Life’s Circle is the story of Zara, and tells of the struggles, the hardships, the loves and the laughter that a very special woman encountered during the First World War, the Second World War, and in the ensuing years of her life. It tells of Zara’s growing years and her love for two brothers, Stanley and Bruce. Volunteering during the First World War the brothers are soon sent overseas. Those left behind; waiting anxiously for news of loved ones, continue with their lives within the constrictions of war time. After Zara’s father dies she is thrust into taking over the management of their sheep property, a position considered a man’s domain, but despite the floods and droughts, and through sheer determination and hard work soon gains her respect within the district. She employs an aboriginal stockman, Jack, who becomes her closest friend and ally. Zara then meets Edward, new to the district. They fall deeply in love. One day, when Jack goes walkabout, Zara has a horrifying experience which changes her life completely. She is rescued by Jack. Devastated and shamed by the experience she rejects Edward. How this experience shapes her life and her relationship with those around her makes this fascinating saga, a compelling read.