Set during the time period of World War II, My Father the God may be viewed as a standalone novel or a sequel to Those Who Fought for Us, Part 1 of the Sutherland Saga. Journeying to his first year at Harvard during the summer of 1939, Scotsman Sloan Stewart meets Isolde Channing aboard ship during the transatlantic crossing. An indelible bond forming between the two, Isolde subsequently follows him to Harvard, whereupon the pair meet up with brilliant American James Moorehead. Surviving the complexities of another year at university, the three meet up for summer’s employment at The Orchard Inn, thereby creating the perfect escape from the hardships of school. But the unanticipated arrival of Philadelphian Sabrina Dewhurst foists unforeseen entanglements upon their planned hiatus, eventually resulting in a shocking event toward summer’s end. To make matters worse, war breaks out shortly thereafter, causing emotional wounds to fester as the ever widening war drives each on a different course. By war’s end, each has been indelibly molded by that now long ago event, so much so that there will eventually be shocking repercussions so heinous that none of them will be spared. Who shall lay their demons to rest, and who shall fail, if indeed anyone at all?