This passionately written and illustrated graphic novel from writer-artist Pascal Croci tells the tale of a husband and wife who survived—but lost their daughter to—the horrors of the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II. Meticulously researched, this work of fiction explores the despair that literally millions of Jews faced on a daily basis during their imprisonments and strives to educate a generation that may have heard very little about the Holocaust of the Nazi era. Croci’s book is a touching tribute to both those who lost their lives during this horrific time, as well as those who managed to survive it. No reader will be able to put down this compelling piece of work.
— Thomas Moudry
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|Hardcover; Translated from French; B&W; ca. 2003||Pascal Croci||Pascal Croci