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Publisher Description

THE NO.1 BESTSELLER, FULLY REVISED AND UPDATED SINCE HER RELEASE AND RETURN HOME.

Schapelle Corby walked out of Kerobokan Prison in 2014, leaving behind a dark hellhole of violence, corruption and squalor, and straight into a global media circus.

She had been Hotel K's most famous inmate.

Schapelle was a 27-year-old beauty-school student when, in 2004, Bali customs officers found 4.2 kilograms of marijuana in her boogie-board bag. She was convicted of a crime she still vehemently denies committing.

She spent ten years in Hotel K, where she survived unimaginable horrors, corrupt guards, degrading conditions and abuse at the hands of other prisoners, but also, amazingly, found the love of her life - a love that still burns strong.

In this revised and updated edition of My Story, first published in 2006, Schapelle describes her descent into madness and finding her way back, the chaos of her release, the trials of surviving outside on parole and, eventually, her dramatic return to Australia, all the while hounded mercilessly by the media.

This is the first time since 2006 that Schapelle has spoken, driven by a determination to show she has emerged, scarred, but with her dignity, humour and courage intact.

Written with bestselling author Kathryn Bonella, this is a deeply unsettling but utterly compelling tale of what should have been a holiday in paradise but instead turned into 13 years of living hell. You won't be able to put it down.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2019
29 October
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
336
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pan Macmillan Australia
SELLER
Macmillan Publishers Australia and Pan Macmillan Australia
SIZE
18.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Isla Whitney ,

Kathryn Bonella books are amazing

I’m not sure what order you’re meant to read them but my first was Snowing in Bali then Hotel Kerobokan and then Operation Playboy last month. I’m not usually much of a reader but I can’t put her books down. This new Shapelle book got me hooked from page 1. Kathryn has a way of writing that makes you feel like you’re right there and know the people Please keep them coming.