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The Bind charts the rise and fall of Egret Bindings once the most prestigious firm of bookbinders in LondonIn 1910 brothers Guy and Victor Egret take on an ambitious commission a deluxe. The Bind is a story you read and next day you forget It was ok it offers an entertaining read for an hour and that s it I won t be suprised to see it made into a movie though it has this socialgeneric feeling that makes for an adaptation The art is a bit aery and it flows nicely

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RetA darkly humorous tale of sibling rivalry and creative one upmanship The Bind shows once again that William Goldsmith is an incomparable storyteller and a marvellously inventive arti. 35 starsThe artwork was the best partview spoilerI wish the ghost had had of a part but he disappeared a part of the way through hide spoiler

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Jewelled binding of a collection of poems A Moonless Land It proves to be a moment of hubris The work triggers their ruin watched by the disapproving spirit of their father Garrison Eg. This is a hilarious fun wee tale beautifully drawn and full of character


10 thoughts on “The Bind

  1. says:

    A Nostalgia for CraftWilliam Goldsmith’s The Bind is a beautifully bound and packaged graphic novel about a family bookbinding business Egret Bindings It’s a carefully crafted book about careful craftsmanship Also it’s a tale of a century ago about the rise and fall of this business narrated in part by the ghost of the original owner a man who had Standards and is desperate even having crossed over to th

  2. says:

    The Bind is a story you read and next day you forget It was ok it offers an entertaining read for an hour and that's it I won't be suprised to see it made into a movie though it has this socialgeneric feeling that makes for an adaptation The

  3. says:

    The book covers the challenges and craft of bookbinding through a family’s bookbinding business from over a century or so agoMy top

  4. says:

    This is a hilarious fun wee tale beautifully drawn and full of character

  5. says:

    The focus on a bookbinding company and some of the details of the bookbinding process were interesting However the story was a bit shallow for all the twists and the painted art was sort of charming but a bit drab with all the browns and greys All in all felt like not enough substance for the size of the book Nice fold out though

  6. says:

    3 35ish ¯ツ¯A really beautiful book that's just lacking in some substance It was so short and such a fast read that it was hard to get a feel for the characters and their relationships on than just a superficial level

  7. says:

    35 starsThe artwork was the best partview spoilerI wish the ghost had had of a part but he disappeared a part of the way through hide spoiler

  8. says:

    A three star story with an extra star simply for the exuisite presentation of the book itself

  9. says:

    Beautifully illustrated super light and uick story you kinda gotta know the basics of binding a book because it’s not entirely ex

  10. says:

    I'd read this again just for the gorgeous end papers And maybe just for the end papers The story was kinda eh