MarchBook Two by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin & Nate Powell, 187 pages
is the second book in the March trilogy. This graphic rendition of the
Civil Rights movement is very powerful and I'm not sorry that I've spent the
time reading it but I can't say that it's been one of my favorite books.
I'm sure that the graphic format will entice people to read it who may
not otherwise read much information about this era in history and the story and
illustrations are well done. This just isn't my favorite format.
Many people will be much more moved because of the illustrations, which are
stark and designed to cause a rise of emotions. I think it's a great
piece of work that will have a serious impact on the world. I appreciate
it but didn't personally like it very much.