Congo Journey

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Penguin Books Limited, Feb 24, 2005 - Travel - 480 pages
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Combining the acute observation of a nineteenth-century missionary, and the wit of a Monty Python player, Redmond O'Hanlon is famous for his adventurous travel. His new challenge is the Congo, the most dangerous and inhospitable jungle in the world.

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Review: No Mercy: A Journey to the Heart of the Congo

User Review  - Scott Munden - Goodreads

Redmond O'Hanlon is a travel writer and humourist in the tradition of the quirky Englishman abroad. “No Mercy: A Journey Into the Heart of the Congo” is a humourous book although not the sort of gut ... Read full review

Review: No Mercy: A Journey to the Heart of the Congo

User Review  - Mary Licking - Goodreads

The detail included for each setting in the Congo the author encounters is both the strength and a weakness. Provides a great look at '90s condition of the country and what the author sees from his ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Redmond O'Hanlon lives in Oxfordshire. He is the author of INTO THE HEART OF BORNEO and IN TROUBLE AGAIN.

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