Eyes on: Griffin & Sabine

Although my literary musings have been banished to my writing blog, in the spirit of this month’s theme, I thought break my own rule and showcase a lovely series called The Griffin & Sabine Trilogy by Nick Bantock.

When I received the first book as a gift, I was skeptical. However, once I opened it, I was transported to a place where the laws of logic don’t always exist and I’m just fine with it. These works cannot actually be called novels. Instead, they are a collection of postcards between two people who have never met (we think). Their story unfolds in a page turning and visually captivating way.

Gorgeous and intriguing, these books, while brief, are worth checking out just to admire the fantastic postcards. Definitely not one for the Kindle.




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