Shadab Ahmad Ahmad itibaren Texas
An amazing graphic novel about a young girl's experience of the revolution in Iran.
Major consent issues, but otherwise entertaining.
It will make you think about your own relationship--how well you really know the other person, how well the other person knows you.
I was intrigued by this book, and once I started reading it, could hardly put it down. The subject is at times unsettling and grim, but I learned so much. I had hoped that the author would discuss more what the loss of 620,000 men did to their generation and the nation as a whole in the years after the war, but perhaps that's a topic for another book. In the same way that the country wasn't prepared for full scale war, it wasn't prepared for the incomprehensible numbers of casualties. Ways had to be found to deal with the wounded, identify the dead, and for the first time, the national responsibility to whose who serve was recognized.