While we're on the subject of long-in-the-making sequels, now would be a good time to bring Miriam Katin's follow up memoir. Her previous work, We Are On Our Own was a memoir of her childhood escape from the Nazis during World War II. This time around we find Katin struggling to come to terms with her son's decision to move to Berlin, the former center of the Nazi menace and so origin of the trauma at the center of her life, and, needless to say, the lives – and, of course, deaths – of so many others. Travel with Katin in the vehicle of her expressive, pencil-drawn comics – this time around in full color – as she twice travels from her home in New York to Berlin, first to visit her son and the to attend a museum opening for a show that features her own artwork. Get a head start with this PDF preview.