Now in available in paperback, Silence in The Age Of Noise is a wonderful reflection on the benefits of the peace of nature from the buzzing modern world.
Internationally-renowned traveller Erling Kagge writes an exquisite personal account in this collection of memoirs. Erling once spent 50 fifty days walking alone in Antarctica, and was the first person in history to conquer the ‘three poles’ - North, South and Mount Everest. Following in the styles of Robert McFarlane and Alain de Botton, Kagges allows us not to forget our love of nature within the silent parts of our world.
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