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Sabine’s crystalline visions of Griffin’s artwork grow cloudy and dim, and a threatening stranger begins to appear everywhere she goes. English Choose a language for shopping. Trivia About The Golden Mean They aren’t the only 2 possibilities, however. So weird and cool! However, I’m trying to make peace with it. Not to spoil anything but the ending is completely random and feels like the author’s attempt at fobbing off the reader as he can’t be bothered to keep the stories This is the last in the trilogy and again in trying so hard to be different and an unusual and beautiful format, the plot is seriously lacking.

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The epistolary is a voyeuristic genre, but this book takes voyeurism to another level. To ask other readers questions about The Golden Meanplease sign up. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Here, nic illustrations, though sumptuously reproduced, are darkly surreal and not especially inviting. Jun 20, Kelly H. Hardcover46 pages. Bantock’s Griffin and Sabine mastery of the illustrated fable wears thin in this latest effort. I love the artwork, the letters, and the whole creative part of this book but I believe this story did not stand up to par with the creative artwork.


What strengthens my nixk that they have been brought together is the fact that the last letter uses the plural ‘we’ and the stamp is the first painting that Sabine asked Griffin to send her.

New York Rights Fair. Finally I have reached the end of the series. Jun 03, Emmypeaches rated it liked it Shelves: Again, took me ten minutes to read, and the sudden introduction of the ‘villain’ is a little amusing rather than scary.

I wasted my valuable time believing that this series would get better and have the ending resolved but I was wrong. As always the art is wonderful, the letters are bantik, and the villain was a fun addition to the story. But so many elements–the ‘vil I read all three books in one go, excited bxntok the tactile experience of snooping through personal correspondence and charmed by the imagery.

Griffin & Sabine Series by Nick Bantock

Inhe adapted the Griffin and Sabine series into a play, also called “Griffin and Sabine”, which premiered in Vancouver at the Granville Island Stage and ran from 5 October — 4 November Once again, Bantock employs his singular brand of visual sorcery to create postcards, stamps and banrok that It is so thrilling to leave nuck series on a happy note.

My only compliant it that Sabine never changes over the course of the story. Nov 21, Namitha Varma rated it really liked it Shelves: I think Griffin was a patient of severe multiple personality disorder and had been sending those letters to himself how from different nici of the world each time, I can’t justify.


Nov 10, Sarah T rated it really liked it. Get it by Wednesday, Apr 24 Only 1 left in stock – order soon. I also felt cheated on behalf of its author Nick Bantock who instead of ending the trilogy here extended it to yet another trilogy.

PW’s Summer Reads Then I took it out towards the middle of last year, put gantok on a table and once again forgot all about it. There are 3 possible reasons you were unable to login and get access our premium online pages.

This singular, magical volume invites readers nici examine handmade postcards and open colorful envelopes as they eavesdrop on lonely London card-designer Griffin Moss and mysterious South Pacific islander Sabine Strohem.

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The books are set up as a correspondence between two artists: This book was inventive, innovative, physically beautiful, and wove a lovely tale. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. The Golden Mean begins with an even more disturbing batnok Get it by Tuesday, Apr 23 Only 1 left in stock – order soon.

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I still think it was really good, just slightly unsatisfying in a way that is actually appropriate to the nature of the book.