I truly admire the way Bantock combines art and text in his books - it is a gift.
This is truly a fantastic new addition to the series and one that everyone who has ever had a relationship needs to read.
I really love this book, but am just cringing at having to wait another year to find out what happens next!
Was a present, they thought it was ok, I thought it was a bit lame. Who knows, you may like it.Published 3 months ago by Jake Oz
It was almost like it was being forced due to the success of the first three. I am glad I read them but not excited that I purchased them. I passed them on.Published 14 months ago by Tamara Arment
Finally, a new volume in the Griffin and Sabine story. As usual, another Bantock book filled with beautiful illustrations and wonderful story.Published 21 months ago by M. De Silva
Thank you Nick Bantock for this installment of the Griffin & Sabine story. And thanks also to amazon.com for bringing it to my attention! Read morePublished 22 months ago by AZ Foodie
This is the first book in the 2nd Griffin and Sabine trilogy. We meet Matthew, to whom Sabine wrote a postcard to in the last book (The Golden Mean). Read morePublished on June 3, 2010 by Michelle Boytim
"The Gryphon" is an extraordinary read. The collection "Griffin and Sabine" is one to be cherished and valued for a long, long, long time. Read morePublished on November 8, 2009 by BlueVelvette
There's a lot to like here. This book opens a series that is sequel to Griffin and Sabine, one of the most imaginative sets I've ever seen. Read morePublished on February 21, 2004 by wiredweird
Once again, as he did in his Griffin and Sabine trilogy, Nick Bantock combines, in a most clever manner, both mystical thoughts and ideas using letters and postcards in his newest... Read morePublished on February 12, 2002 by Nancy R. Katz
I am happy to add this to my Griffin and Sabine collection, although the storyline isn't as strong as the first trilogy. The ending was way too abrupt. Read morePublished on January 18, 2002 by Wendy Rae Leaumont