(Erik Møller Solheim - Medforfatter)
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On 22 July 2011, Adrian Pracon (21), a Norwegian-Pole and member of Labour Youth, found himself face-to-face with Anders Behring Breivik on Utøya. Pracon begs for his life, but knows deep in his heart that he will die. For a couple of slow seconds he waits for the shot that is to end his life. But … LES MER the mass murderer lowers his weapon, turns and walks away. We will probably never learn why Adrian was allowed to live, while so many others were mercilessly denied. But we realise how fateful this moment was: the encounter between someone who had just decided to take active part in society and another, who had devoted ten years of his life to plan a brutal attack on it. This is Adrian's unambiguous message from his hospital bed: no act of terror, however brutal, is going to weaken his commitment. By telling his story, Pracon wants to make this commitment of his widely known and to honour his friend, who died because they passionately shared it. 'Of the many books about July 22nd this is the one dearest to my heart.' Aftenposten 'This is a very good book, and so well-written.' Dagbladet LES MINDRE
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