A Gecko for Luck
18 years in Indonesia
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The author has spent 18 years in Indonesia and helped the young independent country in its development and construction on the sectors of telecommunications, electrotechnical and solar power engineering. Amusing and interesting events from his private and professional life during those years make this book historically interesting and also humorous reading for anyone who is interested in getting to know Indonesia off the beaten tourist track.
The author and his famliy had tokeks in both their house in Jakarta and their weekend home in Carita. He often has heard nine successive calls, and the prophecy was fulfilled: Indonesia has brought the author luck and happiness.
Indonesia di Mata Orang JermanTempo
(...)"A Gecko for Luck" presents the facts clearly and assertively and asks it readers to imagine a bright future for Indonesia. It is investigative and serious, but at the same time raw and playful. It's a pleasure to hear another side of the story."
(...)While reading the book, the reader inevitably feels that the writer not only became a connoisseur of Indonesia after 18 years of staying here, but that he also developed a deep attachment to the country. Thus the book is not only worth to be read if one has recently come to Indonesia and started working here, just as Horst Geerken did. Even those who are already well-acqainted with the country will enjoy reading this book since they will rediscover much that they already know.(...)
German book shed lights on Indonesia's dark momentJakarta Post
(...)"A Gecko for Luck" presents the facts clearly and assertively and asks it readers to imagine a bright future for Indonesia. It is investigative and serious, but at the same time raw and playful. (...)It's a pleasure to hear another side of the story."