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Dwight Garner…[Garret Keizer's] shrewd new book…explores the social aspects of noise in our lives, and every page is packed with crackling observations.
—The New York Times
In a journey that leads us from the Tanzanian veldt to the streets of New York, Keizer deftly explores the political ramifications of noise, America’s central role in a loud world, and the environmental sustainability of a quieter one. The result is a deeply satisfying book—one guaranteed to change how we hear the world, and how we measure our own personal volume within it.