Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

I think this is the first graphic novel I've ever read, and it's definitely worth reading. The author tells about her life as the daughter of freethinking parents in Iran during and after the Islamic Revolution. It's a very quick read and even though it's told from a child's perspective, there's plenty to think about.

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