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Griffin and Sabine by Nick Bantock
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Aug 16, 08

it was amazing
Recommended to Dave by: Sarah Beaudoin
Read in August, 2008

Griffin and Sabine is a very non-traditional book. An experiment in artificial "found" literature, the book follows the correspondence of two random people separated by miles and culture who are tied together by an inexplicable link. This book is a window into that connection and their discovery of one another.

Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the book is it's presentation. While it is a printed book, as much of the "correspondence" is maintained. The letters are contained within envelopes and have to be removed to be read. Each item is lovingly crafted and offers as much insight into the differences in the characters as the written word contained within.

While there isn't a definite end to the book, and more questions are asked than answered, it is definitely worth a read if you can find a copy of it.
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