The Country Will Bring Us No Peace (Paperback)
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.
About the Author
Pablo Strauss grew up in British Columbia and now makes his home in Quebec City. He has translated several works of fiction from Quebec, including David Turgeon's The Supreme Orchestra and Maxime Ray-mond Bock's Baloney.