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No More Tomorrows: The Compelling True Story of an Innocent Woman Sentenced to Twenty Years in a Hellhole Bali Prison Paperback – 5 Jun 2008

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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Mainstream Publishing (5 Jun. 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1845963865
  • ISBN-13: 978-1845963866
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.5 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,203 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Book Description

A dramatic first-hand account of the horror of false imprisonment

About the Author

Schapelle Corby was born in 1977 in Queensland, Australia. She was imprisoned in May 2005 and is serving her sentence in Bali's Kerobokan Prison. Her current release date is in 2024.

Kathryn Bonella first got involved in Schapelle Corby's story in 2004, while working as a producer for Australia's 60 Minutes show. In 2005, Kathryn moved to Bali to work with Schapelle on this book.


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What a read. I could not put this book down once I started reading it. Its the true story of a young girl caught with drugs on her at the airport. She has no knowledge of the drugs but is found guilty and sentenced to 20 years in a Bali prison. The story of her survival in the prison is captivating and the reader must make up their own mind whether Schapelle Corby is innocent or not. I was so taken with her story I wanted to find out more information as she has now spent more than 6 years in the most difficult circumstances. It is a compelling read and also makes you want to find out how Schapelle is coping. More information can be found on the internet.
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I couldn't put this book down from the minute I recieved it. I had previously read some of the information about Schapelle online, but wasn't too sure about any real details.

Although some of these type of books go on about the author telling you how innocent they were, this book contains much more information surrounding the structure of the Balienese legal system (or lack of it), and the court proceedings.

Through it all my heart just went out to this woman who is left rotting away in hell for 20 years of her life.

I would highly recomend this book to anyone who is thinking about taking time out to travel.
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I was hooked with this book from the very minute I started reading! The complete horror that this poor girl has had to endure has definitely left a mark on me! I will never, ever trust Airport Security ever again with my baggage and will always insist I get luggage with no outside opening compartments and I will always purchase padlocks!!!!
This story of Schapelle Corby is so heart breaking, it had me in tears!!! not just for her, but for her poor family!
This was a book I could not put down, and found myself making excuses not to go out anywhere or do anything, as I was constantly glued to the book!
As I neared the end, I was getting more and more frustrated for poor Schapelle as she kept coming and going to court and waiting on news that I almost felt I was taking the journey beside her!
However, as the pages neared the end, I was looking forward to hearing some good news would happen to her and was completely shocked to the core when I continued reading only to discover that she is still suffering in that hell hole prison today!!
and what for???? INNOCENCE! This is without doubt, the best book and also the worst book I have ever read.
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Reading this book I actually didn't know Schapelle was still in prison until I got further in the book...I couldn't belive it, I thought I would get to a happy ending.

I read this book within an evening it was so gripping. I so want to believe she is innocent, but 1 problem for me that sticks in my mind is that surely she would of felt the difference in how much her boogie board weighed as 9.3lb is not far off a stone...I can't believe that she did not notice this and it makes me question her story.

One thing I found annoying is all the photos she supplied in the book she is smiling..The photo in which she says the guards brought in the reporters and let them take pictures, she said she was mortified and embarrassed, it doesn't look like that to me. She mentions alot of times how she has to have her hair and make up done - if I was going through what she was I wouldn't give a damn about beauty, but proving my innocence.

All that said, I do believe how her case has been handled is terrible - just damn right wrong. Her lawyers were useless and did nothing for her...Why she stuck with them so long I can't understand. She doesn't explain why either...That Lara (?) lawyer was always texting, not saying anything, crying all the time - surely after the 1st court appearance you would of sacked her straight away.

I really do hope she is innocent and that when I search her name in google soemtime next year it will say she has been freed, because even I have doubts about her story, she has fought too damn hard to stay a prisoner until 2024.
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The book tells of the travesty that has been committed and still is being committed, against an innocent woman. It is heartbreaking and is not meant to be entertaining or easy to read. The reason why Schapelle is smiling in the pictures is because she is brave, and the reason why she refers to herself as 'celebrity prisoner' is that that is what the media named her after hounding her into a prison toilet to photograph her. She is innocent and she is in prison - this is wrong!!!
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I was glad to later find out that Schapelle was released and can leave Bali in 2017. It was an interesting insight into a young woman's life. Sad to think that other people who hid contraband in her bag were not caught. Also bad that all the evidence was destroyed and that the airlines did not have secure systems in place. Nine years is a very long time to be imprisoned in a third world jail when you didn't commit the crime. Also quite shocking that the Bali bombers got let off so lightly. It seems that Indonesian justice system is quite crazy.
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An utterly compelling read. A real page turner from the minute I started to read the book, I simply could not put it down. It was heartbreaking, distressing and certainly not an easy read. Its one of those stories you cant get out your head, a story that continually stays with you - and I really felt quite compelled to research further after reading the book. Whether Schapelle is innocent or guilty (you have to make your own mind up but my feelings are that she is innocent), she never received a fair trail in Bali, she was stripped of her human rights, crucial evidence that could have proved her innocence was dismissed and even destroyed. There is alot more to this story than is in the book if you do care to research which is shocking, meanwhile Schapelle has been sentenced to 20 years in a hellhole Bali prison, now seriously ill and at serious risk of dying (so I have read). My heart bleeds for this young beautiful woman. I hope she can somehow find the stength to carry on and know that there are people all over the world who believe in her innocence. What an appauling heartbreaking tragedy. Do read her story.
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