As you know, this month we read Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, a graphic memoir about her childhood in war-torn Iran. However, this month I'm going to try something a little different to see if we can get more participation in the comment section. Today I'm going to post a couple of questions to see what you all thought of the book and you can feel free to ask your own questions as well. Then tomorrow I'll post my review of the book. So, here goes:
What did you think of the book?
Were you surprised by the ending? Were you hoping for more?
If you saw the movie, how did it compare to the book?
What do you think of Satrapi's decision to write this book as a graphic novel?
How much did you know about the history of Iran before going into this book?
What did you think of the illustrations? Were they what you had expected?
Do you plan to read the sequels? Also, do you think you'll read other graphic novels?
What were your favorite parts of the book? What surprised you most?
Feel free to answer only a couple or all of these questions. The idea here is to get you thinking and talking about the book. I want to know what you thought and felt as you read this book. Also, please let me know if you've already reviewed this book so I can link to it in tomorrow's post.