Maus 2 Was great. This is a book I had to read for my English class. I had heard of it before and was really curious to see it it would live up to what I had heard. I've never read a book about the holocaust like this one. Even though it was strange to have animals instead of humans I got used to it very quickly and enjoyed it very much.
I liked how the story was told first hand, it made it seem real and it was nothing like any other story I've read. I thought it was a brilliant way of telling the story of Art Spiegleman's father and the story of many other Jewish people who lived in the concentration camps.
Over all I would recomend this book to people who are interested in the second world war and how people lived in concentration camps as that is what the story is mainly about.