The noble house of Fedorcenko has much to rejoice in: the marriage of Princess Katrina, the anticipation of a new baby, the return of Prince Sergi.
But life does not end as a fairy tale. Even as they celebrate, rebel forces are at work to overthrow the tsar and the house of Fedorcenko as well.
In this compelling sequel to A House Divided, Michael Phillips and Judith Pella continue the saga of two families the aristocratic family of Fedorcenko and the humble peasants from Katyk, the Burenins.
From the frozen wasteland of Siberia to the tumult of St. Petersburg, Phillips and Pella weave a story that demonstrates how God's sovereignty extends over all human experience....Continua