A heart-wrenching saga about the struggles of villagers…of wanton lust that reduces women to mere objects, Niyan Ahmed Khan’s novel is a tale that seems so real. Mohabbat, Fahim’s father and Sameena’s husband is a slave to desire. He divorces his wife leaving her and their three children in the lurch. Sameena is forced to move to another village to stay with her in-laws. She is despised and regarded as a burden rather than the asset that she is. She has to relocate again. The tough lifestyle and low income results in the death of two of her three children. Her last hope is her son, Fahim Khan, who is blessed with a black mole that is regarded as a sign of great fortune by Fakirs and other fortune tellers. Fahim dreams of becoming Deputy Superintendent of Police to lift the veil of adversity, but there is little hope as there’s not enough money for his education. Can Sameena, Mohabbat and Fahim overcome their adverse circumstances and cross over into The Ocean of Bliss?