Congo Journey

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Penguin, 2008 - Congo (Brazzaville) - 463 pages
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Redmond O'Hanlon's Congo Journeyis a hilarious and daring trip into the heart of darkness. Striking out for the Marxist-Leninist People's Republic of Congo, O'Hanlon takes an unsuspecting friend to hidden Lake T l in search of Moh l -mbembe, the rarely seen Congo dinosaur. But what they find is not quite what they went looking for, making CongoJourneya brilliant tale of a naturalist utterly out of his depth.

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Terrific stuff loooked forward to reading it,when i got home.

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About the author (2008)

Redmond O'Hanlon is an explorer in the nineteenth-century mould. In addition to his bestselling travel books, Into the Heart Of Borneo, In Trouble Again, Congo Journeyand Trawler, he has published scholarly works on nineteenth-century science and literature. For fifteen years he was the natural history editor of The Times Supplement. He lives outside Oxford with his wife and children.

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