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Griffin Sabine An Extraordinary Correspondence

review Griffin Sabine An Extraordinary Correspondence

Beloved by millions the world over Griffin Sabine redefines the art of the novel With its combination of lush illustration creative storytelling and the guilty pleasure of reading other people's correspondence Griffin Sabine is part r. I believe the illustrations alone are worth ten 10 stars However the story is a bit weird This is a story told through a series of correspondence A young woman on an island in the South Pacific starts by sending a postcard to a young man in London Based on the postcards and letters exchanged both are very talented artists Sabine sometime gets visions or dreams of the illustrations by Griffin as he works on them She writes him about things that no one should know except him They develop some type of romance through their communications The book actually shows the postcards and letters nineteen 19 The book even actually has envelopes with the letters enclosed The book is a great presentation Very well doneI really liked this book and plan to read the other books in this trilogy

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Omance part mystery and completely a work of art Each turn of the page contains a new card or letter to be unfolded from its envelope and is vibrant with wildly imaginative creatures landscapes and intrigue Destined to become a collec. 45I first read this book nearly 28 years ago I was then teaching English to high school seniors a challenging job but one I loved So many eighteen year olds are tough on the outside getting ready to fly the nest and finally live what they called “real life” meaning life where they no longer live with their parents at least ten months of the year But this book reminded me again and again that so many who seem on the outside so independent and ready to move on are tender and fragile on the inside I bought this book and it’s been on the shelf for all these years I might not have chosen to read it again save that I read S Penkevich’s insightful review today Thanks for that Sven The book is the first of a trilogy and it is simply beautiful Each page is a postal card or a letter which is folded into its own envelope The artwork is beautiful The story is of a young woman Sabine Strohem who lives in the midst of the South Pacific Islands and a young man Griffin Moss who lives in London For the last thirteen years she has been “seeing” all his artwork as he creates it even though the two have never been in the same place at the same time Both are artists he has his own postal card company and she paints the paintings for stamps for her small island nation Both are alone in their own ways and they exchange their stories As the book goes on their correspondence gets and intimate The book comes to an abrupt end when Griffin writes a postcard which we can see has not been addressed stamped or mailed Sabine replies anyway and invites him to the South Pacific major cliffhanger of an endingFor the right readers this book and the two that follow which I read but did not buy 28 years ago opens the door to the deep feelings of isolated young they are 28 artists The books are dreamy And if you come across the book by surprise as I did again today it is a special treat indeed Dahlia Black unfolded from its envelope and is vibrant with wildly imaginative creatures landscapes and intrigue Destined to become a collec. 45I first read this book nearly 28 years ago I was then teaching English to high school seniors a challenging job but one I loved So many eighteen year olds are tough on the outside getting ready to fly the nest and finally live what they called “real life” meaning life where they no longer live with their parents at least ten months of the year But this book reminded me again and again that so many who seem on the outside so independent and ready to move on are tender and fragile on the inside I bought this book and it’s been on the shelf for all these years I might not have chosen to read it again save that I read S Penkevich’s insightful review today Thanks for that Sven The book is the first of a trilogy and it is simply beautiful Each page is a postal card or a letter which is folded into its own envelope The artwork is beautiful The story is of a young woman Sabine Strohem who lives in the midst of the South Pacific Islands and a young man Griffin Moss who lives in London For the last thirteen years she has been “seeing” all his artwork as he creates it even though the two have never been in the same place at the same time Both are artists he has his own postal card company and she paints the paintings for stamps for her small island nation Both are alone in their own ways and they exchange their stories As the book goes on their correspondence gets and intimate The book comes to an abrupt end when Griffin writes a postcard which we can see has not been addressed stamped or mailed Sabine replies anyway and invites him to the South Pacific major cliffhanger of an endingFor the right readers this book and the two that follow which I read but did not buy 28 years ago opens the door to the deep feelings of isolated young they are 28 artists The books are dreamy And if you come across the book by surprise as I did again today it is a special treat indeed

Nick Bantock ¼ 6 read

Tor's volume this limited 25th anniversary edition contains new artwork an original postcard and specially created decorative stamps making this a book that is as rewarding to enjoy all over again or to discover for the very first tim. I've read this and all the other books for this series It's a uniue read Have you ever accidentally received someone else's mail and wondered what it might contain Or come across a diary and been tempted to read what secrets it heldThis book is a voyeuristic view of a relationship between two people or is it Opening the book you realize soon enough that you have stumbled upon someone's mail and you can't help but read it Each consecutive page brings and interest as well as uestions Some letters are on post cards others have envelopes that you have to open and pull the letter out unfold it and you contribute to the story by being the recipientIt's sort of like an adult pop up book Each page a new letter or post card and the relationship growsEach book in the series brings you closer to the hopes that these two people meet and you wonder what might transpireIt makes you want to go out and check your mailboxEnjoyed it

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