Evgeny Genov Genov từ Los Piches, Nicaragua
Maus I: A Survivor's Tale: My Father Bleeds History by Art Spiegelman is a memoir portrayed in the eyes of a Holocaust survivor’s son. His son (turned comic book artist) has taken it upon himself to interview his father in the hopes of recounting the horrific event that transpired during Hitler’s Nazi regime. Art also give us a view of his turbulent relationship with his father. A man who dishes out judgment and has no compassion, but is understood to be the way his is because of the great loose he had to face earlier in his life like the loss of his first born and his beloved wife. This book is an easy read but compelling as any other 200 page book. It gives us slight humor with an array of vivid information. People who would be interested in such a book are the people who find the stories of such survivor captivation. You will enjoy this book if you are aware of the genocide that occurred in the early 1900’s. Other people who would like this book are those related to people who have been affected both directly and indirectly. Personally this book touched a cored with me. I can’t wait to read the second part of it. The Holocaust has always been of great interest to me. It has shaped the way I look at humanity as a hole. As a human race we’ve learned to hate the differences between each other.
Sookie /finally/ gets in over her head with the supernatural world. I think this book necessitates a good deal of either internal character conflict and/or character change. Not really sure, how she didn't see some of the things coming. I am also not sure I liked some of the things that happened in the book... Still a great read.
I liked this one much better than the Davinci Code.