Jeremy James, Founding Member of the Long Riders’ Guild, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and author of Saddletramp.
"As its remarkable author frankly tells us, Khyber Knights is fictional in its framework but based upon hard fact and actual events. And what a tale it is. We can learn from this book, one of the greatest I have ever read. It is a book that one would not want to live without."
John Rodenbeck, Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature, American University, Cairo.
"Khyber Knights is an epic account of one of the most extraordinary adventures ever taken on horseback."
Nick Smith, Explorers’ Club Editor and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
"Political analysts will immensely benefit from the author’s first hand experience and incisive study of a complex period in our nation’s history."
Dr. Maleelia Lodhi, Ambassador of Pakistan.
"I spent the last two days reading Khyber Knights. I couldn’t put the book down and now that I have read the last sentences I feel orphaned."
Arita Baaijens, Dutch explorer, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and author of Desert Songs.
"You emerge from the book shaken, albeit the wiser in many aspects of the hardiness of equestrian long distance riding and of human folly in general. Of course Jack London could do it in his time, but CuChullaine O'Reilly has shown us it can still be done in our day."
Bjarke Rink, author of The Centaur Legacy.
"Kipling would have loved Khyber Knights."
Derek O’Connor, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and author of The King’s Stranger.
"Khyber Knights is a real life thriller. Once you start the adventure you won’t be able to get off."
Dr. Amjad Hussain, author of The Taliban and Beyond.
"An important and courageous work of a time and place that has since melted into the past."
Alistair Carr, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and author of The Singing Bowl, Journeys through Inner Asia.