After losing everything, teenager Molly Fisk has chosen never to leave the museum she lives in with her mom, the only place she feels safe. Years of blaming herself and fearing for her and her mother’s safety have left Molly anxious, fearful, and unable to embrace life. Claire Rodriguez, despite her best efforts, has a difficult time moving past the tragedy that changed the landscape of her life. When she meets a young girl, however, she is compelled to reach out, a gesture that begins her healing process. Years later, Claire has lost touch with the girl, and Molly is beginning to feel restless within her small world. Parrish (Watch over Me, 2009) blends Molly’s and Claire’s stories to create a fast-moving, suspenseful, enrapturing novel about what it means to lose everything and how crucial it is to let others in and learn to depend on God. Fans of Christian fiction with kick and psychological depth will be engaged and touched by Parrish’s exciting third novel.