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A God in Ruins In Life After Life Ursula Todd Lived Through The Turbulent Events Of The Last Century Again And Again In A God In Ruins, Atkinson Turns Her Focus On Ursula S Beloved Younger Brother Teddy Would Be Poet, RAF Bomber Pilot, Husband And Father As He Navigates The Perils And Progress Of The Th Century For All Teddy Endures In Battle, His Greatest Challenge Will Be To Face Living In A Future He Never Expected To Have

About the Author: Kate Atkinson

Kate Atkinson was born in York and now lives in Edinburgh Her first novel, Behind the Scenes at the Museum, won the Whitbread Book of the Year Award and she has been a critically acclaimed international bestselling author ever since.She is the author of a collection of short stories, Not the End of the World, and of the critically acclaimed novels Human Croquet, Emotionally Weird, Case Histories, and One Good Turn Case Histories introduced her readers to Jackson Brodie, former police inspector turned private investigator, and won the Saltire Book of the Year Award and the Prix Westminster When Will There Be Good News was voted Richard Judy Book Best Read of the Year After Case Histories and One Good Turn, it was her third novel to feature the former private detective Jackson Brodie, who makes a welcome return in Started Early, Took My Dog.

10 thoughts on “A God in Ruins

  1. says:

    man, this book chills, i tell you, everywhere chills this is a companion book to Life After Life, and technically, it is teddy s story teddy, you will recall from life, is ursula s little brother if you have not read Life After Life what the crap is wrong with you go re

  2. says:

    A man is a god in ruins When men are innocent, life shall be longer, and shall pass into the immortal, as gently as we wake from dreams Ralph Waldo Emerson Nature Thus opens Kate Atkinson s companion work to her much acclaimed Life After Life While the earlier work focused on Th

  3. says:

    The second novel about a Bomber Command pilot I ve read in the space of as many months and both A God in Ruins and The Way Back to Florence have turned out to be fabulous enthralling if very different novels The pilot is in this novel is Teddy, brother of Ursula in Life After Life The no

  4. says:

    In Kate Atkinson s time bending novel, Life After Life, the author toyed with time and created several different timelines and narratives for her main character, Ursula Todd Now, in this companion piece, the focus is on Teddy, Ursula s brother, and his life as an RAF Halifax pilot and under the r

  5. says:

    I guess I just loved everything about this book except the cover but I won t knock any stars off for that Kate Atkinson writes like a dream The early parts of this book are slow but the prose is so good the slowness does not matter And it needs to be read carefully anyway because at times the story flits

  6. says:

    I hope this doesn t sound conceited, but you might crow, too, if you had just written one BILLION reviews I have the magic of combinatorics to thank There are nine different fill in the blank sections in this review that allow ten separate candidates each which in the end will embody the text That makes 10 to the

  7. says:

    This is another case where I took a chance to read an author s book having not been a fan of a previous book.If you read my review of Life After Life , you ll see, I wasn t ga ga over that book I didn t jump for joy when this first book came out either PASS were my first thoughts Overtime I heard and read a few things abou

  8. says:

    Perhaps the element of this novel that most moved me was the arrogant dismissive way the young often view older generations, especially children with regards to their parents This is highlighted in the relationship between the obnoxiously brilliant Viola and her father Teddy Teddy is was a Bomber Command pilot during WW2 Almost nig

  9. says:

    Despite the owl, which continued to hoot its unholy lullaby, he fell almost immediately into the deep and innocent sleep of the hopeful First the confession I didn t really like Life After Life Oh, I admit, it was a very clever idea, beautifully written, but for me, something was missing It was all a bit random and, at times, I may as well

  10. says:

    Shortly before I finished this book last night, I read of the death of Nicholas Winton, aka Britain s Schindler, at the age of 106 He lived through the same time period, with a few years difference on either side, as Atkinson s fictional Teddy, the favorite sibling of Ursula from Life After Life While I was immediately captured by the latter book, t

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