All The Days After: A Story Of Love, Loss And Resilience Beyond Black Saturday by Sue GunninghamAll The Days After: A Story Of Love, Loss And Resilience Beyond Black Saturday by Sue Gunningham

All The Days After: A Story Of Love, Loss And Resilience Beyond Black Saturday

bySue Gunningham

Paperback | May 1, 2016

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On Saturday, February 7, 2009, teacher Sue Gunningham waits impatiently in her car for news of her long-time partner Barry Johnston, who has been declared missing in the savage Australian bushfires that would come to be known as the "Black Saturday" fires. Little does she realize that the loss of her partner is just the beginning of her battle. She has to deal with the frantic search for him; the coroner, solicitors, and the funeral parlor to have Barry’s remains identified and returned; continual rounds of formal interviews with police, case managers, psychologists, and the Victoria Bushfire Royal Commission; and trying to rebuild both the cottage and her life. Raw and compelling, All the Days After will resonate with anyone who has suffered through devastating grief.
Sue Gunningham develops and delivers financial literacy workshops to remote indigenous communities and disadvantaged groups in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Regions.
Title:All The Days After: A Story Of Love, Loss And Resilience Beyond Black SaturdayFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 6 × 0.9 inPublished:May 1, 2016Publisher:Finch PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1925048500

ISBN - 13:9781925048506

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"All the Days After is not only compelling reading but a testament to the strength of the human spirit through unimaginable heartache. Sue’s strength, courage, fortitude and infinite beauty are inspirational. It was a privilege to have walked a few steps with her on this journey." —Major Glenys Ford