This is a very beautiful environmental book and definitely is one that I highly recommend for everyone to read.
This book reads too much like an unedited introspective personal journal filled with unnecessary details and sidebars that add nothing to the progression of his story.
Once you've read "One Square Inch of Silence," you'll become much more aware of all the unwanted noise around you that we've all come to take for granted.
Fascinating. You'll learn so much about sound, your hearing and ears that we take for granted.Published 1 month ago by Patrick George
Mr. Hempton makes this subject interesting. I was concerned before I ordered the book that it might be a bit bland. Not so!Published 1 month ago by William McDonald
I love the basic theme of this book, the importance of both quiet and silence, but I found the approach narrow and unimaginative, and overly directed at the areas which are already... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Green Stone
An important and enjoyable read. Hempton's book serves as a big reminder about an earth that was once known but has since been subject to a barrage of human industry. Read morePublished 16 months ago by M. Lees
i enjoyed a library copy of this one so bought a copy as a for my brother my to enjoyedPublished 19 months ago by matt cowick
I have all of his published recordings. As a person who sits 1-2 hours a day in meditation I appreciate the time and thoughtfulness behind his sound portraits of nature. Read morePublished on February 28, 2013 by Beau Gustafson
I ordered this book for my daughter because I had heard the main author in an interview on NPR " Fresh Air. Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Jo Ann N. Nelson
This is an interesting and enlightening book concept-wise. If nothing else, it inspired me to set it down a few times and actually listen to my environment for a few minutes at a... Read morePublished on January 19, 2012 by S. Rudge