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Griffin & Sabine - 6 Volume Deluxe Boxed Set

4.7 of 5 stars 4.70  ·  rating details  ·  66 ratings  ·  11 reviews
The Griffin & Sabine saga has sold over 3 million copies worldwide, led to 12 international editions, and spent over 100 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list. Both longtime fans and new readers will be thrilled to see the series in an exquisite boxed edition. The entire six-volume Griffin & Sabine series is being presented together in a limited collector's ...more
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published December 3rd 2004 by Chronicle Books
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The books that first introduced me to the wonderful world of Nick Bantock.

Voyeuristic in nature, the reader slowly unravels an epistolary mystery by reading both the letters and postcards sent between Griffin and Sabine. The story deepens as each letter must be opened and removed from its envelope; transforming the act of reading from passive to active.

Heavily illustrated with incredibly dense multi-media collages, as well as gorgeous postcards and hand-written letters, all the books in the ser
May 27, 2015 Noemi rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who like beautiful things, and people who speak French.
I loved the first book, Griffin and Sabine, and sort of wish it had been left as a stand-alone. The next two books, Sabine's Notebook and The Golden Mean, rounded the series out as a pretty darn good trilogy. I really wish he had ended the series there. After The Golden Mean, the books get a bit tedious. The new characters introduced seem like a less interesting version of Griffin and Sabine. There is Good and there is Evil, and neither is very interesting. The two new Good people occasionally w ...more
May 22, 2008 Janelle rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: artists, people who still send letters and postcards, fans of The DaVinci Code, tactile learners
Recommended to Janelle by: Yankee Clipper Library used book sale
It seemed easier to add the boxed set, since I think that's the only way to read these. I discovered books 3 and 4 in the series at a used book sale and then I went back and read them all together. I think Griffin and Sabine is a stand-alone classic, and there are elements of the others I don't love, I actually didn't think the second trilogy was necessary, but as a concept (epistolatory storytelling) and a series I love it. These picture books for adults are a pleasure to read - I love the "han ...more
I am in love with this story. I have read the 6 books several times, and each time I find myself consumed with the romance and mystery of this fascinating tale. The art work is stunning and contributes to the plot. Definitely one of my favorites of all time.
Missy Sullivan
Amazing, beautiful artwork--very satisfying and fun to actually pull letters out of envelopes that are embedded in the book. Alas, the mysterious, metaphysical love story loses a lot of its magic (novelty) after the first two books.
MaryAnn Hopping
Sep 24, 2007 MaryAnn Hopping rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone
The most unique thing I have ever read. A combination of art, postcards, and a love story. Everyone should read this.
Jessi Knippel
this is my favorite series. the story, the writing, and the artwork are incredible.
What a beautiful love story told in postcards and pictures. Very unique.
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Love, we're gonna have to keep an eye in this one.
amazing. it's like you're spying on someone.
Great stories!
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Nick was schooled in England and has a BA in Fine Art (painting). He has authored 25 books, 11 of which have appeared on the best seller lists, including 3 books on the New York Times top ten at one time. ‘Griffin and Sabine’ stayed on that list for over two years. His works have been translated into 13 languages and over 5 million have been sold worldwide. Once named by the classic SF magazine We ...more
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Griffin and Sabine (Griffin & Sabine Trilogy #1) Sabine's Notebook (Griffin & Sabine Trilogy #2) The Golden Mean (Griffin & Sabine Trilogy #3) The Gryphon: In Which the Extraordinary Correspondence of Griffin & Sabine Is Rediscovered (Morning Star Trilogy, #1) The Griffin & Sabine Trilogy

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