Apollo et Daphne

Katy Ganino Reddick
An easy-to-read version of one of Ovid's most famous stories. Daphne is a beautiful nymph, and Apollo is a handsome (but annoying) god. When Cupid interferes, things go horribly wrong.


Reviewed: 2018-10-24

4 stars: It was a good book but it's like every Cupid, cheesy book. You should read this book if you like gods and goddesses falling in love. It goes along with the book Pluto. - Maggie Braswell, October 2018

4 stars: It took me a while to read but I thought it was a good book to read. You should read this book if you like learning about the gods. - Kelly Stephenson, April 2020

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