After 52 days as a voluntary homeless person on television, Petter Nyquist became the country's most famous homeless individual. But his commitment to the most vulnerable in society did not stop there. The city he became acquainted with and the people he met changed his life.
In the book, we get to know the proud =Oslo vendor Morten, who has received a loan for the first time and bought an apartment. We meet the recovering alcoholic Ann Helen and her son Mikael, who has just completed treatment and stays drug-free through music. And Wivian, who herself lost her daughter to an overdose and every Tuesday travels to Oslo to cook dinner for the people on the street.