2016 Stillhet i støyens tid
 
“Whenever I am unable to walk, climb or sail away from the world, I have learned to shut it out. Learning this took time. Only when I first understood that I had a primal need for silence, was I able to begin my search for it — and there, deep beneath a cacophony of traffic noise and thoughts, music and machinery, i-phones and snowploughs, it lay in wait for me. The silence.”
The author poses three questions: What is silence? Where can it be found? Why is it more important now than ever? What follows in his book are 33 attempts to answer the questions.
A personal, charming and significant book on a topic that powerfully addresses our modern times. Erling Kagge uses his extraordinary experiences to approach silence.
“Shutting out the world is not about turning your back on your surroundings, but rather the opposite: it is seeing the world more clearly, maintaining your direction and taking a stab at loving your life.”


Utländska förlag:
Brazil (Companhia das Letras/Penguin Random House), Denmark (Peoples Press), Finland (Gummerus), France (Flammarion), Germany (Suhrkamp), Greece (Patakis), Hungary (Park Kiado), Israel (Modan), Italy (Einaudi Stile libero), Japan (Tatsumi Publishing)
Japan (Tatsumi Publishing), Latvia (JSC Lauku Avīze), Lithuania (Alma Littera Group), The Netherlands (A.W. Bruna), Poland (Muza), Portugal (Quetzal), Russia (Alpina), South Korea (Minumsa),
Spain (World Spanish: Penguin Random House Mondadori, Catalan: Edicions 62), Sweden (Wahlström & Widstrand), Taiwan (Locus), UK (Viking Penguin), USA (Knopf Random House), North-America, French rights (Guy Saint Jean)