|Lagerstatus||Sendes i løpet av 2-3 arbeidsdager|
|Forlag||Cappelen Damm AS|
A vulnerable college pupil hides during the breaks, even inside rubbish bins. She wants nothing except to escape being bullied - pushed in front of the school bus, ignored, picked on. No one intervenes to help her, the school turns its back on her. The authorities don't want to know about bullying within their non-bullying organisation.
Over the last decade, Frank Ertesvåg has written some 100 articles about bullying in the popular paper VG. Now, in this book, he describes with great directness how life appears to a victim of bullying who has endured it from childhood, through the sensitive teens and until today, when she is a young adult. Observing her story from Aya Sofie's point of view, the book offers thoughts on why some become bullies, other supporters or passive bystanders - and what happens to the young victim of the torment.