Review: AUSCHWITZ by Pascal Croci

auschwitz-graphic-novelGail from Ticket to Anywhere recently posted a review of the graphic novel Auschwitz by Pascal Croci.  Here’s an excerpt:

I stumbled across Auschwitz by Pascal Croci when I was looking for the next volume of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series at my local library. I picked this up because I thought that the graphic novel format was a different way to approach the story of the Holocaust. I found this book to be a confusing narrative, it starts in 1993 Czechoslovakia with two holocaust survivors (a husband & wife) hiding out in a bomb torn building. Its there that they each tell their story of their experiences while imprisoned in Auschwitz so many years before. What follows are two graphic stories with some impressive gray scale drawings.

Read the entire review here.


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