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Griffin & Sabine: An Extraordinary Correspondence

4 Ratings: 4.5
A book by Nick Bantock

This singular, magical volume invites readers to examine handmade postcards and open colorful envelopes as they eavesdrop on lonely London card-designer Griffin Moss and mysterious South Pacific islander Sabine Strohem. Sabine introduces herself to Griffin … see full wiki

Author: Nick Bantock
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Chronicle Books
4 reviews about Griffin & Sabine: An Extraordinary Correspondence
review by . November 29, 2010
Lovers love, and whatever distance or mystery is tossed between them, they still will love. In "Griffin & Sabine: An Extraordinary Correspondence" by Nick Bantock, we begin an intimate journey between two lovers destined to be enraptured in all that is dreamt of. They catapult the divide of geography and join mid-mail in a postal embrace, captured by Bantock in a sweet and phenomenal book.      Griffin is a postcard artist in England and Sabine is a stamp designer …
review by . September 15, 2008
This book is one where you must first suspend a little of your reality disbelief before you read it. It is a purported postal correspondence between two entities, the male Griffin and the female Sabine. The correspondence is initiated via a simple postcard to Griffin in England from Sabine in the South Pacific. The initial message puzzles Griffin, as Sabine knows things that no one should know and Griffin has no memory of her.    Sabine responds with a message that she has been watching …
review by . August 12, 2008
Sometimes it seems true that "there is no new thing under the sun," but once in a while something truly original comes our way. Griffin & Sabine. An Extraordinary Correspondence is one of those books that restores your faith in creativity.    Their souls are joined by a mysterious connection -- Sabine, a stamp designer raised on a South Pacific island and carrying on her father's exploration of the natural world; Griffin, a lonely London post card artist struggling to find relief …
review by . August 22, 2001
The true attraction of this book is that it is correspondence - letters to and from people who are at first wrapped in mystery, and whose characters develop over the length of the book. And don't we all love to read letters! Especially other people's - there is something mysterious and forbidden about it. The letters are beautifully written, and really engross you with their richness and detail.And it is a beautiful looking book too. The illustrations are wonderful - it is almost like a grown up …
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