Saturday, 7 February 2009. Truly the worst of days... From dawn, the bush was tinder dry, and hot winds grew and fed off the baked landscape, sucking out every last drop of moisture, whipping sparks from power lines, and stirring up menace and danger. WORST OF DAYS is the behind-the-scenes story of the people who were inside Black Saturday's most deadly firestorm, the Kilmore blaze. It is a powerful and gripping narrative of disaster and resilience, of men and women and children facing the ultimate stress. This is the story of what we do at the very worst of times: from the man who braved the flames to help a mate, to another who refused even to cover the face of a dead man, saying, 'No mate, not my job.' It is the story of officials' bungles and best efforts, towns and their heroes, of survivors, saviours and lost souls.I owe the Kinglake crews personal thanks for their welcome while I was up there after the fires, particularly my tour guide and adviser on CFA customs, Steve Bell. Tricia Hill, Ben Hutchinson and Steve Nash were generous in the face of theiranbsp;...
|Title||:||Worst of Days|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2010-11-01|