A God in Ruins by Kate Atkinson

I finished Life After Life and I wanted more. Thank goodness Kate Atkinson wrote A God in Ruins, a companion novel to Life After Life. They definitely go great together!

Book Club Mom

A God in Ruins cover
A God in Ruins

by
Kate Atkinson

Rating:
5 book marks

How do you reconcile the things you do during a war with how you live when it’s all over? Can you make up for what you did? This is the conflict that becomes Teddy Todd’s personal war in Kate Atkinson’s terrific book, A God in Ruins, a companion to her equally terrific book, Life After Life.

Life After Life is a “what if” story, showing the different paths and possible outcomes for Teddy’s sister, Ursula, during World War II. A God in Ruins is about Teddy and his role as an RAF pilot during its bombing campaign over Germany. You can read them independently, but I think it’s better to read Life After Life first.

Both books are ambitious reads and can’t be rushed. A God in Ruins, however, is a different kind of story, and examines Teddy’s life…

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