Silence: In the Age of Noise (Hardback)Erling Kagge (author)
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What is silence? Where can it be found? Why is it more important than ever?
Norwegian explorer Erling Kagge once spent fifty days walking solo across Antarctica, his radio broken. In this charming, quietly life-changing book - now an international publishing phenomenon - he takes us on a journey to unlock the power of silence.
He shows us how to find perfect silence in our daily lives, however busy we are.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 289 g
Dimensions: 175 x 125 x 13 mm
"As an explorer Erling Kagge is world class; as a writer he is equally gifted. This breathtaking, inspiring little book teaches us how to find precious moments of silence - whether we are crossing the Antarctic, climbing Everest, or on the train at rush hour." - Sir Ranulph Fiennes
"Silence braces a space within which we can hear ourselves think. Quietly, wisely, it makes a case for dumbing the din of modern life, and learning to listen again. Drawing on the experiences of Kagge's extraordinary life in wild places, this is a book of great concentration." - Robert Macfarlane
"Erling Kagge is a philosophical adventurer - or perhaps an adventurous philosopher." - New York Times
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