Book 3 in the 'Parade's End' series, sequel to 'Parade's End: No More Parades' (9922). When the end of the war comes, Christopher Tietjens is suffering from shellshock. Valentine Wannop, hearing that Tietjens has returned to England, decides to go to him and look after him.
|Publisher||BBC Books; 2012|
THE GOOD SOLDIER
Set just before World War I and told using a series of flashbacks in non-chronological order, this is the tragic story of Edward Ashburnham, the soldier to whom the title refers, and his own seemingly perfect marriage and that of two American friends.
PARADE'S END: NO MORE PARADES
Book 2 in the 'Parade's End' series, sequel to 'Parade's End: Some do not…' (9662). Christopher Tietjens, an officer and gentleman, the last English Tory, is thrown from the secure, orderly world of Edwardian England into the chaotic madness of the First World War, and a complex sexual warfare with his faithless wife Sylvia.
PARADE'S END: SOME DO NOT…
1st book in the 'Parade's End' series. In this epic tale war turns the world of privileged, English aristocrat Christopher Tietjens upside down. It forces him to question everything he holds dear - social order, morality, marriage and loyalty.
PARADE'S END: THE LAST POST
Book 4 in the 'Parade's End' series, sequel to 'Parade's End: A Man Could Stand Up' (10256). Valentine Wannop and Christopher Tietjens now share a cottage in Sussex with Tietjens' brother and sister-in-law. Through their differing perspectives, Ford explores the tensions between his characters in a changing world, haunted by the experience of war, facing an insecure future for themselves and for England.