I have not read many graphic novels, but I figure the point of a reading challenge is to read things I might not normally pick up, so last night I read March: Book 1 by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell. It is a quick read, and it left me looking for book 2. The text and the images work together to give the feeling of the times in a way that I think is very accessible to people in the 21st century, regardless of how much they know about John Lewis and the Civil Rights movement. Fantastic book.
And this is an interesting book to read electronically. It is well set up for Kindle, you can click though frame by frame or read a page at a time. But on my Kindle Paperwhite the images were too grey for me. On the iPad Kindle app, however, it was stunning. So a mixed review on electronics here.