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.
In this holocaust tale, we have a story of love, friendship, father and son, family, survival, and most of all, the holocaust.
I love the story anyway, but this edition is really nice quality. It isn't uncomfortably large for reading and the binding is very sturdy. It feels good in your hands.Published 4 days ago by Shanna
The art in this book is just simply amazing. The ink in the full copy is a little darker than the copies that are divided into two, so you miss a few small details but other than... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Lylaoceanpico
I was surprised to find this in a comic book format, but quickly became a fan of how Spiegelman used this to draw me even further into the story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SeanO
One of the best comics I ever read. It is beautifully drawn and the hystorical part is just shocking, but the way it is put together is even better.Published 1 month ago by 51napse