Slow going, not a beach read, but the shadowy landscapes and historical background are astonishing. It´s a nice balance of mundane daily life with a select few war stories from individual Bosnians. You´re left with the sense that war stories or the war were Joe Sacco´s main connection to the people of that enclave by the end, unfortunately.
Finally, it´s laudable to side with the victims. It´s only hints which Noam Chomsky drops against the bombing of the Serbs, in Chomsky´s book "9-11", which make me wonder how many centuries the "real" story would be and if anyone can be trusted to tell it.