Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent is a travel writer with a particular penchant for travelling alone through remote regions. She's sweated through the jungles of Borneo, driven across China's Gobi desert in a small pink tuk tuk, attempted to reach the Siberian Arctic on a clapped out Russian motorcycle, explored the remains of the Ho Chi Minh Trail and travelled across the remote North-East Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh.
To date she has written threebooks, Tuk Tuk to the Road (the Friday Project, 2007) and A Short Ride in the Jungle (Summersdale, 2014). Dervla Murphy said of the latter that she 'enormously enjoyed every page' while Ted Simon called it 'truly wonderful - a book after my own heart.'
Antonia's third book, Land of the Dawn-Lit Mountains, about Arunachal Pradesh, was published by Simon & Schuster in 2017.
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Represented by: Imogen Pelham
Land of the Dawn-Lit Mountains (2017, Simon & Schuster)
A Short Ride in the Jungle (2014, Summersdale)
Tuk Tuk to the Road (2007, The Friday Project)