Jerusalem: Chronicles From The Holy City (2012) is the latest graphic novel from Guy Delisle, a graphic novelist I have come to greatly appreciate. Delisle is partners with a doctor who participates in Doctors Without Borders, which has led him to live in places like Jerusalem and Rangoon, which he recounts in his graphic novels. Earlier his job as an animator led to stints living in Pyongyang, North Korea and Shenzhen, China which both also got graphic novel treatment. I find Delisle very engaging in his observations of the culture, the day to day life in foreign locals, as well as his interpretations of life there. Jerusalem cannot help but give an analysis of the Jewish settlements and the slow systematic eradication of the Palestine state within Israel where walls, checkpoints, and settlements have disrupted the lives of thousands of Palestinians. Interestingly enough, this has been covered in graphic novel form before by the impressive Joe Sacco. This book is Delisle's longest, most comprehensive graphic novel. Check this link from Slate for a sample of his work.