Redmond O'Hanlon

Redmond O'Hanlon is a British author known for his travel writing and his adventurous spirit. He has written several acclaimed books that blend natural history with personal narrative, often exploring remote and challenging environments.


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  1. 1. Into The Heart Of Borneo

    The book is an enthralling travelogue that recounts the daring journey of two adventurers as they embark on an expedition into the dense rainforests of Borneo. With a blend of humor and erudition, the narrative captures their encounters with the island's unique wildlife, challenging terrain, and the indigenous Dayak people, whose customs and way of life are as intriguing as the natural wonders surrounding them. The travelers face numerous hardships and moments of awe, providing a vivid account of their quest to reach the center of one of the world's last great wildernesses.

    The 3688th Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. No Mercy

    The book is a riveting travelogue that follows the author's harrowing journey into the depths of the Congo Basin, seeking to uncover the truth behind the legends of a dinosaur-like creature said to inhabit the region. Accompanied by a motley crew of scientists and adventurers, the author battles the relentless forces of nature, encounters a myriad of dangerous wildlife, and grapples with the psychological strains induced by the harsh and unpredictable environment. The narrative is as much an exploration of the human spirit and the bonds formed in extreme circumstances as it is a quest for a mythical beast, all told with a blend of humor, vivid description, and keen anthropological insight.

    The 6720th Greatest Book of All Time
  3. 3. In Trouble Again

    "In Trouble Again" is a thrilling adventure narrative that takes the reader through the author's perilous journey into the Amazon jungle. The author, along with his eccentric travel companions, embarks on this expedition to find the indigenous Yanomami tribe, known for their violent tendencies. The book is filled with humor, danger, and fascinating insights into the customs, beliefs, and daily life of the Yanomami people, providing an engaging and unique perspective on one of the world's most remote regions.

    The 10087th Greatest Book of All Time