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The Golden Mean: In Which the Extraordinary Correspondence of Griffin and Sabine Concludes download epub

by Nick Bantock


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As Griffin wonders whether he and his elusive soul mate occupy "parallel universes," Sabine worries that her telepathic connection to him grows "murky. Desperate to resolve their situation, they seek neutral ground on which to meet. Meanwhile, other questions arise about the nature of their bond. Griffin mentions the death of a woman he loved and receives two threatening postcards from a scientist investigating the "liaison.

Story told in postcards and letters which must be removed from their envelopes to be read. The Griffin & Sabine and continued in Sabine's Notebook concludes as the mystery of the two artists deepens and the content of each letter or postcard ultimately reveals the secrets behind their spirited, imaginative union.

The Griffin and Sabine Saga is a series of bestselling epistolary novels written by Nick Bantock. The first three novels in the series, Griffin and Sabine, Sabine's Notebook and The Golden Mean, form the original Griffin and Sabine Trilogy and were first published in 1991, 1992 and 1993 respectively. Each story is told through a series of letters and postcards between the two main characters, Griffin Moss and Sabine Strohem.

Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Nick Bantock is the author of numerous illustrated novels, including Griffin & Sabine, Sabine's Notebook, The Golden Mean, The Gryphon, and Alexandria, which together spent 100 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list. Born in England, he now lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

NICK Bantock's The Golden Mean (Griffin & Sabine trilogy continues where Sabine's Notebook left off. The book is in the form of correspondence between two lovers Sabine and Griffin. It contains 15 ted postcards and four letters that are tucked inside envelopes. Griffin's postcard to Sabine, telling her about the storybook he is writing for children.

Nick Bantock speaks about the release of the Griffin & Sabine Interactive Trilogy - Продолжительность: 1:07 Lange & Webb Music .

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Nick Bantock (born 14 July 1949) is a British artist and author based in Saltspring Island, British Columbia, known for his series, The Griffin and Sabine Trilogy. His books are published by Raincoast Books in Canada and Chronicle Books in the United States, and are known for their elaborate designs featuring faux postage stamps, handwritten documents, passports, postcards and other ephemera.

The Golden Mean" is the best of the three books, in my humble opinion. Watching the correspondence of Griffin and Sabine unfold in these wonderful books is like watching a private moment unfold from the window

The Golden Mean" is the best of the three books, in my humble opinion. The ending is satisfying and still somehow mysterious. Watching the correspondence of Griffin and Sabine unfold in these wonderful books is like watching a private moment unfold from the window. As you peak in at these two wonderfully real characters you not only can't wait to turn each page to see what is said but what is drawn. The style of these books was so well done they deserve the highest recognition.

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The Correspondence Concludes. The correspondence of Griffin and Sabine is inspired by William Butler Yeats’ The Second Coming. In The Golden Mean, the final chapter of the Griffin and Sabine trilogy, Griffin and Sabine continue to write despite eluding each other twice in a row. The postcards in this book are less dark than those in the first two. However, the plot becomes even more complicated as Sabine’s crystalline visions of Griffin’s artwork grow cloudy and dim, and a threatening stranger begins to appear everywhere she goes, showing signs of interest in her correspondence with Griffin. Because I am such a nerd, I came up with this: The second coming.

1993, hardcover edition (Note: this is book 3 in the Griffin & Sabine trilogy), Chronicle Books, San Francisco, CA. Gorgeous title, illustrated endpapers. The author is a creator of pop-up books. Here is a title with decorated envelopes, illustrated letters, postcards, and very creative artwork. "Impossible to stop until the book's end."

Comments: (7)

Tam
confused by the ending - even though I wasn't expecting a tidy little ending, the ending left me confused and disappointed.
without giving anything away, don't remember how the ending fits with previous details of the book. Guess I need more of a "show me" or "explain it to me" or give me all the details.
Skrimpak
Got this as a gift. My daughter loves this series!
Quamar
This is the only one that I have read and it is terribly intriguing.
Wanenai
This was the last in a three part book of postcards between Sabine and Griffin.
The art in the book is fabulous and it is a short read. One day. Can't put the book down.
Some of the most impressive things are the actual envelopes with letters inserted that you must remove to read to continue with the book. At the end of this book however, everything I thought was happening was not confirmed and left me a bit concerned or confused. It had no clear ending.

I loved these 3 books!!
Sandie
Kadar
Creative, interesting, with cool art work and fresh presentation. A love story for a set who aren't necessarily into love stories. I love to give these as gifts to artist friends.
Wetiwavas
I love this series! I bought this as a gift. The story is meant to be shared.
Zulkishicage
This book was listed as "new" condition. It arrived with a cut in the front cover and pages that were stuck together. When I tried to carefully pull the pages apart, the pages tore. I received a prompt refund, but am frustrated that the book was listed as new. The book was intended as a gift and I had to scramble to find a replacement.
Love this series.
The Golden Mean: In Which the Extraordinary Correspondence of Griffin and Sabine Concludes download epub
Graphic Novels
Author: Nick Bantock
ISBN: 1895714036
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
Language: English
Publisher: Chronicle; First Edition edition (1993)