From on high, the gods make sport of the mortals who toil below them. None know the cruelty of these beings better than Ganymede, a beautiful prince who was torn away from his family by the gods' divine hands. Granted immortality, Ganymede now whiles away his days in an inescapable miniature garden for the amusement of the gods, particularly Apollo. But the gods themselves are no strangers to the boredom of eternal life, and as Ganymede quickly discovers, they will do anything to keep themselves entertained, both at his expense and at one another's...
|Product dimensions:||5.70(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.20(d)|
|Age Range:||16 - 18 Years|
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The only reason I could say that someone would want to read this is to admire good art, because the plot is entirely twisted. I could not glean any sort of premise other than you are reading the story of a man doomed to an endless eternity in an empty space by the will of a childish sun god.
Very whimsical gods play with humans on Earth out of boredom. Best premise for a story ever? Yep ^-^ . Apollo (on the cover) himself even talks to his offered human sacrifice instead of eating her, and later keeps a historical Trojan Prince as a "pet". Don't miss one of the most interesting manga titles out right now!