"This refreshing book seeks to ask difficult questions about atheism. Shying away from easy answers and comfortable smugness, it seeks to reconnect atheism with troubling, darker, aspects of the human condition, and situate atheism in a political and ethical framework. This book doesn't shy away from atheism's more challenging implications. It meets them head on, and engages with them in ways that are substantive, satisfying and illuminating."
Dr David Webster-University of Gloucestershire, Author of Dispirited
"Even though I am Catholic, and, as such, disagree with almost everything that O’Connor says, I recommend it to any and every atheist or agnostic who is interested in going beyond bible-basher-bashing, wanting to develop an understanding of what atheism actually demands of one. While the burden of proof may be on us theists, the burden of providing a politically-fertile meaningful way of life post-God is definitely on you! Atheism Reclaimed is a decisive step in that direction."