"The book is a most recommendable piece for readers who are not yet familiar with the massacre of 1965 as well as for those who have already studied the tragedy. The personal accounts render the traumatic incidents an intimate sharing of emotions, but above this personal level, Marching’s distinct analytical approach is a masterful study that indeed symbolises an End of Silence."
- Claudia Derichs, International Quarterly for Asian Studies (2020)
"A rich and fascinating account of first-hand experience with the anti-communist mass killings and their devastating long-term impact on Indonesian society"
- Clemens Six, newbooks.asia (2018)
"Marching hopes this collection of victims’ accounts will help prevent the destruction of memories of 1965-1966. Her closing words reflect exactly my own estimation of her work: "This book has given the space for the survivors and their families to challenge the chronic stigma maintained by the perpetrators and their cronies: it is time to end the silence.""
- Mike Coppin, Asia Pacific Focus (2017)