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The New York Times has a review of a new book on the ancient Olympians. In Gods Behaving Badly, by Marie Phillips, several of the gods live as mortals in a townhouse in modern London. They've all been given backgrounds and quirks that bring them up-to-date. Hermes rides a motorcycle. Eros is a Jesus freak. Phillips updates Apollo's Star Trek-era lament about the lack of mortal worship to: "'Everyone knew who we were. People were different then. They believed. The adulation, the fame, it was like — well, it was worship, really.'"