I wanted to love this book - I like memoirs in graphic format, it got tons of rave reviews and awards, and I'm very interested in learning more about the post-WWII history of Vietnam from the Vietnamese perspective. Unfortunately, I found the book disorganized - there was so much jumping around between characters and time periods, I had a lot of trouble figuring out whose story I was reading (author, sister, mother, father, grandparents on both sides) and when and where it was happening (Saigon? The North? Cambodia? The US?) that I'm left with some vivid images but not the understanding I was hoping for. I wish the author had maybe changed colors or something to indicate separate people, or time periods, or locations.