Outback Exodus

An earthquake that shatters the land and puts the lives of many into a complete spin Follow the journey of the survivors from the Australian outback to the coast Our hero s are real people with real problems and the solutions are real solutions This story follows 252 people as they trek across the outback and avoid the pitfalls on the way.The storms, the crevasses in thAn earthquake that shatters the land and puts the lives of many into a complete spin Follow the journey of the survivors from the Australian outback to the coast Our hero s are real people with real problems and the solutions are real solutions This story follows 252 people as they trek across the outback and avoid the pitfalls on the way.The storms, the crevasses in the land and the vulnerability of humans as they pit themselves against nature in her rawest forms Along the way they find the bonds that draw survivors together during disasters Join the journey of Jenn, Gavin, Rhys, Caren and their friends and families as the Outback Exodus unfolds.
Outback Exodus An earthquake that shatters the land and puts the lives of many into a complete spin Follow the journey of the survivors from the Australian outback to the coast Our hero s are real people with real p

  • Title: Outback Exodus
  • Author: Dawn Millen Kristine Jones Jackie Gogerly
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Outback Exodus”

    1. Starting overHaving recently experienced my first earthquake tremors and having had to restart my life at points this book touched me on so many levels. Dawn Millen has written a beautiful and descriptive story of the strength of the human being to face adversity. I was so impressed with the smooth flow of the story and the vivid description of the Australian Outback. The strength and resilience of the characters are to me the main focus of the story. Minute details have been thought out and inc [...]

    2. A heartwarming story that follows Jenn and her friends as they attempt to survive and rebuild their lives after a devastating earthquake. Millen captures the nuances of human nature, portraying loss and horror with a subtlety that is admirable. I was especially drawn to Jenn; an empathetic, strong woman who clearly loves her homeland and will do anything to help her fellow survivors. With captivating prose, Millen has woven a tender tale of survival that I highly recommend.

    3. A trek thru the outback after an earthquake and the numerous trials and setbacks is quite a story. It starts out pretty good and draws you in as their journey begins. The writing is a little rough in spots, and the story seems a little boring at times, but worth a read anyway.

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