A novel about silence, tinged with the fantastic, The Country Will Bring Us No Peace sneaks the brutality of grief into your imagination Simon and Marie can't seem to have a baby. And so they flee the city for an idyllic village, where things will certainly be better. But the town is gloomy, even hostile - things haven't been the same since the factory closed down and a broadcast antenna was erected. Now there are no birds singing, and people have started disappearing.
Matthieu Simard is a prolific French writer, whose first three novels led to La Presse calling him "one of the most promising authors of his generation." He is the author of six novels, one of which was a finalist for a Governor General's Literary Award for children's literature.