Just when her life felt right: new home, new career, new grandchildren, Janet Givens leaves it all behind and, with her new husband, joins the Peace Corps. Assigned to Kazakhstan, a Central Asian country finding its own way after generations under Soviet rule, she too must find a way to be in a world different from what she knew and expected.
Will it be worth it?
Winner of the 2015 Moritz Thomsen Peace Corps Experience Award.
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