Kinglake-350

by Adrian Hyland
Kinglake-350

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On the 7th February, 2009, Sergeant Roger Wood found himself at the epicentre of the worst bushfire in Australia's history - Black Sunday. As the fire raged all around, he called his family to warn them what was coming. When his wife answered, she screamed that the fire had already hit their property, before the line went dead. Black Sunday was a many-headed monster, in whose wake stories of grief, heroism and desolation erupted all over the state of Victoria. This book is about the monster - and the heroism of those who confronted it.
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On the 7th February, 2009, Sergeant Roger Wood found himself at the epicentre of the worst bushfire in Australia's history - Black Sunday. As the fire raged all around, he called his family to warn them what was coming. When his wife answered, she screamed that the fire had already hit their property, before the line went dead. Black Sunday was a many-headed monster, in whose wake stories of grief, heroism and desolation erupted all over the state of Victoria. This book is about the monster - and the heroism of those who confronted it.