Drowned Paradise by Rob Shackleford.
In the global climate of conflict, shortages, and political instability and ineptitude, residents on the Coastal communities of Australia’s Gold Coast are suddenly hit by a tsunami.
A huge one.
To make matters worse, most tech dies with it.
A disaster novel with a twist, Drowned Paradise follows a small group of survivors as they struggle to survive a cataclysm that dramatically changes their world.
Then, in the not-too-distant future, when our culture has become relegated to history, what will be our legacy?
Paperback: 417 Pages
Publisher: Rob Shackleford (February 18, 2023)
Fiction (Action and Adventure)
Rob Shackleford: Short Stories.
Every author develops a range of short stories and I have a few short stories that I am gradually turning out. Generally, they are whimsical, but I hope good enough to enjoy.
These have also been included in my Blogs.
The Coin: A true story relating to a found coin in a school ground in the 1960’s.
Old Woman Island: Where an exciting link to Australia’s past is investigated.
The Toothbrush: The perils of shared accommodation.
About Rob Shackleford: An English-born Australian, Rob Shackleford has lived in New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, with a varied career that has included Customs Officer, Scuba Instructor, College Teacher and management roles in too many places.
With degrees in the Arts and Business, he is mad keen on travel, Scuba diving, Family History, martial arts, astronomy, and playing Djembe and Congas. Despite that, he is actually not that boring.
Rob is father of two and has made his green escape with his lovely lady into Australia’s Gold Coast hinterland.
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