Jerusalem, Chronicles of the Holy City (Translated by Helge Dascher), is the result.
Delisle is well-travelled. He has lived in Pyongyang, North Korea, China and Burma before, his sojourns all chronicled in graphic novels. As an artist, he gazes at what is around him and transfer his impressions to paper in a deceptively simple, accessible drawing style.
He also has the ability to see with a beginner's mind, open to what he encounters without judgement. This second quality, for readers aware of the true situation in the Middle East, can be somewhat annoying--former Ecumenical Accompaniers (EAs) and activists for a just peace in the region know that there is little room for "objectivity" in such an unequal situation. That said, all I can add is, bear with him.
Read more about this review on the blog by Peter Fergus-Moore, Walking in Bethlehem