The story and art were very dark, but humorous as well.
I think this would be a good book for a teenager to read to understand what life would be like in the U.S. without our personal freedoms.
All in all, to those looking for a great political and graphic novel to read, I highly recommend these books.
This book was our book group selection for March 29, 2015 and was also selected by the Anchorage Community as one of our annual “book reads”. Read morePublished 1 day ago by W. Jamison
Read it. Give it as a gift.
Teenage angst, history, beautiful drawings, the complexity of human nature.
I read the book when I was 13 and it themes and concepts are compelling, it takes history through the personal views of a young Iranian woman going through the difficulties in home... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Peder Scott Sorensen
Graphic novel we read in middle eastern history class. I thought it was well worth the read and the essays that came along with it.Published 1 month ago by Dantise