The book "At Divine Mercy" is the second attempt of A. Victor Adharsh. This is an epic novel allegorical to the book of Exodus in the Old Testament. A group of forlorn refugees fleeing from the extreme torment in the turmoil of the early 17th century Russia, torn apart by Polish- Muscovite wars… set out into the wilderness plagued by the blizzards at the onset of a harsh winter. But they are out of the frying pan into the fire. Haunted by their worst nightmares in the edges of the frozen Taiga of Northern Russia, the story unwinds, to reveal if they would survive the ordeal. It is a classic tale of Divine intervention, giving the hope of deliverance to the downtrodden. It binds our hearts to the realm of picturesque southern tundra's throbbing with vibrant biodiversity. The plot entwines the lifestyles and survival techniques of indigenous ethnic groups in that region.