Powerful story told through the eyes of the cartoonist son of his father who tries to survive WWII. The family is Jewish and the story is of their lives before WWII and the Nazi takeover of Germany to the time the man and his wife are separated at Auschwitz.
It is a hard story to hear how the survivors made it through and what they did to survive. Done though graphic novel format does not lessen the horrors or the fear. Going between the past and today, the story shows the contrast between the generations of survivors and their offspring. It shows how those experiences continued to influence the present life for those who made it.
This is not a book that will be left behind. I will remember it. I also want to read part 2.