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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - michellebarton - LibraryThing
I was fascinated by this tale of Redmond O'Hanlon's treck through the Congo in search of a prehistoric beast purported to be still living deep in the jungle. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MarkBeronte - LibraryThing
Lit with humor, full of African birdsong and told with great narrative force, No Mercy is the magnum opus of "probably the finest writer of travel books in the English language," as Bill Bryson wrote ... Read full review