The book was fantastic the first time I read it and even better the second time (when I read it again).
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 order this book because it was required for one of my classes. To be honest I'm not a nerdy reader, I only read instructional books of my interest and topics that I like, and it... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Denisse
What can I add that hasn't already been stated by others? 5-stars.Published 2 months ago by James Kennedy
One of the most powerful and memorable graphic novels I have ever read. This will be my third copy, the previous two copies were both loaned out, and you know how that goes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrew
I just re-read this after a decade and it is every bit as compelling and amazing as I remember. Spiegelman's story, told in graphic form, is as beautiful as it is unsettling. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Katharine A. Owens
When they say this is one of the best comic books ever, they really mean it's one of the best. I happen to agree putting this right up there with Watchmen and Sandman. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Morgan Floyd
First, the quality of the book itself was great. Solid feeling binding and smooth pages.
Second, they story really is truly powerful and does a great job of showing how... Read more