" I read the Signet Classics version which was a publication of the translation by Horace Gregory. I would like to read this again. It was fun, interesting, bawdy, and playful. It put some fun familiar myths in greater perspective, and introduced me to many more that I had not previously known. Sometimes the meaning and direction got a bit lost in the poetry, but that failure can only be laid on the reader. I was surprised at how light it was in tone and in dealing with it's subject matter. Homer seemed to have a level of reverent respect for the gods and their doings while Ovid seemed ready to poke fun at the slightest provocation. Touched too many great themes to number, it also included too many moments that made be blush to bother mentioning. I began to wonder if Ovid's morality was typical of his day or if he stood more on the 'saucy' side of things. All and all, well worth a read. "
— Brad, 1/24/2014