The Arctic Circle is a novel composed of two synchronous parallel plots. The first part is about a person who’s recently been to a trip. This story represents The Everyday Life from the first-person perspective. The second part which is expressed from the third person view point is about a group of people who travel to the Arctic Circle and the Nordic to see the Aurora. These parts are gradually attached together. And from the very beginning, the story focuses on cultural issues. The social issues that we are somehow dealing with everyday are the core of this book. Details are depicted in a way that reading this novel makes you familiar with the different regions of Scandinavia and the culture.