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Hotel K: The Shocking Inside Story of Bali’s Most Notorious Jail [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Kathryn Bonella
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2. Februar 2012
Welcome to Hotel Kerobokan, or Hotel K, Bali's most notorious jail. Its walls touch paradise; sparkling oceans, surf beaches and palm trees on one side, while on the other it's a dark, bizarre and truly frightening underworld of sex, drugs, violence and squalor. Hotel K's filthy and disease ridden cells have been home to the infamous and the tragic: a Balinese King, Gordon Ramsay's brother, Muslim terror bombers, beautiful women tourists and surfers from across the globe. Petty thieves share cells with killers, rapists, and gangsters. Hardened drug traffickers sleep alongside unlucky tourists, who've seen their holiday turn from paradise to hell over one ecstasy pill. Hotel K is the shocking inside story of the jail and its inmates, revealing the wild 'sex nights' organised by corrupt guards for the prisoners who have cash to pay, the jail's ecstasy factory, the killings made to look like suicides, the days out at the beach, the escapes and the corruption that means anything is for sale - including a fully catered Italian jail wedding, or a luxury cell upgrade with a Bose sound system. The truth about the dark heart of Bali explodes off the page.

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  • Taschenbuch: 301 Seiten
  • Verlag: Quercus Publishing Plc (2. Februar 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0857382691
  • ISBN-13: 978-0857382696
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 12,9 x 19,8 cm
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Kathryn Bonella lived in London for several years, freelancing for numerous English and American television programmes, magazines and newspapers. She returned to Australia in 2000 to work as a full-time TV producer. She moved to Bali in 2005 to research and write Shapelle Corby's bestselling autobiography, My Story.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Spot of Hell on the Island of Gods 28. März 2011
During her investigations and interviews with an Australian inmate of Keborokan jail in Bali, the Australian journalist and writer Kathryn Bonella became aware of the fascinating and shocking circumstances within the jail of Bali. Firstly talking to the Australian citizen Schapelle, accused of the illegal possession of ganja and convicted to a sentence of 20 years, Kathryn Bonella visited the Keborokan jail countless times and was witness of incredible customs. After writing No More Tomorrows, telling the sad and devastating story of the young woman Schapelle, she now released the journalistic well designed story of Hotel K.

For all visiting the island of Bali first impressions have the strength to last the whole range of stay: One of the most unique vegetations on earth, reminding the imagination of a would be paradise, beautiful and friendly people, neither loosing patience nor forgetting civilized respect, an art of cooking, deserving the attribute of divine and the beauty of nature, colourful as the brightest painting of a dreaming first class artist. All these pictures will vanish as soon as the visitor is ignoring the announcements made visible in the premises of immigration, informing that the possession of drugs will have serious consequences up to death penalty.

Bonella interviewed many of the inmates of Hotel K., beside some poor local wretches a respectable amount of westerners, all victims of their own greed and misbehaviour or framed up by Balinese who wanted to get rid of debts. We learn that especially westerners are identified as sources of money. The corrupt juristic system relies on bribe and brutality. There is not a hint of justice in this prison, the unbound forces of power and greed are ruling in the most untamed manner.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen You almost feel you are there your self. 6. September 2012
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I life in Indonesia myself for the last eleven years and i know about the system and the strange ways the law can go over here.
This book is good to refresh you memory that it is not only paradise in this country and if you get yourself involved with drugs this is the wrong place to be.
But i enjoy this book because i bin to Bali many times and i read the book about the Bali nine a year ago, so there are many things i recognise.
I can recommend this book to everybody.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Eye opening. 31. Juli 2012
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An absolutley fascinating read. It gives you an inside look into the business of prison industry. Extremely graphic, and intense, this book has stayed with me years after reading it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hotel K by Kathryn Bonella 10. März 2013
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Hotel Kerobokan -The Shocking Inside Story of Bali's Most Notorious Jail
This book is a real eye opener to what lies behind the almost perfect perception of Bali as the Epitome of Tropical Island Paradises. Hotel Kerobokan is a powerful and somewhat disturbing insight into the Hell-On-Earth that is the Kerobokan Maximum-Security Prison - one of the world's worst penitentiaries, where Murderers are allowed out for Saturday Night Entertainment on the Town, whilst less fortunate inmates are kept in filthy, disease-ridden conditions with up to twenty-five prisoners sharing a tiny cage-like cell - if you don't have the means to play the crooked Balinese System. For Money Talks at Hotel K, and anything can be obtained here if the Price is Right: from cell upgrades to medication, Pizza delivered by the corrupt and sadistic guards, drugs and prostitutes, days out to the beach, or even ten years taken off your sentence. Psychopaths and Murderers guard the other prisoners, whilst Western Drug Dealers are paraded in front of Journalists in choreographed Media PR Stunts. Minutely researched, each story cross-referenced from several sources, Hotel K takes you on a Hellish Tour of Kerobokan as seen through the eyes of several prisoners. Bonella went to the prison twice a day for a number of years to research this enthralling book, mingling with Killers and seeing drunk and stoned prisoners on a daily basis and viewing first hand sex in the Visiting Rooms, and from her efforts has created a fascinating, gripping and well researched read. I read it through in one sitting and just couldn't put it down, enjoying it as much as I enjoyed Henri Charrière's `Papillon'. Now I can't wait to get my hands on Bonella's latest book, `Snowing in Bali'. 10 /10 for its shocking raw brilliance.
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A brilliant read. The book paints a breathtaking picture of the situation within the prison walls of Kerobokan, with abundant use of drugs, abuse, sex,torture and corruption. It gives a bigger picture of the drug trade in Indonesia, and South East Asia on the whole. A stark contrast of the beauty of the country,the underlying scourge of drugs and those trapped in between.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hotel Kerokoban 11. März 2013
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Hotel Kerobokan is a thought-provoking story of the many accounts of Kerobokan prisoners. Kathryn Bonella is able to intricately weave through the many fascinating and surprising events that have taken place at the notorious prison. Hotel Kerobokan was well written, and maintained an exciting pace the whole way through. In my opinion a fantastic read, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning about what it is like to be prisoner in a 3rd world country.
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