The third installment of Warren's Josey series takes readers into the wilds of frozen Siberia. The vividly described setting makes the novel incredibly realistic. Josey's journey through a dry period of her faith will resonate, and the situations with her family and friends truly make this novel shine.

As their time in Moscow comes to a close, Josey dreams of returning to life in the United States, where she and her husband, Chase, can raise their twins around extended family. Yet this isn't the plan.

Chase convinces Josey to move to Siberia for a year. The struggles they face there, as well as the extreme adjustments they must make to everything, cause Josey to question her choices and her faith. (STEEPLE HILL CAFE, Aug., 350 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel