This book presents Classical Mythology in a very interesting way. The author tried to write this book, as though it were a history book written from the view of the Ancient Greeks and Romans. There are both history and mythology in this book. Some of the events in this book actually happened, but some of them are purely a part of the religious beliefs of the Ancient Greeks and Romans. The Ancient Greeks and Romans would have looked at most of the events in this book as actual history, however, some of these events are merely a part of the oral and written traditions of the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Some of the events from The Holy Bible were included, because they are similar to some of the events within Greek and Roman Mythology. There are also Scripture passages quoted within the text of the book to point the readers to Yahweh, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit, Who are the Holy Trinity.