun-of god, but also desperate. It was also interesting how Proserpina didn't always want to return but enjoyed her time in the Underworld. You should read this book if you like Greek mythology. - Jamie Chatfield, April 2020

4 stars: I enjoyed the book and how simple it was to read. Proserpina and Pluto felt like real characters and not just beings inside of a book. At some points there were parts where the story didn't feel connected, but overall the story was very good. You should read this book if you like romance books/movies. - Dylan Spann, April 2020

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