Upgrade to a better browser, please.

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books

The Morning Star:  In Which the Extraordinary Correspondence of Griffin & Sabine is Illuminated

Added By: Engelbrecht
Last Updated: Engelbrecht

The Morning Star: In Which the Extraordinary Correspondence of Griffin & Sabine is Illuminated

Purchase this book through Purchase this book from Purchase this book from
Author: Nick Bantock
Publisher: Chronicle Books, 2003
Series: Morning Star Trilogy: Book 3

1. The Gryphon
2. Alexandria
3. The Morning Star

Book Type: Novel
Genre: Fantasy
Sub-Genre Tags:
Avg Member Rating:
(1 reads / 1 ratings)


The stronger you grow the more I seem to want you. You say you believe I'll respond to your love and I will. But now I understand the self-doubts Griffin must have endured when he knew he was to meet with Sabine. He was troubled by the idea that he wouldn't be a match for her soul. You and I are so like them.

Love, Matthew

Plunged into an otherworldly maze, Matthew Sedon and Isabella de Reims are stretched to the limits of love, of certainty, and of their belief in the powerful guidance of Griffin and Sabine. Isabella is drawn into her predestined journey that forces her to explore a world beyond her imagination. In Alexandria, challenging his deepest fears, Matthew makes hi own compelling discoveries in the fertile fields of both archaeology and the human heart.

In this, the final chapter of the Griffin & Sabine stories, lies the fate of Matthew and Isabella--and their unexpected kinship with Griffin and Sabine. Author and artist Nick Bantock draws on myth, memory, and his limitless imagination to create a story that has resonated with readers the world over. In The Morning Star, the mystery that began with an enigmatic postcard from Sabine Strohem to Griffin Moss reaches its dramatic conclusion.


No excerpt currently exists for this novel.


There are currently no reviews for this novel. Be the first to submit one! You must be logged in to submit a review in the BookTrackr section above.


No alternate cover images currently exist for this novel.