The Golden Mean
Sabine -- I was sure I understood. Yet you were not here when I returned and there was no sign that you ever had been here.... Today comes your card saying you were in this house for three days after my return. I am bewildered. I need you badly. -- GriffinIn this final volume of the phenomenal,... show more
Sabine -- I was sure I understood. Yet you were not here when I returned and there was no sign that you ever had been here.... Today comes your card saying you were in this house for three days after my return. I am bewildered. I need you badly. -- GriffinIn this final volume of the phenomenal, best-selling trilogy begun with Griffin & Sabine and continued in Sabine's Notebook, the mystery of the two artists deepens, their questions grow more urgent. New obstacles (including a sinister intruder) test the tenacity of their passion, and in each letter or postcard, painting and prose are even more richly intertwined. Destined to be the most sought after novel of the year, The Golden Mean builds toward a powerful conclusion that will satisfy the millions of readers already entranced by the spirited, imaginative, enigmatic union of Griffin and Sabine.With over 50 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list and one million copies in print, the first two volumes of this unique trilogy have captured the imagination of readers and reviewers across the country.
Publish date: September 1st 1993
Publisher: Raincoast Books
Pages no: 46
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Magical Realism
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
Series: Griffin & Sabine Trilogy (#3)
I'm reviewing these two together because I read them totally out of order. leaving me with little idea of story quality. I'd read Griffin and Sabine years ago and loved it - the artwork, the interactivity of it, and the way it ended mysteriously. A couple of years ago I acquired these two books at...
Weak ending but otherwise as good as the first two. Love the artwork and the premise is very clever.
Very cool book.. But mostly for the art and the way you read it through letters and postcards. The way that you take the letters out of real envelopes? Well, thats just pure genius! Loved it!
Ooooh! Cue the Twilight Zone theme. And check your letter box... :-DThis one has the best artwork of the trilogy.