I read this book in one day, I stayed up all night until finish.
In "Maus," Art Spiegelman uses the graphic novel format to catalogue the events of that experience in a way that is both engaging and poignant.
It was gritty and poignant to read about his father Vladek Spiegelman's experience as a Polish Jew and a Holocaust survivor at Auschwitz.
I'm an absolute layman when it comes to graphic novels. So this was hard to adapt to, especially because Spiegelman's drawing is quite particular and has something... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Marc L
An honest, and heart-breakingly detailed account of survival and loss during the Holocaust. The author does not go lightly, and passages within the concentration camps will bring... Read morePublished 18 days ago by JENNIFER L HERCHENROEDER
The description says parts 1 and 2. The book I recieved only has part 2 and the first 10 pages of the book repeat. NOT satisfied with purchase would like to return.Published 27 days ago by La Che Wiggins