In the time of madness is a superb and at times troubling account of a period in indonesias history during the late 1990s it covers three different periods across three different parts of this massively diverse country and dispels any notion that this country is in anyway a homogenised conglomeration of peoples. A book of hair raising immediacy and a riveting account of a voyage into the abyss in the time of madness is an accomplishment in the great tradition of conrad orwell and ryszard kapuscinski read more read less. A book of hair raising immediacy and psychological unravelling in the time of madness is an accomplishment in the great tradition of conrad orwell and ryszard kapuscinski publishers weekly sep 5 2005. In the time of madness was published in 2005 as well as presenting an eye witness account of the events leading up to and following the end of the suharto regime it also dramatised the personal crisis of a young reporter lloyd parry facing the perils and excitements of death and violence lloyd parry began visiting indonesia in the late 1990s and witnessed much of the violence that preceded and followed the fall of suharto including headhunting and cannibalism on the island . In the time of madness in the time of madness is arguably the most compelling book written about indonesia in the late 20th century british correspondent richard lloyd parry brings the roiling turmoil of the era to life with his snappy but sensitive reportage browse titles by subject matter
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