Comments for Sabine's Notebook
I was introduced to Nick Bantock's art and writing via the BookCrossing meetings I attend in Dublin. There I was the last in the group to read Griffin and Sabine, the first in a series of "correspondence" books involving elaborately decorated postcards and envelopes.
Sabine's Notebook is the second of the series. Whereas the first book was correspondence from two fixed locations, a tropical island and a flat in London, the second follows Griffin's travels around the world, first to escape Sabine and later to find her. The artwork on the postcards reflect his travels and to a lesser degree, his fears.
Here is my BookCrossing Review: