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Publication Date: Apr 7, 2020

432 pp

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List Price US: $6.99

ISBN: 978-1-892746-53-5

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ISBN: 978-1-892746-77-1

Trim Size: 5.99 x 8.95 x 0.86 in.

And Their Children After Them

A Novel

“A portrait of teenagers growing up in a forgotten, hopeless region of France in the 1990s…Mathieu’s book has been acclaimed in France for shining a light on a forgotten part of the country…[he has] received domestic acclaim and international attention for writing about working-class youth.” —New York Times

“Mathieu’s stunning, bittersweet Prix Goncourt–winning English debut…will enrapture readers and appeal to fans of Édouard Louis.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Mathieu captures the vulnerability and awkwardness of adolescence with painful acuity…A gritty, expansive coming-of-age novel filled with sex and violence that manages to be tender, even wryly hopeful.” —Kirkus Reviews

“As anguished as it is elegiac, as universal as it is grounded in the vivid particularities of its setting—1990s Rust Belt France—And Their Children After Them evokes the beautiful, miserable, longing-plagued experience of being an adolescent as pointedly and powerfully as any novel published since The Virgin Suicides.” —Adam Levin, author of Bubblegum and The Instructions

“This is an important book, whose characters stay with us long after the last pages have been turned…it gives us the keys to better understand the extent of the current rejection of our political and economic elites.” —Libération

“Sensitive and apt. A magnificent chronicle.” —Le Monde des livres

“By focusing on the margins of society, Nicolas Mathieu sees what the tinkerers of comforting literature miss.” —Le Figaro

“A great novel. At once genuine, profound, and beautiful.” —Le Canard Enchaîné