This is a comics work that leverages all the strengths of the form to push the boundaries of intimacy within the medium. In You'll Never Know, Carol Tyler invites us into her home and into her heart and takes us on a guided tour of her family history that spans three generations and is grounded in the trauma that was the Second World War, as it was experienced by one one American who fought there, and the "collateral damage" that it subsequently brought home to his loved ones. There is a lot going on here on many levels, and Tyler's mastery of the form is what makes it possible. You'll want to take your time and savor every page of this deeply moving work that is simultaneously a formal tour de force. You'll Never Know is by turns self-effacing and stoic, and self-embracing and full of emotional resonoance. It is an achievement that embodies the best traditions of the American midwest, ingenuity and empathy not least among them.