Eneas is not like the other unicorns. He has a pair of large, feathered wings he inherited from his mother, who is a beautiful pegasus named Phedora. But the wings, which are a blessing to his mother and the rest of the pegasi, are a curse to Eneas. Because of them, he is rejected by the other unicorns and bullied relentlessly. Not willing to succumb to his fate as the herd's freak, he sets out on a long, dangerous voyage to Mount Olympus, where he hopes to convince Zeus, the god of thunder, to transform him into a normal unicorn. Will Zeus grant his request, or will Eneas remain a freak forever?
Jody Studdard is the author of several children’s novels, including A Different Diamond, Fastpitch Fever, Escape from Dinosaur Planet, and The Sheriff of Sundown City. He is a graduate of Monroe High School (1989), the University of Washington (1993), and California Western School of Law (1995). In addition to writing, he is a practicing attorney with an office in Everett, Washington. He is a fan of the Seahawks, Storm, and Sounders FC.read more