About 52 People
“My best friend died a stranger to me”
He was the best man at his wedding and gave the eulogy at his funeral, yet, author Jayson Krause experienced the crushing realization that he knew very little about who his best friend was. This led to a passionate year long quest in search of meaningful connection.
Adventurous, courageous and revealing, Krause tackles the myths of social connection and approaches random strangers from across the world in attempt to find the hidden answers. 52 People takes readers to the daring place of real connection and offers a compelling and urgent way of thinking about relationships and life.
Winner of the First Horizon Award from The Eric Hoffer Book Awards in New Jersey, USA. The First Horizon award is awarded for superior work by debut authors. The Eric Hoffer Awards receives over one thousand entries each year from around the world. 52 People – Connecting with life through strangers was also named on of 20 finalists for the Montaigne Medal which is awarded to the most thought-provoking title(s). These are books that either illuminate, progress, or redirect thought.
“This book will move you to examine your own relationships in a new and hopeful light.”
- David Irvine, Author of ‘Becoming Real: Journey To Authenticity’ and
‘Simple Living In A Complex World’
“52 People takes us back to what it is to be human.”
- Karen Kimsey-House, CEO and co-founder of The Coaches Training Institute
San Rafael, California
“Powerful stories about the intimate questions of our lives.”
- Paul Loeb, Author, Soul of a Citizen
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