A God In Ruins by Kate Atkinson (2015)

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I really recommend this witty, time skipping, axis spinning, really Englisch book, what makes the Englisch magnificent: literature.

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4 thoughts on “A God In Ruins by Kate Atkinson (2015)

    1. The rabbit is actually a hare and is mentioned in Life After Life and A God In Ruins. It is a reference to Lewis Carroll. The hare ‘runs’ from one book to the next. I think it works great as an English symbol of which she is exploring.

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      1. Cool, thanks for the explanation. I still don’t remember the hare from the novels, but I guess it makes sense. I do like an alternate cover slightly better, where it shows a hare dead on a sideboard. This one though… maybe it’s just the layout with the quotes and text. It looks a bit rushed.

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