With three million copies in print, the Griffin & Sabine Trilogy has captivated readers worldwid with the saga of two unlikely lovers and the conspiratorial thrill of reading their private correspondence. It has been said that Nick Bantock's innovative fusion of lush illustration, creative storytelling, and pioneering paper technology created a new genre of fiction. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of this landmark publication, Chronicle Books and Nick Bantock have created this limited edition of Griffin & Sabine, available only while supplies last. It includes never-before-seen artwork, a special postcard, and a letter from Nick Bantock himself, all in a new binding. Whether reading it for the first time or the first time in ten years, the magic of Griffin & Sabine continues to weave its spell. A tribute to a legacy, Griffin & Sabine: Tenth Anniversary Limited Edition is destined to become a collector's item.
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Nick Bantock is the author of numerous illustrated novels, including Griffin & Sabine , Sabine's Notebook , The Golden Mean , The Gryphon , and Alexandria , which together spent 100 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list. Born in England, he now lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.From AudioFile:
For all who have seen these books of postcards and letters, the idea of an audiobook version seems absurd. Artist Griffin Moss is suddenly discovered by Sabine, a mysterious woman from a tiny island on the other side of the world. Here begins their "Extraordinary Correspondence." Marina Sirtis uses her unusual accent to bring out the exotic characteristics of Sabine. With every word, the mystery unravels to the very last thread. So can this tale of letters and pictures be recounted on tape? Most definitely. Disappear into this unbelievable tale, the beautiful tones of Marina Sirtis and the cautious words of Maxwell Caulfield as Griffin. M.B.K. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Buchbeschreibung Chronicle Books, 2001. Gebunden. 48 S. Kein Mängelexemplar. Gut erhaltenes Buch, Ecken/Kanten minimal bestossen 01122 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 395. Artikel-Nr. 12748