Gryphon Hc (Morning Star Trilogy #1)
Griffin & Sabine, Sabine's Notebook, and The Golden Mean have sold over 3 million copies worldwide, and spent over 100 weeks on The New York Times best-seller list. At long last, Nick Bantock brings us a new volume in the Griffin and Sabine story. The Gryphon is a tale rich in the artistry, mystery, and surprise that make the original saga so beloved. Although readers...more
The Morning Star Trilogy is the second trilogy of books regarding Griffin and Sabine. But this time, Griffin and Sabine are in the background, guiding another pair of lovers together in an effort to stop Frolatti from some horrible plot. In the forefront of this story are Matthew Sedon, a young archaeologist in Alexandria with a connection to Sabine (she helped deliver him) and Isabella de...more
For this is not only one story. Rather, these are stories within stories. And if one were to think of it, so is life. Stories within stories with no real sense of an end. There is a reason for that also - an ending is merely our perception of where things stand. H...more
That being said, The Gryphon is one of the better ones because it pulls shines it spotlight on a few more characters, namely archeologist Matthew Sedon and student Isabella De Reims. The original epistolary lovers have zeroed in on the long distance relationship which bears an uncanny resemblance to their o...more
Before I read The Gryphon, I went back and reread Griffin and Sabine, the first in the series. I was amazed to see how simplistic the original illustrations are in comparison to those in The Gryphon. These postcards a...more
That said, I still liked it, and of course will continue to read the last two books. :)
Now, I've read this and really have no idea what to think? I mean, now we read about 'dark angels, shadow-seeing' and what not?
I hope the last two books give some kind of explanation.. Even though I'm not really counting on it..
P.S. If you have read the Griffin & Sabine trilogy, and ONLY if you have read it, YOU HAVE TO READ THIS! The book's artwork is just as good as the first series, too.
Waste of time.
I love them, and everything about them. If you have experienced them, then you know, and if you haven't, maybe you should.