At Circles Bend is a fictitious little house in the desert story based on a mesmerizing, enticing mirage life that's centered around survival and extinction in old Saudi Arabia. It is a brief peek inside a struggling, abruptly transplanted young American family experiencing an overwhelming, insurmountable mountain of immersing tribulations cultivated by cultural clashes and massive marital distresses.
This book, the first of a parading sequel called a Circle's legacy, is based on a move to old time Arabia where the leading lady Angelica finds herself struggling with vast strangling ethnic differences and eternity's mysterious acceptance. She is dominated by her own version of ecstasy haunted by her smile. In 1973, Angelica finds herself a victim of extreme dictatorship while overshadowed and trapped behind the concealed mysterious black veil of the secretive suffocating hijab with a trailing, flowing, oppressive abaya and various other dark delusional shrouds of problems.
During that enduring time of captivity and accumulated hours of incarceration within her life, the shy young woman stays mired in a pit of blackness inside her destiny, as she crawls and claws her way out. Come along for a jubilant journey through fascinating trip remembrances to many foreign countries, including mysterious recollections into shadowy Iran, with other shady reflections that are compounded by sadness over bereavements, mortalities and retention torture from Angelica's insecurities.
The invitation is extended for you to take a peek inside and see what lies behind Angelica's illusion disguised eyes, while you go with her on a mysterious carpet ride.