Gods and Demons Deborah Cassrels

Gods and Demons

Author: Deborah Cassrels
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Book Title
Gods and Demons
Author
Deborah Cassrels
ISBN
9780733338908
Behind the tourist veneer of Bali and greater Indonesia: a foreign correspondent's memoir In 2006, journalist Deborah Cassrels embarked on a personal odyssey to the Indonesian island of Bali. She was quickly enchanted by everything that most tourists find - its beauty, easy lifestyle, exotic culture, stunning beaches and striking landscapes.Three years later she moved there and became The Australian newspaper's first Bali-based correspondent, covering events throughout Indonesia. Peeling back the tourist veneer, Cassrels soon found herself caught up in a tapestry of beauty, mystery, power, corruption and violence.From the newly jailed, reeling Bali Nine drug gang and the gruesome executions of their condemned bosses, to stories of shackled people, infamous terrorists, powerful tycoons and lavish royal celebrations, Cassrels reveals a hidden side to the mystical Hindu paradise and vast Indonesian archipelago in which all is not as it seems.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Deborah CassrelsPublisher: ABC BooksPublished: 10/05/2021ISBN: 9780733338908Pages: 346Weight: 0.97lbsSize: 9.20h x 6.00w x 1.10d
Behind the tourist veneer of Bali and greater Indonesia: a foreign correspondent's memoir

In 2006, journalist Deborah Cassrels embarked on a personal odyssey to the Indonesian island of Bali. She was quickly enchanted by everything that most tourists find - its beauty, easy lifestyle, exotic culture, stunning beaches and striking landscapes.

Three years later she moved there and became The Australian newspaper's first Bali-based correspondent, covering events throughout Indonesia. Peeling back the tourist veneer, Cassrels soon found herself caught up in a tapestry of beauty, mystery, power, corruption and violence.

From the newly jailed, reeling Bali Nine drug gang and the gruesome executions of their condemned bosses, to stories of shackled people, infamous terrorists, powerful tycoons and lavish royal celebrations, Cassrels reveals a hidden side to the mystical Hindu paradise and vast Indonesian archipelago in which all is not as it seems.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Deborah Cassrels
Publisher: ABC Books
Published: 10/05/2021
ISBN: 9780733338908
Pages: 346
Weight: 0.97lbs
Size: 9.20h x 6.00w x 1.10d
Behind the tourist veneer of Bali and greater Indonesia: a foreign correspondent's memoir

In 2006, journalist Deborah Cassrels embarked on a personal odyssey to the Indonesian island of Bali. She was quickly enchanted by everything that most tourists find - its beauty, easy lifestyle, exotic culture, stunning beaches and striking landscapes.

Three years later she moved there and became The Australian newspaper's first Bali-based correspondent, covering events throughout Indonesia. Peeling back the tourist veneer, Cassrels soon found herself caught up in a tapestry of beauty, mystery, power, corruption and violence.

From the newly jailed, reeling Bali Nine drug gang and the gruesome executions of their condemned bosses, to stories of shackled people, infamous terrorists, powerful tycoons and lavish royal celebrations, Cassrels reveals a hidden side to the mystical Hindu paradise and vast Indonesian archipelago in which all is not as it seems.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Deborah Cassrels
Publisher: ABC Books
Published: 10/05/2021
ISBN: 9780733338908
Pages: 346
Weight: 0.97lbs
Size: 9.20h x 6.00w x 1.10d