Thoughts on “The Complete Persepolis” by Marjane Satrapi

I haven’t read many graphic novels. In fact, the only one I’ve read (aside from Persepolis, which we’ll get to in a moment) is At A Crossroads by Kate T. Williamson. It’s a genre in which I find it difficult to choose a book that really grabs me, so I’m really not sure what made […]

Thoughts on “At A Crossroads” by Kate T. Williamson

Today I read my first graphic novel. Okay, actually, it was a graphic memoir. Graphic books have ever really appealed to me. First, they’re generally about things I’m not so interested in. Second, they’re not substantial enough for me to feel like I’ve accomplished something when I’m done. And finally, I feel like they’re cheating, […]